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Paola Longoria

Career

In just her mid-20s, Paola is already considered to be one of the greatest female racquetball players of all-time. For a period of three and half years starting in 2011, Longoria went undefeated on the Ladies Professional Racquetball Tour (LPRT). Her streak reached 37 consecutive tournament victories and more than 150 match wins in a row. Paola has won five US OPEN Championships, a record for the sport’s most prestigious professional event. Playing for her home country of Mexico on the international stage, she has won three consecutive Gold Medals at the World Championships and 17 medals overall. As a junior player, Paola won eight World Junior Championships in a row. In 2010 Longoria was awarded Mexico’s National Sports award in 2013 was named by Forbes Magazine to the list of Top Most Influential Women in Mexico.

Professional Accomplishments:

37 Tournament Winning Streak (May 2011 – November 2014)

2014 US OPEN Champion

2013-14 Ladies Professional Racquetball Tour Year-End Champion

2013 US OPEN Champion

2012-13 Ladies Professional Racquetball Tour Year-End Champion

2012 US OPEN Champion

2011-12 Ladies Professional Racquetball Tour Year-End Champion

2011 US OPEN Champion 2009-10 Ladies Professional Racquetball Tour Year-End Champion

2008-09 Ladies Professional Racquetball Tour Year-End Champion

2008 US OPEN Champion

RESULTS

Winner

Singles

    • 2014
    • World Championships Singles Gold, Central American and Caribbean Games Singles Gold
    • 2013
    • World Games Singles Gold
    • 2012
    • World Championships Singles Gold
    • 2011
    • Pan American Games Singles Gold, Pan American Games Women's Team Gold
    • 2010
    • World Championships Singles Bronze, Central American and Caribbean Games Singles Gold
    • 2009
    • World Games Singles Gold
    • 2008
    • World Championships Singles Bronze
    • 2006
    • Central American and Caribbean Games Singles Gold, Central American and Caribbean Games Women's Team Gold

Doubles

    • 2014
    • World Championships Doubles Gold, Central American and Caribbean Games Doubles Gold
    • 2012
    • World Championships Doubles Gold
    • 2011
    • Pan American Games Doubles Gold
    • 2010
    • World Championships Doubles Gold

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