The Golden Moments Of Mireia Belmonte In The Depths Of An Historic Olympic Victory

Mireia Belmonte on her way to gold in Rio as the first Spanish woman ever to claim an Olympic swimming title - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Rio Refections. Mireia Belmonte – two silvers at London 2012, a bronze in the 400m medley on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The best was yet to come: 200m butterfly, gold, the first ever Olympic title in the pool for a Spanish woman. Now, beyond the trail of celebration and degree exams, she wants to add a world title to her treasury to add to her many golden moments, most of them unseen

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Rio Refections. Mireia Belmonte – two silvers at London 2012, a bronze in the 400m medley on day one of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The best was yet to come: 200m butterfly, gold, the first ever Olympic title in the pool for a Spanish woman. Now, beyond the trail of celebration and degree exams, she wants to add a world title to her treasury to add to her many golden moments, most of them unseen

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