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Snowy night2010-04-17 20:10:30 +0000 #1
I remember an article on the seen of her presentation, which was originally due to be diagnosed with a disability, life can not walk, and later through their own efforts to learn to walk out of wheelchairs, and eventually get an Olympic medal. Forget the names of the ... ... emergency! ! ! ! !
Dream on peak2010-04-17 20:15:12 +0000 #2
Wilma Rudolph (Wilma · Rudolph)

Wilma Rudolph in child health is not very good, had too polio, scarlet fever and bilateral pneumonia, their home A total of 22 children, Rudolph was the first 20, but she eventually overcome these terrible diseases, to become history's greatest Olympic sprinter of women. 1956 Melbourne Olympic Games, 16-year-old Rudolph was 4 × 100 meter relay bronze. Four years later, Rudolf in 1960, the United States Championship to 22 seconds 9 results broke the world record for 200 meters. Rome Olympics, Rudolph participated in the 100 meters, 200 meters and 4 × 100 meter relay race. 100-meter semifinal, she had 11 seconds to 3 Zhongping world record, and later ran in the final 11 seconds 0 to 3 m victor. As the wind, her 100-meter results not be recognized as an official world record. Three days later, she was easily in the 200-meter gold medal race. Finally the 4 × 100 meter relay, she helped the U.S. team in the semi-finals will rewrite the world record of 44 seconds 4, and in the final was her third Olympic medal. As she gracefully running, the European media praised her "black antelope." Rudolph retired in 1962, ending his athletic career. After retiring, Rudolf career in coaching, and done a lot of work for the poor children. Rudolph died of brain tumors later, only 54 years old.

Wilma Rudolph • Olympic history is the greatest woman sprinter one. Rodolfo retired in 1962, ending his athletic career. After retiring, Rudolf career in coaching, and done a lot of work for the poor children.

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