Who is Tara Davis' boyfriend Hunter Woodhall? Long jumper dating paralympic athlete for 4 years

Tara Davis and Hunter Woodhall said that they were around 16 when they first saw each other


                            Who is Tara Davis' boyfriend Hunter Woodhall? Long jumper dating paralympic athlete for 4 years
Tara Davis, second place in the Women's Long Jump Final, celebrates with boyfriend and Paralympian Hunter Woodhall on day nine of the 2020 US Olympic Track & Field Team Trials at Hayward Field on June 26, 2021 in Eugene, Oregon (Photo by Steph Chambers/Ge

Tara Davis needed only one attempt during the preliminaries to qualify for the finals of the women’s long jump at the Tokyo Olympics and her bold entrance for the finale on Tuesday, August 3, won everyone's heart. Now, Davis' fans want to know more about the long jumper.

Davis qualified fourth of the 12 finalists for the Tuesday, August 3m finals. Davis, who has family from Greenville, first started competing when she was just 4 years old, for the Wylie Flyers before moving to California. She won California state high school championships in the long jump, triple jump and 100-meter hurdles and was a Gatorade National High School Athlete of the Year.

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Born on May 20, 1999, Davis won the NCAA indoor (22-9) and outdoor (21-11 3/4) long jump titles this past season for the University of Texas. She also set a US college record in the outdoor long jump with a leap of 23-5 1/4 at the 93rd Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays, which are named for a former Greenville coach. Davis's father Ty Davis, a former Greenville Lion football player and track and field runner, has been coaching her in Tokyo. Her grandmother Roz Lane, who is a retired realtor in Greenville, planned to watch the Olympics at a resort in Orlando. Davis' ethnicity is African-American.

Tara Davis, second place in the Women's Long Jump Final, celebrates with boyfriend and Paralympian Hunter Woodhall on day nine of the 2020 US Olympic Track & Field Team Trials at Hayward Field on June 26, 2021, in Eugene, Oregon (Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images)

Tara Davis and Paralympian Hunter Woodhall's love story might as well be acted out in Netflix's next rom-com. The pro athletes are on their way to the Olympic and Paralympic Games this summer. The couple met for the first time in 2017 at a track meet. The pair has previously spilled the details about the start of their relationship. The couple said that they were around 16 at the time and that they traveled to the Simplot Games in Idaho. The couple captured each other's attention at different times. Hunter saw Tara race the hurdles, and told his best friend, "Damn, that girl is fine. I'm gonna marry that girl." Later in the day, Tara saw Hunter stretching before his 400-meter event and sparks flew instantly. "I just saw him and was like, 'Ooh, who's that?'" Tara recalled. "I kinda just stared at him for a little bit." Tara is from California and Hunter is from Utah.

Tara Davis, second place in the Women's Long Jump Final, celebrates with boyfriend and Paralympian Hunter Woodhall on day nine of the 2020 US Olympic Track & Field Team Trials at Hayward Field on June 26, 2021, in Eugene, Oregon (Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images)

Born on February 17, 1999, Hunter Woodhall is a Track and Field athlete, who made his international debut in 2015 with a silver and bronze medal at the 2015 IPC Athletics World Championships. Later, Woodhall won a bronze and silver medal at the 2016 Summer Paralympics. After graduating from Syracuse High School, he became the first double amputee to earn an NCAA Division I scholarship.

On Tuesday, August 3, as soon as people noticed Davis making a bold entrance at the Olympics long jump finale, they started praising her. One Internet user said, "Tara Davis kinda looking nice, officially a long jump fan." While another one shared a video and said, "Tara Davis doing the athlete presentation the right way. #Olympics #Athletics #TeamUSA."



 



 

Another one shared a video and said, "Tara Davis (in the background) is my new favorite Olympic athlete." Kerith Burke shared a picture from the event and said, "Rayshon Davis, long-jumper Tara Davis’ mom, roars with excitement at the Team USA watch party when her daughter is introduced before the competition begins."



 



 

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