Rochelle Stevens

Rochelle Stevens ( born September 8, 1966 in Memphis ) is a former American track and field athlete who specializes in the 400 -meter run.

Their greatest success she achieved as a member of the U.S. 4 x 400 - meter relay. With it, she won first in 1987 at the Pan American Games in Indianapolis. At the World Athletics Championships 1991 in Tokyo, she got together with Diane Dixon, Jearl Miles -Clark and Lillie Leatherwood in 3:20,15 minutes behind the quartet from the Soviet Union the silver medal. Another silver medal followed at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona. Her time of 3:20,92 min, Natasha Kaiser -Brown, Gwen Torrence, Jearl Miles -Clark and Rochelle Stevens only the season of the United team were defeated.

Due to injury, missed Stevens to participate in the World Athletics Championships in Stuttgart in 1993, where the U.S. season without winning the gold medal. Two years later, in Gothenburg, she started again in the season and was able to celebrate winning the World Championship title. With a time of 3:22,29 min referred them together with Kim Graham, Camara Jones and Jearl Miles -Clark Australia, Russia and the seasons to the places. A year later, the American squadron also won at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. In 3:20,91 min, Rochelle Stevens, Maicel Malone - Wallace, Kim Graham and Jearl Miles -Clark sat through this time against the squadrons from Nigeria and Germany.

Noteworthy results as a single starter scored Stevens in the 400 -meter run as a two-time U.S. champion (1989, 1992) and Olympic Sixth in 1992, and in the 200 -meter run as a two -time U.S. Indoor champion (1991, 1993).

Rochelle Stevens is 1,70 m tall and weighed to their active time: 55 kg.


  • 200 m: 23.78 s, May 21, 1994 São Paulo
  • 400 m: 50.06 s, June 22, 1992, New Orleans