Jared Ware
Jared Ware
Title: Sprints / Hurdles Coach

Coach Ware attended Cimarron-Memorial High School in Las Vegas, where he broke the school record in the 100-meter, 200 meter, and 400 meter sprint events. In 2004 he took 1st place in the 200 meter at the Nevada State Championships and 1st place in the 100-meter and 200 meter at the West Coast Regional Junior Olympics in 2004.

After graduating high school, he attended Riverside City College in 2005. He took first place at the Junior College State Championships in the 100-meter and was named All-State, All-Conference, and All-American Sprinter as a freshman. He later transferred to Long Beach City College his sophomore year in 2007 taking third place at the Junior College State Championship in the 200 meter. He was 5th in the nation in the 200-meter throughout the Junior Colleges, and named the All-American Sprinter. Jared was offered a scholarship to Cal State Northridge but decided to run professionally.

In 2008, his first year running professionally, Ware qualified for the Indoor National Championship in the 60 meter dash, and the 2008 Olympic Trials for the 200 meter. Just before the 2008 Olympic Trials, Jared fell ill and was forced to place his dreams on hold. During his time off, he coached the Rockets Youth Track Club (RYTC) teaching speed conditioning, speed enhancement, technique on the basics of sprint mechanics, blocks, and acceleration. Ware also worked as a volunteer with RCC's women's track team for sprint events, and personally trained athletes to the Junior Olympics.

After four years of being inactive, Jared returned to the track in 2012. In 2013 he qualified for the Outdoor National Championships in the 200-meter, and in 2014 qualified for the Indoor National Championships in the 60-meter dash. Jared also dropped his personal best in 2014 in the 100-meter at 10.19 seconds qualifying him to the Outdoor National Championships. Jared began training for the 2016 Olympics, but a leg injury cut his training short. He soon retired from the track and took up coaching full time.

Jared began the JayFaze program focusing on sports conditioning and speed enhancement. He is currently working on a degree in Physical Education and now holds a Level 1 Coaching Certification with USA Track and Field.