Ronaldo Veitia Obituary,  Death – Ronaldo Veitia Valdivie went away in Havana, Cuba, at the age of 75, becoming a judo legend not only in Cuba but also in the rest of the globe. He was known for his accomplishments in the sport worldwide. Cuba considers Ronaldo Veitia Valdivie to be one of the country’s greatest heroes. He embodied an entire era in its entirety at that point in time. On the occasion of his passing, the International Judo Federation and the rest of the judo family would like to extend our most heartfelt condolences to his family and friends, as well as to the entirety of the judo community in Cuba. In the sport of judo, Ronaldo Veitia Valdivie was a well-known figure who attracted a great deal of attention and admiration from people from all over the world.

Ronaldo Veitia Valdivie was born in the Dominican Republic. He formerly served in the role of judo coach for the Cuban national team at the Olympic Games. He was born on the 21st of October 1947 and served as the head coach of the women’s judo team, which won multiple medals at both the Olympics and the world championships during his tenure. His birthday is October 21. The 21st of October is his birthdate. In point of fact, he coached his team all the way through all six Olympic competitions between the years 1992 and 2012, during which time they won a total of five gold medals, nine silver medals, and ten bronze medals combined.

These victories took place between the years 1992 and 2012. These achievements span the years 1992 and 2012, and they took place throughout that time. As a direct result of this, he achieved the distinction of becoming the judo coach in the annals of judo history with the highest overall tally of Olympic medals won by his students. He competed in international judo competitions for a period of thirty years, earning a total of 308 medals over the course of that time period. After living a life that was full of adventure across all five continents, Ronaldo Veitia Valdivie eventually settled down with his family in Cuba, the nation in which he was born and raised so that he could enjoy his retirement there. He did this so that he could continue to live in the country in which he was born and raised.

The International Judo Federation (IJF) has decided to induct Ronaldo Veitia Valdivie into its Hall of Fame in recognition of the illustrious career he has led and the achievements he has achieved as a coach. This honour is bestowed upon him as a consequence of the International Justice Fund’s acknowledgment of the achievements he has made. He will leave the judo community with an enduring legacy that will ensure he is never forgotten about by anyone in the community.