High School: A 2010 graduate of Basha High School (Chandler, Ariz.)… lettered twice in track & field… earned the team’s Most Improved Award… set the city meet record in the pole vault at 15-07.00 in 2010.
Personal: Majoring in kinesiology… parents are Ray Howe and Shonnie Fischer… has two brothers: Alex and Gage… born August 18, 1992, in Salt Lake City… hobbies include building cabins, long boarding and playing baseball… full name is Brody Ray Howe.
Personal Bests • Pole Vault: 15-07.00
INDIANAPOLIS – USA Track & Field, the U.S. Olympic Committee and the TrackTown12 Local Organizing Committee on Wednesday announced the release of the competition schedule for the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Track and Field that will take place June 21 to July 1. On Friday, June 22, the first full day of action kicks off at the University of Oregon’s Historic Hayward Field with Ashton Eaton, Trey Hardee and Bryan Clay in the men’s decathlon. Two rest days – June 26 and June 27 – are sandwiched in between the two four-day periods of track and field competition. Special community events, including an all-comers meet hosted by the Oregon Track Club, will give fans a chance to compete at Hayward Field’s hallowed grounds on the non-competition daysThe final in the men’s pole vault and the men’s and women’s 5,000 meters will bring fans back to their seats on Thursday, June 28.
Day 1 – Friday June 22, 2012 Pole Vault Women Qualifying
Day 2 – Saturday June 23, 2012 Pole Vault Men Decathlon
Day 3 – Sunday June 24, 2012 Pole Vault Women Final
Day 4 – Monday June 25, 2012 Pole Vault Men Qualifying
Day 7 – Thursday June 28, 2012 Pole Vault Men Final
read more http://www.usatf.org/News/Competition-schedule-released-for-2012-U-S–Olympi.aspx
Brazil–Pole vaulter Fabiana Murer and swimmer Cesar Cielo will highlight Brazil’s delegation at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara. The world champions will be some of the biggest stars in a Brazilian delegation traveling to Mexico with the focus on securing as many spots as possible in the 2012 Olympics in London. With nearly 500 athletes, it will be Brazil’s biggest delegation to participate in a Pan Ams outside of Brazil, behind only the team at the 2007 Games in Rio de Janeiro.