ALDRICH BAILEY JR.
Aldrich Bailey Jr. is an American sprinter and University of Texas record holder. The Longhorn alum set the school record for the 4x100m relay at the NCAA Championships his senior season. He earned a number of honors in Austin, including numerous All-American and All-Big 12 Conference nods. Bailey set the 400m American high school record in 2012, breaking a mark that had stood for nearly two decades.
- U.S. High School 400m record holder.
- University of Texas 4x100m record holder.
- Two-time first-team All-American 4x100m relay outdoor.
- Two-time first-team All-American 4x400m relay indoor.
- Second-team All-American 400m, 200m and indoor 400m.
- Two-time Big 12 Champion 4x100m relay.
- 2016 Big 12 Champion 200m outdoor.
- High point scorer at 2016 Big 12 Championships.
THE ICON DIFFERENCE
I chose Icon Management because Kim pledged herself to work for me like no other agent has presented themselves. Not even an hour after I signed, Kim asked me if I wanted to head to the airport to go and compete in San Francisco. I’ll never forget it. She warned me the moment I signed that contract that I should be prepared for how fast she moves and I’m still trying to catch up today! I’m glad to be part of the Icon Management team and I am looking forward to doing great things with this team.