Track & Field
Tianna Bartoletta is a United States Olympian athlete for track and field. She was born on August 30, 1985 in Elyria, Ohio. Tianna competes in the 60m, 100m, 200m, 4x100m and long jump events. At the 2012 London Olympics, Tianna placed 4th in the 100-meter dash with 10.85, a personal best. Tianna was the lead leg for the women’s 4×100-meter relay with Allyson Felix, Carmelita Jeter, and Bianca Knight. Together this all-star team brought home the Olympic gold medal for the USA, breaking the the world record by half a second with a 40.82 run. Her affinity for track and field began at an early age where she competed at Elyria High School prior to competing as a University of Tennessee Lady Vol. In 2005, Tianna held the Long Jump world title. Tianna lives in Tampa, FL and is currently training and competing with the US Bobsled Team.
Tianna is Founder and President of Club 360, a club for young women everywhere built around the three core principles of honor, integrity, and self- respect. Tianna saw the need for a positive role model in the lives of young women and aims to educate Club 360 members with a positive solution geared to combat the issues young women face due to unhealthy choices motivated by negative influence.