USATF ATHLETE BIOGRAPHY
PR: Heptathlon: 6,000 points (1999)
Born: September 18, 1974 in Toronto, Canada
Current Residence: Carson, Calif.
High School: Bishop Montgomery (Torrance, Calif.) '92
College: Southern California '96
Coach: Bob Kersee
Agent: Greg Foster
Career Highlights: 3rd, 1999 Pan American Games and 1999 U.S. Championships; 17th, 1999 World Outdoor Champs.
Employed as a teacher in Carson, Calif., Haynes has steadily improved in the heptathlon. She had her best year by far in 1999 when she set a PR, won bronze at the Pan Am Games and was third at the U.S. Outdoor championships.
1999: 3rd at USA Outdoors (5720)bronze at Pan Am Games (6000)17th at World Champs (5787)ranked #4 in U.S. by T&FNbest of 6000.
1998: 6th at USA Outdoorsranked #9 in U.S. by T&FNbest of 5653w.
1997: 9th at USA Outdoorsranked #9 in U.S. by T&FNbest of 5705.
1996: Won Pac-10 Champs2nd at NCAA Outdoors9th at Olympic Trialsranked #9 in U.S. by T&FNbest of 5891.
1995: 4th at Pac-10 Champs15th at NCAA Outdoorsbest of 5306w.
1994: 3rd at Pac-10 Champsbest of 5025.
1993: 7th at Pac-10 Champs2nd at USA Juniors4th at Pan Am Juniors7th at Olympic Festivalbest of 5128.
1992: No mark.
1991: No mark.
1990: 9th at USA Juniorsbest of 4449.