A Love History in Cabo San Lucas


Hunter Woodhall and Tara Davis, both 22, shared a combined Instagram photo announcing their engagement.

This summer, Woodhall competed in the Tokyo Paralympics, and Davis competed in the Tokyo Olympics. 

The track and field couple announced their engagement on Instagram on Sunday, with a photo of them on a romantic vacation in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. 

"To my future wife," Woodhall, 22, wrote in his caption. "I promise to always be there for you. I promise to always provide for you. I promise to always love you. You make me a better person and I can't imagine a life without you."

Davis, 22, shared a similar sentiment, writing: "You've showed me the true meaning of life and now i get to spend the rest of my life with you. let me reintroduce myself as a FIANCÉ."

Woodhall and Davis originally met at a track meet in Idaho during their senior year of high school, according to an interview with Insider Magazine.

They started dating soon after and had a four-year long-distance romance. 

The couple made waves in June when Davis jumped into Woodhall's arms after qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics in the women's long jump at the US Olympic trials.

Woodhall earned a spot on the US Paralympic team after winning the 400-meter dash and finishing second in the 100-meter dash a week ago. 

"I feel like this speaks to who we are as a couple," Woodhall told Insider. "We motivate each other and make a good team in a lot of ways. I think it's really cool to do these amazing experiences and do it together."

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