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Sha'Carri Richardson

EDITOR: Jinteria Jordan

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Tags: Sha'Carri Richardson, Olympics, Track and Field, Inspiration, Resilience, Mental Health Awareness, Social Justice

Sha'Carri Richardson is a young American sprinter, raised by her grand mother and aunt. She's making lot of waves for her speed and sterling performances in the 100 meters race.

She is a record holder and has won several awards, performed impressively at 2019 World Championships.

However, she was suspended for a month after testing positive for THC; performance enhancing substance found in her system during the 2021 United States Olympic Trials. As a result, she missed the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

She won gold in the 100m and 4x100m relay at the 2023 World Championships in Budapest.

Sha'Carri Richardson has been involved in various projects including:

Supporting the "Kickstand" program, which provides resources and support for homeless youth in Dallas.

Partnering with the "Get Schooled" foundation to promote education and empowerment for young people.

Collaborating with the "Athletes for Hope" organization to support various social and environmental causes.

Advocating for mental health awareness and support, particularly in the sports community.

Watch out as she represents 🇺🇸 in Paris Olympic Games 2024.

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