FloJo - for motivation when I'm running really, really fast (but not nearly as fast as her 21 mph!) with hair flying.

FloJo - for motivation when I'm running really, really fast (but not nearly as fast as her 21 mph!) with hair flying.

Florence Delorez Griffith-Joyner (December 21, 1959 – September 21, 1998)...Flo Jo

Florence Delorez Griffith-Joyner (December 21, 1959 – September 21, 1998)...Flo Jo

The Fastest Woman in the World Was the Most Fashionable, Too: Flo-Jo’s Olympics Style

The Fastest Woman in the World Was the Most Fashionable, Too: Flo-Jo’s Olympics Style

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Florence Griffith Joyner----She is considered the "fastest woman of all time" based on the fact that the world records she set in 1988 for both the 100 metres and 200 metres still stand and have yet to be seriously challenged!!

Florence Griffith Joyner----She is considered the "fastest woman of all time" based on the fact that the world records she set in 1988 for both the 100 metres and 200 metres still stand and have yet to be seriously challenged!!

Florence Griffith "Flo-Jo" Joyner (1959 - 1998) Known as FloJo, triple gold medalist at the Seoul Olympic Games

Florence Griffith "Flo-Jo" Joyner (1959 - 1998) Known as FloJo, triple gold medalist at the Seoul Olympic Games

“Dress good to look good. Look good to feel good. And feel good to run fast!”—Florence Griffith Joyner

The Fastest Woman in the World Was the Most Fashionable, Too: Flo-Jo’s Olympics Style

“Dress good to look good. Look good to feel good. And feel good to run fast!”—Florence Griffith Joyner

“Dress good to look good. Look good to feel good. And feel good to run fast!”—Florence Griffith Joyner

“Dress good to look good. Look good to feel good. And feel good to run fast!”—Florence Griffith Joyner

Olympic icon Florence Griffith Joyner, photographed by Irving Penn for Vogue in 1989. Ms. Griffith Joyner won 5 Olympic medals in her career (4 gold, 1 silver) and shattered two world records. The Los Angeles-born athletic superstar was also a superstar of style - designing her own trademark one-legged track suits and wearing brilliantly designed eye-catching nails that matched her outfits and quite often, the stars and stripes of the U.S. flag. Flo Jo died in 1998 at the age of 38

Olympic icon Florence Griffith Joyner, photographed by Irving Penn for Vogue in 1989. Ms. Griffith Joyner won 5 Olympic medals in her career (4 gold, 1 silver) and shattered two world records. The Los Angeles-born athletic superstar was also a superstar of style - designing her own trademark one-legged track suits and wearing brilliantly designed eye-catching nails that matched her outfits and quite often, the stars and stripes of the U.S. flag. Flo Jo died in 1998 at the age of 38

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