Andrea Noemí González - Andrea Noemí González

Andrea Noemí González
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Birth 1977 View and modify data on Wikidata
José C. Paz ( Argentina ) View and modify data on Wikidata
nationality Argentina
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Occupation Inline speed skater and coach View and modify data on Wikidata
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Sport Speed ​​skating on inline skates View and modify data on Wikidata

Andrea Noemí González (May 11, 1977, José C. Paz , Buenos Aires province ) [ 1 ] is an Argentine expat who between 1998 and 2006, the year in which she retired, was eleven times world champion in skate race . [ 2 ] [ 3 ] [ 4 ] [ 5 ]

He began skating at age seven and competing at age 10, [ 4 ] in 1987, at the José C. Paz Italian Club. [ 6 ] His idol was Nora Vega from Mar del Plata , a historical reference for skateboarding in Argentina. [ 7 ]

When she was 16 years old, she was summoned to the Argentine Skate Race Team, which trained in Mar del Plata, a model city in activity. Andrea González moved to the coastal city to progress and lived there during her sports career. He then forged a very close relationship with Nora Vega: More than a friend and a guide and a reference in sports, Nora was like my mother. He took care of me even when I got sick . [ 6 ]

Andrea González stood out for the strength of his legs, his winning mentality and his great ability to concentrate. [ 7 ]

He obtained a gold medal at the 1995 Pan American Games in Mar del Plata. [ 8 ]

Her 14 gold medals at the 1998 South American Games in Ecuador , in which she was the flag bearer of the delegation, won her the 1998 Olimpia de Oro award for the best Argentine athlete of the year. [ 7 ] [ 8 ]

His world titles were in Spain 1998 (three medals), Colombia 2000, France 2001 (three medals), Venezuela 2003 (two world record medals) and Italy 2004 (two medals). [ 8 ]

She won three medals, one gold, one silver, and one bronze at the 1999 Pan American Games in Winnipeg , Canada , where she was also the standard bearer for the Argentine delegation. [ 8 ] [ 6 ]

In 2000 he received a Konex award and a Platinum Konex in 2010 . [ 8 ]

He received the prize Olimpia de Plata , the last eight times in 2005. [ 8 ]

In 2018 she was chosen by the International Olympic Committee as one of the Athlete Role Models (Model athletes) to help the youngest athletes during the 2018 Buenos Aires Youth Olympic Games . [ 2 ]

In total, he won more than 50 Argentine titles in his career, 27 medals from the Odesur Games (19 gold, 5 silver and 3 bronze), 8 medals at the Pan American Games (3 gold, 3 silver and 2 bronze, adding Mar del Plata 1995, Winnipeg 1999 and Santo Domingo 2003 ) and 29 world medals (11 gold, 7 silver and 11 bronze). [ 6 ]

She was also a coach of the Argentine team of skate race. [ 3 ]

References

  1. ^ "Andrea Gonzales of Argentina World Champion Inline Speed ​​Skater" . Skate Log . Retrieved September 4, 2020 .
  2. ^ A b «Andrea González and Franco Sábato, model athletes in Buenos Aires 2018» . The Capital . March 25, 2018 . Retrieved September 4, 2020 .
  3. a b «Andrea González:« The speed on the skate is ending »» . Mar del Plata Sports Brand . November 20, 2017 . Retrieved September 4, 2020 .
  4. a b «ANDREA GONZALES (ARG) AND ANDRÉS FELIPE MUÑOZ (COL) JUST APPOINTED AS WORLD SKATE ATHLETE ROLE MODELS IN THE YOG 2018» . World Skate . March 22, 2018 . Retrieved September 4, 2020 .
  5. ^ "Skate: A Golden Zoom" . News Point . May 21, 2020 . Retrieved September 4, 2020 .
  6. a b c d "The best: Andrea González" . The Graph . November 18, 2014 . Retrieved September 4, 2020 .
  7. a b c "When Andrea Gonzalez said goodbye to the skate" . Jujuy al Moment . January 1, 2012 . Retrieved September 4, 2020 .
  8. ^ A b c d e f "Andrea Noemí González" . Konex Foundation . Retrieved September 4, 2020 .

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