skip to Main Content

Macey Morris

Availability status: Available

Personal Profile

Country: Wales

Date of birth: 12th February 2003

Height: 5 feet 5 inches

Weight: 130 lbs

Sex: Female

Academic Information

School: Caldicot School

Graduation Year: 2021

College Enrollment Year: 2021


High School Grades: Maths: A+, English Language: A+, Religious Studies: A+, History: A+, Welsh: A+, English Literature: A, Numeracy: A, Science: A, French: A, Spanish: A, Finance: A;

SAT: not taken yet

Track & Field Profile





300m Hurdles



200m: 25.04

300m: 40.46

400m: 58.64

300m Hurdles: 44.13


2018 300m World Ranking: 12

200m National Ranking (Wales): 1

300m National Ranking (Wales): 1

400m National Ranking (Wales): 1

300m Hurdles National Ranking (Wales): 1

300m Hurdles UK Ranking: 8

400m UK Ranking: 18

300m UK Ranking: 15

200m UK Ranking: 23

Additional Information:

Team Selections:

Welsh National Team

Biggest Accomplishments:

4-time Welsh National Champion (200m)

3-time Welsh National Champion (300m)

3-time Welsh Schools Champion (200m)

Welsh National Champion (300m Hurdles)

Welsh Schools Champion (300m Hurdles)

Welsh 300m Record Holder (Indoor)

Celtic Games U18 Champion (200m & 4x100m)

2nd place English Championships (200m & 300m)


Give us 5 words that best describe you as an athlete:

motivated, passionate, confident, optimistic, outgoing

Tell us about your best memory of your athletic career:

Based on my performance, I think my best athletic memory is when I got a silver medal at SIAB International in 2019 in both the 300 hurdles and the 4x300m. The 300 hurdles was the first event of the day and it was a surreal experience to bring home Wales’ first medal in front of a home crowd. It made it even more special that I was captain and that I also won the best track event of the day. To also come second in the relay alongside my best friend and other amazing teammates was one of the most heartfelt experiences. Based on atmosphere, my favourite track moment was winning a gold medal in the U18 4×100 at the Celtic Games. The atmosphere and environment of the competition was amazing and to win that title as part of a team is a feeling I will never be able to describe. 


My biggest goal that I want to achieve within my athletics career would be to compete at a global competition for Great Britain, alongside some of the best athletes in the world. It would also be an honour to represent my home country, Wales, at the Commonwealth Games. A life goal of mine has always been to travel around the world, experiencing and learning about different cultures. I have always wanted to explore the world, and this is why attending an American university is so important to me. It will allow me to explore new horizons and create better understanding of the world!

Anything else we should know?

I love to sing and I have a passion for performing. I attended a performing arts school for nine years, so I have been on the stage for over half my life. 

Request further information

(All fields are required)

Name of University
First Name of Coach
Surname of Coach
Coach Email Address
Coach Phone Number
Enquiry Details
Back To Top