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Karin Smith was born on 4 August, 1955 in American, is an American javelin thrower.

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Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 4 August 1955
Birthday 4 August
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Karin Smith Net Worth

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1982

While at Cal Poly, she won the Broderick Award, (now the Honda Sports Award) as the nation’s best female collegiate track and field competitor in 1982.

1955

Karin Kiefer Smith (born August 4, 1955 in Fürstenfeldbruck, Bavaria) is a retired female javelin thrower from the United States. She was born in Germany. She is a three-time Olympian. Smith qualified for a fourth, the 1980 U.S. Olympic team, but was unable to compete due to the 1980 Summer Olympics boycott. She did however receive one of 461 Congressional Gold Medals created especially for the spurned athletes.