|Full name||Bibiana Candelas Ramírez|
December 2, 1983 |
|Hometown||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Height||196 cm (6 ft 5 in)|
|Weight||78 kg (170 lb)|
|Beach volleyball information|
Bibiana Candelas Ramírez (born December 2, 1983 in Torreon, Coahuila) is a 6'5" (195 cm) beach volleyball and indoor volleyball player who represented her native country, Mexico, at the 2008 Olympics with her beach partner, Mayra Garcia.
Prep and early life
She graduated in 2002 from Colegio Ponceño in Puerto Rico, but attended Preparatoria Luzac in Torreón as a freshman and sophomore. She was an eight-year (1997–2004) member of the Mexico women's national volleyball team.
She played middle blocker at the University of Southern California from 2002–2005 and was a three time All-American. She helped her team win the 2002 and 2003 NCAA Women's Volleyball Championship, as well as a final four appearance in 2004.
- 2002: 21st place in the World Championship in Germany
- 2002: Bronze Medal in the Central American and Caribbean Games in El Salvador
- 2006: 21st place in the World Championship in Japan
Pan American Games
- Leonas de Ponce (2002)
- CONADE (2002-06-30). "Cuba Campeón Panamericano de voleibol femenil". Gaceta Olimpiada Nacional (in Spanish). Retrieved 2011-10-08.
- Bicampeã, Juliana destaca superação contra rival "de 2,20 m" portuguese
- FIVB Biography
- FIVB Beach Biography
- Profile at Beach Volleyball Database
- USC Bio
- NORCECA Beach Volleyball Circuit 2008
April Ross (USA)
|Women's FIVB World Tour "Top Rookie"
Angie Akers (USA)
Louise Bawden (AUS)
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