Jasmine Camacho-Quinn is the younger sister of Chicago Bears outside linebacker Robert Quinn. Camacho-Quinn set an Olympic record in the 100-meter hurdles. Here time was 12.26 seconds. This race put her in the finals on Monday morning in Tokyo (Sunday night at 9:50 p.m. CDT). She represents Puerto Rico since both her and Robert’s mother, Maria, is from Puerto Rico. Camacho-Quinn’s first games were in 2016 at Rio, but failed to make the final due to hitting a hurdle.
In even more impressive fashion, Camacho-Quinn took the gold medal in the final. She was dominant in the final race, capturing her gold medal for 100m hurdles.
The Quinn’s aren’t the only people tied to the Chicago Bears that partook in standing on the podium in Tokyo. New Bears wide receiver Marquise Goodwin attempted to make Team USA in the long jump at the U.S. Olympic trials but failed to make the team.
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