Mary Wineberg

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Mary Wineberg

Mary Wineberg (born Danner ; born January 3, 1980 in Brooklyn ) is an American sprinter and relay Olympic champion who starts on the 400-meter course .

With the US 4-by-400-meter relay she won bronze at the 2003 World Indoor Championships in Birmingham , silver at the 2006 World Indoor Championships in Moscow and gold at the 2007 World Championships in Osaka .

As a single starter, she was US vice indoor champion in 2005 and 2006 and third in the US outdoor championships in 2007 with her personal best of 50.24 seconds. At the World Championships in Osaka, she came in eighth place.

In 2008 she was runner-up in the US Olympic Games eliminations . There she was eliminated in the individual competition in the semifinals, but won the gold medal with the 4 x 400 meter relay.

Mary Wineberg is 1.78 m tall and weighs 63 kg. She grew up in Cincinnati and graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 2002 with an education specializing in health counseling . On August 5, 2006, she married Chris Wineberg, former decathlete and coach at the University of Cincinnati. She is currently employed by the home improvement chain The Home Depot .

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