Pan American Games Competitors for Cuba: Adriana Munoz, Aguelmis Rojas, Alberto Sanchez (Athlete), Alexis Paumier, Amaurys Valle, Anaelys Fernandez, a

 
9781156099742: Pan American Games Competitors for Cuba: Adriana Munoz, Aguelmis Rojas, Alberto Sanchez (Athlete), Alexis Paumier, Amaurys Valle, Anaelys Fernandez, a
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 78. Chapters: Adriana Muñoz, Aguelmis Rojas, Alberto Sánchez (athlete), Alexis Paumier, Amaurys Valle, Anaelys Fernández, Anay Tejeda, Andy González (athlete), Ángel Matos, Anier García, Arasay Thondike, Ariadna Capiró, Aymée Martínez, Carlos Véliz, Dailis Caballero, Daimí Pernía, Daimí Ramírez, Daisurami Bonne, Dalixia Fernández, Dayron Robles, Denia Caballero, Eglis Yaima Cruz, Emeterio González, Emilio Correa (boxer born 1985), Emperatriz Wilson, Erick Fornaris, Francisco Álvarez (beach volleyball), Frank Casañas, Gretchen Quintana, Guillermo Martínez (athlete), Guillermo Rigondeaux, Ibrahim Rojas, Idalmis Bonne, Idel Torriente, Indira Terrero, Isbel Luaces, Iván Cambar, Iván Pedroso, Jadier Valladares, Javier Sotomayor, Jorge Betancourt, Jorge Fernández (athlete), Jorge Sánchez Salgado, José Ángel César, José Guerra, Juan Carlos Stevens, Julio César la Cruz, Karel Aguilar Chacon, Kenia Carcaces, Lázaro Álvarez, Ledis Balceiro, Lenier Pero, Lesyani Mayor, Leyanet Gonzalez, Liana Mesa, Lisdeivis Víctores, Liset Castillo, Lois Maikel Martínez, Lorenzo Aragón, Luis Méliz, Mabel Gay, Magalys García, Mailyn González, Mariela González, Mario Kindelán, Mayra González, Michael Herrera, Michael Sánchez, Michel López Núñez, Milaisis Duanys, Misleydis Compañy, Misleydis González, Nancy Carrillo, Nelkis Casabona, Odelvis Dominico, Odlanier Solís, Omar Cisneros, Oriol Camejo, Osleidys Menéndez, Osmay Acosta, Osniel Tosca, Oyanaisis Gelis, Pavel Pimienta, Pedro Iznaga, Pedro Pablo Pérez, Raidel Acea, Raydel Corrales, Raydel Hierrezuelo, Robeisy Ramírez, Robertlandy Simón, Roberto Janet, Robert Alfonso, Rolando Jurquin, Rose Mary Almanza, Rosir Calderón, Roxana Díaz (athlete), Sergio Álvarez Boulet, Sonia Bisset, Suchitel Ávila, Taimara Suero, Tamara Larrea, Víctor Moya, Virgen Benavides, Wilfredo Martínez, Yaima Ortíz, Yainelis Ribeaux, Yamilé Martínez, Yanelis Santos, Yania Ferrales, Yan Bartelemí, Yaquelín Plutín, Yarelys Barrios, Yargelis Savigne, Yarisley Silva, Yayma Boulet, Yeimer López, Yipsi Moreno, Yoandri Betanzos, Yoandri Díaz, Yoandri Salinas, Yoandry Hernández, Yoanka González, Yoan Pablo Hernández, Yoelbi Quesada, Yoel Hernández (athlete), Yonelvis Águila, Yordanis Borrero, Yordanis Despaigne, Yordanis García, Yordenis Ugás, Yosvani Aguilera, Yosvany Suárez, Yosvany Veitía, Yudelkis Martínez, Yudith Águila, Yuleidis Limonta, Yulianne Rodríguez, Yumari González, Yumileidi Cumbá, Yumilka Ruíz, Yunaika Crawford, Yuniel Hernández, Yuriorkis Gamboa, Yusidey Silié, Yusiel Nápoles, Yusleinis Herrera, Yusmay Bicet, Zoila Barros, Zulia Calatayud. Excerpt: Javier Sotomayor Sanabria (born October 13, 1967) is a Cuban former track and field athlete, who specialized in the high jump and is the current world record holder. The 1992 Olympic champion, he was the dominant high jumper of the 1990s; he is the only person ever to have cleared 8 feet (2.44 meters). He is widely regarded as the best high jumper of all time. Cuban boycotts of the Olympics in 1984 and 1988 and an injury in 1996 cost him chances at additional Olympic medals, but he returned to win the silver medal at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney. Sotomayor retired in 2001. Sotomayor was born October 13, 1967 in Limonar, Matanzas Province. The son of a day-care worker and a sugar factory maintenance man, Sotomayor was first sent to a Cuban sports school as a prospective basketball player because of his height. At age 14, coaches made him a high jumper. By 19, he was ranked No. 5 in the world. He is 1.95 metres (6 ft 5 in) tall and is married to fellow Cuban high jumper Maria del Carmen Garcia. They have two children, both boys. Sotomayor listed his competition weight at 82 kilograms (181 pounds). Sotomayor was only 15 when he first cleared 2 meters (6' 6 3/4")...

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