PR: 100m: 11.31(2002); 200m: 22.59 (2005); 60m: 7.24 (2004)
Born: May, 28, 1976 in San Francisco, Calif.
Current Residence: Carson, Calif.
High School: St. Patrick's St Vincent's HS
College: Fresno State '99
Coach: Dr. Ernest Gregoire
Agent: John Regis
Career Highlights: 2005 World Outdoor 4X100m relay gold medalist; 2005 USA Indoor 60m champion; 2005 Indoor Visa Championship Series champion; 2003 Pan American 4x100m relay gold medalist
Prior to the USA Indoor championships, Daigle-Bowen had just one professional victory to her credit at the 2005 Millrose Games. She blasted out of the blocks in the women's 60 meters to run a stunning time of 7.09 seconds that tied for the fastest time in the world this year and a huge personal best for the 28-year-old. Daigle-Bowen accepted her $25,000 prize from Visa as the female Visa Champion of the Visa Championship Series. Daigle-Bowen is ranked #1 on the all-time Fresno State University list in the 100m (11.34) and the 200m (23.34)in 1996, Daigle-Bowen won the Athlete of the Year award at Fresno State. She helped lead the Bulldogs to the WAC Championships runner-up finish in the 4x100m relay. She also had a runner-up finish in the 100m at the 1999 WAC Championships.
2007: 1st in 60m at 100th
Millrose Games (7.25)
2006: 7th at adidas Classic (11.41)...6th at Reebok Grand Prix (23.38)
2005: World Outdoor 4X100m relay gold medalist (41.78)...USA Indoor 60m champion (7.09)...6th at
USA Outdoors 100m (11.41) & 200m (22.86)...5th at
Sheffield Norwich Union British GP (11.27)...4th in 200m at adidas Track Classic
(22.59PR)...2nd in 200m at Mt. SAC (22.99w)...1st in 100m at Azusa (11.23)...1st at Millrose (7.22i)...5th at Powered by Tyson Invite (7.23i)...ranked #8 at 100m and #7
at 200m in the U.S. by T&FN...best of 11.23 & 22.59.
2004: 8th in 100m at Olympic Trials (11.23)...2nd in 100m at Home Depot (11.17w)...4th at USA Indoors 60m (7.21)...2nd at Verizon Millrose (7.24)...ranked #9 in the U.S. by T&FN...best of 11.23.
2003: 3rd in 100m at Modesto Relays (11.36)...3rd in 100m at U.S. Oracle (11.28)...1st in 200m at Modesto Relays (23.53)...ran 3rd leg on 2nd place 4x100m relay team at Penn Relays (43.42)...gold medalist in 3rd leg Pan American team...was an alternate for Team USA at 2003 World Outdoor Track & Field championships in Paris...best of 11.23.
2002: 6th in semifinal heat at USA Outdoors (11.60)...injured most of the season...best of 11.60.
2001: 8th in semifinal heat at USA Outdoors (11.51w)...best of 11.51w.