Ronaldo Veitia Valdivie is the former coach of the Cuban Olympic judo team.

He led the country’s women’s side to multiple Olympic medals and World Championships.

Ronaldo was also responsible for the team winning consecutive gold medals at the Pan American Games since 1975.

His players Dayaris Mestre Alvarez, Magdiel Estrada and Idalys Ortiz all won gold for Cuba under him.

In fact, Ronaldo coached his team at six Olympic Games from 1992 to 2012 and claimed five gold, nine silver and 10 bronze medals.

This made him the coach with the largest amount of Olympic medals in the history of judo.

In 30 years, Ronaldo earned 308 international medals in judo.

Having travelled the world, he today enjoys his retirement with his family in his homeland of Cuba.