Gabriela Pérez del Solar

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Gabriela Pérez del Solar
Gabriela Pérez del Solar
Women's Volleyball
Competitor for  Peru
Olympic Games
Silver 1988 Seoul Team Competition

Gabriela Lourdes Pérez del Solar Cuculiza (born July 10, 1968 in Ica) is a Peruvian female volleyball player and politician. On July 27, 2006 she assumed a position in the Peruvian Congress in the Unidad Nacional party.

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Sports career

Perez del Solar began to play volleyball at 14 years old. Her 194 cm stature made her a great and internationally respected blocker. Solar began to show her abilities for this sport in the Volleyball World Cup in Japan in 1985, and at just 17 years old was chosen as the best blocker of the match. She was a member of the team that won the silver medal in the Olympic Games of Seoul 1988. She retired from the Peruvian team after winning the South America Volleyball Championship in 1993 in Cuzco.

In Italy

After retiring in Peru, Perez del Solar began playing in Italy. She was invited to become a member of the Italian national team, but rejected the offer.

Political Life

In 2005, the then presidential candidate Lourdes Flores Nano invited Perez del Solar to run for Congress and she accepted. In the general elections of the 2006 she was elected with the highest number of votes in her district and fifth most number of votes at the national level. In April 2006, she was presented as a member of the Unidad Nacional, in a ceremony prepared by Xavier Barrón and Lourdes Flores.

Awards

She has attended five South American Championships (winning in four occasions), two Volleyball World Championship (third in 1986) and two Olympic Games (Silver medal in 1988).

Club

Awards

Career Summary

National Team

Women's U20 Team

Girl's Youth Team


Current Congress of the Republic of Peru (2006-2011)

Amazonas: Maslucan, Salazar
Ancash: Anaya, Balta, Calderón, Mallqui,
 Otárola
Apurímac: Galindo, A. León
Arequipa: Eguren, González, Gutiérrez,
 Mendoza, Santos
Ayacucho: Huancahuari, E. León, Urquizo
Cajamarca: Cabrera, Chacón, E. Espinoza,
 Florián, Rebaza
Callao: Giampietri, Mekler, Negreiros, Pérez
Cusco: Luizar, Mayorga, Sumire, Supa,
 Wilson
Huancavelica: Ruiz, Saldaña
Huánuco: Beteta, Cajahuanca, Huerta
Ica: Núñez, Gonzales P., Serna, Yamashiro

Junín: Acosta, Canchaya, Pando, Reymundo,
 Vílchez
La Libertad: Alegría, Alva Castro, Benites,
 Escudero, Robles, Rodríguez, Urtecho
Lambayeque: Aguinaga, Carpio, G. Espinoza,
 Falla, Velásquez*
Lima: Abugattás, Alcorta, Andrade, Bedoya,
 Bruce, Cabanillas, Castro, Cuculiza,
 del Castillo, K. Fujimori, S. Fujimori, Galarreta,
 García Belaúnde, Herrera, Hildebrandt, Lazo,
 L. León, Lombardi, Luna, Menchola, Moyano,
 Mulder, Pérez del Solar, Raffo, Reggiardo,
 Sasieta, Silva, Sousa, Torres Caro, Uribe,
 Valle Riestra, Vásquez, Vega, Waisman,
 Zumaeta

Loreto: Isla, Peña, Vargas
Madre de Dios: Perry
Moquegua: H. Guevara, Zeballos
Pasco: de la Cruz, Ramos
Piura: Carrasco, M. Espinoza,
 M. Guevara,  Morales, Peralta,
 Venegas,
Puno: Cenzano, Estrada, Lescano,
 Sucari, Vilca
San Martín: Obregón, Pastor,
 Reátegui
Tacna: Flores, Ordoñez
Tumbes: Cánepa, Sánchez
Ucayali: Macedo , Najar

*President of Congress

Parties/Alliances: APRA | UPP | UN | AF | FC | PP | RN | PDP

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