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Brandon Estrada (born October 28, 1987, as Brandon Michael-paul Estrada) professional pole vaulter. He graduated from the University of Southern California in 2011.

Brandon's pole vault career includes American two time NCAA Div 1 All-American in the pole vault. His championship accolades include achieving the All-Time United States Indoor Track and Field Pole Vault record holder, IAAF World Ranked, Indoor National Record Holder for Puerto Rico and silver medalist for Puerto Rico at 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games. As pole vaulter for The University of Southern California (USC) Track and Field Brandon is the # 4 All-Time record holder. Brandon is the son of actor Erik Estrada and entertainment executive Peggy Lynn Rowe.

Brandon's Silver medal was awarded at The 21st Central American and Caribbean Games representing Puerto Rico (Spanish: XXI Juegos Centroamericanos y del Caribe, Mayagüez 2010) which took place in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, from 18 July 2010 to 1 August 2010.

His personal best vault is 18–1.25 / 5.52 meters achieved on April 16, 2011, at 53rd Annual Mt. SAC Relays in Walnut, California.

Notably, Brandon was the UCLA USC Dual Meet pole vault champion; ending UCLA's 7 year win streak against USC May 1, 2010 at Drake Stadium on the UCLA campus. The USC and UCLA competition is the most prestigious and storied Dual Meet in the country. "The USC men clinched the win in the pole vault where Brandon Estrada took first with a clearance of 17-5.00 (5.31m) and Derek Scott took third with a clearance of 16-7.25 (5.06m). Their points gave USC an 87-53 lead with 82 points needed for the win. Junior Taylor Slingsby placed sixth with a clearance of 15-7.25 (4.76m). Estrada's win was the first by a Trojan male in the Dual Meet pole vault competition since 2003."

After graduating from USC, Brandon went on to study jazz voice at University of Cincinnati (CCM) under Patricia Linehart. In 2019, Brandon released his first single, "Coming for You", which climbed into the top 50 global listeners choice on Smooth Jazz charts Early performances were to sold-out crowds at various jazz lounges in Cincinnati. His renderings caught the attention of The Lineage Trio including Graham Dechter,Alex Frank & Ryan Shaw.

Brandon is still involved in Track and Field as an adviser and inspiration.


Vitaly Petrov (coach) at IAAF World Pole Vault Centre in Formia, Italy

Earl Bell in Jonesboro, Arkansas at Bell Athletics

Kate Carlson at University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California

Tim Werner in Los Angeles, California at Advantage Athletics.


NCAA Indoor National All-Time United States PV

2010 NCAA Indoor Division 1 ranked #1

2010 Indoor and Outdoor #1 leader in California

Puerto Rico National Championship Pole Vault

2010 NCAA Outdoor National Championships 5th place

Two time NCAA Div 1 All American

2010 Caribbean Central American Games Silver Medalist.

USC All Time Pole Vault #4

2010 Clovis North American Championships runner up Elite section.

2010 NCAA West Regionals 1st place.

2010 PAC 10 runner up

UCLA USC Dual Meet Champion; ending UCLA's 7 year win streak against USC.

IAAF 2011 World Ranked IAAF 2010 World Ranked

USC All-Americans (Indoors)

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