Sha’Carri Richardson Shocks Her Fans With a Stunning New Look Ahead of Brussels Diamond League

Published 09/02/2021, 12:47 PM EDT


Since her ban at Tokyo Olympics 2020, Sha’Carri Richardson has been trying to make a strong comeback on the field. Interestingly, her rivalry with the Jamaican trio is flaming. The trio has been dominating the race to date, as they even clean swept the Tokyo Olympics 2020 podium. Although she is yet to produce her best performance, Richardson has her head up high to win. Sha’Carri will again face off against Shericka Jackson at the Brussels Diamond League.

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Ahead of the Brussels Diamond League, the American star shocked her fans with a stunning change in her look.

Richardson colors her hair red in a fiery look

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Apart from her fire on the field, Sha’Carri Richardson is also known for her extravagant looks. Richardson has changed her hair color to red for the upcoming Brussels Diamond League.

The American sprinter also posted a story on her Instagram with the message “Violence”. The message seemed to be directed at her critics who have been underestimating her.

After the Tokyo Olympics 2020 ban, Sha’Carri had received an immense amount of support from her fans. Her comeback on the field was much awaited by her fans, but she had a rather disappointing performance.

At the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, Richardson finished at a shocking ninth position. Whereas Tokyo Olympics gold medalist and Jamaican sprinter Elaine Thompson won the race.

Sha’Carri Richardson vs Shericka Jackson

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The American star will go up against Jamaican sprinter Shericka Jackson in the 200m race at the Brussels Diamond League. Shericka had clinched the bronze medal at the recently concluded Tokyo Olympics 2020.

The Brussels race is the second last chance for Richardson to redeem her position. Interestingly, the Olympic champion in the 200m race, Elaine Thompson, won’t be competing due to fatigue.

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Albeit, the Olympic silver medalist Christine Mboma will be part of the race. The Namibian sensations will give a tough competition to Sha’Carri. Richardson has been constantly saying that she is not done, and this will be her moment to prove that she is the real deal. Whether Sha’Carri Richardson will race to glory or not shall be clear on the 3rd of September.

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Shreya Verma

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Shreya Verma is an NBA and Tennis Author at EssentiallySports. A graduate of Political Science, Shreya comes from a strong sports background. A professional 10m air pistol shooter, Shreya is also a tennis enthusiast.

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