The Minnesota Lynx superstar Sylvia Fowles is retiring from the WNBA.

The Minnesota Lynx superstar Sylvia Fowles is retiring from the WNBA.

She is the WNBA’s all-time leading player with 8-time All-Star, a 2-time Finals MVP, 4-time Gold Medal winning Olympian.

Fowles has no desire to stay involved in sports. She is going to do job in funeral industry in Florida.

Fowles has no desire to stay involved in sports. She is going to do job in funeral industry in Florida.

2021: Member of Team USA in Tokyo, becoming the sixth player in Olympic basketball history to win 4 gold medals.

2021: Member of Team USA in Tokyo, becoming the sixth player in Olympic basketball history to win 4 gold medals.

2016: Earned her third Olympic gold medal on Aug. 20 in Rio de Janeiro

2016: Earned her third Olympic gold medal on Aug. 20 in Rio de Janeiro

2012: Won gold at the Summer Olympics in London

2012: Won gold at the Summer Olympics in London

2010: won  gold with Team USA at the FIBA World Championship in the Czech Republic

2010: won  gold with Team USA at the FIBA World Championship in the Czech Republic

 2008: Won gold with Team USA at the Summer Olympics in Beijing

 2008: Won gold with Team USA at the Summer Olympics in Beijing