Marileidy Paulino is an athlete sprinter from the Dominican Republic.
A double 2020 Tokyo Olympics silver medalist, she placed second in the 400 meters and helped the Dominican mixed 4×400 m relay team to finish second as well, running her leg in 48.7 seconds.
Paulino also won a silver medal in the 200 meters at the 2019 Military World Games.
The 25-year-old Dominican athlete sprinter ran a 48.47 to help the Dominican Republic win the gold for the 4x400m Mixed Relay at the World Championships and won the 400 m silver medal in Eugene in 2022.
She holds Dominican Republic records in the 200 m and 400 m, as well as the 4×400 m relay and mixed 4×400 m relay.
Marileidy Paulino Parents: Who Are Marileidy Paulino Mother And Father?
Marileidy was born in the village of Don Gregorio, in the Nizao municipality of the Peravia province, on October 25, 1996.
She lives in a single-parent family raised by her mother, Anatalia Paulino, and is the fifth of six brothers and sisters.