Wilma Rudolph was a person who won three Olympic gold medals in track and field.
Wilma Rudolph is well known for winning three gold medals in the 1960 Olympic. Wilma worked as a teacher and coached track.
She had polio in her legs.
Wilma Rudolph is best known for being the first female athlete to win three gold medals at the Olympic Games in 1960. She did this after overcoming a number of childhood illnesses.
Wilma Rudolph won 4 medals in two Olympics... a bronze in 1956 (Melbourne) and three golds in 1960 (Rome) I think the number in total medals won by Wilma Rudolph is five ,We must also remember that Wilma had polio and still won medals.
Wilma Rudolph won three medals at the track and field event, even though she had a leg problem.
she won three medals in the 1960 Olympics in rome.
she wast the first women who had three gold medals
Olympic Icon Wilma Rudolph is the only African American woman to have won three gold medals. Rudolph left her mark on the track.