Yes, she has been suspended for a month from the US Olympic team, but track athlete Sha’Carri Richardson is profoundly hopeful she will ricochet back in 2022.
As per Richardson, she will be the World Champion one year from now; and the restriction wouldn’t stop her from accomplishing that.
Richardson was suspended in the wake of testing positive for THC, a substance found in marijuana, as indicated by the US Anti-Doping Agency.
Meanwhile on Sunday July 5, Sha’Carri Richardson tweeted on social media and said:
“All these perfect people that know how to live life , I’m glad I’m not one of them!”.
Richardson got her spot at this month’s Tokyo Olympics in the wake of winning the womens’ 100-meter race at the US olympic style sports preliminaries in Eugene, Oregon, last month.
Be that as it may, her results were consequently precluded on the grounds that she tested positive for THC, and she won’t be permitted to take part in the 100-meter race in Tokyo.
Richardson said in a meeting with NBC’s “Today” show that she had utilized cannabis subsequent to discovering from a correspondent that her biological mother had died.
Indeed, Richardson was dazed by feelings, in this way said she needed to take responsibility.
“I know what I did, I know what I’m supposed to do, I’m allowed not to do and I still made that decision. I’m not making an excuse or looking for any empathy in my case,” she said.
After the suspension is up, 21 year-old Richardson has vowed to return to compete, and in each and every time she step on the track, she’ll be prepared to seek whatever anti-doping office to come and get what it is that they need.
Sha’Carri Richardson is an American track and field sprinter who competes in the 100 meters and 200 meters.
Richardson rose to fame in 2019 as a freshman at Louisiana State University, running 10.75 seconds to break the 100 m record at the National Collegiate Athletic Association Championships.