Sha’Carri Richardson Biography, Age, Early Life, Education, Career And Net Worth

October 24, 2021

Sha'Carri Richardson Biography

Sha'Carri Richardson is an award-winning American female track and field sprinter. She competes in the 100-meter dash and 200-meter dash and has been ranked in the top ten fastest women for the 100 m with a personal best of 10.72 seconds.

In this article, we will be seeing Sha'Carri Richardson’s biography, age, education, career, net worth and all you need to know about her. Before we continue, let’s take a brief rundown on Sha'Carri Richardson profile.

Full name: Sha'Carri Richardson
Date of Birth: 25th March 2000
Age: 21 years (2021)
Place Of Birth: Dallas, Texas, USA
Country: United States
Education: Louisiana State University
Occupation: Field sprinter
Height: 5 ft 1 in (155 cm)
Relationship status: Private
Net worth: Not available

Sha'Carri Richardson Biography and Career

Sha'Carri Richardson was born on the 25th of March, 2000 in Dallas, Texas, USA. She started her career as a teenager, winning the 100 m title at the AAU Junior Olympics – the largest national multi-sport event for youth in the United States in 2016. A year later, she won another title at the USA Track & Field Junior Championships.

She debuted internationally at the 2017 Pan American U20 Athletics Championships, where she won a gold medal in the 4 × 100-meter relay alongside Tara Davis, Gabriele Cunningham and Rebekah Smith.

She enrolled at Louisiana State University and began competing for the LSU Lady Tigers track and field team. Competing as a college athlete, she was a finalist in both the 60-meter dash and the 200 m of the 2019 NCAA Division I Indoor Track and Field Championships.

At the 2019 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships Richardson won the 100 m and placed runner-up in the 200 m by less than one-hundredth of a second. Both her times were world under-20 records for the sprints.

Richardson qualified for Tokyo Olympics with a 100-meter time of 10.86 seconds. It was .13 seconds faster than Javianne Oliver, who finished second. She was also enrolled to qualify in the 200 meters at the trials.

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