Tiffany Ross-Williams

Tiffany Ross-Williams

American track and field athlete, 2008 Olympic participant
Date of Birth: 05.02.1983
Country: USA

  1. Biography of Tiffany Ross-Williams
  2. Early Career
  3. Break and Comeback
  4. Continued Success
  5. Olympic Hopeful
  6. Current Endeavors

Biography of Tiffany Ross-Williams

Tiffany Ross-Williams was born on February 5, 1983, in Miami, Florida. She is an American professional athlete specializing in hurdles. Tiffany received her primary education at Northwest School in Miami, where she began her involvement in track and field and quickly became a leading athlete in the school. In 2001, Tiffany graduated from high school and enrolled at the University of South Carolina. It was during her time at the university that she began achieving top results and securing high positions in championships.

Early Career

In 2002, Tiffany Ross won the "U.S. Juniors" championship and also secured second place in the "NCAA Outdoor" championship. That same year, she gained international experience by participating in the World Junior Championships, where she finished in fourth place. Tiffany became a member of the "Team USA World Junior" team. In the early years of her professional career, she achieved maximum results, winning numerous titles and victories.

Break and Comeback

In 2004, Tiffany Ross took a maternity leave and did not participate in any competitions, dedicating herself fully to her family. However, in 2005, after an extended break, she returned to the sport with renewed strength and determination. Tiffany confidently reclaimed her leading positions in hurdles, winning a series of major competitions and proving that she was in excellent form and focused on victory.

Continued Success

In 2005, Tiffany Ross-Williams placed third in the "NCAA Outdoors" championship. She also finished second in the 4x100m and 4x400m relays at the "NCAA Outdoors." In the same year, Tiffany earned her college degree.

Olympic Hopeful

In 2007, Tiffany became the first-place winner in competitions held in Santo Domingo and Fortaleza. She also successfully passed the qualifying tournament for the Olympic Games. In 2008, Tiffany Ross-Williams made her debut at the Olympics in Beijing, participating in the 400-meter hurdles. Great hopes are placed on her in this event, as the United States has not won a medal in this category for 12 years. The last American athletes to receive medals in this event were Kim Batten and Tonja Buford-Bailey at the 1996 Olympics.

Current Endeavors

Currently, Tiffany Ross-Williams trains at the "Reebok" club. Her personal sports agent is Steven Williams, and her coach is Brooke Johnson.