Florence Griffith Joyner, left, meets with Wilma Rudolph, who won three gold medals in Rome in 1960. Rudolph is the director of the Seagram's 'Send the Families' program which paid the expenses of 550 immediate family members of Olympians to come to Seoul. Joyner selected her husband Al Joyner to be her Beneficiary in the program.
Griffith Joyner, Florence United States track athlete and winner of four Olympic gold medals, Florence Griffith Joyner was often called “the fastest woman alive” for setting world records in the and sprints at the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea.
Flo Jo’s asymmetrical, future-spandex getups and curlicue nail extremities are an endless inspiration to us at Dis. More athletes should dismiss practicality in favor of provocative fashion on the race track.