“She Can Do it All”: Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone Reveals Another Talent Days After Starting Her Career As an Author

Published 02/09/2024, 8:45 AM EST

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When Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone said “I am so sad to share that I must withdraw from this year’s World Championships meet in Budapest”, her fans had no greater reason to lament. Though 2023 has been a one-of-a-kind year for most US track and field stars, the 400m hurdle didn’t feel contentious enough for Sydney-verse. The reason: She mindfully sat out of track in the wake of a minor knee issue. But she’s making a comeback, isn’t she?

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2024 being the Olympics year, athletes who have dealt with health issues posing a threat to their craft have girded up to grace the global stage. Likewise, even McLaughlin-Levrone has chalked out her plans. But is her talent on track only limited to sprinting and jumping over hurdles? Let’s move on to see the real story unveil.

A new skill unlocked or rather came to public attention

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Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone didn’t set out to be an author, but with her “Far Beyond Gold: Running From Fear to Faith,” release, we have to say that experience made her one. But the woman who’s nothing short of blazing has a secret to her successes. Juggling has been a must before she steps foot on the track. Why? Let’s hear the queen speak. The Instagram post of The Kelly Clarkson Show caught the Olympian voicing, “Number one, for like calming you down. It gives you something else to focus on, for hand-eye coordination. And it’s a really good party trick”. We knew of Levrone’s religious beliefs doing wonders in all realms of her life. But little did we know of her meditation formula.

Showing off her skills, the gorgeous track beauty donned a red bodycon with her copper tresses left loose. The 2020 Tokyo Olympics all-around gold medalist has several accolades and record-breaking moments under her belt. The two most notable are the 52-second and 51-second barrier break in the 400 m hurdles. But on her new skill revelation, fans have more reason to adulate her.

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Fans drop in with heartfelt notes for Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone

One fan rehashed Levrone’s lines and said, “Juggling is a moving meditation.” Another fan chimed in to add some lines to her praise. Said, “I love her, although it should be illegal to be that incredibly beautiful, that incredibly talented”. Moving on, a dedicated fan of the Olympian didn’t question her versatility even a tad bit. Said, “She can do it all”.

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Probably a neighbor, an Instagram user left an opinion in the comment box. Wrote, “She lives in my town. She is the sweetest person ever”. Another fan accepted Sydney’s global position by saying, “Syd is a national treasure!” With faint Paris bells audible already, we’re all set to watch the 24-year-old back in action again.

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Agnijeeta Majumder

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With a passion for sports and an active lifestyle, I delved into the world of journalism and here I am creating insights on various avenues of the sporting realm. In my school years, I could often be found loitering about with a throw ball in hand or maybe engaging in a tough bout. My active participation in both traditional sports and hiking escapades has considerably shaped my mind and its thoughts.
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Sampurna Pal

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