Mexican artist gymnast who earned eight precious metal medals on the Central American and Caribbean Video games from 2006 to 2014. She received the Longines Award for Style at this year’s 2009 World Creative Gymanstics Championships and, in 2012, symbolized her home nation at her initial Olympic Video games. She was created in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon and begun to earn worldwide interest when she positioned fifth on the American Glass in Philadelphia in 2006. She obtained internet popularity in 2012 by executing her Olympic qualifying regular towards the theme music in the gaming franchise The Star of Zelda, which she actually is a enthusiast. She’s a sister called Laura García Rodriguez Blancas. She competed against Venzuela’s Jessica Lopez on the 2014 Central American and Caribbean Video games.