Leopoldo Andara

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Leopoldo Andara (born 27 June 1986) is a Venezuelan swimmer. He participated at the 2008 Summer Olympics.[1]

EDUCATION

  • 2012-2014 Nova Southeastern University (NSU) Master of Mental Health Counseling
  • 2008-2010 Florida International University (FIU) Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND AWARDS

Mental Health Association of Southeast Florida (MHA), Certificate in “Bipolar, Suicide & Grief”; “Understanding Self-Injury”, 2014. CPR Certification VOLUNTEERING Our Children Our Future. Mental Health Agency providing counseling services to children and adolescents. INTERNSHIP Our Children Our Future. Mental Health Agency providing counseling services to children and adolescents. Coaches: Tomas Victoria Scott Kimmelman Shaun Zitani Frank Bradley Michael Lohberg Bruno Darzi

International & National Competitions

2011

  • Venezuela national team member Pan-American Games Guadalajara Mexico

2010

  • 1st Place Medley Relay South American Games Medellin Colombia.
  • 2nd Place 200 meters Individual Medley South American Games Medellin Colombia.
  • 1st Place Medley Relay Central American Games Puerto Rico.
  • 3rd Place 200 meters Breaststroke Central American Games Puerto Rico.
  • Venezuela National Team Member for FINA World Swimming Championships (25M) 2010 Dubai.
  • Venezuela National Champion in 100-200 Breaststroke, and 200-400 Individual Medley.

2009

  • 9th Place FINA World Cup 400 meters Individual Medley.
  • Venezuelan National Record in 200–400 meters Individual Medley.
  • Venezuelan National Champion in 100-200 Breaststroke, and 200-400 Individual Medley.

2008

  • National Team Member at Beijing Olympics, participant in 200 meters Breaststroke and 200 meters Individual Medley.
  • 2nd Place 200 meters Individual Medley Bahamas International Championship
  • 2nd Place 100 meters Breaststroke Bahamas International Championship
  • 1st Place 200 meters Breaststroke Bahamas International Championship
  • Venezuelan National Champion in 100-200 Breaststroke, and 200-400 Individual Medley.

2007

  • 8th Place 200 yards butterfly SEC’s Championship
  • 8th Place 200 meters Breaststroke Pan-American Games Rio, Brazil
  • 9th Place 200 meters Individual Medley Pan-American Games Rio, Brazil
  • Venezuelan National Champion in 100-200 Breaststroke, and 200-400 Individual Medley.

2006

  • NJCAA Champion in 200 yards Butterfly, and 200-400 yards Individual Medley
  • NJCAA MVP and National record in 200 yards Butterfly
  • 3rd Place 200 meters Breaststroke Central American Games Cartagena Colombia
  • 3rd Place 200 meters Individual Medley South American Championship Argentina
  • Venezuelan National Champion in 100-200 Breaststroke, 200-400 Individual Medley, and 200 Butterfly.

2005

  • NJCAA Champion in 200 yards Butterfly, and 200-400 yards Individual Medley
  • NJCAA MVP
  • 2nd Place 200 meters Individual Medley Bolivarian Games Colombia
  • 2nd Place 200 meters Breaststroke Bolivarian Games Colombia
  • Venezuelan National Champion in 100-200 Breaststroke, 200-400 Individual Medley, and 200 Butterfly

2004

  • 2nd Place 200 meters Breaststroke South American Games Montevideo Uruguay.
  • Venezuela National Team Member for FINA World Swimming Championships (25M) Indianapolis.
  • Venezuelan National Champion in 200 Breaststroke, 200-400 Individual Medley, and 200 Butterfly.

2003

  • 1st Place 400 meters Individual Medley Central American Championship Mexico City, Mexico.
  • 3rd Place 100 meters Breaststroke Central American Championship Mexico City, Mexico.
  • 2nd Place 200 metes Breaststroke Central American Championship Mexico City, Mexico.
  • Venezuelan National Champion in 100-200 Breaststroke, 200-400 Individual Medley, and 200 Butterfly.

2002

  • 2nd Place 200 meters Breaststroke South American Championship Belem, Brazil.
  • 2nd Place 200 meters Individual Medley South American Championship Belem, Brazil.
  • 2nd Place 400 meters Individual Medley South American Championship Belem, Brazil.
  • Venezuelan National Champion in 100-200 Breaststroke, 200-400 Individual Medley, and 200 Butterfly.

2001

  • 1st Place 400 meters Individual Medley Central American Championship Dominican Republic.
  • 1st Place 200 meters Breaststroke Central American Championship Dominican Republic.
  • 1st Place 200 meters Individual Medley Central American Championship Dominican Republic.
  • 1st Place 200 meters Butterfly Central American Championship Dominican Republic.
  • 2nd Place 200 meters Individual Medley South American Championship Medellin Colombia.
  • 2nd Place 200 meters Butterfly South American Championship Medellin Colombia.
  • 2nd Place 100 meters Breaststroke South American Championship Medellin Colombia.
  • Venezuelan National Champion in 100-200 Breaststroke, 200-400 Individual Medley.

2000

  • Venezuelan National Champion in 100-200 Breaststroke, 200-400 Individual Medley

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Leopoldo Andara". Retrieved October 2, 2014. 

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