Jasmine Johnson is a mechanical engineering student at Georgia Tech. She has been an athlete her whole life, and she’s already making history as one of the best runners in American history. She earned All-American honors at both high school and college, as well as winning multiple NCAA championships over those years. Her success led to her being named an alternate for both the 2008 and 2012 US Olympic teams. In 2014, Jasmine won the International Association of Athletics Federation’s Diamond Race for the 1500 meters event; her personal best time remains an American record.
Jasmine Johnson is a Georgia native who studies mechanical engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Jasmine Johnson is a Georgia native who studies mechanical engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. She’s an American record holder in the 1500 meters, and she has been a commentator for television after she retired from track and field.
She won several state championships in high school, including two indoor titles as well as outdoor track titles during her junior year. In addition to these achievements, Jasmine also played volleyball for four years at North Gwinnett High School before transferring to Edison High School where she continued playing soccer until she graduated from there too!
She was a high school standout in track and field and cross country, winning multiple state championships.
Jasmine was a high school standout in track and field, winning multiple state championships. She was a natural athlete who had a great runner’s body and speed.
She won the NCAA championship in the 1500 meters, beating out many other top runners at her level. She also won six World Championship gold medals in athletics and two Olympic gold medals in gymnastics
She competed in three Olympic Trials, and was an alternate for both the 2008 and 2012 US Olympic teams.
Jasmine Johnson is a professional athlete who has competed in three Olympic Trials, and was an alternate for both the 2008 and 2012 US Olympic teams. She also holds the distinction of being the first woman to qualify for both 1500 meters at those trials (2008) and 3000 meters at both trials (2012).
In 2011 she won the 1500 m and 5000 m gold medals at the IAAF World Championships in Daegu, South Korea; she also finished second overall in that event’s final after running her best time ever over 3000 m on her way to claiming bronze. In 2012 she again won gold over 5000 m at USATF outdoor championships held that year–this time behind Olympian Shalane Flanagan–and took silver behind Flanagan herself at USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships held just last month [June 12].
In 2014, she won the International Association of Athletics Federation’s Diamond Race for the 1500 meters.
In 2014, she won the International Association of Athletics Federation’s Diamond Race for the 1500 meters. The Diamond Race was an annual series of track and field events held in Europe. It began as an invitational meeting hosted by the IAAF in 2003 and has been held every two years since its inception except for 2007 when it was replaced with a new event called “Diamond League.” During this period, athletes competed in one of five disciplines: 100m hurdles; 200m sprints; long jump; triple jump (first four) and high jump (first three).
The winner of each race received points towards their total score which determined how many points they received per discipline won during that year’s competition.
Her personal best time for that event is still an American record.
Jasmine Johnson’s personal best time for the 1500 meters is 4:01.05, and she set that record in 2006. But it still stands today at Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
She is a five-time All-American and seven-time NCAA champion.
Jasmine Johnson is a five-time All-American, seven-time NCAA champion and winner of the International Association of Athletics Federation’s Diamond Race for the 1500 meters. She holds several American records in track and field including her personal best time for that event–still an American record: 3:57.27 (which she ran at Olympic trials). Johnson won her first Olympic medal in 1984 when she took silver in the 1,500m final; she went on to win four gold medals at Los Angeles Olympics between 1984 to 1992.
She was inducted into USA Track & Field Hall of Fame in 2001 along with six other women athletes who represented their country at those Games during that decade including Florence Griffith Joyner from 1988 through 1992 when she became world record holder with 953/1000 m run – until Mary Decker Magerko broke it again after being stripped off due to doping violation earlier this year!
She finished with eleven World Championships medals, including six gold medals.
Jasmine Johnson is a former American track and field athlete. She is most famous for her success in the 400 meters, 800 meters and 1500m events.
She has won a lot of medals in her career, including six gold medals. She also finished with eleven World Championships medals, including six gold medals.
Summer Sanders has been a television host/commentator ever since retiring from swimming in 1995.
Summer Sanders has been a television host/commentator since retiring from swimming in 1995. She was the first woman to win five medals in a single Olympic games, and is also a five-time world champion. Between her career as an athlete and commentator, Sanders has made appearances on shows like Good Morning America and SportsCenter talking about sports news or entertainment topics such as dating advice for athletes and how to deal with criticism when competing at the highest level of your field.
Johnson has been very successful as both an athlete and an engineer!
Jasmine Johnson is a great athlete and an even better engineer. She has been very successful in both careers, which is why she’s such a role model for young girls who dream of doing what she does.
Johnson is a very talented and successful athlete, but she has also been an engineer. She is one of the best middle distance runners in history, and she has continued to be a competitive runner as well. She is also an engineer who studies mechanical engineering at Georgia Tech! This shows that even with all these different areas of expertise, we can still be successful at both.