Height
6'2
Class
Senior
Hometown
Leonville, La.
Previous School
Barton County CC
High School
Beau Chene HS

2005 USA Outdoor Championships – 1st, Triple Jump; 4th, Long Jump
2005 USA Indoor Championships – 1st, Triple Jump
2004 Olympic Games – 11th, Triple Jump; 23rd, Long Jump
2004 Olympic Trials – 2nd, Triple Jump; 4th, Long Jump
2003 World Outdoor Championships – 7th, Long Jump
2003 World Indoor Championships – 2nd, Triple Jump
2003 USA Outdoor Championships – 1st, Long Jump
2002 USA Outdoor Championships – 1st, Triple Jump
2001 World outdoor Championships – 5th, Triple Jump
2000 Olympic Games – 11th, Triple Jump

School Record Holder:
Triple Jump (indoor): 56-6 1/2 (March 9, 2002, NCAA Championships, Fayetteville, Ark.)
Triple Jump (outdoor) *: 57-8 1/2 (June 23, 2002, USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, Palo Alto, Calif.)
Long Jump (indoor): 26-9 (March 8, 2002, NCAA Championships, Fayetteville, Ark.)
* Also an SEC record

The most decorated man in Tiger track history … Six-time national champion … Nine-time All-American … Seven-time SEC champion … Holds three LSU school records … Went a perfect 17-0 in the triple jump during his collegiate career.

SENIOR SEASON (2002)
Named the USTCA Men’s National Track Athlete of the Year, the Mondo Track Athlete of the Year and the SEC’s Male Athlete of the Year … Was critical in the Tigers’ outdoor national title run, winning both the long jump (26-6 1/4), the triple jump (56-10 3/4) and running the lead leg on LSU’s national champion 4×100-meter relay team … Became just the sixth man in NCAA history, and the first since 1998, to sweep the horizontal jumps at the NCAA Outdoor Championships … Also won the national title in the triple jump at the NCAA Indoor Championships (56-6 1/2) … Mark set both LSU and SEC records in the event … Finished second in the long jump at that NCAA Indoors (26-9) … Also swept the horizontal jump titles at the SEC Outdoor Championships, winning both the triple jump (54-6 1/2) and the long jump (26-5 3/4) … Won his second straight SEC title in the indoor triple jump (56-2 1/2) … His jump at the SEC Indoor Championships marked the first 56-foot indoor jump in LSU history … Made history at the Penn Relays becoming the first man in meet history to sweep the horizontal jump titles in consecutive years … In 2002, he was crowned the champion of the long jump and triple jump with marks of 26-8 1/2 and 54 11 1/2, respectively … Won the long jump at the Texas Relays with a leap of 26-7 3/4 … Won the long jump at the New York Armory Invitational (25-7) … Swept the long jump and triple jump titles at the adidas Invitational, posting winning marks of 25-6 1/4 and 54-4, respectively.

JUNIOR SEASON(2001)
Established himself as the dominant horizontal jumper in the nation, winning the NCAA Indoor and Outdoor titles in the triple jump, while finishing second indoors and outdoors in the long jump … At the NCAA Indoor Championships he came up huge for the Tigers, scoring 18 of their 34 points to lead them to their first NCAA Indoor crown despite not being 100 percent … Moved from ninth to second on his final attempt in the long jump and went from fifth to first in his final attempt in the triple jump at the NCAA Indoor Championships … Became only the fourth man in SEC history to sweep the horizontal jumps at the SEC Outdoor Championships, winning both the long and triple jump titles … Also swept the long and triple jump titles at the SEC Indoor Championships … Became only the fourth man in the 107-year history of the Penn Relays to win both the long and triple jump titles … Broke the LSU record in the indoor triple jump in his first outing in purple and gold and eventually set LSU records of 55-11 3/4 in the triple jump indoors and 26-8 1/2 in the indoor long jump … Broke the LSU outdoor record in the triple jump with a leap of 56-6 at the IAAF World Championships in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada last summer … Registered the mark in winning his flight in the prelims … Finished fifth in the triple jump at the World Championships … Made his second straight U.S. squad after finishing third in the triple jump at the USA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Ore. … Davis went undefeated in the triple jump in collegiate competition in the 2001 season and suffered just four defeats in the long jump – all to NCAA champion Savante Stringfellow of Ole Miss … A member of the U.S. Olympic team in Sydney in 2000, he qualified for both the long and triple jumps but competed in the triple only, finishing 11th … A transfer from Barton County Community College.

PRIOR TO LSU (Barton County Community College)
NJCAA Outdoor Triple Jump Champion, the 2000 NJCAA Outdoor Long Jump Champion (Runner-up in 1999). 1999-2000 NJCAA Indoor Triple and Long Jump … Finished fifth in the triple jump at the 1999 U.S. World Trials in Eugene, Ore., just missing a spot at the World Championships … Barton County record holder in Triple Jump and Long Jump … Davis didn’t start out in track & field, he was an all-state basketball player who decided to try track his junior year of high school… Got his qualifying mark for the Olympic Trials last year at the LSU Last Ditch at Bernie Moore Stadium where he jumped a then- PR 56-0 … Placed 11th in the triple jump at the Olympics with a jump of 54-6 … Finished third in long jump at Olympic Trials (26-07.25), and third in triple jump (55-03) … Owns a PR of 26-9.25 in the long jump, set in the qualifying rounds at Olympic in Sacramento, Calif.

 

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