Jeneba Tarmoh

Born                 : September 27, 1989 (age 32 years), Los Angeles County, California, United States
Gold medal     : Athletics at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Women’s 4×100 metre relay
Teammates    : Allyson Felix, Carmelita Jeter, Tianna Bartoletta, Bianca Knight, Lauryn Williams
Social media  : Instagram, Twitter

Jeneba Tarmoh, who is she? She is an American sprinter who took home the gold medal in the 2012 Summer Olympics. Something occurred in that year that led to criticism of USA Track & Field (USATF).

If you’re curious about what set off the shooting, keep reading because we’ll tell you everything there is to know about the incident, including more information about Janeba Tarmoh.

How much is the net worth of Janeba Tarmoh?

In terms of her net worth, Janeba Tarmoh is thought to be around $1.5 million as of  2022. Through her brief but extremely successful sporting career, Tarmoh was able to achieve the millionaire status. There are no official records to support the assertion that the figure is accurate because it is still only an estimate. But given how quickly she was able to achieve a significant deal of success, it makes sense that she would become quite wealthy.

Regarding Tarmoh’s earnings, they might be anywhere from $430,000 and $1,725,000. That is the pay range for sprinters, according Payscale, and given that she is a sprinter who excels in the 100 and 200 meters, we assume her salary would be based on those distances.

The Early Life and Education of Janeba Tarmoh

On September 27, 1989, in Los Angeles, California, Janeba Tarmoh was born. She currently resides in San Jose, California, where Mt. Pleasant High School was her alma mater.

Tarmoh’s parents moved from Sierra Leone to San Jose after she was born. They are both nurses. Alongside her small sister, she grew up.

In her junior and senior years of 2006 and 2007, respectively, she won the 100 and 200 meters at the CIF California State Meet. She later competed in the 2007 CIF State Championship from Mount Pleasant High School. She also recently received a master’s degree, per her Instagram post.

Olympic gold medalist Tarmoh’s abandonment of her position led to criticism of USATF

Regarding the criticism of USATF in 2012, it resulted from Janeba Tarmoh giving Allyson Felix her spot. How come she did that?

Jeneba Tarmoh won a Olympic gold medal in 2012.
Photo Source: Instagram

In the 2012 Olympic Trials qualifying round for the US Track and Field, Tarmoh finished third in the 100-meter finals. The teenage athlete even rejoiced in her triumph because it qualified her for the Olympics. Unfortunately, news that claimed it was a tie between her and Felix surfaced later.

When Tarmoh and Felix crossed the finish line in exactly the same time of 11.068 seconds back then, USATF had no tiebreaker procedures in place, therefore there was nothing that could be done to break the tie. According to ESPN, USATF devised a plan that offered the possibility of a runoff, coin toss, or one participant giving up the berth.

Tarmoh agreed to a runoff even though she wasn’t completely prepared for one; but, afterward, she made the decision to give Felix the third spot. People were devastated by that decision, which prompted fierce condemnation of USATF.

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Janeba Tarmoh’s Relationships status

Janeba Tarmoh, who is 30 years old, recently got hitched. On September 5, 2020, she and her longtime partner, Mike Danger, got married.

Jeneba Tarmoh with her beau, Mike.
Photo Source: Instagram

The newlyweds couldn’t wait to begin their married life together. They intended to exchange their vows during a marriage ceremony in Lodi. Sadly, because of the bad scenario Covid-19 created, they backed down.

Regarding Tarmoh’s husband, let’s note that he works as a photographer. He is also attempting to become a YouTuber. Late in 2019, he started to upload vlogs to his channel.