11 Jul Jimmy Radcliffe
University of Oregon
Coach Radcliffe is entering his 32nd year at the University of Oregon and oversees the athletic department’s strength & conditioning program.
Coach Radcliffe became an assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Oregon in 1985, a position that he held for 2 years before assuming the duties as Oregon’s head strength and conditioning coach. Coach Radcliffe directs the year-round participation and preparation of Oregon’s football, baseball, and men’s and women’s track & field teams.
During his tenure at Oregon, the longest of any current Pac-12 strength & conditioning coach, Coach Radcliffe has established himself as a highly respected teacher, coach and author. An active clinician throughout the United States, he is widely recognized as one of the leading authorities regarding exercise for the development of strength, speed and agility.
Prior to Oregon, Coach Radcliffe was a teacher and coach at Aloha High School (Oregon) for six years in addition to serving as athletic trainer for 2 years.
Coach Radcliffe, originally from McCloud, California, is married to Janice Radcliffe Ph.D., director of fitness and instructor in the University of Oregon’s Physical Activities and Recreation Services department.