|Full name||Ameer Kenneth Webb|
|Born||March 19, 1991|
Carson, California, U.S.
|Alma mater||Texas A&M University|
|Height||5 ft 11 in (181 cm)|
|Weight||181 lb (82 kg)|
|Sport||Track and field|
|Coached by||Stuart McMillan|
|Achievements and titles|
|Personal best(s)||100 m – 9.94 (2016)|
200 m – 19.85 (2016)
400 m – 47.72 (2015)
Ameer Kenneth Webb (born 19 March 1991) is an American sprinter specializing in the 100 m and 200 m.
At Texas A&M Webb was the 200 meter champion at the 2013 NCAA Men's Division I Indoor Track and Field Championships and the 2013 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Prior to Texas A&M he ran for Cerritos College, where he was the 2011 CCCAA State Champion in both the 100 meters and 200 meters. He had run for Tustin High School, finishing fifth in the 200 meters at the 2009 CIF California State Meet behind Randall Carroll's sweep of both sprinting events. Webb was a dual-sport student-athlete (track & field and football) at Tustin High for all 3 and 1/2 years he attended there. He attended a small charter school during his first semester of his junior year. The charter school had no sports program. He returned to Tustin for his second semester of his junior year. As a senior, he started both ways and helped lead the football team to its first CIF championship title game in a decade. They eventually fell to a Ronnie Hillman-led La Habra football team.
He competed at the 2014 IAAF World Relays in the finals, but due to his involvement in an exchange infraction the team was disqualified.
Webb won the 200 meters at the 2016 Qatar Athletic Super Grand Prix with a meet record of 19.85 (+1.9 m/s). That time ranks him tied with John Capel, Konstadinos Kederis and Nickel Ashmeade as the number 25 performer in history. He competed at the 2016 Olympics., reaching the semi-finals. On 25 June 2017, Webb won the 200 meters at the 2017 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships with a time of 20.09 seconds, thus qualifying for the 2017 World Championships in Athletics.
Information from IAAF profile or Track & Field Results Reporting System unless otherwise noted.
|100 m||9.94||+1.0||Rome, Italy||2 June 2016|
|9.90 w||+2.4||Norwalk, California, U.S.||16 April 2016||Wind-assisted|
|200 m||19.85||+1.9||Doha, Qatar||6 May 2016|
|200 m indoor||20.37||n/a||Fayetteville, Arkansas, U.S.||8 March 2013||Indoor WL |
|4×100 m relay||38.41||n/a||Monaco||21 July 2017|
|4×200 m relay||1:19.88||n/a||Nassau, Bahamas||23 April 2017|
|Representing the United States|
|2014||World Relays||DQ||4×200 m relay||—||n/a||Nassau, Bahamas||Passing outside zone |
|2015||NACAC Championships||4th (semi 3)||200 m||20.91||+0.8||San José, Costa Rica|
|2016||Olympic Games||6th (semi 2)||200 m||20.43||−0.3||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|2017||World Relays||2nd||4×200 m relay||1:19.88||n/a||Nassau, Bahamas||PB|
|World Championships||5th||200 m||20.26||−0.1||London, England|
|2018||Athletics World Cup[note 1]||3rd||200 m||20.51||−1.1||London, England|
|Representing the Texas A&M Aggies|
|2012||NCAA Division I Indoor Championships||17th||60 m||6.67||n/a||Nampa, Idaho|
|NCAA Division I Championships||2nd||200 m||20.65||−4.2||Des Moines, Iowa|
|4th||4×100 m relay||39.08||n/a|
|2013||NCAA Division I Indoor Championships||1st||200 m||20.42||n/a||Fayetteville, Arkansas|
|NCAA Division I Championships||6th||100 m||10.14 w||+3.2||Eugene, Oregon||Wind-assisted|
|1st||200 m||20.10 w||+2.6||Wind-assisted|
|2013||U.S. Championships||4th||200 m||20.20||+1.6||Des Moines, Iowa||PB |
|2014||U.S. Championships||14th||200 m||20.74 w||+2.1||Sacramento, California||Wind-assisted |
|2015||U.S. Championships||23rd||100 m||10.15||+1.3||Eugene, Oregon||SB |
|2016||U.S. Olympic Trials||3rd||200 m||20.00||+1.6||Eugene, Oregon|||
|2017||U.S. Championships||1st||200 m||20.09||−2.3||Sacramento, California||SB |
|2018||U.S. Championships||1st||200 m||20.47||−1.9||Des Moines, Iowa|||
|2019||U.S. Championships||7th||100 m||10.23||−1.0||Des Moines, Iowa|