26 Year old Miss Oklahoma Triana Browne was crowned the second runner up in Miss USA 2019. Miss New Mexico Alejandra Gonzalez was named first runner-up and Miss North Carolina Cheslie Kryst was crowed the Miss USA 2019.
Quick Facts and Information on Triana Browne
|Birth Day||4th January, 1993|
|Marital Status||Not married|
|Mother||Dr. Monica Browne|
|Siblings||8 brother and 2 sisters|
|Net Worth||Under Review|
Triana Browne Early life & parents
26-year-old Triana Browne was born on Jan. 4, 1993 in Tulsa. She is the daughter of Dr. Monica Browne and Joel Hearrell.
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My mom and I are basically best friends, but the journey to Miss USA is truly bringing us even closer. Ishki, I am who I am because of you. I’m proud to be your daughter. Chiholloli and thank you for everything….including the full denim outfits and brushing my hair to where I looked like a happy little old man.👴🏽💕 ——————— ——————— #circa1993 #thankgoodnessfortheglowup #momthedenimdidntmatch #tsunamiofawaveinherbang #wherearewelooking #iloveyou #missusabound
She has a huge family consisting of 8 brothers and 2 sisters.
Both of her parents ran track for Oklahoma State, with her mother competing in the 100, 200 and 400-meter distances, and her father running in the 800 and 1,500 meters and in cross country.
Traina Browne Complications at birth
Triana Browne had serious problems at the time of her birth. With each of her mother’s contractions, Triana’s heart stopped. An emergency C-section was done to fix that.
She also was born with an infection and fluid in her lungs.
Triana Browne High School and Race
Following in her parents’ footsteps, Triana attended Starr’s Mill High School in Fayetteville, Ga., where she was a four-year track and field letter winner and played volleyball. Triana was a member of the Dean’s Honor Roll and President of the H.E.R.D.E.S. club that raised money for children with AIDS. Triana also assisted in the coordination of winter and summer Special Olympics for the region and was a competitor for the 2009 Miss Georgia Outstanding Teen.
At a qualifying race for the 2015 Big 12 championships, she was 200 meters into an 800-meter when she felt her heart flutter. She fell on the track and lost consciousness; all she remembers is waking up in an ambulance gasping for air.
Triana Browne on college and beyond
Triana is a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a degree in Human Development and Family Sciences with a focus in Psychology and a minor in Sociology. During her undergraduate career, she was involved in various organizations and activities across campus which included: The Oklahoma State University Women’s Track and Field team, Student Health Council, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and Student Athletic Advisory Committee. Triana was awarded the Academic Achievement Award, 2014 Second-Team Academic All-Big XII, Dean’s Honor Roll, 2014-2016 All-Big XII Honors, Top-10 Senior Nomination, Track and Field Scholarship, and Recipient of the Chickasaw Nation Academic Scholarship.
After graduating college in May of 2016, Triana spent her time working part-time at Sky Fitness and Well-Being and coaching athletes from the ages of 4-18 for the USA Track and Field Summer teams, leading them all the way to the Junior Olympics.