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Ristanna Tracey

Ristananna Tracey, born May 9, 1992 is a Jamaican athlete who specializes in the 400mh. She has represented Jamaica at four consecutive World Championships reaching the semi-final in 2011 and 2013 and earning a bronze medal in 2017.

In 2016 she made her first Olympic team and made her first final at a global event at the senior level. She produced a then personalbest if 54.15 to finish 5th in that finals. Ristananna is also a two time national champion. In London 2017 Ristananna ran a lifetime best of 53. 74 seconds to cop bronze medal, her first individual medal at the senior level. In doing so also she has also produced the first individual medal for the SprinTec Track Club for which she represents.

Personal Best

  • 200m- 23.88
  • 400m- 51.95
  • 400mh- 53.74
  • 800m- 2:03.97

Achievements

  • 16th IAAF World Championships – London, United Kingdom     3rd
  • XXXI Olympic Games – Rio Janeiro, Brazil     5th
  • 15th IAAF World Championships – Beijing  7th h3
  • 14th IAAF World Championships – Moscow  5th Sf2
  • 13th IAAF World Championships – Daegu   4thSf3
  • 13th IAAF World Junior Championships – Moncton   5th
  • 6th IAAF World Youth Championships- Bressanone  8th