Chaunté Lowe is an American athlete who participates in high jump. A four-time athlete who won the 2008 Olympic bronze medal, the 2005 World Championship silver medal and the 2012 indoor world gold medal. She finished sixth in the 2008 Olympic high jump final. , but was promoted to bronze in 2016 after three opponents were eliminated. . She is the US record holder for high school female jumping content with the outdoor distance of 2.05m in 2010, and holds the indoor record of 2.02m in 2012
|Sport||Track and field|
|Event(s)||High jump, long jump|
|College team||Georgia Tech|
|Coached by||Mario Lowe|
|Personal best(s)||High jump: 2.05 m (Des Moines, 2010), High jump (indoor): 2.02 m (Albuquerque, 2012)|
American track and field athlete and women's high jump record holder. She won a silver medal in 2005 at the Helsinki World Championships.
She won the 2001 California state high jump championship in high school.
She won the 2012 High Jump World Indoor Champion.
Married to Mario Lowe, a triple jumper.
She competed in the high jump, which was also the case for Jackie Joyner Kersee.
- American female high jump
- African American female athletes
- United States Olympic bronze medalist in track and field
Latest information about Chaunte Lowe updated on June 17 2021.