Wilma Rudolph retired in the year 1963.
She got it in 1944
Wilma Rudolph died on November, 12, 1994!
In the fall of 1957
1963 and graduated with her bachelor's degree
when at church some year
Despite wearing leg braces as a child, sprinter Wilma Rudolph became the first American woman to win three Olympic gold medals in a year.
Wilma Rudolph first showed talent or interest for her future career in the U.S. Olympics sometime between the ages of 12-16. She was 16 when she earned a position on the U.S. Olympic track and field team. Beginning sometime in 1952, the 12-year-old Wilma Rudolph achieved the dream of shedding her handicap. Her older sister was on a basketball team, and it was around this time that Wilma vowed to follow in her footsteps. She was later spotted playing by Tennessee State track and field coach Edward S. Temple. He later stated that the day he saw Rudolph for the first time he knew he had found a natural athlete. By the time Rudolph was 16, she had earned a position on the U.S. Olympic track and field team.
No, she was 16 years and 5 months old when she competed at the 1956 Games in Melbourne.