|Representing United States|
|IAAF World Cup|
|2006 Athens||100 m hurdles|
She began her international track career at the 1999 World Youth Championships in Athletics, and she reached the final of the 100 meter hurdles competition. She won her first major medal at the 2006 IAAF World Cup, finishing in 12.90 seconds. She first competed in the IAAF World Championships in Athletics in 2005, and reached the final of the sprint hurdles competition at the 2007 and 2009 editions, finishing fifth and sixth respectively.
Powell is a two-time US national champion over the 100 meter hurdles, winning the title in 2006 and 2007. She was also a successful collegiate athlete, winning two NCAA Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships while a student at the University of Southern California. At the 2006 NCAA meet, she finished the semi-finals in 12.55 seconds (breaking Gail Devers' collegiate record) and won the final the following day in 12.48 seconds, setting a world-leading time.
In 2010, she married Shawn Crawford.
|55 metres hurdles||7.71||Los Angeles, California, United States||February 15, 2003|
|60 metres hurdles||7.84||Fayetteville, Arkansas, United States||March 10, 2006|
|100 metres hurdles||12.45||New York City, New York, United States||June 2, 2007|
|60 metres||7.21||Fayetteville, Arkansas, United States||March 10, 2006|
|100 metres||11.10||Eugene, Oregon, United States||May 14, 2006|
|200 metres||23.29||Los Angeles, California, United States||April 29, 2006|
- All information taken from IAAF profile.
- Biography Powell, Virginia. IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-09-21.
- 2006 US Championships Women 100 Meter Hurdles. USATF. Retrieved on 2009-09-21.
- 2007 US Championships Women 100 Meter Hurdles. USATF. Retrieved on 2009-09-21.
- Carter named Athlete of the Week. USATF (2006-06-14). Retrieved on 2009-09-21.
- Ginnie Crawford profile at IAAF
- USATF profile for Virginia Crawford
- USC Trojans profile for Virginia Powell
- Flotrack video interviews of Virginia Powell
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