8 Aug 1994

Events and Medals

Discipline Event Rank Medal
GAR Artistic Gymnastics Women's All-Around  
Women's Vault 4
Women's Uneven Bars  
Women's Balance Beam  
Women's Floor Exercise  


Start Time Location Event Status
Ariake Gymnastics Centre - Vault

Biographical Information


Olympic Games
2016Rio de Janeiro, BRA5128591231

World Championships
2019Stuttgart, GER72888064021
2018Doha, QAT78538133319
2015Glasgow, GBR109626674021
2014Nanning, CHN561179173914
2011Tokyo, JPN-77144717717
2010Rotterdam, NED143154--16321

Pan American Championships
2018Lima, PER10813543

World Cup overview - Best rank per season and event since 2017
2019/20201 x 3rd

World Cup - Ten best performances since 2017
32019/2020VaultBaku, AZE14.249
42019/2020VaultDoha, QAT14.400
42019/2020VaultMelbourne, VIC, AUS14.066
42019/2020VaultCottbus, GER14.279

BB - Balance Beam, FX - Floor Excercise, UB - Uneven Bars, VT - Vault, AA - Individual All-Around, DNS - Did Not Start, DSQ - Disqualified
Reading, watching TV and movies, manga comics, drawing, singing, dancing. (Twitter profile, 29 Mar 2019, 02 Apr 2019)
Athlete, Student
Architecture - University of the Valley of Mexico, Mexico
AGimnasia [Tijuana, MEX]
Alfredo Hueto [personal], ESP
She sustained a blow to the head while competing on balance beam at the 2019 Mexican national championships in Queretaro. She had to undergo tests on injury that meant she missed the last stage of the selection process for the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru, and she was not called up to the national team for the Games. (, 06 Jun 2019)

She underwent surgery on the meniscus in her left knee in April 2017. (, 07 Feb 2018)

She tore a muscle three weeks before the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, but recovered to compete at the Games. (, 17 Aug 2016)

A broken cheekbone suffered in training forced her to miss the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, ON, Canada. (, 07 Jul 2015)

The day before the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico, she suffered a meniscus injury that sidelined her for several months. (, 06 Jul 2015)
She took up gymnastics at age three. (, 04 Mar 2018)
Her mother enrolled her in the sport. (, 05 Oct 2016)
To win a medal at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (, 06 May 2020)
She trains up to seven hours a day in Tijuana, Mexico. (Milenio YouTube channel, 22 Dec 2019)
Winning bronze at the 2018 World Championships in Doha, Qatar. (, 07 Nov 2018)
Uzbekistani artistic gymnast Oksana Chusovitina, US artistic gymnast Alicia Sacramone, Japanese artistic gymnast Kohei Uchimura. (, 08 Mar 2017; Twitter profile, 02 Apr 2019)
Her parents. (, 08 Mar 2017)
"When you get out of your comfort zone you confirm you are capable of achieving more than you believed." (, 22 May 2017)
In 2019 she received the Sports Merit Medal from the Mexican Chamber of Deputies. (, 05 Mar 2020)

She received the 2019 Mexican National Sports Award in the amateur category. (, 07 Nov 2019)

She was recipient of the 2019 Baja California State Sports Award in Mexico. (, 13 Nov 2019)

General Interest

After the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro she took a break from the sport to focus on her architecture studies. She also underwent surgery in April 2017 on her left knee. She returned to competition in February 2018. (, 07 Feb 2018)

During the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro she was targeted online by critics of her body shape at the competition. "I was sad. It really hurt me. I am not an emotionless robot. And it was my birthday as well. However, my parents were there and they helped bring me back to earth. In the end you should only pay attention to the criticisms from those who care about you." In 2017 she took part in an anti-bullying advertising campaign that aimed to inspire women. (, 15 Aug 2017)

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