Famous People Named Cynthia
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Tradition Has Value
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Famous People with Name Cynthia

Cynthia as First Name

Cynthia Goyette     Cynthia Goyette       Origin/Culture/Country: American
Cynthia Goyette: is an American swimmer and olympic champion. She competed at the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo, where she received a gold medal in 4x100m medley relay, together with Cathy Ferguson, Sharon Stouder and Kathleen Ellis.


Cynthia ("Sippy") Woodhead     Cynthia ("Sippy") Woodhead       Origin/Culture/Country: American
Cynthia ("Sippy") Woodhead: is an American swimmer, world champion, olympic medalist and world record holder. She won three gold medals at the 1978 world championships, when she was only fourteen years old. She set seven world records during her career.


Cynthia Goodwin     Cynthia Goodwin       Origin/Culture/Country: American
Cynthia Goodwin: is an American slalom canoer who competed in the early 1970s. She finished 14th in the K-1 event at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich. Now Cynthia Wall, she is currently a chemistry teacher at Broad Run High School in Ashburn, Virginia.


Cynthia ("Cindy") Ann Potter     Cynthia ("Cindy") Ann Potter       Origin/Culture/Country: American
Cynthia ("Cindy") Ann Potter: is a former American Olympic diver and diving color commentator. She was a member of three Olympic diving teams, winning a bronze medal in the Women's 3m springboard competition in 1976.


Cynthia Diane Kauffman     Cynthia Diane Kauffman       Origin/Culture/Country: American
Cynthia Diane Kauffman: is an American pair skater. With brother Ronald Kauffman, she a four-time (1966â1969) U.S. national champion and a three-time (1966â1968) World bronze medalist. They represented the United States at the 1964 Winter Olympics and the 1968 Winter Olympics, p


Contemporary or Traditional
Although trendy and fashionable names for baby girls abound, there is surely a paucity of trendy names for baby boys. For baby girls, we have such trendy and fashionable names such as Alexis from the television soap opera "Dynasty, Ashley from the singer Ashley Judd... More..
 
 
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