Ana Patrícia Silva Ramos is a Brazilian beach volleyball player. She competed for Brazil with Rebecca Cavalcanti in women’s beach volleyball at the 2020 Summer Olympics. In their match against Gaudencia Makokha and Brackcides Khadambi of Kenya in pool D they won in straight sets.
Ana Patricia Achievements
Gold Medal | First place 2022 Rome | Beach
Youth Olympic Games
Gold medal | First place 2014 Nanjing | Beach
U21 World Championships
Gold medal | First place 2016 Lucerne | Beach
Gold medal | First place 2017 Nanjing | Beach
Women Fitness President Ms. Namita Nayyar catches up Ana Patricia, an exceptionally talented, World Champion Brazilian Beach Volleyball Player. Here she talks about her diet, workout and, her success story.
You were born in Espinosa, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Where you had your early education and training for Beach Volleyball. You won the Gold medal at Youth Olympics Games for the first time in 2014. This propelled your career to the height where you have been at the top of the world as a leading beach Volleyball player and won the Gold medal in the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships in Rome in 2022. Tell us more about this journey of hard work, tenacity, and endurance.
My first experience with beach volleyball was not in Espinosa. In my hometown I always liked to practice many sports, like football and handball, but volleyball came into my life by chance. I was ‘discovered’ in the 2013 edition of the School Games in my state, Minas Gerais. They invited me to audition, I went to another city and it all started. The following year, with Duda, I won the Youth Olympic Games. Of course, it all took a lot of sweat, a lot of willpower, but I was lucky and helped by many people to be here today.
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