LAKE FOREST, Ill. (CBS) — The Quinn family is celebrating an Olympic champion.

Jasmine Camacho-Quinn – the sister of Bears linebacker Robert Quinn – won a gold medal in the Olympics. Her brother watched it happen at Halas Hall.

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Camacho-Quinn, competing for Puerto Rico where their mother was born, won the 100-meter hurdles Sunday night, after setting an Olympic record in the semifinals.

It is only the second-ever gold medal for Puerto Rico. Quinn watched his sister’s race, with his wife and daughter along with Coach Matt Nagy, General Manager Ryan Pace, and some teammates.

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He could barely contain his emotions while he saw his baby sister running to glory.

“My phone went flying this way, and I ran up to the screen, and I could see her starting to pull away, so I’m still, again, in disbelief. Yeah, I don’t know, I just want to see the gold medal in person, so I’m waiting for her to get back,” Quinn said. “To be the best in the world, a lot of people don’t get to say that, so I can say that about my baby sister.”

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Quinn said he spoke to his sister a couple times Monday congratulating her. As he said, he just plays football. She’s a world champion.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff