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Tianna Bartoletta

Tianna Bartoletta

Event: 100m/long jump
Height: 5-6
Weight: 135
PR: 100m – 10.85 (2012); 200m – 22.37 (2012); long jump – 6.89m/22-7.25 (2005)
Born: 08/30/1985
Current Residence: Tampa, Fla.
Hometown: Elyria, Ohio
High School: Elyria (Ohio) H.S. '03
College: Tennessee '07
Coach: Loren Seagrave
Agent: Paul Doyle
Sponsor: Nike
Club:
USA Championships
2014 USA Outdoor champion 100m (11.15)
Two-time USA Indoor champion 60m –  2012 (7.02); 2014 (7.08)
2012 USA Outdoor runner-up 100m (10.96)
Three-time USA long jump runner-up – 2014 outdoor (6.86m/22-6.25); 2006 outdoor (6.77m/22-2.5); 2006 indoor (6.59m/21-7.5); 2005 outdoor (6.70m/22-0.5)
2010 USA Outdoor 100m third place finisher (11.43)
2004 USA Junior champion long jump (6.60m/21-8)

International Championships
2012 Olympic gold medalist in 4x100m relay (40.82WR)
2005 World Outdoor champion in long jump (6.89m/22-7.25)
2006 World indoor silver medalist in long jump (6.80m/22-3.75)
Two-time World indoor bronze medalist in 60m –  2012 (7.09); 2014 (7.06)

Collegiate Championships
2005 two-time NCAA long jump champion - outdoor (6.66m/21-10.25); indoor (6.71m/22-0.75)

About Tianna
Through 2008, Bartoletta was known as one of the top long jumpers in the U.S. with a world outdoor title, a world indoor silver medal, and two NCAA titles to her name. But in recent years, she has become a fixture on the track, and in 2012 she fully cemented her status as a top sprinter with her first Olympic berth after finishing second at the 2012 Olympic Trials, a 4x100 Olympic relay WR and gold medal, USA Indoor 60m title, and World Indoor bronze medal. In 2014 Bartoletta won her second USA Indoor title in the 60m. Bartoletta was a standout high school athlete and was named the 2003 Gatorade Ohio High School Girls Track & Field Athlete of the Year. She had nine career state championships, including seven in individual events and became only the third athlete in Ohio history to win four events at a state championship meet two years in a row, joined former Zanesville Rosecrans star Susan Nash (1983-84) and Cleveland East Tech/U.S. Olympic legend Jesse Owens (1932-33) on that list. Became a two-sport Olympic athlete as she was named to the U.S. Bobsled team as a push athlete in the fall of 2012.
Results:
2014:
 1st at USA Indoors (7.08); 3rd at World Indoors (7.06); 1st in IAAF World Relays 4x100m (41.88); 4th in Rome (11.13); 1st in Oslo Long Jump (7.02m/23-0.5); 1st at adidas Grand Prix (22.68); 1st in USA Outdoors (11.15); 2nd at USA Outdoors Long Jump (6.86m/22-6.25); 6th at Paris Long Jump (6.60m/21-8); 2nd at Paris, race 1 (11.07); 1st at Glasgow Long Jump (6.98m/14-5.25); 2nd at Glasgow, race 2 (11.02)
2013: 4th at adidas Grand Prix 100m (11.52); 3rd at Penn Relays 4x100m (42.66)
2012: 1st in 4x100m at Olympic Games (40.82WR), 4th in 100m (10.85); 2nd at Monaco (10.99): 3rd at London (11.13); 2nd at Olympic Trials 100m (10.96) and 6th in 200m (22.50); 2nd at adidas Grand Prix (10.97); 1st at Ponce in 100m (11.01) and 200m (22.37); 3rd at World Indoor 60m (7.09); 1st at USA Indoors 60m (7.02); 1st at Birmingham 60m (7.11); 1st at USATF Classic 60m (7.02).
2011: 7th at adidas Grand Prix long jump (6.18m/20-3.5); 5th at Kansas Relays 100m (11.40); 4th at Boston Indoor GP 60m (7.32).
2010: 8th at London long jump (5.32m/17-5.5); 6th at Stockholm long jump (6.35m/20-10); 3rd at USA Outdoors 100m (11.43); 8th at adidas Grand Prix long jump (6.27m/20-7); 4th at Drake Relays 100m (11.45); 4th at Reebok Indoor Games 60m (7.31); 6th at Millrose Games 60m (7.37).
2009: 14th at USA Outdoors long jump (5.86m/19-2.75) and 6th in 100m semifinal heat (11.20); 10th at Pre Classic long jump (6.06m/19-10.75) and 7th in 100m (11.31); 6th at Reebok GP long jump (6.16m/20-2.5) and 2nd in 100m (11.05); 4th at USA Indoor long jump (6.43m/21-1.25) and 2nd in 60m (7.18m).
2008: 5th at Olympic Trials (6.58m/21-7.25); 8th at Nike Prefontaine Classic (6.04m/19-9.75w); 6th at adidas Track Classic (6.25m/20-6.25).
2007: 5th at USA Outdoors (6.57m/21-6.75); 10th at World Outdoors (6.47m/21-2.75); 1st at Modesto Relays (6.60m/21-8); 7th at Madrid (6.61m/21-8.25w).
2006: USA Outdoor runner-up (6.77m/22-2.5); World Indoor silver medalist (6.80m/22-3.75); USA Indoor runner-up (6.59m/21-7.5); 3rd at Nike Prefontaine Classic (6.46m/21-2.5w); 10th at DN Galan (6.21m/20-4.5); 1st at DecaNation (6.60m/21-8).
2005: World Outdoor champion (6.89m/22-7.25); USA Outdoor Champs runner-up (6.70m/22-.5); NCAA Outdoor champion (6.66m/21-10.25); 1st at NCAA Mideast Regional (6.52m/21-4.75); NCAA indoor champion (6.78m/22-3PR); SEC Outdoor champion (6.92m/22-8.5w); SEC Indoor champion (6.71/22-0.75i); 1st at Tyson (6.69m/21-11.5i); 1st at Knoxville (6.59m/21-7.5); 2nd at Stock (6.58m/21-7.25).
2004: 8th at Olympic Trials (6.42m/21-0.75); USA Junior champion (6.60m/21-8); 2nd at NCAA Mideast Regional (6.26m/20-6.5); 2nd at SEC Champs (6.34m/20-9.75).

