Wilma Rudolph

When did Wilma Rudolph enter the Olympics?

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Wilma Rudolph went to the Olympics for the first time in 1956 at age 16.

the 1956 & 1960 Olympics

she won three medals in the 1960 Olympics in rome.

Wilma Rudolph was a super Black woman track athlete. She won three gold medals at the 1960 Rome Olympics. She died in 1994.

She won three Gold Medals in the 1960 Rome Olympics.

Winning 3 gold medals at the 1960 Olympics games.

Wilma Rudolph didn't have a job she won 3 gold medals and 1 bronze in the Olympics and also got a full scholarship to Tennessee State University.

Wilma Rududolph became a famous runner. She also one 3 gold medals in one Olympics

Wilma Rudolph is a girl

Wilma Rudolph won 4 medals in two Olympics... a bronze in 1956 (Melbourne) and three golds in 1960 (Rome) I think the number in total medals won by Wilma Rudolph is five ,We must also remember that Wilma had polio and still won medals.

Wilma Rudolph's birth name is Wilma Glodean Rudolph.

Wilma Rudolph had four children

because she was the first African American women to be in the Olympics

Wilma Rudolph could go to school at the age of twelve.

Wilma Rudolph made the "Wilma Rudolph Foundation.

Wilma Rudolph was born on June 23, 1940.

Wilma Glodeam Rudolph lived in Clarksville, Tennessee

Four. Wilma Rudolph had four children

The Wilma Rudolph Foundation that was founded in 1982.

Wilma Rudolph is famous for being a track star

Wilma Rudolph retired in the year 1963.

One Of Wilma Rudolph Hardships Are She Had A Brace On Her Leg.

Wilma Rudolph had a sister named Yolanda Rudolph. Wilma also named her daughter Yolanda; Yolanda Eldridge.

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