Liliana Ibañez is a Mexican Olympic swimmer born on January 30, 1991 in Celaya, Guanajuato. She has participated in the Olympic Games in London (2012) and in Rio de Janeiro (2016). Currently, he trains at Texas A&M University in College Station.

Liliana has a degree in Urban Planning and a Master's Degree in Land and Property Development.

Life is short and what I do, is my way of life.



She swims more than 2 meters per second.

Each training fights to improve her own record and reach 24 seconds in the 50 free meters.

She has the Mexican records in 50, 100 and 200 meters free; 50 meters butterfly style; and in 3 relays.

Multi medal in the XXIII Central American Games of Barranquilla 2018:

Gold - 4x100m Women's Combined Relay

Gold - 4x100m Combined Mixed Relay

Gold - 4x100m Women's Free Relay

Gold - 4x100m Mixed Free Relay

Gold - 4x200m Women's Free Relay

Silver - Women's 50m Freestyle

Bronze - Women's 100m Freestyle

Bronze - Women's 200m Freestyle

Bronze - Female Butterfly 50m