Steve McGill has been coaching hurdlers for his entire adult life, since 1994. Located in Raleigh, NC for most of those years, McGill has coached some of the best hurdlers to ever come out of the state, including current 100m hurdles world record holder Keni Harrison. He also coached Johnny Dutch and Wayne Davis II, both of whom went on to win NCAA championships – Dutch in the 400 hurdles and Davis in the 110 hurdles – and both of whom have gone on to compete very successfully at the international level. McGill also coached Booker Nunley, who, like Dutch and Davis, was the top-ranked male 110 hurdler in his senior year of high school. Throughout his career, McGill has coached at the youth level, the high school level, and privately for athletes of all ages, including post-collegians and masters hurdlers. One of the professional athletes he has coached – Hector Cotto – will be joining him in conducting the Team Steve Speed & Hurdle Camp. More recently, McGill has coached two national champions in the 13-14 age group in consecutive years. In 2017, Alex Nunley won the boys 100m hurdles at USATF Junior Olympic Nationals in a record time, and another of McGill’s athletes, Matt Garrett, finished second in that race. This past July, at the 2018 Junior Olympic nationals, Falon Spearman won the 13-14 girls 100m hurdles in 13.97. All told, four of McGill’s hurdlers qualified for nationals this past year, and three made it to the finals.