Lennox Miller Reaches Finish Line

:frowning: LOS ANGELES, California, Nov 9 - Lennox Miller, who won two Olympic 100 metre medals for Jamaica and was the father of top American female sprinter Inger Miller, died Monday of cancer.
Miller, a 100m silver medal winner in 1968 in Mexico City and a bronze medal winner from Munich in 1972, was 58 years old.
Miller, who hailed from Kingston but went on to study in California and eventually opened a dentist practice, also came second in the Commonwealth Games in the 1970 event behind compatriot Don Quarrie.
Inger Miller followed literally in her father’s career footsteps, winning the world 200 metres title in Seville, Spain in 1999. She also won the 4x100m relay title at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.