- USA Outdoor T&F Championships - 2018-9th, 2017-1st, 2016-8th, 2015-12th, 2012-17th
- USA Indoor T&F Championships - 2016-2nd
Bryan McBride (born December 10, 1991 in Long Beach, California) is an American track and field athlete who competes primarily in the high jump. McBride has coached long Jump, triple Jump and high Jump at Cuyamaca College since 2016. McBride is the 2017 National Champion, tying his personal best of 2.30 m (7 ft 6 1⁄2 in). His exuberant celebration, running halfway down the football field in Hornet Stadium after the winning jump was captured on NBC’s television coverage. He was also runner-up at the 2016 Indoor Championships.
McBride is the 2014 NCAA Outdoor High Jump Champion, earned 8 NCAA Division I All America honors, 2015 Pac-12 High Jump Champion, 2015 MPSF High Jump Champion, and 2015 MPSF Long Jump Champion.
McBride had previously jumped 2.30 while competing for Arizona State, breaking the 38-year-old school record of Kyle Arney from 1977. He became the 2014 NCAA Champion.
He lost the 2013 season to a stress fracture of his left ankle. He is also a credible long jumper, having jumped 7.79 m (25 ft 6 1⁄2 in), indoors in Seattle while at Arizona State.