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Sheila Herrero
Sportswomen

Biography of Sheila Herrero, Spanish athlete

Click here if you want to see this biography in Spanish translation. Biography of Sheila Herrero, Spanish athlete who competed in speed skating on inline skates. She is the Spanish athlete with the most world triumphs: no less than 15 gold medals in world championships. She still holds four world records in skating. Sheila Herrero …

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Steffi Graf
Sportswomen

Biography of Steffi Graf German, tennis player

Click here if you want to see this biography in Spanish translation. Biography of Steffi Graf, tennis player. She is German and is considered to be one of the best tennis players in the world and on seven occasions was the World Champion of women’s tennis. In 1999 the Associated Press named her “Best Tennis …

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Amelia Earhart
Sportswomen

Amelia Earhart American, Aviator Biography

Click here if you want to see this biography in Spanish translation. Biography of Amelia Earhart, the first woman to cross the Atlantic Ocean in an airplane, piloting herself. She performed this feat on May 20, 1932. History of transatlantic flights In April 1932, an American aristocrat (Amy Guest) had purchased one of the few …

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Gemma Mengual
Sportswomen

Biography of Gemma Mengual, Spanish swimmer

Click here if you want to see this biography in Spanish translation. Biography of Gemma Mengual, Spanish athlete of synchronized swimming, considered one of the flagship athletes of Spanish sport. In 1992, Gemma Mengual joined the Spanish national swimming team. In her palmaré stand out 17 Gold, 18 Silver and 12 Bronze medals, among World, …

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Marlene Ahrens
Sportswomen

Biography of Marlene Ahrens, Chilean athlete

Click here if you want to see this biography in Spanish translation. Biography of Marlene Ahrens, Chilean athlete who, with a javelin throw, won for Chile the first Olympic medal won by a woman. This victory was achieved at the “Melbourne Olympics” in 1956. She also won two gold medals at the Pan American Games, …

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Ona Carbonell
Sportswomen

Biography of Ona Carbonell, Spanish swimmer

Click here if you want to see this biography in Spanish translation. Biography of Ona Carbonell, Spanish swimmer, captain of the Spanish synchronized swimming team. She is the woman with the most medals in the history of the swimming world championships. Childhood and family of Ona Carbonell Ona Carbonell Ballestero was born in Barcelona, ​​on …

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Teresa Perales
Sportswomen

Biography of Teresa Perales, Spanish swimmer

Click here if you want to see this biography in Spanish translation. Biography of Teresa Perales Fernández, Spanish heroine, extraordinary Paralympic swimmer. Winner of 26 swimming medals at the Summer Paralympic Games. In addition, she won 20 medals at the Paralympic Swimming World Championships. The early years of Teresa Perales María Teresa Perales Fernández was …

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Vera Menchik
Sportswomen

Biography of Vera Menchik, British chess player

Click here if you want to see this biography in Spanish translation. Biography of Vera Menchik, British chess player, of Russian origin, absolute dominator of women’s chess from 1926 until her tragic death in 1944, during World War II. This young British woman was the world’s first female chess champion. Also, Vera Menchik is the …

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