RIO DE JANEIRO — Tori Bowie raced into the history books by winning a bronze medal at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and accomplished a dream years in the making.
“My goal was to finish the best that I could,” Bowie said. “I am leaving with another medal and I now have two.”
Her time was 22.15 seconds. The bronze medal is Bowie’s second at the Rio Olympics. She won a silver medal after running the women’s 100-meter in 10.83 seconds.