Tyler Bridges (m. 2008)
| Peruvian Politician|
El Show de los suenos
| Cecilia Roxana Tait Villacorta|
La Zurda del Oro (The Golden Left-Handed Woman)
May 2, 1962 (age 53)
Lima, Peru (1962-05-02)
Volleyball at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Women's tournament
Cenaida Uribe, Gabriela Perez del Solar, Natalia Malaga, Denisse Fajardo, Rosa Garcia
Cecilia Roxana Tait Villacorta (born May 2, 1962) is a Peruvian politician and former volleyball player. Nicknamed La Zurda del Oro (The Golden Left-Handed Woman) she participated in three Summer Olympics with the Peruvian national team, finishing 6th in 1980, 4th in 1984 and winning a silver medal at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul.
In 1998 Cecilia Tait entered politics, becoming elected municipal councillor in Villa María del Triunfo, representing the Fujimorist party Vamos Vecino. Tait was elected Congresswoman in 2000, representing Perú Posible. She was the first Afro-Peruvian elected to Peru's Congress. The resignation of President Alberto Fujimori led to new elections the following year in which she was reelected for the period 2001–2006. Tait sponsored several bills approved by the Congress that expanded sports programs for both the country's most talented athletes and poor school children as well.
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