Tara Davis is a track and field athlete from the USA who specializes in long jump and hurdles. She is one of the American athletes who represented the USA in many international events, including the Olympics.
Davis competed in the 2020 Olympics held in Tokyo in the long jump event. She won her spot on the national team after finishing the trial games in second place. She continued her pace even in the finals of the Olympics but unfortunately could not win any medal as she finished sixth.
Quick Bio (Age, Birthday, & Quick Info)
|Date of Birth
|May 20, 1999
|24 years old
|Place of birth
|Greenville, South Carolina, USA
|Agoura Hills, California, USA
|Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA
|Track and Field Athlete
|5 ft 3 in (160 cm)
|Tara and Hunter
Tara Davis Net Worth and Earnings
Davis has been competing as a jumper and hurdler for quite some time.
During this time, she has won many events and even set records, which have helped her earn fame plus fortune.
So, though her net worth is not out, we can still assume that she has good earnings and decent net worth.
Physical Measurement (Height and Weight)
The 24 year old athlete has a great well built and ripped body.
She has an average height of 5 feet and 3 inches and weighs only 54 kg.
Her time in the field during the events and training has helped to maintain her shape.
Early Life, Parents, and Family
Davis was born in Greenville, South Carolina but grew up in Agoura Hills, California.
She got raised by her parents, Ty and Rayshon, along with her four elder siblings.
The hurdler grew up in a supportive and loving household with a close bond with her parents and siblings.
Her parents still come to support her during her events, and she also spends time with her siblings.
Davis has a satisfying personal life where she enjoys her time with her family and her fianceé.
Who is Tara Davis Husband?
Davis is engaged to her boyfriend of more than four years, Hunter Woodhall.
Like her, Woodjall is also an athlete. He is a two-time Paralympics winner who just won a bronze medal during the 2020 Summer Paralympics.
Woodhall got both legs amputated on his first day because of fibula hemimelia. The doctors told him that he could never walk, but he proved every one of them wrong.
Davis met Woodhall in Pocatello, Idaho, in 2017 during a high school meet. It was his birthday, so everyone wished him, including the announcer.
So, she took this opportunity and offered a hug to Woodhall as she found him charming the moment she saw him.
Like Davis, Woodhall was also interested in her. He had seen Davis a day before and was sure she was the girl he wanted to marry.
Since both were smitten with each other, they followed each other on Twitter and Instagram before starting texting and sending snaps.
Things escalated quickly from here, and the two started dating.
They had a long-distance relationship for the first four years of dating.
The couple had it hard at the start, but with time, they built their relationship around healthy communication, trust, and patience.
Their long distancing ended when they signed a contract with Champion, a sportswear brand, and started training together.
Their relationship grew stronger during the COVID when they had all the time to spend with each other.
Finally, after dating for four years, Woodhall popped the question in 2021 during their Mexican gateway.
Davis said yes, and now they are happily engaged.
Davis completed her high school in 2017 at Agoura High School.
After high school, she joined the University of Georgia before transferring to the University Of Texas.
She graduated from college just last year on her twenty-second birthday.
The Ventura county track and field athlete of the year started her career on track in high school.
In high school, she was a force to reckon with as the national high school record holder in the 100m hurdle.
Her record in the CIF California state meet was the best mark in history in all conditions.
Davis was a star hurdler and also a star jumper. Along with a record in hurdle, she also has a state record in the long jump.
The one-time Olympian continued her excellent performance on track even in college, where she became the first woman to clear 22 feet long jump in University of Texas history.
She had a glorious collegiate college with many wins and records. In college, she broke the college record in the 60m hurdle during the NCAA Indoor Track and Field event in 2018.
In the same year of her record, she also won third place in the World Junior Championship.
Before the Junior championship, Davis already had won the title of World Youth Champion and Pan American Junior Champion.
The hurdler had a glorious high school and collegiate career to back her up and soon even got a sponsorship contract from Champion.
Despite suffering from fractured vertebrae, broken ankle and hip, and even staying away from the field for a few seasons because of the college transfer rule, Davis did not give up and worked hard for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in the long jump.
She made it to the national team on her first try as she came in second place during the Olympics trial games.
Davis represented the USA in Olympics in Tokyo. Though she did not win any medal, she still made her country proud with her excellent performance and came in the sixth position in the final event.