Tiffeny Parker

Team USA Heptathlete

Dallas, TX

Tiffeny Parker’s athletic career started out as a top California ranked triple jumper.  Parker’s career as a heptathlete started with a transfer from the University of New Mexico to Multi-event legendary school Azusa Pacific University (home of 04’/08’ gold medalist Decathlete Bryan Clay). With some earlier career injuries & disappointments, this struggling athlete who was once told she would never make it, has developed into an elite seasoned athlete that will continue to preserver until completion. 

Starting the Heptathlon as a late bloomer, Parker has proven year by year that her hard work will not go unnoticed. Making Multiple USA nationals appearances, 2015 has been the break though year. And JUST in time, she has set new personal bests marks consistently this year that will sit together nicely in the 2016 Heptathlon season. Learning how to “completely submerge herself “inside of the heptathlon has pulled her into the pack of the top 15 USA athletes training for three spots on the 2016 USA team.

2016 is not the ending point, and Tiffeny has hopes of continuing her athletic career post 2016.  Vowing to compete with purpose, this spunky life-living athlete will definitely make her mark in 2016. With her faith in front and a powerful team of coaches behind her, Tiffeny be on the watch this Olympic year.

Accomplishments

USA Championships
2015 USA Outdoor Championships (5580)
2015 USA Indoor Championships Heptathlon (3870)
2014 USA Indoor Championships Pentathlon (3730)
2013 USA Indoor Championships Pentathlon (3640)
2012 USA Indoor Championships Pentathlon (3620)
2004 Junior Olympics (4733)
 
International Championships
2015- USA Sr. Capital Cup Heptathlon (5557)
2012- Pan American Sr. heptathlon (5,440)


Post- Collegiate High Performance Meets
2015- Olympic Training Center Heptathlon (5732)
2015- Occidental Invite High Jump (runner up) (1.77)
2015- Mount. Sac Elite section Heptathlon (5663)
2014- Mount. Sac Elite section Heptathlon (5562)
2013- High Performance Olympic Training Center (5423)
2013- High Performance Olympic Training Center 100mh (13.57)
2012- Mount. Sac Elite section Heptathlon (5216)