USA/World Rankings and Personal Bests
2014:
 Indoor bests - 60m, 7.06; Outdoor bests - Long jump, 7.02m/23-03, 100m, 10.92, 200m, 22.68
2012: Indoor bests- 60m, (7.02) (1st in the US, 2nd in the World) Outdoor bests- 100m, (10.96) (4th in the US, 8th in the World, ranked No. 2 in the USA & ranked No. 4 in the world by T&FN)
2011: Indoor bests-60m, (7.32) (33rd in the US, 64th in the World) Outdoor bests-100m, (11.29) ( 28th in the US, 66th in the World)
2010: Indoor bests- 60m, (7.31) (20th in the US, 55th in the World) Outdoor bests 100m, (11.20) (13th in the US, 33rd in the World, ranked No. 8 in the USA by T&FN)
2009: Indoor bests- 60m, (7.18) (6th in the US, 10th in the World) long jump, (6.45m/21-2) (11th in the US, 49th in the World) Outdoor bests- 100m, (11.05) (5th in the US, 11th in the World)
2008: Outdoor bests- long jump, (6.53m/21-5.25) (15th in the US, 81st in the World)
2007: Outdoor bests- long jump, (6.60m/21-8) (5th in the US, 55th in the World)
2006: Indoor bests- long jump, (6.80m/22-3.75) (1st in the US, 3rd in the World) Outdoor bests- long jump, (6.60m/21-8) (5th in the US, 48th in the World)
2005: Indoor bests- long jump, (6.78m/22-3) (1st in the US, 3rd in the World) Outdoor bests- long jump, (6.89m/22-7.25) (1st in the US, 4th in the World, ranked No. 1 in the USA & ranked No. 2 in the world by T&FN)
2004: Outdoor bests- long jump, (6.60m/21-8) (5th in the US, 46th in the World)
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