Britani Myers had an outstanding high school athletic career. She was undefeated competing at the district level for indoor and outdoor track over four years. She earned 19 regional titles in indoor and outdoor track.
Britani earned seven state titles. In 2010, the 4x400 relay set a state outdoor record. She won the 500 meter indoor title in both 2011 and 2012 when she set the state record.
She became the first female to win both the 400 meter and 800 meter at the state outdoor championship in back to back races in her senior year.
A highly recruited athlete, she accepted a scholarship to Virginia Tech where she received all ACC honors as a freshman on the distance medley team. She moved to Tennessee after one year at Virginia Tech and graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a degree in History and Secondary Education. Britani taught world history at Wilson Central High School in Lebanon, Tennessee in addition to coaching the school’s track and cross country teams.
Britani married Garett Marvin in 2017 and they have their own company, Tri-Star Moving, the highest rated moving company in central Tennessee. They share their business success by supporting charitable projects in the Nashville area. They help to support several youth athletic programs and sponsor events throughout the year such as golf tournaments and school fundraisers. The company provides moving assistance to families with severely ill members and families recovering from natural disasters such as tornados and flooding.
Britani and Garett live on their Tennessee homestead near Mount Juliet with their three children.