1999-00: Ran of the 4x400M relay at Harvard...placed fourth in the 400M at Harvard with a time of 50.9.
1998-99: Competed in the 500M and relays...Placed fifth in three consecutive meets: Harvard, NE Challenge Cup prelims and NE Challenge Cup finals...Set a new personal best in the 500M at the NE Challenge Cup Finals with a time of 65.8...Placed second at the UNH/UVM meet with a time of 67.5...Competed in the BIG EAST Championships and the New England Championships.
1997-98: Placed fifth in the 500M at the Harvard dual meet...Finished third in the 500M at the NE Challenge Cup prelims...Ran to a third-place finish in the 500M at the UNH/UVM meet.
2000: Placed second in the 400M race at Dartmouth (50.64), collecting his best time of the season...took third at Harvard in the 400M with 50.89...qualified for the BIG EAST Championship.
1999: Lowered his 400M intermediate hurdles times down over the course of the season...Won the Harvard dual meet with a race of 54.4...Competed in the BIG EAST Championships, scoring for the team with and eighth-place finish in the 400M hurdles.
1998: Placed fifth in the 400M hurdles at the Snowflake Classic...Finished third in the hurdles at the UMass dual meet...Placed third at the Spring Classic at the UConn in the intermediate hurdles...Won the hurdles at the annual Harvard dual meet...A finalist at the BIG EAST Championships in the 400M intermediate hurdles.
At BC HighVoted Tri-County League Most Outstanding Performer during his senior year at BC High...Ran for his father, Jeff Normant, in high school...Named Catholic Conference All-Star three times in his career...Served as team captain of the Catholic Conference Champions in 1997...Voted 1996 Team Unsung Hero.
PersonalBorn January 20, 1979...Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management as a marketing major...Won the Merrimack Book Award in high school...Jeff is the oldest of John and Anne Normant's three children.
400M Hurdles 54.16 400M 49.35 500M 1:04.89