From 1996 - 2006 Tim Graf is the Masters Track All-American in the 100M, 200M and 400M dashes. In 2004 Tim was the Masters National runner-up in the 100M & 200M dashes. In 2012, Tim took 3rd in the Masters National 60M dash and took 1st place in the 4X200M relay.
Tim started Graf Speed Enhancement in 1988 and was the first speed and agility program in the United States. Since then, Tim has trained several NFL, MLB, NBA, MSL and LAX professional players. Currently he is training the Olympic players for softball and track and the National High School Rugby Team.
His college career consisted of running with the Big 8 team, Kansas State University where he earned the below honors:
* 1986 NCAA Division 1 Cross Country Championship Qualifer
* 1986-87 4 Time All Big 8 Track and Field Team on the 1500M and 5000M
* 1986-87 Cross Country and Track Team Captain, Kansas State University
In his post-college career he won the 1989 Nike National Invitational 5000M in Indianapolis, IN, took 1st place in the 1990 Gatorade Classic 10,000M in Knoxville, TN and ran on the Rebok Athletics competitive team from 1989-1993.