Wilma Rudolph Print


Wilma Rudolph was world-record-holding Olympic sprinter. She won three gold medals and broke three world records at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome. She did all this despite being told as a child that she would never walk again – nevermind run. She came down with both scarlet fever and polio growing up, which forced her to wear a brace on her leg. I don't know whether it takes a miracle or sheer determination to overcome that to become an Olympic champion, but holy cow. More people need to know her name.

This 8"x8" print is the perfect addition for your studio or office to pay homage to your favorite extraordinary woman and serve as a constant source of inspiration.

This illustration is printed on 100 lb matte smooth finish paper. The luxurious print will look great by itself, or placed in your own favorite frame.

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