Gabrielle Union Praises An Inspiration On And Off Track - Check Out Her Message Here

Gabrielle Union Praises An Inspiration On And Off Track - Check Out Her Message Here
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Gabrielle Union praises another important lady on her social media account. Check out the message that she shared on her IG.

'Today’s #WCW is an inspiration on and off the track, @carririchardson_. Sha’Carri Richardson is a track and field sprinter who ran for the LSU track and field team where she was the first freshman to take home The Bowerman track and field award and now is running professionally,' Gaby began her message.

'As a teenager, Richardson won her first national title in 2016 at the AAU Junior Olympics. She went on to win 1st at the 2017 Pan American U20 Championships as well as national titles in 2017 at the AAU Junior Olympics and in 2019 NCAA Division I Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Now at only 21 she has been named one of the 6th fastest women in the world! We will be cheering you on at the upcoming Olympics! Let us lift her up in the light of goodness and hold her there,' Gabrielle captioned her post.

Someone said: 'My friend said my story is very good, how do you shrink it? 🤗' and a commenter said: 'That race on Sunday at Mt. Sac she got out of the blocks late, but she still came up and killed it. Looking forward to seeing her at the Olympic trials in June. 🔥🔥🔥'

One other commenter posted this: 'OMG AMAZING. Thank you so much for sharing! 😍' and another commenter said: 'Huge fan of her technique. I watched that race the other day. In the last 50m she looked like she was running on air. Her legs were churning. I look forward to watching her in the Olympics.'

Someone else said: '@gabuion got to love and support this beautiful queen, but the competitiveness in me just can't wait for @Shelly-Ann Fraser- Pryce and @Elaine Thompson to compete against her. She fast but we gonna run her down.😂🇯🇲'

A fan said: 'I just want to manifest that big things are coming for me and my music and this year's my year.'


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