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"Yumileidi Cumbá was born on February 22, 1975 in Guantánamo, the eastern-most province of Cuba. With no sports background in her family, Cumbá took Physical Education classes every week, like all kids in Cuba. There she played volleyball, basketball and other team sports, as well as athletics. "I chose athletics because I liked to run, jump and throw. I remember watching (1980 Discus Olympic medallist) Luis Mariano Delis on TV"."

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This is a pro-femme group with an interest in raising the status of women everywhere. The rules of this group are exceedingly strict.

The group is intended for non-matures or intelligents although Yahoo may have another opinion.

The group is anything and everything. People may say what they wish and contribute what they wish. Decorum is appreciated. Grammar is appreciated. Any language that uses Roman characters is welcome.

To preserve the non-mature status, messages are moderated. Bouncing members are removed.

Group photos may not be relevant.

Archetypes: Circe. Medusa
Icons: Viva Bianca. Tawny Kitaen. Joanna Krupa. Maila Nurmi. Bulle Ogier. Rachel Riley. Monica Vitti.
Related: Amazonia. Babeocracy. Bitcholatry. Bootopia. Capital Punishment. Eschatology. Gigantophilia. Pedestalisation. Sthenography. Swanky Modes.
Sports: Bodybuilding.Tennis.

To join, send us a message of the kind you would like to receive. Please vote in all polls. Please check the links in our bank of URLs.

This is a Simon Says group, so membership depends on responding to certain Pantagruelline messages. Somewhere in the text is a question that needs answering.

Suggest women who should be admired and appreciated. Recommend films, music and artists.

"When Janeth Jepkosgei beat Maria Mutola during the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia, last year, she was christened the new queen of middle distance running."

Group Information

  • 8
  • Caribbean
  • May 23, 2006
  • English

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  • This is a public group.
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  • Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
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  • Anyone can post messages.

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