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Rebeca Andrade Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

Rebeca Andrade Quick Info
Height 4 ft 11 in
Weight 51 kg
Date of Birth May 8, 1999
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Eye Color Dark Brown

Rebeca Andrade is a Brazilian artistic gymnast who had won the ‘Gold’ medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games (vault event) and the 2021 Rio de Janeiro Pan American Championships (all-around and team events). She had also clinched the ‘Silver’ medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games (all-around event) and the 2018 Lima Pan American Championships (team event).

Born Name

Rebeca Rodrigues de Andrade

Nick Name

Daianinha de Guarulhos

Rebeca Andrade as seen in an Instagram Post in June 2021
Rebeca Andrade as seen in an Instagram Post in June 2021 (Rebeca Andrade / Instagram)

Sun Sign

Taurus

Born Place

Guarulhos, State of São Paulo, Brazil

Residence

Guarulhos, State of São Paulo, Brazil

Nationality

Brazilian

 

Occupation

Artistic Gymnast

Rebeca Andrade as seen in an Instagram Post in August 2021
Rebeca Andrade as seen in an Instagram Post in August 2021 (Rebeca Andrade / Instagram)

Family

  • Mother – Rosa Santos
  • Others – She has an aunt who works at a gym.

Manager

She is represented by –

  • Agência de Atletas, Sports Talent Management Agency, Brazil
  • MPC Rio Comunicação, PR Agency, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Build

Athletic

Height

4 ft 11 in or 150 cm

Weight

51 kg or 112.5 lbs

Rebeca Andrade as seen in an Instagram Post in March 2021
Rebeca Andrade as seen in an Instagram Post in March 2021 (Rebeca Andrade / Instagram)

Race / Ethnicity

Multiracial (Black and Latino)

She is of Brazilian and African descent.

Hair Color

Black

Eye Color

Dark Brown

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Distinctive Features

  • Toned physique
  • Center-parted, shoulder-length, straight hair
  • Affable smile

Rebeca Andrade as seen in an Instagram Post in July 2021
Rebeca Andrade as seen in an Instagram Post in July 2021 (Rebeca Andrade / Instagram)

Rebeca Andrade Facts

  1. She had started getting trained in artistic gymnastics from the age of 4 after her aunt had taken her to the gym where she used to work.
  2. Her nickname, Daianinha de Guarulhos (Little Daiane of Guarulhos), was given to her by locals who used to compare her with Daiane dos Santos, Brazil’s retired artistic gymnast who is a former world champion.
  3. She had made her international debut in 2012 at the Junior South American Championships and had placed 1st with the Brazilian team and in the individual all-around event. That year, she had also participated in the Brazil Trophy and had outperformed Olympians including Jade Barbosa and Daniele Hypólito to win the all-around title.
  4. At the 2013 Nadia Comăneci Invitational held in Oklahoma City, she had won the ‘Gold’ medal in the junior all-around event. At the year’s Junior South American Championships, she had helped the Brazilian team win the ‘Gold’ medal. In the individual competition, she had won the ‘Gold’ medal in the vault and uneven bars events, the ‘Silver’ medal in the balance beam event, and the ‘Bronze’ medal in the all-around event.
  5. At the 2014 Junior Pan American Championships, she had led the Brazilian team to a ‘Silver’ medal. In the individual competition, she had won the ‘Gold’ medal in the vault, uneven bars, and balance beam events; and the ‘Silver’ medal in the all-around and floor exercise events.
  6. She was scheduled to represent Brazil at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics in Nanjing, China. However, she had to pull out due to a broken toe.
  7. In December 2020, she had been tested positive for COVID-19 and had to quarantine for 10 days even though she was asymptomatic.
  8. At the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, where she had won the ‘Gold’ medal in the vault event and the ‘Silver’ medal in the all-around event, she had become the first Brazilian female artistic gymnast to win a medal at the Olympic Games. She had also become the first Olympic Games medalist in the all-around event after having qualified as an individual. She was later honored as the flag bearer for Brazil at the closing ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics.

Featured Image by Rebeca Andrade / Instagram

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