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Birthday 9-25-67,  Hometown- St Charles, Mo

Daughter: Heidi Kay, born 1-5-05

High School: Francis Howell High School (1985)        College: Arkansas State University (BS Marketing 1990) 

Track and Field Accomplishments 

                       Personal Best Jumps        199   (6.03m)   Outdoors         19'9"  (6.02m)  Indoors

2008

  • US Olympic Team (US Olympic Trials Silver Medalist - 18'8 1/4")

  • Set 5 Masters (40-44 age) World Records Indoors (Highest 18'8 1/4", Stuttgart Germany)

  • Set 3 Masters (40-44 age) World Records Outdoors (Highest 18'10, St Charles, MO)

2007

  • US National Indoor Champion

  • World Ranked #8, US Ranked #3

2006

  • US Outdoor Championship Bronze Medalist

  • World Ranked #18, US Ranked #4

2005

  • World Ranked #23, US Ranked #5

2004

  • World Ranked #10, US Ranked #4

2003

  • US Outdoor National Champion, member US World Championship Team

  • World Ranked #8, US Ranked #2

2002

  • Set Three American Records Indoors becoming the first American to top 6 meters (19'8 1/4')

    • 6.00m 19'8 1/4",  6.01m 19'8 3/4", and 6.02 19'9" (Sindelfingen, Germany)

  • US Outdoor National Champion

  • World Athletics Final Gold Medalist - Paris, France

  •   World Cup Silver Medalist - Madrid Spain

  • World and US Ranked #1

2001

  • World Ranked #2, US Ranked #1

2000

  • Set American Record 6.03 (19'9 1/2"), Jonesboro, AR

  • World Ranked #3, US Ranked #2

1999

  • World Indoor Championship Silver Medalist, Maebashi, Japan 19'6 1/2" (American Indoor Record)

  • US Indoor (American Record 19'5) and US Outdoor (American Record 19'9) Champion

  • World Ranked #2, US Ranked #1

1998

  • Goodwill Games Champion, American Record 19'8 1/2"

  • US Outdoor Champion

  • 1st American to jump 6 meters, American Record 19'8 1/4", Paris, France

  • World Rank #2, US Rank #1

1997

  • 1st American to clear 19' or higher 10 times in a single season

  • US Ranked #5

1996

  • US Olympic Team, (11th Place Atlanta Games)

  • US Olympic Trials Silver Medalist, (1st 19' jump)

  • US Ranked #4

1995

  • US Ranked #7

  • US Olympic Festival Silver Medalist (Colorado Springs, CO)

1994

  • US Olympic Festival Gold Medalist (St Louis, MO)

1992

  • US Olympic Trials Finalist (13th place)

                       

 

                        

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