Western New York’s Jenn Suhr Retires From Pro Track And Field; Leaves With Two Olympic Medals
ROCHESTER, NY (WHEC) – Fredonia native Jenn Suhr has retired from professional Track and Field competition, announcing her decision on twitter.
The end of an era for one local Olympian. ?? https://t.co/bRduS8q9pS— Jackson Roberts (@JrobertsTV_) June 23, 2022
She became well known to the Rochester area years ago. In the early 2000s, she starred on the Roberts Wesleyan Track and Field Team. Then, four years after graduating in 2004, Suhr was Summer Olympics bound.
There in Beijing, where she won silver in the Pole Vault. Four years later, Suhr took home gold in London. The next summer games in Rio would be her final one, where she finished 7th.