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Biography of Tori Bowie [Age, Height, Family, Awards, Net Worth & Salary]

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“We all have a story, and I wouldn’t trade my story for anything.” – Tori Bowie.

Tori Bowie, filled with passion and determination, is an American track and field athlete. Her primary field is to compete in the 100m and 200m, long jump, and sprinting events.

In the long jump, Bowie has a personal best of 6.95m, which she recorded in 2014.

Similarly, with years of hard work and sweat, she became the 2017 Champion in the 100m, and a three-time Olympian.

The amazing three-time Olympian, Tori Bowie.

With such amazing records and achievements, she got the opportunity to represent her country at the 2014 IAAF World Indoor Championships.

Torie Bowie: Quick Facts

Full name Frentorish “Tori” Bowie
Nickname Tori Bowie
Birthdate 27 August 1990
Birthplace Sand Hill, Rankin County, Mississippi
Residence Clermont, Florida
Nationality American
Ethnicity Afro-American
Religion Unknown
Zodiac Sign  Virgo
Age 31 years old
Father’s name Dennis Smith
Mother’s name Bobbie Dennis Smith
Sibling One
Sibling Name Tamara Bowie
High School  Pisgah High School
College University of Southern Mississippi
Marital status  Not Married
Ex-Boyfriend Unknown
Children None
Weight In Kgs: 58 kg
In lbs: 128 lb
Height In centimeters: 175 cm
In feet: 5 ft 9 in
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Black
Profession  Athlete
Country  America
Sport Track and field
Events  100 meters, 200 meters, Long Jump
Personal Best
  • 100 meters: 10.78 seconds
  • 200 meters: 21.77 seconds
  • Long Jump: 6.95 m
Achievements Olympic Games, World Championships
World Ranking
  • 31 in Women’s 100m
  • 236 in Women’s Overall Ranking
Salary Unknown
Net worth 1-5 million dollars
Food Habits  Unknown
Tattoo  No
Social Media TwitterInstagram 
Merch Trading Card, Poster
Last Update June, 2022

Tori Bowie is not a single child, and she has a sister named Tamara Bowie.

While attending the prestigious Pisgah High School, she started competing in track for the school.

She earned state medals in the 100m sprint, 200m dash, and long jump at such a young age. Similarly, she also won three state wins in the 4100-meter relay.

Being a multi-talented person, Bowie also competed on the state team in women’s basketball.

With such talent in sports, she was honored with an athletic scholarship to study interdisciplinary studies at the University of Southern Mississippi.

Similarly, in NCAA Division I events, she competed for the Southern Miss Golden Eagles and Lady Eagles.

She had her greatest performance in the long jump during her freshman year. She finished third in the Conference USA indoors and second in the Conference USA outdoors.

Likewise, her marvelous performance qualified her for the NCAA Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships, where she only leaped in qualifying.

Tori Bowie’s Career Journey

Advancement in her Early Career

Tori Bowie was the Conference USA indoor runner-up after setting an indoor best of 6.23m in the long jump in her second year of college competition.

Similarly, she finished third in the long jump and qualified for the 100-meter final at the outdoor Conference USA event.

Similar to the previous result, she again became qualified for the NCAA meet after setting a personal record of 6.43m in the long jump. In the NCAA, she came sixth in the final.

She competed at the 2019 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships at the national level, coming under top ten places overall.

At such a young age, Bowie had set numerous amount of records and achievements. However, in the 2011 season, she ascended to the top of the rankings.

At the beginning of the season, she had a long jump victory and a runner-up in the triple jump at the Conference USA indoors.

Similarly, with a jump of 6.52m, she won her maiden college championship at the NCAA Women’s Indoor Track and Field, in the long jump.

She also gained a triumph at the NCAA outdoor long jump with a record mark of 6.64m. With such admirable achievements, Tori Bowie was named the conference female athlete of the year.

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