Dolf joined Texas Express in 2010, working specifically with Coach Chad, to achieve his goals in Masters Track and Field. Dolf is an avid fan and mentor to all young athletes in the club sharing his motto of "You Can be Brave". Dolf is a husband, father, competitor, musician, CEO, and philanthropist. He is a board member for USATF focusing on masters athletes and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Accomplishments: WMA World Masters Championships
World Champion in the Pole Vault Men 55-59, 2018. Malaga, Spain
World Champion in the Pole Vault Men 50-54, 2013. Porto Allegre, Brazil.
Silver Medalist in the Pole Vault Men 40-44, 2003. Puerto Rico.
Bronze Medalist in the Decathlon Men 50-54, 2013. Porto Allegre, Brazil.
2X 4th Place in Decathlon, Men 40-44, 2013; and Men 55-59 2018
World Masters Games 2017
Gold Medal in the Pole Vault Men 50-54. Auckland, New Zealand
Silver Medal in the Decathlon Men 50-54. Auckland, New Zealand.
USA Decathlon Masters Championships
3X National Champion between ages 40-56
USA Indoor Heptathlon Championships
6X National Champion between ages 40-56
USA Ranked #4 all-time for Men 50-54
#1 World Ranking, 2020 for Men age 55-59
University of Zimbabwe, 1986
National Champion in the Pole Vault, 1986
First man to pole vault over 4m in Zimbabwe, 1986
Top ranked Harvard decathlete 1984-1985, 1C4A Qualifier
Awards: 2013 USATF Age Group National Athlete of the Year, Men 50-59