| Rocio Rivarola Trappe|
| 2 July 1987 (age 28) (1987-07-02) Asuncion, Paraguay|Rocio Rivarola Wikipedia
Rocio Rivarola Trappe (born July 20, 1987 in Asunción) is a female Paraguayan rower. Rivarola qualified for the women's single sculls at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens by achieving a fifth spot from FISA Latin American Qualification Regatta in San Salvador, El Salvador with an entry time of 8:25.81. Rowing in the D-Final, Rivarola paddled her stretch against five other women to overhaul an eight-minute barrier for a third-place effort and twenty-first overall in a lifetime best of 7:57.36. Building a historic milestone for Paraguay, Rivarola became the youngest and first ever female athlete as the nation's flag bearer in the opening ceremony.