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Hermes Ramírez

Hermes Ramírez
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Born January 7, 1948

Hermes Ramírez (Hermes Julián Ramírez Limonta; born January 7, 1948) is a former sprinter from Cuba. Together with Juan Morales, Pablo Montes, and Enrique Figuerola he won an Olympic silver medal in 4 x 100 metres relay in Mexico City 1968. His other achievements include four 100 m and 200 m titles at the Central American and Caribbean Championships.

Achievements

  • 1975 Pan American Games - bronze medal (100 metres)
  • 1970 Central American and Caribbean Games - bronze medal (200 metres)
  • 1970 Central American and Caribbean Games - silver medal (100 metres)
  • 1969 Central American and Caribbean Championships - gold medal (200 metres)
  • 1969 Central American and Caribbean Championships - gold medal (100 metres)
  • 1968 Summer Olympics - silver medal (4x100 m relay)
  • 1967 Central American and Caribbean Championships - gold medal (200 metres)
  • 1967
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