Olympic medalist Alejandro Gonzalez Martínez, whose medals include gold and silver in the women’s 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay, is the man to watch at the Games in Rio de Janeiro.
The Olympic champion and runner-up to Michael Phelps, Martíneso is a legend in Argentina who won the gold medal at the 2004 Olympics in Athens.
He also won the silver medal in the 200m final at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.
But his Olympic success has taken a hit.
He has been battling injuries for the past two years, including one serious knee injury in December.
His condition improved after Martíndez returned to competition in August and won the 200 metres on Friday.
That was followed by another successful race in which he finished second to Phelps in the 4x200m relay on Sunday.
But now Martíngesoes knees are finally starting to feel the effects of the severe knee injury he suffered in February.
He will be competing in Rio with a brace on his left knee that will help him run and jump.
Martídez is a bit of a legend on the track Martídas medal, but his medal chances are still in question.
He only won three medals at the London Games and only twice at the Athens Olympics.
Martinez won silver at the 1984 Games in Barcelona, then took gold at the 1996 Athens Olympics in addition to the gold at that year’s Games in Seoul, South Korea.
He was a top 10 finisher in both of those races.
But he also took bronze at the 2000 Games in Athens and silver at London.
Thats not to say he was an Olympian on his home turf.
He finished eighth at the Beijing Games, and he only won one medal in his final event.
“I am hoping that after the Olympics, he will return to his best,” Martíguez said in a statement to ESPN.
“But if not, I think he has the ability to do something with his life.”
Martíez is an Olympic gold medalist twice.
He won gold in the men’s 100-meter dash at the 1988 and 2000 Games and silver, then bronze, at the 1998 Athens Olympics, where he took bronze.
He ran second to Mike Johnson in the 2008 Olympic games in Beijing and then ran second at the Olympics in Tokyo last year.
“It’s good to see him,” said Alexey Kravchenko, a former teammate of Martírezs at the 1992 Tokyo Olympics and the 2004 Athens Games.
“He is a really nice guy.
He is a good guy, and I respect him.
He’s not a good athlete, but he’s a great guy. “
Martíngez is a very hard-working person and I have a lot of respect for him.
Kravchuk added that Martínesoes success at the Olympic games is a testament to his abilities and how hard he works. “
If he’s not, he is a great Olympian.”
Kravchuk added that Martínesoes success at the Olympic games is a testament to his abilities and how hard he works.
“Alejandro is one of the best athletes in the world,” Kravkich said.
“For two years he has not won a medal.
He just finished second at last year’s Olympics and he ran second in the 100 meters.
Martinez also has his sights set on the gold in London, where the two-time Olympic champion won silver in 1984 and 2000. “
Now that he has returned to the track, it’s a big boost for him.”
Martinez also has his sights set on the gold in London, where the two-time Olympic champion won silver in 1984 and 2000.
He said that’s the most important race of the Games for him, and Martímé is a true champion.
“There is no doubt that I will go out there with the same energy and the same passion that I showed in Beijing,” he said.