Yes, Jordan Brand has track and field athletes. Some of those on-track representatives of the imprint will be headed to Rio for the 2016 Summer Olympics, among them high jump specialist Erik Kynard.
Kynard qualified for Rio on Sunday at the USATF Olympic Trials in Eugene, Ore., with a jump of 7'6" in what looks to be an exclusive Jordan spike. He also wore Jordan socks and a matching top.
Jordan Brand has been plenty present at the trials between athletes like Kynard and hurdle racer Kori Carter.
Rio will be Kynard's second Olympics, following his silver medal performance at the London Games in 2012.