Event: 400m Hurdles
PR: 400mH - 54.16 (2004); 400m - 52.91 (2003); 100mH - 12.90 (2003)
Born: April 29, 1982
Current Residence: Austin, Texas
High School: Houston Westbury High, Texas 00
College: University of Texas 04
Agent: John Regis
Career Highlights: 2003 USA Outdoor Champion; 2003 NCAA runner-up; 8-time Big 12 Champion
McIntosh had a solid season in 2004 after her fifth-place at the U.S. Olympic Trials, where she set a personal best of 54.16. The 2003 USA Outdoor champion, former prep All-American, 10-time NCAA All-American and 8-time Big-12 champion, Raasin McIntosh turned in a breakout junior campaign in 2003 by earning a spot on Team USA for the World Championships in Paris, France by winning the USA Outdoor 400mH title in 54.62McIntosh turned in 16.5 points at the 2003 NCAA Championships by placing 2nd in the 400mH (55.02), 3rd in the 100mH (12.92) and running the third leg on the University of Texas (UT) winning 4x400m relay team with the second-fastest collegiate relay time ever recorded (3:26.76)as a high schooler, was a 10-time USATF All-American and five-time Track and Field News All-Americanat Westbury, McIntoshs teammates included LSU national champion, Stephanie Durst and WNBA forward Alyana Walkertook up track in middle school and was also a basketball playerwas ranked the #1 junior athlete in the nation by Track and Field News in 1999 and 2000full name is Raasin Grabre McIntosh one of six childrenliberal arts majorplans to attend law school following the completion of her track career.
2004: 5th at Olympic Trials (54.16)4th in 400m (55.56), 7th in 100mH
(13.18) & 6th in 4x400m relay (3:3.33) at NCAA OutdoorsNCAA Indoors 4x400m
champion (3:28.69)1st in 400mH at Texas Relays (55.29)ranked #5 in U.S. by
T&FNbest of 54.16.
2003: USA Outdoor Champion 400mH (54.62)runner-up at NCAA Outdoor 400mH (55.02); 3rd in 100mH (12.92)Ran 2nd leg On winning 4x400m at NCAA Outdoors (3:26.76) 6th in 60mH at NCAA Indoors (8.16); 2nd leg on winning 4x400m (3:27.66)Big 12 Outdoor champion 100m (12.96); 400mH (56.03); 4x400m (3:32.23)2nd in 400m at Big 12 Indoor Championships (53.60); 2nd in 60mH (8.20); ran 3rd leg of winning 4x400m (3:34.67)1st in 400mH at Texas Relays (54.60)ranked #10 in the world (#3 U.S.) by T&FNbests of 400mH (54.60); 100mH (12.90); 400m (52.91i), 60mH (8.14).
2002: Runner-up 4x400 at NCAA Outdoors (3:27.05); 3rd in 400mH (55.70)Big 12 400mH champion (55.60); 4th in 100mH (13.32); anchored winning 4x400 relay team (3:33.21) Runner-up 4x400 at NCAA Indoors (3:32.12)ran second leg on Big 12 4x400 champion relay (3:34.86)Conference runner-up distance medley relay team (11:34.39); 3rd in 400m (54.28); 5th in 60mH (8.41)bests of 54.56 400m and 55.70 400mH.
2001: 2nd at NCAA Outdoors 4x400 (3:30.36) 2nd at NCAA Indoors 4x400 (3:33.44) Big 12 runner-up 400m; 5th in 200m (24.14), 3rd in 400H (57.19), ran on winning 4x400m (3:34.04) bests of 400m (53.78), 200m (24.14i)bests of 54.80 400m and 57.19 400mH.
2000: Texas state champion 300mH (42.26) and 4x200m (1:36.76)1st at Junior Olympics 400mH (59.95) and 4x100m (45.71); runner-up 4x400m (3:39.65)1st at USATF Youth Athletics Championships 400mH (59.46) and 4x400m (3:44.49); runner-up 4x100m (45.81) ranked 6th on national prep list in 400mHbest of 59.46.
1999: Texas state champion 300mH (42.30), 4x100m (46.11), and 4x200m (1:37.06)ran the third leg of USAs 4x100m relay that took silver at 1999 IAAF World Youth Athletics Championships in Poland2nd at Junior Olympics 400mH and 4x100mranked No. 1 in the nation by Track and Field News.
1998: 1st at Junior Olympics intermediate 400mH, setting the national record in 1:00.10.