Monique Hennagan

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Monique Hennagan, Sydney 2000

Monique Hennagan (born May 26, 1976 in Columbia , South Carolina ) is an American sprinter and relay Olympic champion . Their special route is the 400-meter run .

The junior vice world champion from 1994 won the bronze medal with the relay at the 1999 World Indoor Championships in Maebashi . In 2000, she was eliminated from the quarter-finals at the Olympic Games in Sydney over 400 meters. With the US-American 4-by-400-meter relay with the cast Jearl Miles-Clark , Hennagan, Marion Jones and LaTasha Colander , she won gold in 3: 22.62 min before the Jamaica relay.

In Lisbon at the 2001 World Indoor Championships , she finished fifth over 400 meters. In the relay she came in fourth, but the performance was later canceled because of the doping case involving Kelli White . Two years later at the World Indoor Championships in Birmingham in 2003 she was again fifth over 400 meters, with the relay she won bronze like four years before.

In 2004 she won the US title over 400 meters for the first time and qualified for the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens . There she finished fourth over 400 meters in 49.97 s. The season with the cast DeeDee Trotter , Monique Henderson , Sanya Richards and Hennagan won gold in 3: 19.01 minutes ahead of the Russians. In 2005 she won the US title over 400 meters again. At the World Championships in Helsinki in 2005 , the US relay dropped out after a mistake in the preliminary run.

At a height of 1.73 m, her competition weight is 57 kg.

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