Former Frog Khadevis Robinson honored
Jan. 14, 2008
FORT WORTH, Texas - Former TCU star Khadevis Robinson has recently been selected as a Ken Doherty Memorial Fellowship recipient.
The fellowship is given annually by USA Track and Field to provide researchers with the time and resources to pursue the serious study of track and field.
Robinson along with fellow recipient Anne Merrem will collaborate on a project titled, "Performance Enhancing Drugs and the Clean Athlete."
While at TCU, Robinson, who competed in the 2004 Olympics, won the 1998 NCAA Outdoor 800 meters to cap his college career. He is also a four-time U.S. outdoor national champion in the 800.
The Doherty Fellowship is named after former decathlon champion Ken Doherty. Overall, the fellowship includes workspace at the LA84 Foundation Sports Library, reference assistance, access to commercial databases and the Internet, and full use of the National Track & Field Research Collection and related library collections.