|Full name||Lillie Mae Leatherwood|
|Born||July 6, 1964 (age 53)
Tuscaloosa, Alabama, U.S.
She competed for the United States in the 1984 Summer Olympics held in Los Angeles, U.S. in the 4 x 400 metres where she won the gold medal with her team mates Sherri Howard, Olympic 400 m champion Valerie Brisco-Hooks and 400 m silver medalist Chandra Cheeseborough.
Lillie was born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Brought up in Ralph, Lillie attended the University of Alabama, in the 1986 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships Lillie captured the 400-m title with a 1st-place finish in an indoor collegiate record-setting time of 51.23s. She was also the National Champion in the 400-meter dash at the 1985 NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships, with a time of 53.12 seconds.
Lillie became a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority in 1986 through the Iota Eta Chapter at the University of Alabama. She became married on November 20, 1986 to teammate & Olympian, Emmit King, member of Phi Beta Sigma. Lillie now resides in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and is employed by the Tuscaloosa City Police Department.
Tuscaloosa Police Department Officer Lillie Leatherwood
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