Jasmine Camacho-Quinn is a Puerto Rican-American track and field athlete. She won the gold medal in the women’s 100m hurdles running for Puerto Rico at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. She took to her Instagram and shared the happy movement to the world with the caption “I’m sitting here lost for words…. I am THE Olympic Record Holder & the 2020 Olympic Gold Medalist in the 100H. I trained so hard for this moment & it was shown every time I competed. I flew my coach out from Ireland just to train me. He (John Coghlan) believed in me as much as Coach Gary did. They believed in me even when I doubted myself. My family, I love y’all and I thank y’all for riding with me always! My fans and supporters, Thank you so much for sticking with me. A long 5 years it has been but it was well worth it. The month of July was so hard for me mentally but those close to me helped me through it all. I overcame and conquered! I appreciate every single one of you who stuck by my side and believed in me when no one else did.”
Further added “Thank you Mommy @mcamachoquinn & Daddy for believing in me, supporting me through everything, and always being there for me. Guiding me in the right direction even when I did not want to listen. Thank you James, Robert @puertoricanbobby, & Miguel @yung_angel843 for being sickening but also being my best friends. Thank you Coach John & Coach Gary for coaching me up to this big moment. Y’all believed in me before I even had enough confidence in myself. Thank you to my training partners for pushing me daily. Thank you to my best friends and friends for being there. Thank you Mario for the massages. Thank you @drwebbdc and your amazing staff that’s helped me tremendously through everything since we met. Thank you Dr. Evers for being a listening ear. Thank you @daylinchaconpr for our Spanish-speaking moments and you being there for me every single day since I’ve arrived in Finland. Thank you Puerto Rico for believing in me. Thank you to my agent @doylemanagement for sticking beside me even when I didn’t want to listen. I also ran a new PR in the semi-finals at 12.26 and a new national record and the Olympic record! I could not have done this without the love and support all year! This is just the beginning baby.”
What is Jasmine Camacho-Quinn Net Worth?
Jasmine Camacho-Quinn Net Worth
$800K to $1 Million USD
Jasmine Camacho-Quinn was born on August 21, 1996, in North Charleston, SC, she is 24 years old. She is a Puerto Rican-American track and field athlete who is well known for 100 meters of hurdles. She won the gold medal in the women’s 100m hurdles at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. She participated in the 2016 Rio Olympics. She also competed at Baptist College in South Carolina, United States of America. Her Instagram boasts 175k followers with 49 posts at the time of writing this article. She set the record of 12.35 when she won gold at the London Olympics nearly a decade ago.
The estimated Net Worth of Jasmine Camacho-Quinn is between $800K to $1 Million USD.
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