Track Beauty of the Week: Shevon Stoddart

Shevon Stoddart is this week’s track beauty!

The Jamaican is a world-class intermediate hurdler. She has a personal best of 54.47s in the 400m low hurdles and 52.89s in the 400 flat. Stoddart has competed in two Olympic Games, in Athens and Beijing. At the 2005 Helsinki World Championships, she went as far as the semi-finals for her best ever performance at a major international.

Photo from Puma

The University of South Carolina alumna also placed fifth at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, on top of her bronze medal from the 2005 Central American and Caribbean Championships.

Stoddart is a woman of many talents. Aside from her proclivity to speed, Shevon is recording artist, a song writer and a designer as well.

Her singing and song-writing prowess, as shown by this song, is way better than nine-time Olympic Gold Medalist Carl Lewis’ “Break It Up!”

Additional Link:

Stoddart’s Facebook fan page

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