Mariana Pajón

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Date of Birth October 10, 1991
Place of Birth Medellin, Colombia
Age 29 years old
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Mariana Pajón

Mariana Pajón Londoño ODB is a Colombian cyclist, two-time Olympic gold medalist and BMX World Champion. She won her first national title at age of 5 and her first world title at 9. Overall, she is the winner of 14 world championships, 2 national championships in the United States, 9 Latin American Championships and 10 Pan American championships. She also won the gold medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, on 10 August 2012, as well as in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio. She is the first Colombian to win two Olympic gold medals. Pajón's achievements in BMX have earned her the nickname "Queen of BMX". She was selected to be the flag-bearer for Colombia at the 2012 Summer Olympics at the Opening Ceremony.

Full name: Mariana Pajón Londoño
Nickname: "Tata", "Queen of BMX"
Born: October 10, 1991, Medellín, Colombia
Height: 1.58 m
Weight: 53 kg (116.84 lb)
Discipline: Bicycle Motocross (BMX)
Role: Rider

About Mariana Pajón

BMX champion who has won more than a dozen titles over the course of her career. Some of her most notable victories include gold medals at the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games and 2013 UCI BMX World Championships.

Mariana Pajón Before Fame

She was born in Medellín and won her first national championship at age five.

Achievement of Mariana Pajón

She was the flagbearer for Colombia at the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

Mariana Pajón Family Life

Her father and brother are both BMX riders.

Associations of Mariana Pajón

She and Liam Phillips have both won the UCI BMX World Championships.

Information related to Mariana Pajón

  • UCI BMX World Champions (elite women)
  • Colombian female cyclists
  • Sportspeople from Medellín
  • Cyclists at the 2011 Pan American Games
  • Olympic gold medalists for Colombia
  • Pan American Games gold medalists for Colombia
  • Olympic cyclists of Colombia
  • BMX riders
  • Cyclists at the 2012 Summer Olympics
  • Cyclists at the 2016 Summer Olympics
Latest information about Mariana Pajón updated on April 19, 2021.

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