Ana Fidelia Quirot

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Ana Fidelia Quirot Moré (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈana fiˈðelja kiˈɾot]; born March 23, 1963) is a former track and field athlete from Cuba, who specialised in the 800 metres but was also successful over 400 m. At 800 metres, she is a two-time World Champion (1995, 1997) and a two-time Olympic medallist (1992, 1996). Her best time of 1:54.44 from 1989 still ranks her fifth on the world all-time list. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ana Fidelia Quirot has received more than 59,654 page views. Her biography is available in 22 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 19 in 2019). Ana Fidelia Quirot is the 886th most popular athlete (down from 724th in 2019), the 120th most popular biography from Cuba (down from 95th in 2019) and the 4th most popular Cuban Athlete.

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Among athletes, Ana Fidelia Quirot ranks 886 out of 3,055Before her are Arthur L. Newton, Gelindo Bordin, Gerd Kanter, Victor d'Arcy, Dorothy Poynton-Hill, and Evelyne Hall. After her are Tom Courtney, Tom Sandberg, Vladimir Yashchenko, Allan Wells, Tamás Mendelényi, and Tiril Eckhoff.

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Among people born in 1963, Ana Fidelia Quirot ranks 400Before her are Reb Beach, Peter Rufai, Martin Fowler, Jean-Marc Gounon, Pia Cramling, and Roland Nilsson. After her are Armin Schwarz, Lydia Cacho, José Basualdo, Blanca Fernández Ochoa, Zhu Jianhua, and Nadia Hasnaoui.

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In Cuba

Among people born in Cuba, Ana Fidelia Quirot ranks 120 out of 202Before her are José Carlos Somoza (1959), Manuel Marrero Cruz (1963), Armando Peraza (1924), Oswaldo Payá (1952), Iván Pedroso (1972), and Daína Chaviano (1957). After her are Zoé Valdés (1959), Guillermo Fariñas (1962), Addys Mercedes (1985), Yoel Romero (1977), María Caridad Colón (1958), and Guillermo Rigondeaux (1980).

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Among ATHLETES In Cuba

Among athletes born in Cuba, Ana Fidelia Quirot ranks 4Before her are Javier Sotomayor (1967), Alberto Juantorena (1950), and Iván Pedroso (1972). After her are María Caridad Colón (1958), Silvio Leonard (1955), Dayron Robles (1986), Maritza Martén (1963), Anier García (1976), Osleidys Menéndez (1979), Ángel Herrera Vera (1957), and Luis Delís (1957).