Jarrin is a former UNM and La Cueva High School soccer player. The Albuquerque athlete is a local standout who won a bronze medal in the 2012 Olympics. Solomon missed qualifying for the individual 400 competition by only one one-hundredth of a second, but qualified for the second leg of the men’s 4 by 400 relay. He helped Trindad and tobago secure the bronze medal with a time of 2 minutes 59. 4 s econds setting a new national record for the Caribbean country. He has made every world team since 2007 for. Trinidad and Tobago. In college, he was one of the premier 400-meter men in the nation. He was a conference champ, setting school records. He won multiple Mountain West Conference titles, set a school indoor record in the 400 and became an All-American. In 2014finished strong with a new PB of 44.98 and made the Commonwealth games final in the open 400 then topped it off with the bronze medal in the 4x400m; A 2004 graduate of Albuquerque La Cueva High School…four-year letterman in track & field for head coach Mike Tixier…helped La Cueva win four straight 5A state titles during his career…state runner-up in the 400 as a senior…has run a 48.1 split in the 4x400m relay…three-time all-state defender in soccer…2004 District Player of the Year…all-metro selection in ’04 as well…led LCHS to the 2003 state soccer championship…was recruited by Duke to play soccer.