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ROSBIL Guillen
Sport Para athletics
NPC Peru   
Place of BirthHuancavelica, PER
Height1.57 m
Human Interest
Impairment Information
Type of Impairment
Vision impairment
Origin of Impairment
T11, F11
Ferdinand Cereceda; Carlos Guevara
Further Personal Information
Huancayo, PER
Higher education
Law - Continental University: Huancayo, PER
Sport Specific Information
When and where did you begin this sport?
He took up athletics in 2016 at the Association of Blind Athletes in Peru. In 2019 he began training professionally.
Why this sport?
He felt the need to practise sports after losing his sight. He initially took up five-a-side football before switching to athletics after experiencing injury problems. "I've always liked to run and play football. The physiotherapists gave me a choice between only running or only kicking the ball, I couldn't do both. I felt that I had more opportunities with running. Taking up athletics was a difficult decision. It was not my goal, but somehow I began to improve my personal bests and just went forward."
Name of coach
Sunil Andres Serna [personal], PER, from 2019
Senior International Debut
Competing for
General Interest
La Maravilla [The Wonder] (, 19 Aug 2019)
Going to the gym, listening to music. (Athlete, 06 Nov 2019)
Memorable sporting achievement
Winning a gold medal at the 2019 Parapan American Games in Lima, Peru. (Athlete, 06 Nov 2019)
Most influential person in career
His family and friends. (Athlete, 06 Nov 2019)
Hero / Idol
Peruvian footballer Edison Flores. (Athlete, 06 Nov 2019)
Awards and honours
He was named Para Athlete of the Year by the Peruvian Paralympic Committee in 2019. The award was presented to five athletes who won gold medals at the 2019 Parapan American Games in Lima, Peru. (, 28 Feb 2020)
Other sports
He competed in five-a-side football at the 2016 Copa Trujillo in Ica, Peru. (, 19 Aug 2019)
To compete at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo. (, 28 Aug 2019)
He sustained a visual impairment after there was an explosion at the mine he was working at in Ayacucho, Peru, in 2010. (, 19 Aug 2019;, 22 Jan 2020)

Competition Highlights (historical)
Paralympic Games
Rank Year Event Result
5 2021 5000m T11 15:35.82
8 2021 1500m T11 4:19.49
ParaPan American Games
Rank Year Event Result
  2019 5000m T11  DSQ
1 2019 1500m T11 4:23.88
World Championships
Rank Year Event Result
8 2019 1500m T11 4:19.00
4 2019 5000m T11 15:54.22