Jenn Suhr, the world’s number one ranked female pole vaulter and silver medalist, just qualified for the 2012 Olympic games after clearing 15 feet, 1 inch in the pole vault in the US track trails.
Suhr received a silver medalist in the 2008 Beijing Olympics games. However, her athletic career has not always been easy. In 2011, Suhr started to experience severe fatigue, weakness, and leg cramping and thought her career was coming to an end. She was soon after diagnosed with celiac disease. After sticking to a gluten-free diet was able to fully recover and train for the 2012 Olympics.
Root for gluten-free hero, Jenn Suhr in the 2012 Olympics. To learn more about her battle with celiac disease visit ESPN and Women Talk Sports.
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