Tied for third at 2012 Olympic Trials 100m (11.09)
Third at 2013 USA Outdoor Championships 200m (22.15)
Third at 2011 USA Outdoor Championships, 200m (22.28)
2012 Olympic 4x100m gold medalist (41.64)
2013 World Outdoor 4x100m silver medalist (42.75)
2010 NACAC U-23 champion, 100m (11.00)
Two-time NCAA Outdoors runner-up, 200m – 2010 (22.92); 2011 (22.34)
Third at 2010 NCAA Outdoors, 100m (11.13)
Third at 2008 NCAA Indoors, 60m (7.42)
Awards and Honors
2008 SEC Freshman Runner of the Year
2008 World Junior champion, 100m (11.37) and 4x100m relay
2006 World Junior champion, 4x100m relay
Tarmoh was involved in the much publicized dead heat in the women's 100m at the 2012 Olympic Trials. She and training partner Allyson Felix were clocked in identical times and the race was ruled a dead heat. She went on to win Olympic gold as part of the 4x100 team in London. Tarmoh first turned heads at the 2011 USA Championships where she took third in the 200m to punch her ticket to her first senior World Championships. Tarmoh was not far behind second-placer Carmelita Jeter, with only five-hundredths of a second separating the pair. After her success at the U.S. Championships, Tarmoh decided to forgo her senior year of eligibility at Texas A&M and sign a professional contract. Tarmoh helped Texas A&M win the team title with her runner-up finish in the 200m and her contributions to both relay squads. Tarmoh won gold at the 2010 NACAC U-23 Championships in the 100m after first tasting success at the 2008 World Junior Championships. Tarmoh made her first international team at 16-years-old.
2013: 4th at Stockholm 100m (11.38); 2nd at World Outdoors 4x100m (42.75), 5th in 200m (22.78); 6th at London (11.32); 2nd at Monaco 4x100m (41.78), 5th at 200m (22.72); 3rd at USA Oudoors 200m (22.15), 4th in 100m (10.98); 8th at Shanghai 100m (11.42); 3rd in Penn Relays 4x100m (42.66); 2nd at Mt. SAC Relays 4x100m (42.96)
2012: 1st at Great North City Games 100m (11.17); 2nd at Zagreb 100m (11.30); 6th at Lausanne 100m (11.13); 5th at Stockholm 200m (23.00); ran in heat of gold medal winning 4x100m relay at Olympic Games (41.64); 3rd at Monaco 100m (11.09); tied for 3rd at Olympic Trials 100m (11.09) and 5th in 200m (22.35); 2nd at Pre Classic (22.61); 2nd at Ponce Grand Prix 200m (22.66); 2nd at Cayman Invite (11.13); 1st at St. Martin International 200m (22.51); 2nd at Guadeloupe (11.24); 6th at USATF Classic (7.23)
2011: 6th in heats at World Outdoors 200m (23.60); 3rd at USA Outdoor Champs in 200m (22.28); NCAA runner-up in 200m (22.34); Ran lead leg of winning NCAA 4x400m relay; Ran on runner-up NCAA 4x100m relay; 1st at West Region Champs in 100m (11.36) and 200m (22.62).
2010: NACAC U-23 champion (11.00w); NCAA Outdoor runner-up in 200m (22.92) and 3rd in 100m (11.13w); Ran on winning NCAA SMR relay; Ran on winning NCAA 4x400m relay; Big 12 champ in 100m (11.19PR) and 200m (22.65).
2009: 1st at College Station in 60m (7.39); 3rd at Austin Invitational in 100m (11.31); 6th at USA Outdoors in 100m (11.32); 8th at USA Outdoors in 200m (23.43); 1st at College Station in 200m (23.31i).
2008: World Junior champ in 100m (11.37); Ran first leg of winning World Junior Champs 4x100m relay; USA Junior champ (11.21); 3rd at NCAA Indoor 60m (7.42).
2006: Ran on winning 4x100m relay team at World Junior Champs; 7th at World Junior Champs in 200m (23.96).
USA/World Rankings and Personal Bests
2012: Indoor bests - 60m, 7.23 (No. 12 in the USA, No. 28 in the world); Outdoor bests - 100m, 11.07 (No. 6 in the USA, No. 20 in the world, ranked No. 4 in the USA, No. 8 in the world by T&FN); 200m, 22.35 (No. 5 in the USA, No. 8 in the world, ranked No. 5 in the USA, No. 7 in the world by T&FN)
2011: Indoor bests – 60m, 7.24 (No. 17 in the USA, No. 29 in the world); 200m, 22.88 (No. 3 in the USA, No. 4 in the world); Outdoor bests – 100m, 11.23; 200m, 22.28 (No. 4 in the USA, No. 5 in the world, ranked No. 5 in the USA & ranked No. 10 in the world by T&FN)
2010: Indoor bests – 60m, 7.29 (No. 15 in the USA, No. 43 in the world); 200m, 23.29 (No. 9 in the USA, No. 13 in the world); Outdoor bests – 100m, 11.19 (No. 12 in the USA, No. 32 in the world, ranked No. 10 in the USA by T&FN); 200m, 22.65 (No. 8 in the USA, No. 19 in the world, ranked No. 7 in the USA by T&FN)
2009: Indoor bests – 60m, 7.31; 200m, 23.31 (No. 10 in the USA, No. 12 in the world); Outdoor bests – 100m, 11.31; 200m, 23.32
2008: Indoor bests – 60m, 7.28 (No. 16 in the USA, No. 47 in the world); 200m, 23.26 (No. 6 in the USA, No. 13 in the world); Outdoor bests – 100m, 11.21; 200m, 22.94 (No. 19 in the USA)
2007: Indoor bests – 60m, 7.26 (No. 11 in the USA, No. 34 in the world); 200m, 23.65 (No. 19 in the USA, No. 42 in the world); Outdoor bests – 100m, 11.27; 200m, 23.34
2006: Indoor bests – 60m, 7.39; 200m, 23.66 (No. 16 in the USA, No. 48 in the world); Outdoor bests – 100m, 11.24 (No. 18 in the USA, No. 37 in the world); 200m, 23.14