Giulianna Pino, an 18-year-old athlete, will be the first Ecuadorean to participate in an upcoming World Gymnastics Championships competition in Glasgow. She hopes a win there will get her to the 2016 Olympics Games in Brazil.
Giulianna Pino, an 18-year-old athlete, will be the first Ecuadorean to participate in an upcoming World Gymnastics Championships competition in Glasgow. She hopes a win there will get her to the 2016 Olympics Games in Brazil. Héctor Gabino hgabino@elnuevoherald.com
Giulianna Pino, an 18-year-old athlete, will be the first Ecuadorean to participate in an upcoming World Gymnastics Championships competition in Glasgow. She hopes a win there will get her to the 2016 Olympics Games in Brazil. Héctor Gabino hgabino@elnuevoherald.com

Young Ecuadorean gymnast from Miami wants to make history within the sport

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