Louise Armaindo: Canadian Professional Sports pioneer
Louise Armaindo grew up a circus performer. She could deadlift 760 pounds at 18 years old, and before becoming a famous record-breaking, all-world, brash high wheel cyclist during the 19th century, she was a mysterious strongwoman, trapeze artist, and pedestrienne. Her story is one for the ages.
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