- 2016 Jamaican Olympian
- Jamaican National Champion
- NCAA Indoor Champion
- Four-time All-American
- Two-time SEC Champion
The Arkansas Invitational (1/13) was the first meet for Pullen in 2017 where he posted a mark of 16.66m/ 54-8, long enough to win the event by nearly a full meter … Continued his impressive season with a massive, world leading, mark and personal best of 17.19m/ 56-4 ¾. The jump at the Tyson Invitational (2/10) bested all of his previous marks by over a foot.
Olympian, Jamaican National Champion, NCAA Indoor Champion, First Team All-American … Opened the 2016 indoor season with a career best mark of 16.04m/52-7 1/2 at the Razorback Invitational (1/29) to win the event … Improved his PR by over a foot at the Tyson Invitational (2/12) to finish in the top five with 16.54m/54-3 1/4 … Kicked off post season as one of three Razorbacks to win their event at the SEC Indoor Championships (2/26) with yet another PR in the Triple jump of 16.55m/54-3 3/4 … Qualified for the NCAA Indoor Championships (3/11) … Scored 10 points towards Arkansas’s national runner-up finish as the NCAA champion in the triple jump with an improved mark of 16.64m/54-7 1/4 … Went on to reprise his role as conference champion … Capped the collegiate season earning outdoor honorable mention accolades for his 23rd place finish at the national meet … Continued his season at the Jamaican Senior National Championships, marking a new best of 16.90m/55-5 1/2 to win the triple jump and earn a spot on the Olympian team … Placed 33rd overall in Rio with a best mark of 16.08/52-9 1/4 in Brazil.
Two-time All-American (triple jump) … Placed fourth at the Tyson Invitational with a season PR of 15.99m/52-5.5 … Finished seventh in the triple jump at the SEC Indoor Championships … Capped indoor season with a 10th place finish at nationals … Scored five points the SEC Outdoor Championships with a fourth-place finish in the triple jump … Earned first team All-America honors placing seventh the NCAA Outdoor Championships with a jump of 16.27(w)/53-4.5 … Finished sixth in the triple jump at the Jamaican National Championships.
Second Team All-American (triple jump) … Jumped a personal best of 16.01m/52-6.5 at the New Mexico Classic to finish third … PR’d in the long jump at the Tyson Invitational with a distance of 7.20m/23-7.5 … Placed sixth in the triple jump at his first SEC Indoor Championships … Finished ninth at the NCAA Indoor Championships in the triple jump … Placed fifth in the triple jump at the Drake Relays … Finished eighth in the triple jump at the SEC Outdoor Championships.
Accumulated seven gold medals in the high jump, long jump and triple jump at Kingston College High School in Kingston, Jamaica … Earned two silver medals in the hurdles and long jump … Holds the triple jump and championship record of 100 points, the first athlete to reach that milestone … Competed in the Carifta and CAG Game, earning seven medals.
Born on October 18, 1994 … Son of Clive and Jannett Pullen … Has one older sister, Danielle … Majoring in computer engineering.