Two-time Olympic champion, Veronica Campbell-Brown, retires

The two-time Olympic champions is hanging up her cleats after two decades as a pro.

On Olympic Day, one of the greatest Olympians ever and Team Jamaica 🇯🇲 legend, Veronica Campbell-Brown, has called it a career.

VCB formally announced her retirement from track and field today. One of the greatest 200 m runners ever, VCB won gold 🥇 in the event at the 2004 and 2008 Olympics. She’s also been a world champion 🏆 in the 100 m and 200 m, becoming an all-time great dual threat.

In all, the iconic sprinter won 8 Olympic medals, including at least one in each of the five Olympics she competed in, 11 IAAF world championship medals and had a statue unveiled in her honour in 2019. G.O.A.T business 😎👏


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