The 1988 Olympics in Seoul were all about one woman: Flo-Jo, who sprinted into our hearts and along the way earned the title of Fastest Woman of All Time.
A runner from the age of seven, the beloved USA track and field phenom Florence Griffith Joyner almost never made it to the Olympic finish line, quitting the sport at age 19 in order to provide for her family. But with the help of UCLA track coach Bob Kersee, Joyner returned. Flash forward 10 years, and Flo-Jo left the competition in the dust, laid waste to the history books and set still-untouched records in the 100 meter and 200 meter events en route to being crowned a three-time Olympic gold medalist. Pay homage.