Wilma Rudolph could go to school at the age of twelve.
Wilma Rudolph was 4 years of age when she go Polio
Yes she won 3 gold 2 silver and 5 bronze 10 in all.
the olympic athlete wilma rudolph graduated from Tennessee State University with her bachelors in elementary education.
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In the fall of 1957
yes she went to usa in buffrolw
Burt High School in 1956
She was home schooled til she was seven and did not get a education so I think she did not go to school.
she inspired africans and Americans to go for their goal no matter how long it takes them to get their.
she went to college for 4 yeaers
At the age of 18 years old.
Yes, if you make your countries trails, you can go to the Olympics.
You have to be 15 to compete in Olympics but any age to go to the olympic trials
Any age that you won't some people are in there late thirtys and go up the olympics. It's about how well you do your sport not how old you are.
Wilma Menelik goes by Wilmi.
the youngest would be 16 years of age but not many get to go to the Olympics at that age but you never know when you have a great drive and compassion for the sport source: my brain and im a figure skater
Wilma Rudolph was 20th of 22 children. She was home schooled until seven, (because of her disability) and later attended Burt High School where she played basketball (following her sister Yolanda) and was discovered by Tennessee State track & field coach Ed Temple. She received a full scholarship to Tennessee State University, graduating in 1963 with a bachelor's degree in education (after her track career she became a teacher at Cobb Elementary School)
There is not age limit, per se. If you can make the team, you can go.