FERREIRA Beatriz

9 Dec 1992
28
Female
SALVADOR
 
Brazil

Events and Medals

Discipline Event Rank Medal
BOX Boxing Women's Light (57-60kg) 2 Silver Medal

Schedule

Change
Start Time Location Event Status
Kokugikan Arena
BRA
FERREIRA BFERREIRA Beatriz
5
WP
TPE
WU SYWU Shih-Yi
0
Finished
Kokugikan Arena
BRA
FERREIRA BFERREIRA Beatriz
5
WP
UZB
KODIROVA RKODIROVA Raykhona
0
Finished
Kokugikan Arena
BRA
FERREIRA BFERREIRA Beatriz
5
WP
FIN
POTKONEN MMJPOTKONEN Mira Marjut Johanna
0
Finished
Kokugikan Arena
IRL
HARRINGTON KAHARRINGTON Kellie Anne
5
WP
BRA
FERREIRA BFERREIRA Beatriz
0
Finished

Biographical Information

Highlights

:
World Championships
RankEventYearLocation
1Light2019Ulan-Ude, RUS
17Light2018New Delhi, IND

Pan American Games
RankEventYearLocation
1Light2019Lima, PER

Pan American Championships
RankEventYearLocation
1Light2017Tegucigalpa, HON

Strandja Memorial
RankEventYearLocation
1Light2021Sofia, BUL
1Light2019Sofia, BUL
2Light2018Sofia, BUL

Cologne Boxing World Cup
RankEventYearLocation
1Light2021Cologne, GER

Grand Prix Usti
RankEventYearLocation
1Light2019Usti nad Labem, CZE

Feliks Stamm
RankEventYearLocation
1Light2019Warsaw, POL
2Light2018Warsaw, POL
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Bia (globoesporte.globo.com, 20 Oct 2019)
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Armed Forces Athlete
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Portuguese
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Her father Raimundo Ferreira, known as 'Sergipe', was a two-time Brazilian boxing champion. (esportes.r7.com, 23 Nov 2020)
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She began boxing at a child in Salvador, Brazil. (esportes.r7.com, 23 Nov 2020; globoplay.globo.com, 20 Oct 2019)
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Her father was a two-time Brazilian boxing champion, and he would give her classes in the sport when she was a girl. "My father showed me the passion for the noble art. He was the one who gave me my love for boxing. I wanted to be like him." (esportes.r7.com, 23 Nov 2020; globoplay.globo.com, 20 Oct 2019)
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To win a medal at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (globoesporte.globo.com, 20 Oct 2019)
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She trains for 22 hours a week. (aiba.org, 10 Apr 2021)
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US boxer Muhammad Ali. (aiba.org, 10 Apr 2021)
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The International Boxing Association [AIBA] named her an ambassador for the 2021 World Youth Championships in Kielce, Poland. (surtoolimpico.com.br, 11 Apr 2021; aiba.org, 10 Apr 2021)

In 2019 she was named Best Female Athlete by the Brazilian Olympic Committee [COB]. (esportes.r7.com, 23 Nov 2020; globoesporte.globo.com, 10 Dec 2019)

In 2017, 2018, and 2019 she was named Best Boxer by the COB. (globoesporte.globo.com, 10 Dec 2019, 18 Dec 2018; esportes.estadao.com.br, 22 Feb 2018)
Legend
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Silver Medal
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Gold Medal Event
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Silver Medal Event
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Bronze Medal Event
WP:
Win on Points
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