Name: Trevon Jenifer
Sport: Wheelchair Basketball
Classification: 2.5
Height: 3-0
Weight: 130
DOB: 9/7/1988
Birthplace: Huntingtown, Md.
Hometown: Edinboro, Pa.
High School: Huntingtown High School (Huntingtown, Md.)
College: Edinboro University '11, Criminal Justice; California University of Pennsylvania ’16, Legal Studies
Paralympic Experience
  • Two-time Paralympian (2012, 2016); Two-time medalist (1 gold, 1 bronze)
  • Paralympic Games Rio 2016, gold
  • Paralympic Games London 2012, bronze
World Championship Experience
  • Most recent: 2018 – silver
  • Years of competition: 2014, 2018
  • Medals: 2 (silver)
  • Silver – 2014, 2018
Personal: Born with congenital amputation, Jenifer was a successful track athlete in his early years and a top wrestler in high school. He attended Huntingtown High School and joined the wrestling team, competing against able-bodied athletes and finishing third in his weight class at the Maryland state tournament his senior year. He started playing wheelchair basketball in 1992 with team Air Capital in Washington D.C. He was a three-year captain and two-time All-American for the Edinboro men’s wheelchair basketball team and played professional basketball for two years overseas in France...Son of Constance Bullock and Eric Brown…He has three brothers, Paul, Marcus and Jamar, and a sister, LaTarsha…His partner is Laura Klass…Has a daughter named Saraeya…Penned an inspirational autobiography, “From the Ground Up”, at 17 years old…Favorite sports teams are the Washington Wizards and Washington Redskins…Aspires to work for the federal government and ultimately become a lawyer…Enjoys hunting, fishing, camping, spending time with family and friends.