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CHAUNTE' LOWE is the story of determination perseverance and strength.  Not only is Lowe a mother of 3, a wife and a motivational speaker; she is also a professional athlete, an American Record Holder, a 4-time Olympian, a 3-Time World Championship medalist, and 12 times US National Champion. Lowe was able to realize her childhood dream of going to the Olympics at only 20-years-old, making her the first woman from Georgia Tech’s track and field team to become an Olympian.  The following year, Lowe won silver at the 2005 World Championships to become the first American woman to win a world outdoor championships high jump medal since 1983. Lowe is always a crowd favorite with impossibly defined abs, dramatic dance moves, and even the occasional backflip. In addition to serving kids in her local community with FCA Chaunte will be training for her 5th Olympics to represent team USA one more time through chemo treatments as she battles breast cancer.

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Georgia Institute of Technology May, 2008

BS Economics, Dean’s List honors



• 2016 Olympic Games Rio, Brazil

• 2015 World Championship Beijing, China

• 2014 Continental Cup Rabat, Morocco

• 2012 Olympic Team London, England

• 2012 Indoor World Championship Istanbul

• 2010 Indoor World Championship Doha

• 2009 World Championship, Berlin

• 2008  Olympic Team Beijing, China

• 2006, World Indoor Championships, Moscow

• 2005  World Championships, Helsinki

• 2004 Olympic Team Athens Greece

• 2004  NCAA National Champion

• 2003 NCAA National Indoor Champion

• USATF Championships
Eight-time USATF Outdoor champion –2016 (2.01m / 6-7) 2015 (1.91m/6-3.25); 2014 (1.94m/6-4.25); 2012 (2.01m/6-7); 2010 (2.05m/6-08.75); 2009 (1.95m/6-4.75); 2008 (1.97m/6-05.5);

2006 (2.01m/6-07)
Two-time USATF Outdoor runner-up – 2005 (1.90m/6-02.75); 2004 (1.95m/6-4.75)
Four-time USATF Indoor champion - 2006 (1.95m/6-4.75);2010,2012 (2.02m/6-7.5AR), 2015
2010 USATF Outdoor runner-up in long jump (6.90m/22-7.75)

International Championships (World Titles)

2012 World Champion Gold Medalist
2010 World Indoor Bronze Medalist (1.98m/6-6)

2008 Olympic Bronze Medalist (1.99m/ 6-6.25)
2005 World Outdoor Silver Medalist (2.00m/6-6.75)
2003 Pan Am Junior Bronze Medalist  (1.81m/5-11.75)

Collegiate Championships
2005 NCAA Indoor champion (1.92/6-3.5)
2004 NCAA Indoor (1.92m/6-3.50);& Outdoor champion (1.93m/6-4)
2003 NCAA Outdoors tied for second (1.86m/6-01.25)

Awards and Honors
2012 Indoor Visa Championship Series winner
2010 Outdoor Visa Championship Series winner
Current indoor and outdoor American record holder



Facebook Inspirational Speaker, Menlo Park, CA 2019

Motivate Employees and Business Partners , Keynote Speaker


Instagram Inspirational Speaker, San Francisco, CA 2019

Motivate Employees and Business Partners , Keynote Speaker


NCAA N4A Inspirational Speaker, Orlando, FL 2019

MotivateStudent Athlete Support Staff , Keynote Speaker


Cox Mentoring Program, Atlanta, GA 2010-2014

Motivate At Risk Youth , Keynote Speaker


Zurich Track Clinic, Zurich Switzerland, 08/2008

Conduct Track and field Clinic


Green Forest Elementary Assembly, Des Moines IA., 03/2006

Speech to motivate today’s youth


Falcons All-star Girls Camp, Flowery Branch, 09/2004

Motivate Inner-city youth, Keynote Speaker



Today Show, NBC, FOX, BET, KSBY TV, 11 Alive,,,,

Atlanta Journal Constitution, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Press Enterprise

Vogue Magazine, Sports Illustrated




Susan G. Komen Awareness Ambassador  Present


Variety a Children’s Charity Board Member 2016- Present


Shiloh High and Middle Schools, Snellville, GA, 2006 to 2010

Volunteer Coach


USA Track & Field Georgian Association, Atlanta, GA, 2004-2008

USATF track meet high jump contact


Georgia Institute of Technology Team Buzz, Atlanta GA, 2002-2005

Community Service Member

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