Gabrielle Thomas

Gabrielle Thomas, also known shortly as Gabby Thomas, is an American track-and-field athlete, who specializes in the 100m and 200m sprint. She won an individual bronze medal and a team silver medal at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

Gabrielle Thomas was born on December 7, 1996, in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. In 2007, her family moved to Massachusetts. While the family settled in Florence, Massachusetts, Gabrielle Thomas initially played softball and soccer, then joined the track and field team at the Williston Northampton School, where she set multiple school records and was MVP every year.

Gabrielle Thomas graduated from Harvard University and won 22 conference titles across her three years of athletics in six different events, setting the school and Ivy League records in the 100m, 200m, and 60m indoor.

In May 2020, Gabby Thomas was provisionally suspended for three whereabouts failures, and sanctioned with a two-year period of ineligibility. She submitted new evidence in June to invalidate one failure and was finally cleared in July.

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Gabrielle Thomas represented the United States in the 200m race at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Her time of 21.61 sec in the event at the United States Olympic trials on June 26, 2021, was the second-fastest ever at the time. On August 3, 2021, at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, she won a bronze medal, running in the 200m finals with a time of 21.87 sec, behind Elaine Thompson-Herah (gold) and Christine Mboma (silver). Three days later, on August 6, 2021, the US team having qualified for the finals of the 4x100m relay, Gabrielle Thomas ran anchor, and the team came in 2nd place behind the Jamaican team, securing her the silver medal along with teammates Javianne Oliver, Teahna Daniels, and Jenna Prandini.

In March, Gabrielle Thomas came up with a good start to her outdoor season at the Texas Relays, with the fastest-ever season opener by any 200m sprinter in history. She achieved the quickest wind-assisted mark of all time at 21.69 sec (+3.1 m/s). She ran winning 10.92 sec for the 100m just 45 sec earlier. During the season at 100m, she won the Texas Relays, finished second at the USATF Bermuda Games, and third at USATF Golden Games. She also won the Diamond League Meeting in Birmingham. At 200m she won the USATF Golden Games, Ooredoo Doha Meeting.

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