BBC Sport pays tribute to British athlete Donna Hartley-Wass, who died suddenly on Saturday, aged 58.
The Southampton athlete anchored the Great Britain team to Olympic 4x400m relay bronze at the 1980 Games in Moscow, having won individual gold in the 400m at the Commonwealth Games in Edmonton, Canada, two years previously.
During her career she also ran under her maiden name Donna Murray and later became Donna Hartley-Wass. She was made an MBE in 1979.
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