Patricia Alcivar, aka “Patty Boom Boom” is a professional boxer, competitive runner and avid mountain and rock climber. Currently she is 8-3-3 KO’s as a pro boxer and has won the NYS Flyweight Championship. Her amateur background includes winning two consecutive NYC Golden Glove titles at 119 lbs in 1998 and 1999, winning the gold at the first Women’s National Amateur Boxing Championship in 1997, and silver the following year. Her performance won the attention of The United States Olympic Committee, which voted her Athlete of the Year in boxing, making her the first female to receive the honor in the sport. She also won Gold on Team USA in the first ever international competition against Canada in 1998.
Patricia has participated in 23 marathons, countless triathlons, road races and adventure races. She also enjoys climbing and has her heart set on taking on Denali and Everest one day.
Born in Barranquilla, Columbia, she currently resides in Forest Hills, NY, and works as a Spanish Interpreter/Translator, Health and Wellness Coordinator, Event Manager, EMT and Personal Trainer. Patricia plans to complete her education to become a Physical Therapist and give back to the community that has supported her.
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