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Nadia Comăneci   La famosa gimnasta rumana no fue la primera mujer en ganar el oro olímpico en gimnasia artística, pero fue la primera en lograr el puntaje perfecto de 10 en un torneo olímpico. Esta hazaña lograda en Montreal en 1976 la lanzó al estrellato internacional (y también a su entrenador, Béla Károlyi) en una época en la cual su país estaba aislado tras la cortina de hierro. Comăneci desertó a los EE. UU. en 1989.

Nadia Comăneci La famosa gimnasta rumana no fue la primera mujer en ganar el oro olímpico en gimnasia artística, pero fue la primera en lograr el puntaje perfecto de 10 en un torneo olímpico. Esta hazaña lograda en Montreal en 1976 la lanzó al estrellato internacional (y también a su entrenador, Béla Károlyi) en una época en la cual su país estaba aislado tras la cortina de hierro. Comăneci desertó a los EE. UU. en 1989.

“Pain is temporary. Quitting lasts forever.” - Lance Armstrong

“Pain is temporary. Quitting lasts forever.” - Lance Armstrong

Silver medallist Emily Seebohm of Australia, gold medallist Missy Franklin of the United States and bronze medallist Aya Terakawa of Japan celebrate with their medals during the Victory Ceremony for the women's 100m Backstroke on Day 3 of the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Silver medallist Emily Seebohm of Australia, gold medallist Missy Franklin of the United States and bronze medallist Aya Terakawa of Japan celebrate with their medals during the Victory Ceremony for the women's 100m Backstroke on Day 3 of the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Paul Rusesabagina.In the midst of Rwanda’s 1994 genocide, when machete-wielding Hutu extremists murdered 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus in 100 days, Paul Rusesabagina turned the hotel he managed in Kigali, the country’s capital, into an oasis of safety. His actions, which saved the lives of 1,268 refugees, inspired the 2004 film Hotel Rwanda, in which he was memorably portrayed by Oscar nominee Don Cheadle. But in his recently released memoir, An Ordinary Man, Rusesabagina rebuffs…

Paul Rusesabagina.In the midst of Rwanda’s 1994 genocide, when machete-wielding Hutu extremists murdered 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus in 100 days, Paul Rusesabagina turned the hotel he managed in Kigali, the country’s capital, into an oasis of safety. His actions, which saved the lives of 1,268 refugees, inspired the 2004 film Hotel Rwanda, in which he was memorably portrayed by Oscar nominee Don Cheadle. But in his recently released memoir, An Ordinary Man, Rusesabagina rebuffs…

December 2015 how could u not adore him ! ...so good looking and humble , and did you read about his life its quite something.

December 2015 how could u not adore him ! ...so good looking and humble , and did you read about his life its quite something.

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