Silvia Angulo Rugeles

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Silvia Angulo Rugeles Squash player
Silvia Angulo Rugeles
Nationality: ColombiaColombia Colombia
Birthday: September 14, 1983
1st professional season: 2005
Resignation: 2012
Playing hand: Right
Career finals: 1
Best placement: 66 (March 2007)
Sources: official player profiles at PSA and Squashinfo (see web links )

Silvia Angulo Rugeles (born September 14, 1983 in Bucaramanga ) is a former Colombian squash player .


Silvia Angulo Rugeles began her professional career in the 2005 season on the WSA World Tour . She reached her highest place in the world rankings with rank 66 in March 2007. So far she has been in a final on the World Tour: in Bogotá in 2005 she had to admit defeat to Samantha Terán .

With the Colombian national team took in 2012 at the World Cup in part, finishing with her at the end of the 20th Place. At the Pan American Games in 2007 she won the bronze medal with the Colombian team. In 2011 she secured the silver medal both with the team and in the doubles competition with Catalina Peláez . In 2008 she became the Pan American champion after beating Kristen Lange in the final . At the South American Games in 2010 she won gold in the doubles competition with Catalina Peláez as well as with the team. In the individual she also won silver, she lost in the final to Nicolette Fernandes .


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