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Golden moment for Ana Guevara

Updated: October 15, 2014, 1:54 PM ET
By Salvador Rodriguez | ESPN Deportes

They were 48.89 seconds that changed the history of Mexico, 48.89 seconds that motivated millions of Mexican men and women to chase their dreams.

The time belongs to Ana Guevara, who made history at the 2003 world championship in Paris by becoming the best 400-meter female sprinter in the world and the first Mexican female track athlete to win a gold medal in a major international competition.

Born in Sonora, the same land that gave birth to other ...

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