Carolina Raquel Duer (born 5 August 1978) is an Argentine world champion boxer.
She holds the International Boxing Federation (IBF) bantamweight title, and formerly held the World Boxing Organization (WBO)bantamweight and earlier the WBO super flyweight championship. Her record as of August 2016 was 19–3–1.
Duer was born 5 August 1978, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is the daughter of Syrian immigrants.
She is Jewish, attended a Jewish day school and Maccabi club, and celebrated her Bat Mitzvah in the Iona Hebrew Center, a Conservative synagogue. She attended the Jaim Najman Bialik Primary School in Buenos Aires.
Duer won 19 of 20 fights as an amateur, and turned pro in 2007.
Duer became the WBO world super flyweight champion (fighters weighing 112 pounds to 115 pounds) in December 2010, and defended that title six times.
She won the WBO world bantamweight title in July 2013, and in July 2014, Duer defeated Ana Maria Lozano of Venezuela by unanimous decision in Lanus, Argentina, in her second defense of the crown in the bantamweight 115- to 118-pound class. Her record as of September 2014 was 17–3–1.
She is the eighth Argentine woman to hold a WBO boxing championship, and the first Jewish one.
On August 26, 2016, and after a pause in her career due to her maternity, Duer won for the third time the IBF world bantamweight after defeating the Brazilian boxer Aline Scaranello by technical knockout.
In 2013 Duer took part in the reality TV show Celebrity Splash! (Argentina), which teaches celebrities the art of diving.
Duer began to announce boxing in 2014 on National Public Television.