Who Is Dallas?

Dallas Robinson graduated high school from Oldham County High School, Earned his BA from Eastern Kentucky University and his Masters in Management and Leadership from Campbellsville University. At Eastern Kentucky University he became a standout track and field athlete winning a handful of conference championships, breaking school records and winning athlete of the week and year awards throughout his career. In the fall of 2017 he was inducted into the EKU athletics Hall of Fame. After college he continued to run and train and in 2008 he was ranked 1st in the United States in the 55m dash and was top ranked in the 60m and 200m dash. His unusual combination of size and strength as well as football background got him noticed by USA Rugby. Although he never had a Rugby background he managed to make the roster with USA 7’s and he trained and played with the Eagles for two seasons.

Dallas made the decision to join the Army in 2010 and enlisted in 2011. “I always wanted to serve and I was reaching a pint in my life where it was now or never.” Robinson graduated from his basic training class as the Soldier of Cycle and earned an Army Achievement Medal by the post Major General. Robinson reached the rank of Sergent; E-5 in less than one year of service. In the winter of 2011 he decided to use his talents to make an effort in making the USA Bobsled team. During his first season he made the World Cup roster and was added the the U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program. Robinson spent 3 years with the USA Bobsled team and traveled the world competing in 2 man and 4 man bobsled. He retired after competing in both disciplines in the 2014 Olympics in Sochi Russia.

In the winter of 2014 Dallas was Chosen as the Department of Veteran Affairs Veteran of the Day. In 2014 Dallas received the highest non combat medal a soldier can earn the Meritorious Service Medal and in 2015 at 4 years of service was promoted to Staff Sergeant. In the Spring of 2014 Dallas also appeared as a Crew member and fueler for the 91 Buddy Lazier car at the Indianapolis 500. In the summer of 2015 he was nominated by country music star Justin Moore for the Crown Royal Heroes Project. In 2016 Dallas was direct commissioned as an officer in the Kentucky National Guard and in 2017. He left service to focus more on Faith, Family and Farm. During his military service he became known for his efforts in Military Suicide Prevention and was a spokesperson for the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s Home Grown by Heroes program. Dallas was Kentucky’s only Olympic representative in the 2014 Olympics and the States Sole Soldier- Olympian.

Dallas worked with youth has coached track and field for 10 years now as a head coach and assistant coach with two different high schools and two different colleges. He also has spent thousands of hours volunteering and helping with the Special Olympics, Active Heroes and other non profit or charitable organizations throughout the nation.

Dallas has been seen on ESPN, FOX, NBC, The Weather Channel, Spike TV, The Carson Daily Show, Yahoo News, United Airlines Commercial’s, Toyota Sequoia Commercial’s. Featured in Max Muscle Magazine, GX Magazine, New York Times, USA Today and had an Olympic Column in the Courier Journal.

Robinson is an Honorary Kentucky Colonel, an Honorary Duke of Hazard and Oldham County Kentucky has a “Dallas Robinson Day” and he was chosen US Department of Veteran Affairs Veteran of the Day in 2014.


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