Ronetta Smith Is a Professional Jamaican Sprinter

August 29, 2009
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Meet Ronetta Smith. She is a Jamaican Sprinter and bronze medalist. Read Ronetta Smith’s biography and watch video after the jump.




Ronetta Smith is a graduate from Louisiana State University. Smith stands at 5’7″ and weighs 130 Lbs. Learn more about Ronetta Smith after the jump.




Ronetta Smith Biography

As a biography Ronetta Smith is a Professional Jamaican Sprinter who was born on May 2, 1980 in Jamaica. Smith is a graduate from both Camperdown High School and Louisiana State University and is a bronze and silver medalist.

In 2003 Ronetta attended the World Championships with her team. They won the 4×400 metre relay event, taking home a bronze medal. In 2004 Ronetta Smith went on to attend the Summer Olympics. Unfortunately she was replaced by Professional Sprinter Novlene Williams.

The team did however score a bronze medal. In 2005 Smith competed in the World Championships, obtaining her second silver medal in the 4×400 metre relay event.

More photos and a video of Ronetta Smith are below.




Ronetta Smith Video
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