|Born||15 June 1996|
Saint George, Barbados
|Education||St. Augustine's University|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Weight||59 kg (130 lb)|
|Event(s)||400 metres hurdles|
|Coached by||George Williams|
Tia-Adana Djena Belle (born 15 June 1996) is a Barbadian athlete competing in the 400 metres hurdles.She represented her country at the 2016 Summer Olympics without advancing from the first round. In addition, she won the silver medal at the 2013 World Youth Championships.
|400 m hurdles||55.42||27 May 2017|
|2011||CARIFTA Games (U17)||Montego Bay, Jamaica||7th||400 m||58.02|
|2nd||4 × 400 m relay||3:44.61|
|2012||CARIFTA Games (U17)||Hamilton, Bermuda||4th||400 m||59.93|
|3rd||4 × 400 m relay||3:56.87|
| Central American and Caribbean|
Junior Championships (U18)
|San Salvador, El Salvador||2nd||400 m||55.92|
|2nd||400 m hurdles||60.68|
|2013||CARIFTA Games (U20)||Nassau, Bahamas||3rd||400 m hurdles||61.36|
|2nd||4 × 400 m relay||3:41.89|
|World Youth Championships||Donetsk, Ukraine||2nd||400 m hurdles||58.42|
|2014|| Central American and Caribbean|
Junior Championships (U20)
|Morelia, Mexico||1st||400 m hurdles||60.30|
|World Junior Championships||Eugene, United States||9th (h)||400 m hurdles||58.59|
|2015||Pan American Junior Championships||Edmonton, Canada||3rd||400 m hurdles||60.03|
|Pan American Games||Toronto, Canada||7th (h)||4 × 400 m relay||3:31.72 1|
|NACAC Championships||San José, Costa Rica||13th (h)||400 m hurdles||61.05|
|2016||NACAC U23 Championships||San Salvador, El Salvador||3rd||400 m hurdles||57.16|
|Olympic Games||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||27th (h)||400 m hurdles||56.68|
|2017||World Championships||London, United Kingdom||37th (h)||400 m hurdles||58.82|
|2018||Commonwealth Games||Gold Coast, Australia||12th (h)||400 m hurdles||56.55|
|Central American and Caribbean Games||Barranquilla, Colombia||12th (h)||400 m hurdles||58.42|
|NACAC Championships||Toronto, Canada||8th||400 m hurdles||58.82|
|2019||Pan American Games||Lima, Peru||5th||400 m hurdles||55.93|
|World Championships||Doha, Qatar||35th (h)||400 m hurdles||58.44|
1Disqualified in the final
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