Rachelle BOONE-SMITH

Rachelle Boone-Smith - U.S.A. - 2005 World Championship 200m silver medal

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 01 August 2005

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    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Tuesday, 30 June 1981
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Norfolk, Virginia, U.S.A.
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Rachelle BOONE-SMITH - U.S.A. - 2005 World Championship 200m silver medal

The main pictures above show the closing metres of the women's 200m final at the 2005

World Championships in Helsinki. Rachelle (lane 4) clocked an identical time of 22.31 with

Christine Arron (lane 5) but she was awarded the silver and Arron the bronze. Boone-Smith's

compatriot Allyson Felix (789, lane 6) won the Gold.

The left inset photo shows Rachelle in full flow during the 200m heats.


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Women's 200m Final.

2005 World Athletics Championships

1. Allyson FELIX   USA   22.16
2. Rachelle BOONE-SMITH   USA   22.31
3. Christine ARRON   FRA   22.31
4. Veronica CAMPBELL   JAM   22.38
5. LaTasha COLANDER   USA   22.66
6. Yuliya GUSHCHINA   RUS   22.75
7. Kim GEVAERT   BEL   22.86
8. Cydonie MOTHERSILL   CAY   23.00

 

 

ANNUAL PROGRESS 200 metres.

 

2011     22.89     +1.7     Eugene, OR     25 JUN
2010     23.35     +0.1     Belém 19 MAY
2009     22.87      -0.8     Belém 24 MAY
2007     22.31     +1.6     New York City, NY     02 JUN
2006     22.31     +0.3     Indianapolis, IN     25 JUN
2005     22.22     +0.3     Carson, CA     26 JUN (Personal best)
2004     22.69     -1.2     Sacramento, CA     18 JUL
2004     22.69     +0.5     Sacramento, CA     17 JUL
2003     22.87     +1.8     Minneapolis, MN     18 MAY
2002     23.35      0.0     Gainesville, FL     29 MAR
2001     23.29      0.0     Bloomington, IN     19 MAY
2000     23.37     +1.3     Bloomington, IN     13 MAY 

 

 

Career Highlights: 2006 USA Outdoor Champion; 2005 World Outdoor silver medalist;

2005 USA Outdoor Championship silver medalist; 2-time (2002, 2003) Big Ten Conference 200m champion;

2001 Big Ten 100m champion