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Margarita Maria Roa Rojas

Margarita Maria Roa Rojas

Architect, Master and PhD student of Catalonia Polytechnic University at Barcelona, Spain.

She has been bowling for over 20 years, with many national titles and countless international medals. Margarita was a member of the Colombian National bowling Team (Junior & Adult) 1998-2003, and again in 2008.

Margarita earned a Bronze team medal at WTBA FIQ World Championship in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia back in 2003. In that event her team set the 3-game World Record.

She was a member of the Catalan National bowling team between 2004-2009. As well as a member of the Actually Valle Adult Team in Colombia.

She loves architectural travels, history books, hata yoga practice, rock music, salsa dance and history documentaries, mediterranean and arabian food.


Home Town Barcelona, Spain
Birth Date 2/2/80
Throws Right
300 Games 1
800 Series 1

ACCOMPLISHMENTS
    • 2015 National U35 Champ. - 1 Bronze - Barranquilla, Colombia
    • 2014 National U35 Champ. - 4 Silver, 2 Bronze - Zipaquia, Colombia
    • 2013 National Champ. - 1 Silver, 1 Bronze - Cali, Colombia
    • 2011 National Champ. - 2 Gold, 2 Bronze - Cali, Colombia
    • 1st - 2009 Catalan Championship
    • 2009 Catalan League - 1st Individual, 3rd Team
    • 2008 Central American & Caribbean Champ. - 3 Gold, 2 Silver - Santo Domingo, Rep. Dom.
    • 2008 Catalan Championship - 2nd Individual, 1st Couples, 1st Trios
    • 2008 Catalan League - 2nd Individual, 2nd Team
    • 2007 Regional Champ. of Spain - 3 Gold, 2 Bronze - Granada, Spain
    • 2007 Spanish League - 1st Individual, 6th Team
    • 2007 Catalan League - 1st Individual, 2nd Team
    • 8th - 2006 European Master Champ. - Barcelona, Spain
    • 2006 Spanish League - 2nd Individual, 3rd Team
    • 2006 Catalan League - 1st Individual, 2nd Team
    • 2005 Regional Champ. of Spain - 5 Gold - Madrid, Spain
    • 2005 Spanish League - 3rd Individual, 5th Team
    • 2005 Catalan League - 1st Individual, 3rd Team
    • 2004 National Sports Games - 1 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze - Bogota, Colombia
    • 2003 World Champ. XV FIQ WTBA - 1 Bronze - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    • 2003 U23 National Champ. - 2 Silver - Bogota, Colombia
    • 2003 National Champ. - 1 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze - Medellin, Colombia
    • 2002 Central American & Caribbean Games - 1 Gold, 1 Bronze - San Salvador, El Salvador
    • 2002 U23 National Champ. - 2 Gold, 1 Silver - Bogota, Colombia
    • 2002 National Champ. - 2 Gold, 1 Bronze - Bucaramanga, Colombia
    • 2001 Panamerican Champ. FIQ - 1 Silver - Buenos Aires, Argentina
    • 2001 National Champ. - 2 Gold - Medellin, Colombia
    • 2001 U23 National Champ. - 2 Gold, 1 Bronze - Bogota, Colombia
    • 2000 South American Youth Champ. - 3 Gold - Ciudad del Este, Paraguay
    • 2000 U23 National Champ. - 2 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze - Medellin, Colombia
    • 2000 South American Club Champ. - 3 Bronze - Bogota, Colombia
    • 1999 National Champ. - 2 Gold - Bogota, Colombia
    • 1999 National Champ. Clubs - 1 Gold, 1 Bronze - Bogota, Colombia
    • 1999 Central American & Caribbean Youth Champ. - 1 Bronze - San Jose, Costa Rica
    • 1999 U23 National Champ. - 2 Gold, 4 Bronze - Bucaramanga, Colombia
    • 1999 National Youth Champ. - 1 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze - Medellin, Colombia
    • 1998 Youth Tourn. of Americas - 1 Bronze - Miami, FL
    • 1998 U23 National Champ. - 1 Gold, 1 Silver - Armenia, Colombia
    • 1998 National Youth Champ. - 4 Gold, 1 Silver - Bogota, Colombia
    • 1997 Youth National Champ. - 5 Gold, 1 Silver - Medellin, Colombia
    • 1997 National Champ. - 1 Gold - Medellin, Colombia
    • 1997 U23 National Champ. - 1 Gold - Medellin, Colombia
    • 1996 National Youth Champ. - 1 Gold, 1 Bronze - Medellin Colombia
    • 1995 Youth Tenpin Tourn. - 1 Silver - Medellin, Colombia
    • 1995 U23 National Champ. - 2 Gold, 1 Bronze - Armenia, Colombia
    • 1994 National Youth Champ. - 1 Gold, 1 Silver - Medellin, Colombia
    • 1993 National Youth Champ. - 1 Gold, 1 Bronze - Armenia, Colombia