Libania Grenot

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Libania Grenot Martinez (born 12 July 1983) is a Cuban-born Italian former athlete specialising in the 400 metres. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Libania Grenot has received more than 37,976 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Libania Grenot is the 2,199th most popular athlete, the 183rd most popular biography from Cuba and the 27th most popular Cuban Athlete.

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  • 15

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Among athletes, Libania Grenot ranks 2,199 out of 3,055Before her are Ben Ainslie, Guillermo Pérez, Yuriy Cheban, Kamila Lićwinko, Kendra Harrison, and Juris Šics. After her are Verena Sailer, Wojciech Nowicki, Lü Xiaojun, Barbara Engleder, Zulfiya Chinshanlo, and Christophe Kempé.

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Among people born in 1983, Libania Grenot ranks 881Before her are Krzysztof Lijewski, Franck Béria, Masahiro Okamoto, Stephan Hocke, Juris Šics, and Hocine Ragued. After her are Juan Carlos Medina, Jacob Appelbaum, Roy Chipolina, Kiril Terziev, Luis Saritama, and Hannibal Buress.

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In Cuba

Among people born in Cuba, Libania Grenot ranks 183 out of 202Before her are Yamilé Aldama (1972), Ismael Borrero (1992), Asley González (1989), Lázaro Bruzón (1982), Daimí Pernía (1976), and Orlando Ortega (1991). After her are Denia Caballero (1990), Yan Bartelemí (1980), Alexis Copello (1985), Óscar Brayson (1985), Yanet Bermoy (1987), and Lorenzo Sotomayor (1985).

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Among ATHLETES In Cuba

Among athletes born in Cuba, Libania Grenot ranks 27Before her are Yarisley Silva (1987), Yasmani Copello (1987), Yamilé Aldama (1972), Asley González (1989), Daimí Pernía (1976), and Orlando Ortega (1991). After her are Denia Caballero (1990), Alexis Copello (1985), Óscar Brayson (1985), Yanet Bermoy (1987), Lorenzo Sotomayor (1985), and Juan Miguel Echevarría (1998).