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Does Flo-Jo have a daughter?

Does Flo-Jo have a daughter?

Mary Ruth JoynerFlorence Griffith Joyner / Daughter

How old was the runner Flo-Jo when she died?

On September 21, 1998, Griffith Joyner died in her sleep at home in the Canyon Crest neighborhood of Mission Viejo, California, at the age of 38.

Is Flo-Jo deceased?

Deceased (1959–1998)Florence Griffith Joyner / Living or Deceased

Where is Mary Ruth Joyner now?

Joyner died at her Mission Viejo home in September 1998 at age 38. The Orange County coroner concluded that she suffered an epileptic seizure and probably suffocated in her bed. The plaintiffs are listed as Al Jones, Mary Ruth Jones and the estate of Florence Jones.

What is FloJo’s real name?

Florence Delorez GriffithFlorence Griffith Joyner / Full name
Florence Delorez Griffith Joyner (December 21, 1959 – September 21, 1998), also known as Flo-Jo, was an American track and field athlete.

What was FloJo’s fastest time?

10.61 seconds
It was only a matter of what else would come with it. With a time of 10.61 seconds, the latest in the long string of Jamaican speed stars defended her Olympic title in the 100 meters Saturday. She broke a 33-year-old Olympic record held by none other than Florence Griffith Joyner.

Did FloJo have a history of seizures?

California medical examiners reported that Olympic champion sprinter Florence Griffith Joyner died last month of suffocation caused by an epileptic seizure. The Orange County coroner said that Joyner’s epilepsy was traced to an abnormality in her brain tissue called cavernous angioma.

How old is Mary Joyner now?

31 years (November 15, 1990)Mary Ruth Joyner / Age

Did FloJo have a history of epilepsy?

What was FloJo nationality?

AmericanFlorence Griffith Joyner / Nationality

Who broke Flo-Jo’s record?

Elaine Thompson-Herah breaks Florence Griffith Joyner record She set a time of 10.49 to shock athletics fans. Soon after, she took part in the Seoul Olympics and won the 100-meters by setting a time of 10.62.

Who is faster than Flo-Jo?

Jamaican sprinter Elaine Thompson-Herah broke Florence Griffith Joyner’s 33-year-old Olympic record in the women’s 100 meters. Thompson-Herah set the new record of 10.61 seconds on Saturday as she took home gold in Tokyo. Griffith Joyner, also known as Flo-Jo, had held the record of 10.62 since the 1988 Seoul Games.