|Jennifer Cerquera Hatiusca
|November 8, 1988
On the senior national team since 2011… Competed at the 2011, 2013, 2019, 2022 and 2023 World Championships… Swam at the 2011, 2019 and 2023 Pan American Games… Also participated in the 2012 Olympic Games Qualification Tournament in duet… 16-time medalist at the Central American and Caribbean Games (2010, 2014, 2018, 2023)… Has competed in every possible artistic swimming event (all 10!) on the international stage throughout her senior career… Now competes in the mixed duet event alongside Gustavo Sanchez since 2018, and continues to swim in the team routines.
2023: Finished fourth in free mixed duet and sixth in technical mixed duet at the World Championships… Placed sixth in team at the Pan American Games… Won gold in technical mixed duet and acrobatic team, and silver in free mixed duet at the Central American and Caribbean Games… Competed in three World Cup legs throughout the season – Montpellier (2B), Soma Bay (1S, 1B) and Oviedo (1S, 1B).
2022: Finished sixth in technical and free mixed duet at the World Championships… Won gold in mixed duet and team at the Boliviarian Games… Won silver in team at the South American Games… Earned two golds in the mixed duet events at the Central American and Caribbean Championships… Also won silver in technical team and free team there… Competed in mixed duet in two World Series legs – Paris & #3 virtual.
2021: Won gold in mixed duet, team and highlight at the South American Championships… Also earned a silver in free combination.
2020: Did not compete internationally due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the cancellation of all meets.
2019: Finished eighth in technical and free mixed duet at the World Championships… Placed fifth in team at the Pan American Games… Also swam at the Synchro America Open.
2018: Won four silver medals in free solo, technical team, free team, and free combination at the Central American and Caribbean Games… Also earned silver in mixed duet, team and free combination at the South American Championships.