Gate-set right in Decatur, Georgia, one bore, the Columbia High School and afterwards the university of Georgia visited. In its career it won the Goodwill Games, the World University Games and the olympic plays in all important sport events medals, like world championships, the Pan American Games.
With the XXV. Olympic summer games 1992 in Barcelona it won gold in the 200-m-Lauf before the two Jamaikanerinnen Juliet Cuthbert (silver) and Merlene Ottey (bronze), crew gold medal in the 4 × 100 m relay with its team colleagues Evelyn Ashford, Esther Jones and Carlette a Guidry as well as crew silver medal at the 4 × 400 m relay with its team colleagues Natasha emperors, Jearl Miles and Rochelle of Stevens.
With the XXVI. Olympic summer games she could tie 1996 in Atlanta to her successes of 1992 and won bronze in the 100-m-Lauf behind the US American Gail Devers (gold) and the Jamaikanerin Merlene Ottey (silver). Further it won crew gold medal in the 4 × 100 m relay with its team colleagues Gail Devers, Inger Miller and Chryste a Gaines.
After the national resounding championships 1997, with which she won the silver medal over 60 m, she withdrew herself from the active sport. Since then she works as a hairdresser. Gate-set right is married and has two children.
1948: Fanny Blankers Koen | 1952: Marjorie Jackson | 1956: Betty Cuthbert | 1960: Wilma Rudolph | 1964: Edith McGuire | 1968: Irena Szewińska | 1972: Renate Stecher | 1976: Bärbel hitting a corner ore | 1980: Bärbel Wöckel | 1984: Valerie Brisco Hooks | 1988: Florence Griffith Joyner | 1992: Gwen gate-sets right | 1996: Marie Josée Perec | 2000: Marion Jones | 2004: Veronica Campbell
|NAME||gate-sets, Gwen right|
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||US-American light athlete and Olympiasiegerin|
|DATE OF BIRTH||12. June 1965|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Decatur, Georgia, the USA|