Olympic gold medallist Denise Lewis was celebrating today after giving birth to a child girl The 29-year-old competitor what’s more, her partner, Belgian sprinter Patrick Stevens, were “delighted”, a representative said Lewis, who took gold in the

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Olympic gold medallist Denise Lewis was celebrating today after giving birth to a child girl
The 29-year-old competitor what’s more, her partner, Belgian sprinter Patrick Stevens, were “delighted”, a representative said
Lewis, who took gold in the heptathlon at the Sydney Olympics in 2000, gave birth to the 3 2kg (7lb 4oz) young lady at a London clinic on Monday
She was conceived by common conveyance what’s more, both mother what’s more, infant are doing well, the representative said
The landing of a little young lady took the couple by surprise, she added
“The couple had been persuaded that they were going to have a kid what’s more, in this way had not chosen on any girls’ names,” she said
The Wolverhampton-born athlete, who presently lives in north-west London, has promised to contend at the World Titles in 2003 what’s more, guard her Olympic title in Athens in 2004

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