Sheila Christine Taormina was born on 18th March 1969. She is an American former athlete and the first woman who qualified for the Olympics in three different sports i.e. swimming, modern pentathlon, and triathlon.
Earned a gold medal at the 1995 Universiade, held in Fukuoka and a silver medal at the 1991 Universiade, held in Sheffield
Bagged a gold medal at the 1996 Summer Olympic Games, in Atlanta
Clinched a silver medal at the Pan American Games of 2003, held in Santo Domingo
Won a gold medal at the 2004 ITU Triathlon World Championship, in Madeira
In the year 2015, she was inducted into the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame
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