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Andrea Ferris

Andrea Ferris
Personal information
Full name Andrea María Ferris Quintero
Born (1987-09-21) September 21, 1987
La Chorrera, Panamá Province, Panamá
Height 1.82 m (5 ft 11 12 in)
Weight 62 kg (137 lb)
Sport
Country  Panama
Sport Women's Athletics
Event(s) Middle-distance running
Updated on 14 July 2014.

Andrea Ferris (born 21 September 1987 in La Chorrera) is a Panamanian middle-distance runner.[1][2] At the 2012 Summer Olympics, she competed in the Women's 800 metres.

In December 2012, she married Peruvian middle-distance runner Mario Bazán.[3]

Personal bests

Achievements

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Panama
2002 Central American Championships San José, Costa Rica 5th 5000 m 20:10.02
2003 Central American Youth Championships San José, Costa Rica 3rd 1500 m 5:10.44
1st 3000 m 11:17.51
2004 Central American Junior Championships San José, Costa Rica 2nd 1500 m 5:02.59
1st 5000 m 19:31.63
Central American Championships Managua, Nicaragua 3rd 1500 m 4:58.27
5th 5000 m 20:10.02
10,000 m DNF
4th 4×400 m relay 4:29.51
2005 Central American Junior Championships Managua, Nicaragua 1st 1500 m 4:56.70
1st 5000 m 19:00.40
1st 10,000 m 41:31.53
Central American Championships San José, Costa Rica 4th 1500 m 4:51.49
5th 5000 m 19:32.98
5th 10,000 m 40:42.53
South American Junior Championships Rosario, Argentina 9th 1500 m 4:59.90
7th 5000 m 19:31.43
2006 Central American Junior Championships Guatemala, Guatemala 1st 1500 m 5:00.48
4th 3000 m 11:32.76
1st 5000 m 19:26.34
South American Championships Tunja, Colombia 4th 800 m 2:27.49
1500 m DNF
2007 Central American Championships San José, Costa Rica 3rd 800 m 2:14.20
1st 1500 m 4:41.79
3rd 4x400 m relay 4:00.92
2008 Ibero-American Championships Iquique, Chile 10th (h) 800 m 2:11.59
8th 1500 m 4:33.44
6th 3000 m 10:07.84
South American Under-23 Championships Lima, Perú 3rd 1500 m 4:36.61
2009 South American Championships Lima, Perú 4th 800 m 2:07.33
4th 1500 m 4:24.14
2010 Central American Games Ciudad de Panamá, Panamá 1st 800 m 2:02.52 GR
1st 1500 m 4:18.38 GR
1st 3000 m steeplechase 10:13.20 GR
1st 4x400 m relay 3:50.53
Central American and Caribbean Games Mayagüez, Puerto Rico 2nd 800 m 2:04.16
5th 1500 m 4:25.21
Ibero-American Championships San Fernando, Cádiz, Spain 1st 800 m 2:02.86
Central American Championships Ciudad de Guatemala, Guatemala 1st 400 m 54.73 CR
1st 800 m 2:08.78 CR
1st 1500 m 4:37.18
1st 4x400 m relay 4:01.72
2011 South American Championships Buenos Aires, Argentina 2nd 800 m 2:05.13
Central American Championships San José, Costa Rica 2nd 400 m 55.83
1st 800 m 2:10.88
1st 1500 m 4:40.29
2nd 4x400 m relay 3:56.95
2012 South American Cross Country Championships Lima, Perú 11th 8 km 30:52.3
Central American Championships Managua, Nicaragua 1st 400 m 55.17
1st 800 m 2.03.91 CR
1st 1500 m 4.20.00 CR
3rd 4x400 m relay 4.00.99
Ibero-American Championships Barquisimeto, Venezuela 6th 800 m 2:06.18
2nd 1500 m 4:20.50
Olympic Games London, United Kingdom 20th (h) 800 m 2:05.59
2013 Central American Games San José, Costa Rica 4th 400 m 57.72
1st 800 m 2:06.39
1st 1500 m 4:31.62
2nd 4×400 m relay 3:52.21
South American Championships Cartagena, Colombia 3rd 800 m 2:03.57
3rd 1500 m 4:16.34
Bolivarian Games Trujillo, Perú 2nd 800 m 2:03.78
3rd 1500 m 4:15.22
3rd 3000 m steeplechase 10:03.21
2014 South American Games Santiago, Chile 2nd 1500 m 4:20.81
5th 3000 m s'chase 10:35.55

References

  1. ^ "Andrea Ferris". London 2012. The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Limited. Retrieved 17 September 2012. 
  2. ^ Biografía - General - FERRIS Andrea - Panamá (in Spanish), retrieved May 7, 2014 
  3. ^ Andrea Ferris dejó la soltería para unirse a Bazán (in Spanish), Día a día, Panamá, December 19, 2012, retrieved May 7, 2014 

External links

  • Andrea Ferris profile at IAAF
  • sports-reference
  • Tilastopaja biography


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