Google Honours Chilean Javelin Athlete, Marlene Ahrens With Doodle

We are going to share the news with you about Chilean javelin athlete and Olympic winner Marlene Ahrens. Yes, Google Doodle honors a Chilean Javelin athlete. Google Doodle pays tribute to Marlene Ahrens today by giving a dedicated doodle to the famous athlete. She gained the victory to get the silver medal at the Melbourne Olympic Games in the year of 1956, 28 November. That was a proud moment for everyone and everyone has praised her for her amazing job. We will try to tell you moreover details about the news. Let’s continue the article.

Marlene Ahrens

Google Honours Marlene Ahrens

According to the report, Ahrens was born on  July 17 1933 and her birthplace is Chile’s Concépcion. Her family shifted to the Aconcagua Valley following the Chilean earthquake of 1939. On the other hand, living in Aconcagua Valley, Ahrens raised her interest in countryside athletics like horseback riding, swimming, and tree climbing. After completing ten years she moved to  Aconcagua Valley, where she was playing with her amateur hockey team along to the beach. She is known as a very talented woman, who made people proud with her superb work. We will tell you moreover details about the news, which you will find in the next section of the article.

Google Honours Marlene Ahrens

On the basis of the report, All of her friends were tossing rocks into the ocean while Ahrens threw one that soared past all the others swashing. Then the time changed and she got a suggestion from her teammates to try her hand at javelin. Ahrens made the participation in her first apprentice contest a few days later. Her javelin shot went so far that she is known as one of the best javelin players in South America. She is a very talented and superb person, who has created love among people. Scroll down the page to learn more information about the news.

Furthermore, If we talk about her career her career has been filled with the spark of success. She was 23 years old in 1956 when she gained victory in the South American Athletics Championship and in this victory she gained silver in the Melbourne Olympics with no functional training, showing all odds. She also worked as the flag-bearer in the opening parade and showed the only woman from Chile. She rode horses until the age of 79 Google Doodle’s reach spans regions of Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Argentina, and Uruguay. If we get any further details we will tell you first at the same site. Stay tuned with us for more updates.

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