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Julia Berta Díaz Hernández (born October 1, 1936 in Havana, Ciudad de la Habana), known as Berta Díaz, is a retired sprinter from Cuba, who also competed in the long jump and the hurdling events during her career. She represented her native country at two consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 1956. References[edit]

"Berta Díaz". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference
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Pan American Games
Pan American Games
Champions in Women's 80 m Hurdles and 100 m Hurdles

1951 – 1967: 80 m hurdles 1971 – present: 100 m hurdles

1951 – 1955: Eliana Gaete (CHI) 1959: Bertha Díaz (CUB) 1963: Jo Ann Terry (USA) 1967: Cherrie Sherrard (USA) 1971: Patty Johnson (USA) 1975: Edith Noeding (PER) 1979: Deby LaPlante (USA) 1983: Benita Fitzgerald (USA) 1987: LaVonna Martin (USA) 1991 – 1999: Aliuska López (CUB) 2003: Brigitte Foster (JAM) 2007: Delloreen Ennis-London
Delloreen Ennis-London
(JAM) 2011: Yvette Lewis (USA) 2015: Queen Harrison
Queen Harrison
(USA)

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Central American and Caribbean Games champions in women's sprint hurdles

1938 – 1966: 80 metres hurdles 1970 – present: 100 metres hurdles

1938: Nola Thorne (PAN) 1946: Josefine Lewis (PAN) 1950: Kathleen Searchwell (JAM) 1954: Amalia Yubi (MEX) 1959: Guillermina Peña (MEX) 1962: Bertha Díaz (CUB) 1966: Carmen Smith (JAM) 1970–74: Marlene Elejarde (CUB) 1978–82: Grisel Machado (CUB) 1986: Odalys Adams (CUB) 1990–93: Aliuska López (CUB) 1998–2002: Dionne Rose (JAM) 2006: Anay Tejeda
Anay Tejeda
(CUB) 2010: Aleesha Barber (TRI) 2014: Lina Flórez (COL)

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Central American and Caribbean Games champions in women's long jump

1962: Bertha Díaz (CUB) 1966: Irene Martínez (CUB) 1970 – 1974: Marcia Garbey (CUB) 1978: Shonel Ferguson (BAH) 1982–1986: Eloína Echevarría (CUB) 1990–1993: Niurka Montalvo (CUB) 1998: Flora Hyacinth (ISV) 2002: María Espencer (DOM) 2006: Yudelkis Fernández (CUB) 2010: Rhonda Watkins (TRI) 2014: Chantel Malone
Chantel Malone
(BVI)

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US National Championship winners in women's 100-meter hurdles

1923–1979 Amateur Athletic Union

1923–4: Hazel Kirk 1925–9: Helen Filkey 1930: Evelyne Hall 1931–2: Babe Didrikson 1933: Simone Schaller 1934: Not held 1935: Jean Hiller 1936: Anne O'Brien 1937: Cora Gaines 1938–9: Marie Cortell 1940: Sybil Cooper 1941: Lelia Perry 1942: Lillie Purifoy 1943: Nancy Cowperthwaite 1944–5: Lillie Purifoy 1946–7: Nancy Cowperthwaite 1948–9: Bernice Robinson 1950: Evelyn Lawler 1951: Nancy C. Phillips 1952: Constance Darnowski 1953: Nancy Phillips 1954: Constance Darnowski 1955 Bertha Diaz (CUB) * Barbara Mueller 1956 Bertha Diaz (CUB) * Shirley Eckel 1957: Shirley Crowder 1958: Not held 1959: Shirley Crowder 1960: JoAnn Grissom 1961–2: Cherrie Parrish 1963–4: Rosie Bonds 1965–6: Cherrie Sherrard 1967–8: Mamie Rallins 1969: Chi Cheng (TPE) * Mamie Rallins 1970: Mamie Rallins 1971: Patty Johnson 1972: Mamie Rallins 1973–4: Patty Johnson 1975–6: Jane Frederick 1977: Patty Van Wolvelaere 1978–9: Deby LaPlante

1980–1992 The Athletics Congress

1980–2: Stephanie Hightower 1983: Benita Fitzgerald 1984: Stephanie Hightower 1985: Rhonda Blanford 1986: Benita Fitzgerald-Brown 1987: LaVonna Martin 1988: Kim McKenzie 1989: Lynda Tolbert 1990: LaVonna Martin 1991–2: Gail Devers

1993–present USA Track & Field

1993: Lynda Tolbert 1994: Jackie Joyner-Kersee 1995–6: Gail Devers 1997: Melissa Morrison 1998: Cheryl Dickey 1999–2004: Gail Devers 2005: Michelle Perry 2006–7: Virginia Powell 2008: Lolo Jones 2009: Dawn Harper 2010: Lolo Jones 2011: Kellie Wells 2012: Dawn Harper 2013: Brianna Rollins 2014–5: Dawn Harper
Dawn Harper
Nelson 2016: Brianna Rollins 2017: Kendra Harrison

Notes

OT: 1932, and since 1992, championships incorporated the Olympic Trials in Olympic years, otherwise held as a discrete event.

Distance:The event was over 60 yards until 1928, 80 meters 1929-1968

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