The following year she defended her NCAA title and finished third at the US championships. At the World Championships in Moscow in 2013 , she reached the semifinals over 400 meters and won silver with the US team in the 4-by-400-meter relay.
At the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro , she won the bronze medal in the 400 meter hurdles with 53.72 seconds.
200 m : 22.92 s (+0.1 m / s), April 19, 2014, Waco
- Hall: 22.94s, February 4, 2017, Lincoln
- 400 m: 50.28 s, June 7, 2013, Eugene
- Hall: 51.27s, March 9, 2013, Fayetteville
- 400m hurdles : 53.11s, June 25, 2017, Sacramento and July 28, 2019, Des Moines
- IAAF: Ashley Spencer lets statistics and superlatives tell the story . July 13, 2012
- IAAF: Ashley Spencer: "the future of American women's track and field" . May 14, 2013
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||American sprinter|
|DATE OF BIRTH||June 8, 1993|