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Jones, Marion

Born: 1975 AD
Currently alive, at 40 years of age.
Nationality: American
Categories: Athlete

US track and field athlete.

1975 – Born on the 12th of October.

Won the California state championship in the 100 meters representing Rio Mesa and Thousand Oaks high schools.

1992 – Invited to participate in the Olympic trials, she made to the team as an alternate in the 4×100 relays, but she refused the invitation.

1997 – Won the 100 meter at the 1997 World Championships in Athens, while finishing 10th in the long jump.

1999 – Jones attempted in the World Championships to win four titles, but injured herself in the 200 m after a gold in the 100 m and a long jump bronze.

2000 – Sydney Olympic Jones finished with three golds and two bronzes.

         – Won gold medal in Olympic 100-meter dash.

         – Won gold medal in Olympic 200-meter dash.

         – Bronze medal in Olympic long jump.

         – Co-won gold medal in Olympic 4×400-meter relay.

         – Co-won gold medal in Olympic 4×100-meter relay.

2005 – Claimed that winning the gold medal at the 2008 Olympics remains her "ultimate goal."

2006 – Jones won the 100 metre dash at Gaz de France with a 10.93.