Rebeca Andrade BioGraphy

Rebeca Andrade BioGraphy : Rebeca Andrade faces life with the naturalness and simplicity with which she flies in acrobatics to enchant the world to the sound of the ‘Baile de favela’. She learned from the example of her mother, Rosa Santos, who raised Rebeca and seven other children working as a maid, along with seven other siblings in Guarulhos, Greater São Paulo, that the obstacles in life are there to be faced with lightness and resilience . And that good thoughts and gratitude for life attract good things. Rebeca Andrade is a silver medalist at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

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Rebecca Andrade’s full name is Rebecca Rodrigues de Andrade. She was born on 8 May 1999 in the house of Rosa Santos. Her mother’s name is Rosa Santos. Rebecca has not even told her father. She is a Brazilian artistic gymnast. The birthplace of Rebecca Andrade is Guarulhos, Brazil. Representing Brazil, she participates in the Women’s artistic gymnastics game. Rebecca Andrade is raised by her mother along with her seven siblings. Her father has said that she has never told this till now. Previously she lived in a simple house in Guarulhos, a municipality in the metropolitan area of So Paulo, where she spent her childhood.

Rebeca Andrade Journey

Since she was a girl Rebeca showed a lot of energy and joy in life. Her aunt worked at Ginásio Bonifácio Cardoso, in Guarulhos, and one day she decided to take the girl to spend all that energy there. Mônica Barroso dos Anjos, coach of the Guarulhos gymnastics team and international referee, saw the talent and bet on little Rebeca. She was going by bicycle to train. And she never stopped.

At age 11, Rebeca was invited to train in Curitiba with the technique Kelly Kitaura. In 2012, when she was 13 years old, Rebeca shone in her first championship as a professional. The young woman became champion of the Brazil Artistic Gymnastics Trophy, beating big names in the national sport, such as Jade Barbosa and Daniele Hypólito. Rebeca was invited by the coach of the Brazilian team, Francisco Porath to train with him at Flamengo. And she moved to Rio de Janeiro.

So many trainings, jumps, falls and high-level competitions put the 22-year-old gymnast’s body to the test, with a height of 1.54 meters. Rebeca shone at the Tokyo Olympics with three knee surgeries. In the first one, in 2015, she thought about stopping gymnastics. Rebeca tore the anterior cruciate ligament in her right knee during training for the Toronto Pan American Games.

Two years later, Rebeca tore the anterior cruciate ligament in her right knee during training at the World Cup in Montreal, Canada. The last surgery was in June 2019, after she twisted her operated knee during a race in the Brazilian Championship. The ligament has been rebuilt.

Rebeca did not get down, even knowing that the recovery time for such surgery, usually eight months, would probably take her out of the Tokyo Olympics if the games had been held in 2020.

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Real Name Rebeca Rodrigues de Andrade
Nick name Rebeca
Age 22 Year Year Old
Date Of Birth 8 May 1999
Nationality Brazilian
Country Brazil
Gender Female
Birth Place Guarulhos, Brazil
Profession Brazilian artistic gymnast
Discipline Women’s artistic gymnastics
Birth Sign Taurus
Level
Senior International Elite
Club Club de Regatas do Flamengo
Head Coach Francisco Porath
Former coach(es) Keli Tiemi Kitaura, Alexander Alexandrov, Valery Liukin
Rebeca Andrade BioGraphy – Family
Father Name Don’t know
Mother Name Rosa Santos
Brother Name Don’t know
Sister Name  Name Don’t know
Boy Friend Yet bot
Rebeca Andrade Education
School Name Don’t know
University Name Don’t know
Qualification Don’t know
Rebeca Andrade Physical Status
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Height 151 cm (4 ft 11 in)
Body Athletic
Weight 101 lb / 46 kg
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Shoe Size 8 (US) Approx
Bra size 31 inch Approx
Butt Size 33 inch   Approx
Waist Size 28 inch Approx
Dress Size 4 (US) or 34 (EU) Approx
Sexual Orientation Straight
Rebeca Andrade Relationship Status
Are you married ? No
Is she Lesbian No
Any Affair No
Boy Friend Name Don’t Know
Husband Name Yet Not
Rebeca Andrade Social Network
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Rebeca Andrade Junior Career

Rebecca Andrade made her international debut at the 2012 Junior South American Championships in Cochabamba, where she finished first everywhere with the Brazilian team and individually. Apart from this, she also participated in the Brazil Trophy,where she won the all-around title.

In 2013, Rebecca Andrade started the season at the Nadia Comaneci Invitational in Oklahoma City where she won gold in the junior all-around. In August of the same year, she participated in the Junior South American Championships and the Brazilian team won the gold medal. Rebecca Andrade won the bronze medal in the all-around individually behind Lorraine Oliveira and Flavia Saraiva. She won a silver medal on the balance beam behind Saraiwa and also won a gold medal on the vault and on the uneven bars. Participating in the gymnasium in November, she won the silver medal after the Brazilian team finished behind Russia. In addition she won the bronze medal in the all-around behind Alla Sosnitskaya and Flavia Saraeva. Reaching the finals in the gymnasium event, finished sixth in floor exercise and won a gold medal on the vault.

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At the WOGA Classic in Plano, Texas in February 2014, she won gold on the all-around, vault and uneven bars, and also won silver with the team on the balance beam, and floor exercise. She then won the silver medal behind Team Brazil Canada at the Junior Pan American Championships in Aracaju. Individually she won gold medals on the vault, uneven bars and balance beam, and silver in all-around and floor exercises behind Flavia Saraiva. She withdrew after she broke her toe at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics in Nanjing, China.

Rebecca Andrade – Olympic Games

  • Gold medal – first place 2020 Tokyo Vault
  • Silver medal – second place 2020 Tokyo All-Around

Rebecca Andrade – Pan American Championships

  • Gold medal – first place 2021 Rio de Janeiro All-Around
  • Gold medal – first place 2021 Rio de Janeiro Team
  • Silver medal – second place 2018 Lima Team

Rebecca Andrade Music

  • 2013: “Sway”
  • 2014–2016: “Crazy in Love” and “Single Ladies”
  • 2019: “Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565” and “Baile de Favela”

Rebecca Andrade Net Worth

You will have to wait some more time to know the net worth of Rebecca Andrade. As of now there is no confirmation from Rebecca Andrade regarding her net worth.

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