Me’Lisa Barber Biography – Age

Born on October 4, 1980, Me’Lisa Barber is an American track and field sprint athlete. She came to limelight when she won her first major international championships gold medal by running 50.3 lead leg on Team USA’s winning 4×400 relay in 2003 with teammates Demetria Washington, Sanya Richards and the notable Jearl Miles-Clark World Outdoor Championships in Paris.

With her family

Weighing 125 lb (57 kg) and with a height of 5 ft 4 in (163 cm), Me’Lisa won U.S outdoor 100 m dash and the 4×100 relay Gold medalist in the World Championships, making her one of the only athletes to win gold medals in back to back World Championships in the 4×100 and 4×400 meter relays, this occured in 2005.

With her Twin Miki

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