Today’s Doodle Represents 44th birthday of Mexican Olympic-champion weightlifter Soraya Jiménez

The present Doodle, delineated by Mexico-based visitor craftsman Carolina Martínez, praises the 44th birthday celebration of Mexican Olympic-champion weightlifter Soraya Jiménez, the primary Mexican lady to at any point win an Olympic gold.

Soraya Jiménez Mendivil was brought into the world on this day in 1977 in Naucalpan de Juárez, Mexico. As a kid, she swam seriously and played ball and badminton in any case tracked down her actual athletic bringing in weightlifting. She got her first platform succeed at only 17 years of age, putting third at the 1994 NORCECA Cup in Colorado Springs.

In 1996, Jiménez procured her first significant title succeed at the Simón Bolívar International in Venezuela, where her exhibition demonstrated her to be a genuine competitor on the worldwide circuit. The years that followed were beautified with titles from across the Americas, which incorporated a weight-class win in the Central American and Caribbean Games just as a silver at the Pan American Games. A blend of 1999 title succeeds at the NORCECA Cup, the Greek Tofalos International, and the Bulgarian National Championships set up Jiménez as a supported leader heading into the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games.

Jiménez’s athletic vocation arrived at its peak when she lifted an amazing absolute of 497 pounds, bringing home the gold in the 58 kg (128 lbs) class weightlifting occasion at the 2000 Summer Games. In spite of the fact that she resigned in 2004, Jiménez kept on sharing her enthusiasm for sports as a telecaster for Televisa, the world’s biggest Spanish-language media organization.

Cheerful birthday, Soraya Jiménez—much obliged for utilizing your solidarity to leave a mark on the world!