Reese Hoffa

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Reese Hoffa (born October 8, 1977 in Evans, Georgia) is an American shot putter. Reese won the shot put in the 2006 World Indoor Track and Field Championships in Moscow, Russia. As of 2007, his personal bests stand at 22.11 m (72' 6.25") indoor and 22.43 m (73' 7") outdoor. His outdoor performance ranks him 11th on the world all-time lists. He is married to Renata Hoffa, a math teacher at Oconee County High School.

Hoffa was adopted at the age of four.

Hoffa won world champions' title in shot put in Osaka, on 25 August 2007, with a throw of 22.04 m, 43 cm ahead of compatriot and training partner Adam Nelson.

His current residence is Athens, Georgia. His coach is Don Babbitt, agent Paul Doyle and club NYAC/Nike.

Reese is also known as a decent speedcuber able to solve a Rubik's Cube in 30 seconds.

High School Years

Hoffa attended Lakeside High School in Evans, Georgia, and was a letterman in football, wrestling, baseball, and track & field. His Lakeside High School coach was David Machovec.

Career highlights


  • 1997
    • 5th at National Scholastics
  • 1998
    • 3rd at SEC Outdoors
    • 11th at NCAA Outdoors
  • 1999
    • 2nd at Southeastern Conference Champs
    • 11th at NCAA Outdoors
    • 8th at USA Outdoors
  • 2000
    • 6th at U.S. Olympic Trials in (18.95)
    • 2nd at NCAA Indoors (18.48)
    • 4th in SP at NCAA Outdoors (19.79)
    • Ranked 5th in U.S; best of 19.79, 49.04 for discus
  • 2001
    • 6th at USA Outdoors (19.95)
    • 3rd at NCAA Outdoors (19.93)
    • SEC......
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