They disclosed the news saying, “we can’t wait to meet our little bundle of joy.”
This exciting news means that Miller-Uibo will not be able to defend her 400m title at the 2023 World Championships in Budapest.
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Miller-Uibo, a 28-year-old Bahamian athlete, has significantly impacted the world of athletics with her achievements. She has won Olympic gold in the 400m in both the 2016 Rio Olympics and the 2021 Tokyo Games. Miller-Uibo also secured her first world title in the 400m in Eugene, Oregon in 2022, and was runner-up in the event at the 2015 Beijing World Championships and the 2019 Doha World Championships.
Miller-Uibo had previously planned to transition from the 400m to the 200m and focus on the event leading up to the 2024 Paris Olympics. She already holds a 200m bronze from the 2017 World Championships and was the fastest woman in the world in the 200m in 2019.
Stay tuned for more updates on the exciting journey of Olympic champion Shaunae Miller-Uibo and her family.