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Jenna Prandini
Jenna Prandini
Personal information
Nationality  United States
Born (1992-11-20) November 20, 1992 (age 25)
Clovis, California, U.S.
Residence Eugene, Oregon, U.S.
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Weight 121 lb (55 kg)
Sport
Sport Track & Field
Event(s) Sprint Long Jump
Club Puma
Coached by Robert Johnson & Curtis Taylor
Achievements and titles
Personal best(s)

Jenna Prandini (born November 20, 1992) is an American track and field athlete, known for sprinting, but originally began her career doing jumping events. She is the 2015 National Champion at 200 meters.[1] She preceded the National Championship completing her senior year at the University of Oregon[2] winning the 100 meters at the 2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships. The previous year she had won the long jump. She also was a runner up in the 200 meters both years, runner up in the long jump in 2015 and third place in the 100 meters in 2014.[3] Jenna is 2nd female to win NCAA 100 meters & National Outdoor 200 meters in the same year (Merlene Ottey, 1982).[4] Prandini qualified for the 2016 Summer Olympics at 200 meters by placing third at the Olympic trials.[5]

Prandini came to Oregon with the same triple threat credentials, winning all three events (100m, 200m and long jump) at the 2011 CIF California State Meet for Clovis High School in Clovis, California.[6] Her junior year saw her winning both the long jump and triple jump, while finishing second in the 100 meters.[7] In 2011, she also won the US Junior Championship in the long jump.[8]

By coincidence, all of Prandini's major championships have essentially occurred at home. The CIF meet is held in Clovis at cross town Buchanan High School, the NCAA Championships and USA Outdoor Championships were at Hayward Field at the University of Oregon, though for the Junior Championships, also at Hayward Field, she moved to Oregon for school three months later.

Professional

With her bests all in 2015, Jenna Prandini has achieved the 2016 Olympic standard in the 100 meters, 200 meters and Long Jump.

National titles

Personal records

Indoor personal records

  • 60-meter dash indoor - 7.15 seconds (2015)
  • 200-meter dash indoor - 22.52 seconds (2015)
  • Long jump - 6.65 m (21 ft 9 in) (2015)

Major Competitions

Championship Event Mark Place Date
California State High School Track and Field championship LJ 19'2.75" w(1.1) 4th May 31, 2008
California State High School Track and Field championship TJ 39'9" w(1.1) 6th June 4, 2009
California State High School Track and Field championship LJ 20'5.75" w(3.2) 1st June 4, 2010
California State High School Track and Field championship TJ 42'7.25" w(2.2) 1st June 4, 2010
California State High School Track and Field championship 100m 11.42 w(2.0) 2nd June 4, 2010
California State High School Track and Field championship LJ 19'11.75" w(0) 1st June 4, 2011
California State High School Track and Field championship 200m 23.81 w(0.1) 1st June 4, 2011
California State High School Track and Field championship 100m 11.69 w(-0.3) 1st June 4, 2011
USATF Junior national championships 100m 11.51 w(1.1) 5th June 23, 2011
USATF Junior national championships 200m 23.75 w(0.9) 5th June 23, 2011
USATF Junior national championships LJ 6.24m 20-5 ¾ 1st June 23, 2011
MPSF Indoor Track and Field Championships 60m 7.34 2nd Feb 23, 2013
NCAA Division I Indoor Championships 60m 7.38 5th Mar 9, 2013
Pac-12 Track & Field Championships 4x100m 43.81 1st May 12, 2013
Pac-12 Track & Field Championships 200m 23.15 3rd May 12, 2013
Pac-12 Track & Field Championships 100m 11.46 1st May 12, 2013
Pac-12 Track & Field Championships LJ 6.15m 20' 2.25" 5th May 12, 2013
NCAA Division I National Championships 4x100m 43.80 4th June 8, 2013
NCAA Division I National Championships 4x400m 3:28.24 4th June 8, 2013
NCAA Division I National Championships 100m 11.43 7th June 8, 2013
USATF national championship 100m 11.90 25th Jun 28, 2013
NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field Championships 60m 7.32 7th Mar 15, 2014
Pac-12 Track & Field Championships 200m 22.60 1st May 18, 2014
Pac-12 Track & Field Championships 100m 11.21 1st May 18, 2014
Pac-12 Track & Field Championships 4x100m 43.77 2nd May 18, 2014
Pac-12 Track & Field Championships LJ 6.38m 20' 11.25" 1st May 18, 2014
NCAA Division I National Championships 200m 22.63 (w) 2nd June 14, 2014
NCAA Division I National Championships LJ 6.55m 21' 6" 1st June 14, 2014
NCAA Division I National Championships 100m 11.42 3rd June 14, 2014
MPSF Indoor Track and Field Championships 60m 7.19 1st Feb 28, 2015
NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field Championships 60m 7.24 4th Mar 15, 2015
NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field Championships 200m 22.74 2nd Mar 15, 2015
NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field Championships LJ 6.65m 21' 10" 1st Mar 15, 2015
NCAA Division I National Championships 200m 22.21 2nd June 14, 2015
NCAA Division I National Championships LJ 6.80m 22' 3.75" 2nd June 14, 2015
NCAA Division I National Championships 100m 10.96 (w) 1st June 14, 2015
USA championships 100m 10.96 6th June 28, 2015
USA championships 200m 22.20 w(+0.4) 1st June 28, 2015
World Championships 200m 22.87 13th Aug 27, 2015
World Championships 4 × 100 m 41.68 2nd Aug 29, 2015
2016 Olympic Trials 100m 10.96 5th July 3, 2016
2016 Olympic Trials 200m 22.53 3rd July 10, 2016
Athletics at the 2016 Summer Olympics - Women's 200 metres 200m 22.55 10th August 16, 2016
USA championships 100m 11.35 w(-1.2) 13th June 23, 2017
USA championships 200m 23.16 w(-2.5) 7th June 25, 2017

References

  1. ^ "Women 200 Meter Dash SR". flashresults.com. Retrieved . 
  2. ^ "Jenna Prandini - GoDucks.com - The University of Oregon Official Athletics Web Site". goducks.com. Retrieved . 
  3. ^ "TFRRS | NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships". tfrrs.org. Retrieved . 
  4. ^ https://twitter.com/DyeStatCAL/status/615369124852580352
  5. ^ "Ex-Clovis star Jenna Prandini makes U.S. Olympic team in 200". Fresno Bee. Retrieved 2016. 
  6. ^ "State Finals - 2011". lynbrooksports.prepcaltrack.com. Retrieved . 
  7. ^ "State Finals - 2010". lynbrooksports.prepcaltrack.com. Retrieved . 
  8. ^ "USA Track & Field - LJ". usatf.org. Retrieved . 

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