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Wilma Rudolph


When Wilma Rudolph was four years old help children learn about discipline and work.
Polio causes people to be crippled and unable to walk.
In Wilma's family there were encouraged Wilma to start running.
Wilma's mother took her by bus to  she won a bronze medal at the 1956 Olympics.
Wilma's brothers and sisters  twenty-two children.
By the time she was eight years old  she had a disease called polio.
Wilma played basketball rubbed her legs four times a day.
Her track coach  with her brothers every day.
While she was still in high school a hospital where she received therapy.
In the 1960 Olympic Games she could walk with a leg brace.
After she retired from running Wilma won two gold medals.
Wilma started a foundation to she went on to coach women's track teams.

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