In 2019, she completed at the NCCWMA in Canada representing Team USA , becoming a Gold Medalist & World Champion in the women's 1500m run.
Along her other victory fleets, she is a two-time competing national championship athlete at two national championships.
At the 2017 USATF Indoor Championships in the women’s 600m run. She competed at the 2017 USATF Masters Indoor Championships were she captured gold in the women’s 800m run in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Full Name: Deborah L. Green Nickname: Debbie, The Rocket Residence: Maryland USATF Club: Grace Beauty Speed® Organization (Grace Beauty Speed® Track Club) Position: Distance High School: Northern Senior High School (Baltimore City) Education: Georgetown University Educational Degrees/Certifications: M.A, M.S.,B.S., C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, USATF Certified Coach and Official Role Model/Inspiration: Dad and Mom, Wilma Rudolph, Joan Benoit-Samuelson
HIGHLIGHT PERFORMANCES: 2019 800m/200m NYC/NJ Open Masters Indoor Championships, 1st place/ 2nd place Staten Island, New York 2019 1500m NCCWMA World Regional Championships Toronta ,Canada 2018 5K PVA Open/Masters Cross Country Championships, 1st place Smithsburg, Maryland 2016-2017 1500m 2xTime Hayward Classic, 1st place Eugene Oregon 2017 800m USATF National Master Indoor Championships, 1st place Albuquerque, New Mexico 2017 600m USATFNational Indoor Championships, 16th place Albuquerque, New Mexico 2016 1K New Balance One Mile Championships, 49th place overall New York, New York 2013 3,000m PVA Games Outdoor Championships, 1st place [3,000m Record Holder 2013-current] Alexandria, VA 2012 Half-Marathon Atheta Iron Girl Half-Marathon, 9th place overall Columbia, MD 2012 5,000m Raleigh Relays, 12th place Raleigh, North Carolina 2010 800m PVA Games Outdoor Championships, 1st place Alexandria, Virginia 1999-2002 5K/1600m Reigning Baltimore City Public Schools ChampionFour Consecutive Titles Outdoor/Cross Country (1600m run/3.1 mile) Baltimore, Maryland
Deborah pictured her freshman year competing at the 4A North Regional where she qualified for her first cross country state championship. She later become a rising distance runner who was the first female athlete to capture four consecutive titles for Baltimore City Public Schools in cross country (3.1) and outdoor track (1600m run). In 2001, she became the 2nd fasted 800m runner in the State of Maryland and 4A Regional Champion when she captured the title her junior year.
In 2013, she was featured in Competitor Magazine’s “My Favorite Things” (September 2014 issue).
Green became the Potomac Valley Games women’s 3,000m champion and record holder for the 3,000m run.
She competed in her first competitive half-marathon at the Athleta Iron Girl Half-Marathon finishing 9th place overall in 2012.
She is a USA Track & Field certified Official and certified USA Track & Field Level 2 Coach, Cross Country Specialist Coach, and a member of USATF Registered Coaches Program.
The collegiate standout competed in middle-distances, 4x1600m & 4x3200m relays in track & field and cross country (5K). In her high school prep career, she became the first female athlete to win four consecutive titles in cross country (3.1 mile) and outdoor track (1600m run) for Baltimore City Public Schools and a National Junior-Olympian in the 1500m and 4x1600m relay.