Not A Typical Volunteer

April 21, 2006

IOWA CITY, IA – “Volunteer assistant coaches are usually program outsiders looking to be seen and not necessarily heard – clipboard-carrying analysts from afar,” wrote Michael Schmidt in an article that appeared in the April 20, 2006 edition of The Daily Iowan.

“But Joey Woody – a 32-year-old Iowa City native, a former NCAA 400-meter hurdles champion, and World Championships silver medalist – is not your typical command-barking helper.

“His collegiate career ended 10 years ago, but he never stopped competing at an elite level.”

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