Tianna Bartoletta


Tianna Bartoletta is an American track and field athlete who competes primarily in the long jump and the 4x100 meters relay. She won a gold medal in the long jump at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics and three World Championship gold medals. Bartoletta is known for her speed and power and is considered one of the best long jumpers in the world. She also competed at the 2012 London Olympics and won a gold medal with the US team in the 4x100 m relay. Bartoletta also went on to win the 2017 World Championship in the 4x100m relay.

Bartoletta attended the University of Tennessee. She won the SEC Indoor Long Jump, SEC Outdoor Long Jump, NCAA Indoor Long Jump, and NCAA Outdoor Long Jump titles, and both Indoor and Outdoor All-America honors. She was named Academic All-SEC and a Lady Vol Academic Honor Roll member.

Tianna is currently third all-time on the University of Tennessee's indoor performer lists in the 60m dash and long jump, fifth all-time in the triple jump and 55m, and sixth in the 200m.

Bartoletta was selected as the SEC Freshman Outdoor Field Events Athlete of the Year. She also won the long jump and 55m at the SEC Invitational, the long jump at the Penn State National Open, the Sea Ray Relays, the Knoxville Invitational, and the Gatorade Classic, and ran the opening 200-meter leg that set collegiate meet, stadium and school records in the sprint medley baton event at the Penn Relays for Tennessee. She is ranked first all-time in Tennessee’s history of the outdoor long jump at 6.89 meters.