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  MARÍA CARIDAD COLÓN RUENES  (1958-)

She was born in Baracoa, Guantánamo, and is grand-daughter of a mambi general of the Cuban independence wars. She became the first Latin American woman winning an Olympic medal of gold in the javelin throw in Moscow, 1980. She started in 1975 and three years later she won the Central American and Caribbean Games in Medellín. At the following year, in the Panamerican Games of San Juan, she rose above the field with the record of these versions at 62.30 m. She started another Olympic cycle with gold in the Central American and Caribbean Games in 1982, Havana and in the continental competition of 1983 Caracas, she was crowned again.
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