FACTOR EXCLUSIVE: CARL LEWIS WILL ANNOUNCE NEW POSITION AT U OF H!

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The Factor has learned from reliable sources that sports superstar Carl Lewis will announce a new position Tuesday.

We’ve learned that position is the new sprint coach at the University of Houston for their track and field division.

It was a year ago when the Factor first reported the Olympic gold medalist was moving his family back to Houston.

The announcement will come in a press conference Tuesday so stand by.

More about Carl Lewis:

(Wikipedia) Frederick Carlton “Carl” Lewis (born July 1, 1961) is an American former track and field athlete and United Nations Goodwill Ambassador, who won 10 Olympic medals, including nine gold, and 10 World Championships medals, including eight gold. His career spanned from 1979 when he first achieved a world ranking to 1996 when he last won an Olympic title and subsequently retired. Lewis became an actor and has appeared in a number of films.[2][3] Lewis is a vegan and attributes his best performances in 1991 to his switching to a vegan diet.[4]

Lewis was a dominant sprinter and long jumper who topped the world rankings in the 100 m, 200 m and long jump events frequently from 1981 to the early 1990s, was named Athlete of the Year by Track & Field News in 1982, 1983, and 1984, and set world records in the 100 m, 4 × 100 m and 4 × 200 m relays. His world record in the indoor long jump has stood since 1984 and his 65 consecutive victories in the long jump achieved over a span of 10 years is one of the sport’s longest undefeated streaks. Over the course of his athletics career, Lewis broke ten seconds for the 100 metres 15 times and 20 seconds for the 200 metres 10 times.

His accomplishments have led to numerous accolades, including being voted “Sportsman of the Century” by the International Olympic Committee and being named “Olympian of the Century” by the American sports magazine Sports Illustrated. He also helped transform track and field from its nominal amateur status to its current professional status, enabling athletes to have more lucrative and longer-lasting careers. In 2011 he attempted to run for a seat as a Democrat in the New Jersey Senate, but was removed from the ballot due to the state’s residency requirement.[5] Lewis owns a marketing and branding company named C.L.E.G., which markets and brands products and services including his own.