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TYE HARVEY
Event: Pole Vault
Height: 6-1
Weight: 160
PR: 5.93m/19-5.5 (2001) (Indoors)
Born: September 25, 1974
Current Residence: Jonesboro, Ark.
High School: Sonora (CA) HS 1993
College: Minnesota '98
Coach: Earl Bell
Agent: Karen Locke
Club: New Balance

Career Highlights: 2001 World Indoor silver medalist; 2nd at 2000 & 2001 USA Indoors; 2nd at NCAA Indoors in 1997; 3rd at Big Ten Outdoors in 1998 & 1995.

Harvey was the top-ranked high school vaulter in the country in 1993 with a best of 17-1, but he was relatively little-known until he finished second at the 2000 U.S. Indoor championships. His true coming-out party was during the 2001 indoor season, when he pushed Lawrence Johnson to a then-American Record at the GMC Envoy USA Indoor Championships (clearing a PR 5.93m/19-5.5), then took the silver medal behind Johnson at the World Indoor Championships. A leg injury suffered at World Indoors slowed his training for the outdoor season in 2001, but Harvey hopes for a strong outdoor showing in 2002. was a 1997 All-Big Ten selection after winning the conference pole vault title with a clearance of 18-1.25...earned All-American honors that year after posting a Minnesota school record 18-2.5 vault and placing second at the NCAA Indoor Championships...could not compete at either the Big Ten Outdoor Championships or NCAA Outdoor Championships because of an automobile accident that resulted in a broken wrist...design communications major while at Minnesota.

2002: 2nd at USA Indoors (5.72m/18-9.25)3rd at adidas Midwest Track Classic (5.60m/18-4.50).
2001: World Indoor silver medalist (5.90m/19-4.25)2nd at USA Indoors (5.93/19-5.50)7th at USA Outdoors (5.55m/18-2.50)cleared 5.74/18-10 at Drake Relaysranked #7 in world & #4 U.S. by T&FNbest of 5.80/19-0.25 at Modesto Relays
2000: 2nd at U.S. Indoor Championships (5.71/18-8.75); 6th at Olympic Trials (5.53/18-1.75)... ranked 4th U.S...best of 5.80/19-0.25.
1999: No-height at USA Championships...best of 18-7.5.
1998: 3rd at Big Ten Championships...8th at NCAAs...best of 17-11.25.
1997: Best of 18-2.5i.
1996: Best of 18-1.25
1995: 3rd at Big Ten Championships...tied for 8th at NCAAs...17-6.5.
1994: Best of 16-8.75.
1993: Best of 17-1.
1992: Best of 16-0.

3/10/02