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Ale Romero Bonilla

When I was a child, at exactly 12 years old, at my school they gave me wrestling as a sports subject, it was not wrestling as such but they were coordination and strength exercises. I was actually really good at it and the coach always insisted on me staying to train in the afternoon. If I fought classes as such but my parents wouldn't let me, they thought they could hurt me, or it was just a sport for men. After a while and insisting a lot, my mother told me that she would let me train for 1 year and if that year nothing happened, I would forget about wrestling. That year at age 13 I went to live in another city at the national high-performance center in Mexico City and the following year he competed for the first time internationally at age 14. It’s been history ever since!

Career Accomplishments

  • National champion from 2013 to 2020
  • Medalist in central American and Caribbean School Games in 2009 and 2011
  • Pan-American Champion in 2011, 2015, and 2018
  • Pan-American Medalist in 2013 and 2016
  • Central American Campion in Veracruz in 2014
  • 5th place Pan-American Games in Toronto in 2015
  • Junior World Medallist in Brasil 2015
  • International Multimedalist
  • x2 Time 5th place in World Championships in 2018
  • First Mexican woman to win a tournament in Europe
  • First Mexican woman to obtain a Junior World Medal 
  • First Mexican Woman to beat Cuban in a wrestling final
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