Monday, 22 August 2016

Cancer survivor williams mill won silver for her country jamaica

Williams mills was diagnosed before the 2012 London Olympics, choosing to compete but
passing through mastectomy soon later.
Novlene Williams mill of Jamaica reacts after taking the second position in the women's 4x400 relay final at Rio 2016 Olympics games.
Williams in an interview with NBC Olympics said
              "Its indescribable  to know that four years ago, I was running and all I could think about was:I've got cancer",
"Now am back just trying to help my team win a medal". The 34 years Williams mills did just as she said by winning a silver for her country in the women's 4x400 relay on Saturday
The athlete, whose older sister died of ovarian cancer in 2019, kept silent about her diagnosis and surgeries but went public to inspire other women she told spike magazine. She started competing again in 2012,describing body so "exhausted" and slow that she questioned whether she could continue.
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