(WNFL) - Brookfield native Kenny Harrison has been inducted into the National Track-and-Field Hall of Fame. He won Olympic gold in the triple jump in 1996 in Atlanta, with a record jump of 59-feet four-inches against a headwind of four-tenths mile an hour. It remains the U-S and Olympic record, and Harrison says it's the only record ever to be broken against the wind. Today, Harrison is the C-E-O and lead trainer at Signature Athletics in San Francisco. One of his clients is Packers' quarterback Aaron Rodgers, whom Harrison calls "the nicest person on earth."
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