Luis Alberto Zepeda Félix

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Luis Alberto Zepeda Félix
Men's Javelin Throw F54-55-56 Victory Ceremony.jpg
Félix (center) at the 2012 Paralympics
Personal information
Born 1 September 1965 (1965-09) (age 51)
Sport
Sport Paralympic athletics
Disability class F54
Event(s) Javelin throw, discus throw, shot put

Luis Alberto Zepeda Félix (born 1 September 1965) is a Paralympic athlete from Mexico who competes in category F54 throwing events.[1]

At the 2004 Summer Paralympics Luis competed in the shot put, discus throw and javelin throw, winning a gold medal in the javelin.[2] He then won gold in Beijing, bronze in London and silver at the Rio Paralympic Games in the same event.[3]

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