María del Rosario Espinoza, (born November 27, 1987 in La Brecha, Sinaloa) is a Mexican taekwondo practitioner.Espinoza is one of two women from Mexico to win an Olympic gold medal, the other being Soraya Jiménez.Espinoza won her first competition in taekwondo at the 2003 Pan American Youth Championship in Rio de Janeiro.

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  • María del Rosario Espinoza, (born November 27, 1987 in La Brecha, Sinaloa) is a Mexican taekwondo practitioner.Espinoza is one of two women from Mexico to win an Olympic gold medal, the other being Soraya Jiménez.Espinoza won her first competition in taekwondo at the 2003 Pan American Youth Championship in Rio de Janeiro. Later she participated in Open tournaments in Canada, France, and Germany.She won the 2007 World Taekwondo Championships in Middleweight (–72 kg) category defeating Lee In-Jong and also won the gold medal at the 2007 Pan American Games in Heavyweight (+67 kg) winning over Brazilian Natália Falavigna.She participated in +67 kg weight class in the 2008 Beijing starting with a victory over Tunisian Khaoula Ben Hamza by a score of 4-0, later she beat Swedish Karolina Kedzierska 4-2. In semifinals she qualified to the final defeating British former world champion and eventual Bronze medal winner Sarah Stevenson by 4-1 and culminate winning the gold medal passing over Norwegian Nina Solheim, earning the second gold for Mexico in the OlympicsIn 2012, María returned to the Olympics in London. She carried the flag for Mexico during the Parade of Nations. (en)
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  • María del Rosario Espinoza, (born November 27, 1987 in La Brecha, Sinaloa) is a Mexican taekwondo practitioner.Espinoza is one of two women from Mexico to win an Olympic gold medal, the other being Soraya Jiménez.Espinoza won her first competition in taekwondo at the 2003 Pan American Youth Championship in Rio de Janeiro. (en)
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