Nòmber: Myrna Crescencia Anselma
Fecha Nasementu: 14 sèptèmber 1936
Fayesé: òktober 2008
A drenta salon di fama na 1985
Myrna Anselma a kuminsá práktika e deporte di Esgrima na 1958 riba petishon di sra. H. Beaujon kende tabata e tempu ei kampion di Kòrsou i di Antia Ulandes.
Myrna a bira miembro di e klup di SITHOC su divishon di Esgrima. Su promé instrukshon di Esgrima Myrna a haña serka Maitre Hoevers.
Myrna a partisipá na su promé kompetensia den 1961 kaminda el a finalisá na di dos lugá. Na 1962 Myrna a logra su promé titulo den kompetensia riba nivel Antiano. For di 1962 te 1971 Myrna a keda komo number 1 di Kòrsou i di Antia Ulandes, i a partisipá den diferente torneo i kampionato Internashonal kaminda semper Myrna a destaká.
Na e weganan Sentro Amerikano i di Caribe ku a tuma lugá na Panamá na 1970 Myrna a logra un medaya di plata pa Antia Ulandes. Despues ku Myrna a bai Ulanda na 1971 te 1975 Myrna a retirá komo esgrimista aktivo.
Myrna Anselma began practicing fencing in 1958 at the request of Mrs. H. Beaujon, who was the champion of Curaçao and the Netherlands Antilles at that time. Myrna became a member of the SITHOC fencing club. Her first fencing instruction was received from Maitre Hoevers.
Myrna participated in her first competition in 1961, where she finished in second place. In 1962, she achieved her first title in a competition at the Antillean level. From 1962 to 1971, Myrna remained the number 1 fencer in Curaçao and the Netherlands Antilles, participating in various international tournaments and championships where she consistently excelled.
At the Central American and Caribbean Games held in Panama in 1970, Myrna won a silver medal for the Netherlands Antilles. After traveling to the Netherlands in 1971 until 1975, Myrna retired as an active fencer.
The story of Myrna Anselma in the world of fencing is an inspiring example of dedication and success. Her entry into fencing in 1958, at the request of Mrs. H. Beaujon, the champion of Curaçao and the Netherlands Antilles at the time, is a glimpse into her promising talent. Becoming a member of the SITHOC fencing club demonstrates Myrna’s commitment to developing her skills in the sport.
Her first fencing instruction from Maitre Hoevers was a significant step in her development as a fencer. Myrna’s experience in her first competition in 1961, where she finished in second place, showcases her promising ability. Her determination came to the forefront in 1962, where she achieved her first title in a competition at the Antillean level.
Myrna Anselma held the title of number 1 in Curaçao and the Netherlands Antilles from 1962 to 1971, an impressive period of dominance in the local fencing scene. Her participation in various international tournaments and championships demonstrates her skills that transcended local borders.
Her accomplishment at the Central American and Caribbean Games in Panama in 1970, where she won a silver medal for the Netherlands Antilles, is a remarkable achievement. After her journey to the Netherlands from 1971 to 1975, Myrna retired as an active fencer, but her legacy in the world of Curaçao and the Netherlands Antilles fencing remains alive.
Myrna Anselma not only achieved success in her fencing career but also demonstrated an exemplary dedication and passion for the sport. Her story serves as inspiration for future fencers and captures the spirit of a true champion.