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Anggie Ramirez Perea
Colombia
Anggie Ramirez Perea    
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Joined: 2015
Country: Colombia
Sponsors: Roto Grip, VISE, Dexter, I Am Bowling, NDO
Birthdate: Nov. 28, 1990

National Team Accolades (Colombia)
Years on Team Colombia (13): 2009-2021
Years on Junior Team Colombia (6): 2005-2010

- One gold medal (team) at 2019 International Bowling Federation Women’s Championships
- One gold medal (team) and two silver medals (singles, all-events) at 2018 PABCON Women’s Championships
- One bronze medal (team) at 2017 International Bowling Federation Women’s Championships
- Two gold medals (team and team all-events with record scores) at 2015 Central American and Caribbean Championships
- One gold medal (doubles) and two bronze medals (team and Masters) at 2014 Central American and Caribbean Championships
- One silver medal (doubles) at 2014 Pan American Olympic Festival
- One gold medal (doubles) and one bronze medal (singles) at 2014 South American Games
- Five gold medals (singles, doubles, trios, all-events, Masters) at 2013 Ibero-American Championships
- One bronze medal (team) at 2011 International Bowling Federation Women’s Championships
- One bronze medal (doubles) at 2011 Pan American Games
- Two gold medals (mixed doubles and team) at 2010 South American Games
- One silver medal (mixed doubles) at 2009 World Games
- Two gold medals (all-events and Masters) at 2009 Central American Youth Championships
- One bronze medal (singles) at 2008 Pan American Youth Championships
- Junior B champion at 2006 Tournament of the Americas

Other Accomplishments/Awards/Notes
- Third-place finish at 2017 World Bowling Tour Finals
- Fourth-place finish at 2016 PWBA Storm Sacramento Open
- 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2016 national champion for Colombia
- Member of 2011 and 2013 Intercollegiate Team Championships winner (Maryland Eastern Shore)
- 2013 NTCA first-team All-American (Maryland Eastern Shore)
- 2013 Maryland Eastern Shore Female Athlete of the Year
- 2013 MEAC Bowler of the Year (Maryland Eastern Shore)
- Four-time MEAC first-team All-Conference (Maryland Eastern Shore)
- Member of 2011 and 2012 NCAA Bowling Championship winner (Maryland Eastern Shore)
- 2012 NTCA second-team All-American (Maryland Eastern Shore)
- 2011 NTCA third-team All-American (Maryland Eastern Shore)
- 2011 Arthur Ashe Sports Scholar
- 2010 MEAC Rookie of the Year (Maryland Eastern Shore)
- 2006 and 2009 youth national champion for Colombia

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