Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 23. Chapters: Alemayehu Bezabeh, Álvaro Rodríguez (athlete), Amaia Piedra, Anacleto Jiménez, Andrés Ballbé, Andrés Manuel Díaz, Antonio David Jiménez, Antonio Manuel Reina, Antonio Páez, Arturo Casado, Benjamín González, Carmen Valero, Colomán Trabado, David Bustos, Diego Ruiz (athlete), Dolores Checa, Élian Périz, Eliseo Martín, Fermín Cacho, Francisco Javier Abad, Iris Fuentes-Pila, Isaac Viciosa, Isabel Macías, Jesús España, José Antonio Redolat, José Luis Blanco, José Luis González (athlete), José Manuel Abascal, Juan Carlos Higuero, Juan de Dios Jurado, Kevin López, Luis Alberto Marco, Luis Javier González, Luis Miguel Martín, Maite Zúñiga, Manuel Olmedo, Manuel Pancorbo, Marta Domínguez, Mateo Cañellas, Mayte Martínez, Miguel Quesada, Miriam Bravo, Natalia Rodríguez (athlete), Nuria Fernández, Reyes Estévez, Roberto Parra, Rosa Morató, Sergio Gallardo, Sergio Sánchez (athlete), Teófilo Benito, Tomás de Teresa, Yousef El Nasri, Zulema Fuentes-Pila. Excerpt: Marta Domínguez Azpeleta (born 3 November 1975) is a Spanish runner. She was accused of drug dealing and doping but later acquitted (see below). Dominguez currently competes mainly in 3000 m steeplechase, a distance in which she was the 2009 world champion. She has represented Spain three times at the Summer Olympics and has competed at the World Championships on six occasions. Marta Domínguez had her first successes over 5000 metres: she won the bronze at the 1998 European Athletics Championships and reached the global podium at the 2001 World Championships in Athletics, winning the silver medal. She scored a gold medal double in 2002 by taking a 3000 metres win at the European Athletics Indoor Championships, before going on to become European champion at the 2002 European Championships. She achieved silver medals in the same events at the IAAF World Indoor Championships and 2003 World Championships in Athletics the following year. She retained her European crown at the 2006 European Athletics Championships. From 2007 onwards she began to experiment with other events and she won the senior race at the 2007 European Cross Country Championships in Toro, Spain. Domínguez switched to the steeplechase in 2008 and ran in the inaugural Olympic race at the 2008 Beijing Games, although she failed to finish. The 2009 World Championships in Athletics saw a reversal of fortunes as she won the gold medal, and she then took European silver in the event in 2010. As the defending world champion, she was given a free entry into the 2011 World Championships in Athletics but had to decline due to her pregnancy. In December 2010, Dominguez was arrested for her connection in a doping ring as part of Operación Galgo. In April 2011, Dominguez was acquitted of these charges when it was found the substances were not illegal. In the past she was adept to 5000 metres and 10,000. In 1998 Marta won her first championship medal in the European Championships in Budapest in the 5000 metres, winni
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