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|1968 Tel Aviv||100m breaststroke|
|1972 Heidelberg||50m breaststroke|
|1976 Toronto||50m breaststroke|
|1968 Tel Aviv||50m breaststroke|
|1972 Heidelberg||shot put|
|1976 Toronto||shot put|
|1968 Tel Aviv||shot put|
|1968 Tel Aviv||60m wheelchair|
|Wheelchair basketball (Paralympics)|
|1972 Heidelberg||wheelchair basketball|
Anlen was born in Kibbutz HaMa'apil. As a young baby she contracted polio and remained paralyzed in both lower limbs. In 1964 she began practicing sports at the Israel Sports Center for the Disabled and was active in swimming, athletics and wheelchair basketball.
In 1966 she participated for the first time in an international competition. She won 5 medals in the Stoke Mandeville Games that year, and in 1968 won 4 medals and gained a worled record during the 1968 Summer Paralympics. Anlen continued to excel, winning seven medals in the 1971 Stoke Mandeville Games, 5 medals in the 1972 Summer Paralympics, and 4 medals in the 1976 Summer Paralympics. Over the years she won 13 paralympic medals and held three world records.
Anlen is married since 1977 to Haim Anlen, a delegate to the 1976 Summer Paralympics.