Sha’Carri Richardson Tells USATF, 'Stop Posting my Name & Image For Clickbait'

Sha’Carri Richardson Tells USATF, ‘Stop Posting my Name & Image For Clickbait’

Sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson has been generating headlines lately as she makes her way back up to the top. But, the runner is not happy that the USATF (USA Track & Field), which is the sports governing body, is using her name, likeness, and image when promoting upcoming events.

Last month, in her first race of the season, Richardson won the 2022 Duval County Challenge American Track League with a time of 11.27 seconds. In her most recent competition, although she clocked a faster time, she came in second place losing out to Elaine Thompson-Herah who achieved a 10.79 clocked time to win the race. Richardson came in slightly behind Thompson-Herah while barely crossing the line ahead of Shericka Jackson at the finish as both sprinters came in at 10.92.

As she prepares for her next race, which will be taking place on Sunday, June 12, she is upset that the USATF is actually promoting her in her next appearance. USATF was promoting an upcoming track meet that stated that Gabby Thomas will be going up against Richardson.

The post evidently didn’t sit well with Richardson and she responded by writing, “Stop posting my name & image for clickbait.”

This caught Twitter fans by surprise as some came to her defense while many didn’t understand why she had a beef with the organization promoting one of their well-known athletes via social media.

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