|silver||1992 Barcelona||4 × 400 m|
|gold||1993 Stuttgart||4 × 400 m|
|silver||1993 Stuttgart||400 m|
|Indoor world championships|
|silver||1997 Paris||4 × 400 m|
|silver||1993 Toronto||4 × 400 m|
|Pan American Games|
|gold||1991 Havana||4 × 400 m|
Internationally, she made her first appearance at the 1991 Pan-American Games in Havana . There she was fourth in the 400-meter run and won the gold medal with the 4-by-400-meter relay . In the same year she was a member of the US relay, which won the silver medal at the World Championships in Stuttgart . Kaiser-Brown was only used in the preliminary round.
At the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona she was used in the final as the starting runner of the US 4 x 400 meter relay. Together with Gwen Torrence , Jearl Miles and Rochelle Stevens , she finished second in 3: 20.92 minutes behind the team of the combined team (3: 30.20 minutes) and ahead of the British season (3: 24.23 minutes). Kaiser-Brown also started in Barcelona in the 400-meter run and reached the semi-finals, where she missed the final as sixth of her run.
Her most successful season was in 1993. First, she won the silver medal in the 4-by-400-meter relay at the World Indoor Championships in Toronto together with Trevaia Williams , Terri Dendy and Dyan Webber . The culmination of her career followed a few months later at the World Championships in Stuttgart . There, the US relay team secured the title in 3: 16.71 minutes ahead of the teams from Russia (3: 18.38 minutes) and Great Britain ( Gwen Torrence, Maicel Malone-Wallace , Natasha Kaiser-Brown and Jearl Miles). 3: 23.41 min). In addition, Kaiser-Brown celebrated the most significant individual success of their career in Stuttgart. In the 400-meter run, she finished second behind her teammate Jearl Miles (49.82 s) and ahead of Jamaican Sandie Richards (50.44 s) with a personal best of 50.17 s .
In 1994 Kaiser-Brown became the US champion in the 400-meter run. In the years that followed, she struggled with ongoing injury problems. Her last major success was the 1997 World Indoor Championships in Paris , where she won the silver medal in the 4 x 400 meter relay together with Shanelle Porter , Anita Howard and Jearl Miles.
Natasha Kaiser-Brown is 1.75 m tall and had a competition weight of 59 kg. She has been married to former US high jump champion Brian Brown since August 29, 1992 , and works in her hometown as a track and field trainer at Drake University .
- Natasha Kaiser-Brown in the database of World Athletics (English)
- Natasha Kaiser-Brown in the Sports-Reference database (English; archived from the original )
- Athlete portrait by Natasha Kaiser-Brown on the USATF website
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Kaiser, Natasha|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||American athlete|
|DATE OF BIRTH||May 14, 1967|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Des Moines|