ðŸ“š MaÃ±ana llega a las librerÃas ‘Ruth Beitia, salto a las alturas’.
ðŸ‘ŒUn libro en el que radiografÃo desde la admiraciÃ³n la carrera deportiva de @Ruthypeich
ðŸ˜‰ Disponible en librerÃas y en plataformas tipo: Fnac, La Casa del Libro, Amazon…
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— Karel LÃ³pez (@Karellopez) October 13, 2020
SANTANDER (ESP): A book about Olympic high jump winner Ruth Beitia was published with the name “Ruth Beitia, salto a las alturas”. Karel LÃ³pez summarizes the sports career of the legendary jumper. It is a a personal look and admiration towards an exemplary athlete, with a multitude of stories; a journalistic compilation of her successes, with the collaboration of great athletes, coaches, journalists and important people throughout her career.
Ruth Beitia, historia del deporte espaÃ±ol, en nuestro #podcast. ðŸ‡ªðŸ‡¸ðŸŽ™ï¸
Â¿QuÃ© aprendiÃ³ de su paso por la polÃtica?
Â¿QuÃ© secuelas deja llevar su cuerpo al lÃmite?
Â¿A quÃ© se dedica tras su retirada?
— Olympic Channel (@OlympicCh_es) September 29, 2020
Ruth Beitia took gold in the 2016 Olympics in the high jump. She retired in 2017, after finishing 12th in the London World Championships, due to challenges with rheumatoid arthritis.
Ruth Beitia had an amazing career, competing from 1995-2017, consider the following:
This capped off a career with 3 European Outdoor Championships (2012 Helsinki, 2014 Zurich, 2016 Amsterdam), six medals in European Indoor Athletic Championships (gold at 2013 Goteborg, 4 silvers (2005 Madrid, 2009 Torino, 2011 Paris, 2017 Belgrade) and one bronze, 2007 Birmingham).
At the World Indoor Championships, Ruth had 4 medals: silver in 2010 Doha and 2016 Portland, bronze in 2006 Moscow and 2014 Sopot. At the 2013 World Outdoor Championships, Ruth Beitia took the bronze.
Her first win was in 2005 in Almiera at the Meditteranean Games. Her last major was the Olympics in 2016.
A new books is out on the amazing Spanish high jumper….