Tiombe Hurd (born August 17, 1973, in Seattle, Washington) is an American triple jumper. After winning the 2004 US Olympic Trials, she represented her native country at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece, where she didn't reach the final. Her personal best jump is 14.45 metres, achieved in July 2004 in Sacramento. This was the American record at the time.
Competed in the 2010 US Masters National Outdoor Championship, and winning the TJ with a Masters American Record mark.
|Representing United States|
|1995||Universiade||Fukuoka, Japan||8th||Triple jump||12.95 m|
|1998||Goodwill Games||Uniondale, United States||3rd||Triple jump||13.63 m|
|1999||Pan American Games||Winnipeg, Canada||5th||Triple jump||13.69 m|
|2001||World Indoor Championships||Lisbon, Portugal||3rd||Triple jump||14.19 m|
|World Championships||Edmonton, Canada||13th (q)||Triple jump||13.96 m|
|Goodwill Games||Brisbane, Australia||6th||Triple jump||13.40 m|
|2003||Pan American Games||Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic||5th||Triple jump||13.68 m|
|2004||Olympic Games||Athens, Greece||22nd (q)||Triple jump||13.98 m|
|2007||NACAC Championships||San Salvador, El Salvador||5th||Triple jump||13.22 m|
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