Track and Field
- 2004 Olympic Games, silver in the 100m
- 2008 Olympic Games, 4th in the 100m
- 2012 Olympic Games, gold in the 4x100m relay
- Four-time USA Outdoor third place finisher
- 2005 World Outdoor 100m champion
- 2006 World Indoor silver medalist
- 2002 World Junior gold medalist
Fun Facts: Williams is an active volunteer with USATF’s Win With Integrity program, and was named the 2006 Visa Humanitarian of the Year ... She has also volunteered at Arcola Lakes Elementary School in Miami, Florida, where she assisting a class of deaf students ... Graduated from Miami in 3 and a half years, delivering her commencement speech on Dec. 16, 2004
USA Track & Field
When The Track Ended, Lauryn Williams Jumped In A Bobsled And Did What No Woman Had Before
Stuart Lieberman March 25, 2016
Williams became the first U.S. woman to win Olympic summer and winter medals.
Red, White & Trending: Dec. 25-31
Jamie MacDonald Jan. 01, 2016
Turn that last page on the calendar and follow along with the first RWT of 2016 — full of new beginnings for a BMX pair, inspirational messages from workout wonders, forgotten acquaintances, Christmas gift fails, Lindsey Vonn colliding with a tree and much more.
Gallery: From Track To Bobsled: Celebrating Lauryn Williams' Historic Career
Feb. 19, 2015
The only U.S. woman to medal at both the summer and winter editions of the Games retires.
Lauryn Williams Gives Bobsled Another Go
Karen Rosen Jan. 14, 2015
The summer and winter Olympic medalist returns to the sport she says "brought joy into my life."
Top 14 Of 2014: Most Popular Team USA Stories
Lisa Costantini Jan. 01, 2015
With a year so full as 2014, it’s hard to remember everything that happened. So to help refresh your memory, here’s the top 14 most read TeamUSA.org stories of 2014.
Top 14 Of 2014: Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games
Paul D. Bowker Dec. 29, 2014
Amazing performances, charismatic athletes and social media made the 2014 Winter Games an event to remember.
Top 14 Of 2014: Team USA Women
Paul D. Bowker Dec. 17, 2014
U.S. women made the world their stage in 2014 with memorable performances in Sochi, Russia, and around the world.
Veterans Teach Rookies The Ropes In Bobsled
Karen Rosen Dec. 11, 2014
Five U.S. pilots from the 2014 Olympic Winter Games return for the world cup circuit, pushed by a group of primarily rookie bobsled athletes.
Gallery: Sochi's 100 Most Memorable Images
June 03, 2014
Team For Tomorrow: Lauryn Williams
Randy Jennings May 12, 2014
The bobsled and track Olympic medalist met with students in Dallas
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