Al Joyner

Track and Field Triple Jumper + Hurdler + Coach Flojo's Husband
Born Jan 19, 1960

Alfredrick Alphonzo Joyner (born January 19, 1960) is an American athlete, who was Olympic gold medalist in the triple jump. Joyner was born in East St. Louis, Illinois. His sister Jackie Joyner-Kersee is also an Olympic gold medalist. He was married to the late Florence Griffith-Joyner, a multiple Olympic medal-winning sprinter; their daughter is Mary Ruth Joyner. Joyner married for a second time on June 28, 2003 to Alisha Biehn.… Read More

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1960 Birth Born in 1960.


1984 24 Years Old In 1984, Joyner traveled to Los Angeles for the Summer Olympics to compete in triple jump for the U.S. Olympic track and field team. … Read More


2000 40 Years Old On August 18, 2000, he joined the UCLA track and field staff to coach the Bruin women's jumps. … Read More
2003 43 Years Old …  Joyner married for a second time on June 28, 2003 to Alisha Biehn. … Read More


2010 50 Years Old In February 2010, Sean James and Joyner appeared in a Planned Parenthood anticipatory response message to a controversial Focus on the Family Super Bowl commercial starring Tim Tebow and his mother celebrating his mother's choice to bring her son to full term in spite of a life threatening illness. … Read More
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