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Lewis’ primary role these days is as an assistant track coach at UH, but he also is in the early stages of setting up a post-graduate professional track club, a latter-day counterpart to the Santa Monica Track Club for which he competed after leaving UH, under the Perfect Method umbrella.
“I am focused on getting Americans ready to make the Olympic team,” Lewis said. “Most of the athletes who run for Team Perfect method will be UH athletes, and UH is allowing us the opportunity to allow athletes to stay in Houston and train here and be part of it.”
The first edition of Team Perfect Method includes sprinter LeShon Collins, the former UH sprinter who was the leadoff runner for the USA Track and Field team that won the 400-meter relay at the recent IAAF world relay championships in the Bahamas.