Ribeiro, Fernanda (1969–)
Ribeiro, Fernanda (1969–)
Portuguese runner. Born Maria Fernanda Moreira Ribeiro, June 23, 1969, in Penafiel, Portugal.
Won European indoor championship for 3,000 meters (1993) and outdoor championship for 10,000 meters (1994); won World championship for 10,000 meters and silver for the 5,000 meters (1995) and silver for the 10,000 meters and bronze for the 5,000 (1997); won a gold medal at Atlanta Olympics (1996) and a bronze medal at Sydney Olympics (2000), both for the 10,000 meters; at World Cross Country championships, placed 2nd for 6 km (1995–97) and 1st for 6 km (2003).
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