The recognition bestowed to former winners signifies an elite group of athletes who set standards of excellence while at UT and were successful at the Institution.
Cuthbert Flynn is a three time NCAA champion.
In the 1986 NCAA championships she scored 30 points for Texas, winning the 100 meters, 200 meters and running a leg on the 4×100 relay which would help set the tradition of excellence that is synonymous with women’s track and field at Texas.
Cuthbert-Flynn’s plethora of points coupled helped the Longhorns win the team national championship.
The highlight of Cuthbert-Flynn’s career was when she joined the elite club of Olympic medallists in 1992, after she took home two silver medals for Jamaica in the 100 and the 200 metres.