Event: Triple Jump
PR: 14.18m/46-6.25 (2011)
Current Residence: Minneapolis, Minn.
Hometown: Melrose, Minn.
High School: Melrose High School (Melrose, Minn.)
College: North Dakota State ‘04
Coach: Jeremy Fischer
Agent: Jeff Hartwig
Club: New York Athletic Club (NYAC)
Two-time USA Outdoor champion - 2011 (14.07m/46-2); 2012 (13.94m/45-9)
Two-time USA Indoor champion - 2012 (13.77m/45-2.25); 2014 (13.81/45-3.75)
2013 USA Outdoor bronze medalist (13.77m/45.2-.25)
2011 USA Indoor runner-up (13.63m/44-8.75)
Three-time NCAA Division II champion
Amanda Smock holds four national triple jump titles, two at USA Outdoors and two at USA Indoors. After Smock failed to make the Olympic Team in 2008, her father crossed "2008" off of his credential and added "2012." While Smock's father passed away after the 2008 Trials, Smock has kept that memento hanging in her closet and looks at it every day. Her father would be proud as Smock won the 2012 Olympic Trials and had the needed Olympic B standard to punch her ticket to London. In 2011, Smock won the USA Outdoor Championships, but was just shy of making the needed B standard for the World Championships. Days before the World team was announced, Smock jumped a personal best to secure the mark and make her way to Daegu. Smock has worked as a partner in a small company that specializes in corporate wellness programs. Married to former college teammate Greg Smock.
2013: 3rd at USA Outdoors (13.77m/45.2-.25); 2nd at Kingston (13.76/45-1)
2012: 11th in qualifying round at Olympic Games (13.61m/44-8); 5th at London (13.82m/45-4.25); Olympic Trials champion (13.94m/45-9); 1st at Tucson Elite Classic (13.90/45-7.25); 3rd at Mt. Sac Relays (13.84m/45-5); 13th in qualifying round at World Indoor (13.25m/43-5.75); 1st at USA Indoor Championships (13.77m/45-2.25); 3rd at Glasgow (13.56m/44-6.00);
2011: USA Outdoor champion (14.07m/46-2); 2nd at USA Indoors (13.63m/44-8.75); 1st at World Championship Pre-Meet (14.18m/46-6.25)
2010: 4th at USA Outdoors (13.60m/44-7.50); 5th at USA Indoors (13.36m/43-10).
2009: 6th at USA Outdoors (13.64m/44-9)
2008: 5th at Olympic Trials (13.84m/45-5); 3rd at USA Indoors (13.51m/44-4).
2007: 5th at USA Indoors (12.87m/42-2.75); 15th at USA Outdoors (13.09m/42-11.5).
2006: 6th at USA Indoors (12.79m/41-11.5); 15th at USA Outdoors (12.31m/40-4.75).
2005: 6th at USA Indoors (12.76m/41-10.5)
USA/World Rankings and Personal Bests
2013: Indoor bests - Triple Jump, 13.65/44-9½ (No. 7 in in the USA); Outdoor Bests - Triple Jump, 13.97/45-10 (No. 4 in the USA, No. 2 in the USA by T&FN)
2012: Indoor bests - 13.77m/45-2.25 (No. 2 in the USA); Outdoor bests - 13.94m/45-9 (No. 2 in the USA, ranked No.1 in the USA by T&FN)
2011: Indoor bests – 13.56m/44-6 (No. 2 in the USA); Outdoor bests – 14.18m/46-6.25 (No. 1 in the USA by T&FN)
2010: Indoor bests – 13.68m/44-10.75 (No. 4 in the USA); Outdoor bests – 13.60m/44-7.5 (No. 6 in the USA, ranked No. 4 in the USA by T&FN)
2009: Outdoor bests – 13.55m/44-5.5 (No. 8 in the USA, ranked No. 6 in the USA by T&FN)
2008: Indoor bests – 13.51m/44-4 (No. 6 in the USA); Outdoor bests –13.84m/45-5 (No. 6 in the USA)
2007: Indoor bests – 12.87m/42-2.75 (No. 24 in the USA); Outdoor bests –13.57m/44-6.25 (No. 6 in the USA)
2006: Indoor bests – 12.85m/42-2
2005: Indoor bests – 12.94m/42-5.5 (No. 23 in the USA); Outdoor bests –13.07m/42-10.75 (No. 24 in the USA)
2004: Indoor bests – 12.91m/42-4.25
2003: Outdoor bests – 12.93m/42-5.25