MIAMI – Olympic sprint and bobsleigh medallist Lauryn Williams has called an end to her professional sports career, inform teamusa.org.
The 31-year-old said that she was exhausted after 10 years as a professional athlete. She was the 5th athlete to win an Olympic medal in a Summer and Winter Games.
She won Olympic silver in the 100m at Athens 2004 and then added Bobsleigh silver in Sochi 2014, she was also part of the USA gold medal winning 4x100m squad at London 2012.
TRACk & FIELD CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
- 100m Personal Best – 10.88
- 200m Personal Best – 22.27
- 2007 World Championship 100m Silver Medalist
- 2007 4 x 100m World Champion
- 2006 World Indoor 60m Silver Medalist
- 2005 4 x 100m World Champion
- 2008 Olympian
- 2012 4 x 100m Olympic Gold Medalist
- 2005 World Champion 100m
- 2004 Olympic 100m Silver Medalist
- 2004 NCAA 100m Champion
- 2003 Pan Am 100m and 4x100m relay Gold Medalist
- 2002 World Junior Gold Medalist 100m, Silver in 4×100 relay
- 2002 US Junior 100m Champ
- 2004 3rd in 100m at the US Olympic trials
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