When did Flojo die?
September 21, 1998Florence Griffith Joyner/Date of death.
How did Flo go die?
Olympic sprint champion Florence Griffith Joyner died after suffering an epileptic seizure, according to autopsy results released Thursday, and her family and friends say they hope the findings will put to rest rumors that drug use contributed to her death.
When was Flojo born?
December 21, 1959Florence Griffith Joyner/Date of birthFlorence Joyner, also known as “Flo Jo,” was born in Los Angeles, California, on December 21, 1959. At the 1984 Summer Olympics, Joyner won a silver medal in the 200-meter run.
Are Flo Jo’s nails real?
Sculpture made from 2000 artist-made replica acrylic fingernails in the shape of an ascending 200m running course. Fingernails were individually hand painted after the manicure that Florence Griffith-Joyner wore during the 1988 Olympics, when she set the 200 m world record.
Where is Flo Jo’s daughter?
Mary Joyner has been invited to sing at the 2012 Track and Field Olympic trials. Mary Joyner, daughter of late track and field legend Florence Griffith-Joyner, is headed to the Olympics. Only, not quite how you think.
Who broke Flo Jo record?
10.49 seconds, 1988 But it was in the U.S. trials in Indianapolis in July that Griffith-Joyner, whose long, colored nails were almost as famous as she was, blitzed the world record with 10.49 seconds.
Who is Flo Jo husband?
Al Joynerm. 1987–1998Florence Griffith Joyner/Husband
Is Flojo dead?
Deceased (1959–1998)Florence Griffith Joyner/Living or Deceased
How old is Al Joyner?
60 years (January 19, 1960)Al Joyner/Age
When did Flo Jo get married?
October 10, 1987 (Al Joyner)Florence Griffith Joyner/Wedding dates
Who is Al Joyner married to?
Alisha Biehnm. 2003Florence Griffith Joynerm. 1987–1998Al Joyner/Spouse
Where is Carl Lewis now?
Unsurprisingly, he’s also a coach for elite sprinters at the University of Houston, thought he freely admits that he doesn’t expect to see anybody of his own level of talent: “I tell recruits that I won nine gold medals. I was Olympian of the century,” he told Athletics Weekly.