Tara Davis Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education, Biography

Tara Davis Net Worth

Tara Davis is an American track and field athlete know all about Tara Davis Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children , Education and Biography

Name Tara Davis
Birthdate ( Age) 20 May 1999
Place of Birth Frisco, Texas
Marital Status In Realationship
Husband/Partner Hunter Woodhall
Children Not Yet
Parents Ty Davis, Rayshon Davish
Profession American Track and Field athlete
Net Worth $1 Million- $2 Million

Tara Davis is an American track and field athlete. She is that the American junior record holder within the indoor long jump.She broke the record February 11, 2017 at the Dumanis Sports Group Prep Classic in Frisco, Texas, jumping 6.68 m . Davis is additionally a hurdler. She qualified for the 2020 Summer Olympics by Jumping 7.04 meters to put second at the Olympic Trials.

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Tara Davis Family

Tara Davis is Daughter of Ty Davis, Rayshon Davish.Davis, whose father Ty Davis and grandparents Reecy Davis Jr. and Roz Lane are from Greenville, leaped 22 feet, 9 inches to win the national title and set a new collegiate indoor record, new meet record and new facility record at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville this past weekend.

Tara Davis Family

Later within the year, running for Agoura highschool , she won three events at the CIF California State Meet. Her win within the 100 meters hurdles in 12.83 beat the National highschool record, but it had been aided by a +3.7 mps wind. Her mark is that the best under all conditions in history.

She also set the state record within the long jump. Her 22 ft 1 in (6.73 m) beat the 24-year-old record by disgraced Olympian Marion Jones, who at the time jumped for an additional Marmonte League school, Thousand Oaks highschool .

A few weeks earlier, she had run the hurdles in 12.89 at the Ventura County meet.Video on YouTube it had been the second fastest wind legal race in history. She was selected Ventura County Track and Field Athlete of the Year.After graduating highschool , she attended the University of Georgia where she was coached by Petros Kyprianou.

Tara Davis Husband

Tara Davis Husband

Tara Davis is in relatioship with Boyfriend Hunter Woodhall. Tara Davis and Hunter Woodhall fellow track and field athlete Tara Davis, are both competing in Tokyo this summer. Davis, 22, qualified for the Tokyo Olympics within the women’s long jump during the Olympic trials in Eugene, Oregon, on Saturday, according to her school, University of Texas at Austin.

Tara Davis Net Worth

Tara Davis is an American track and field athlete who has an estimated Net Worth of $1 Million- $2 Million in 2022.

Tara Davis Professional Career

As a University of Georgia student athlete, Davis broke Klaudia Siciarz’s world under-20 record within the 60 m hurdles with a time of seven .98 seconds, during the 2018 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships. within the same meet, she came 3rd within the long jump, completing a University of Georgia sweep. She finished behind Keturah Orji and Kate Hall.

After a season at Georgia, she transferred to the University of Texas. She didn’t get to compete until the 2019–2020 track season, due to transfer rules. She went on to appeal her old coach’s decision to carry her from being released from the team.In 2021, she jumped 7.14m at the Texas Relays in Austin to line the collegiate record. The jump placed her within the top 30 of all time.

“I actually surprise myself every time I jump. I didn’t think I’d be here, being able to run track again and being able to just wake up in the morning. I really take it as the opposite of taking it for granted,” Davis told the Texan after her win.

In order to make the Olympic team, the top three finishers in each event at the qualifier had to meet the standard set by World Athletics. Ahead of the event, Davis already often exceeded that standard.

Earlier on in her collegiate career, the journey was not always so sweet.  Davis had a messy transfer out of the University of Georgia, and as a result had to sit out her sophomore season (her first at UT). The athlete has also overcome foot, back and knee injuries that have sidelined her for months throughout her career  in addition to dealing with depression.