2012 was a great year for her. First she took a silver in the World indoors in Istanbul with 6.98, then she jumped 7.03 (a PR) in the US championships and then 6.89 for bronze in London. She looks back on London as "some of the fondest memories by far. It was a surreal moment. Going into the Olympics I did not have any expectations other than to enjoy myself and have fun and to do the exact same thing I did to get there. That is what made me so successful. But I think my fondest moment of that whole Olympic experience was standing on the bronze medal podium. And I got to hear my national anthem because Brittney Reese had won and you don't always get to do that. But I went to the Olympics and medalled - how many people do that? A small proportion. So that was my proudest moment, standing on the podium, even in third place and hearing my national anthem was very surreal".
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