Eagles vs Cowboys Welcome a Special Guest as US Olympic Sensation Makes a Surprise Visit

Published 12/11/2023, 9:27 AM EST

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The Dallas Cowboys vs Philadelphia Eagles has been a long-standing rivalry in the NFL realm. The intra-divisional factor has only ever upped the thrills and anticipation with each match. This season, as Week 14 took over, the two teams were back to fight it out. And as the action took its course on the grounds of AT&T, the Eagles vs Cowboys enthusiasts had a star amongst them gaining a spotlight in their midst.

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On Sunday, the two teams set forth to claim an essential win for each. The home team, Dallas Cowboys, having had consecutive success was looking for more than just a continued momentum. And as the team played on to dominate, 2-time Olympic medalist, Gabby Thomas seemed to have brought a little luck along.

The Eagles vs Cowboys has a surprise visitor

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On the 1oth, the Cowboys took on the field to put up 33-13 in their favor. The scores not only earned them a win but also helped them jump ahead of Philadelphia in the NFC East Standings owning 4-1. In the stands witnessing the spectacle among the Cowboys enthusiasts was Gabby Thomas. Arriving at AT&T, the icon adorned a grey jacket with an embossed team logo as seen on NBC Olympics and Paralympics’ X post. “Gabby Thomas!” they captioned sharing a clip of the star waving to the crowd with a smile.

Gabby Thomas, the American track and field athlete star, loves the world of sports as she does sprints. The stance stood true initially as she remarked, “I love sports sm,” on her social media and then followed as she graced the stadium.

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The sprinter also extended her enthusiasm as she revealed the football position she would embrace given a chance in an interview with Team USA. “I think I would be a wide receiver right, because they are fast.” Given the athlete’s records and further goals, the position would seem a fit.

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The Olympian reveals plans

The 27-year-old sprinter rose to fame as she put forth a worthy showcase at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. A bronze in 200m and a silver in the 4 X 100 relay put the youngster on the map. Today, keeping up with career after injury, Gabby has had a stellar 2023 season. She became the national champion for Women’s 200 and earned silver at the 2023 Worlds with 21.81 seconds on the clock. This was followed by a gold in the 4 X 100 relay with a championship record of 41.03 seconds.

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In owning it all, Gabby revealed that she is ‘looking forward to the Paris 2024 Olympics’ to Team USA.“When people hear Gabby Thomas, I want them to think…‘She’s a really good role model,’…I want to represent excellence and work ethic, both on and off the track,” Gabby stated and now she stands.

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Shivatmika Manvi

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