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Ana Flávia Azinheira, Born on February 8, 1977. She is a Master in Public Health, a graduate in veterinary medicine from the University of Eduardo Mondlane (UEM) , a Bachelor in International Business, the latter obtained in the United States of America.
She is an entrepreneur, owner of a network of veterinary clinics scattered all over the country. However, she is recognized as a basketball player as she practiced for 25 years.
As a basketball player, she was an African champion for Academica in 2001. In 2006, she was voted Africa’s most valuable player (MVP), playing for ferroviario de Maputo.
She wore the national team jersey and even played for North American clubs (St. Mary’s University, San Antonio, Texas, and College Kansas) for three years.
Internally she worked at Maxaquene, Ferroviario da Beira, Ferroviario de Nampula, Ferroviario de Maputo, Academica and A politecnica, where she finished her career.
In 2014, Ana Flavia entered the history of the Mozambican basketball. The former athlete was part of the group of athletes who represented Mozambique for the first time in a world championship.
Ana Flavia is single, but she’s committed and she’s the mother of a boy. After the elections of October 15, 2014, she was appointed to the post of deputy minister of youth and sports.
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