Tatiana Bedoya is a Colombian athlete, who competes in the pole vault. She is a South American U20 silver and bronze medalist, as well as multiple Colombian junior and senior medalist. Her personal best in the pole vault is 3.95m.
Tatiana Bedoya was born on May 29, 2002, in Cali, Colombia. She started in athletics at an early age and focused on pole vault from the very beginning.
Tatiana Bedoya started her competitive career in 2017 at Cali Meeting, finishing second with 3.40m. During the next season, she won the gold at the Bogota Colombian U18 Championships and he silver at the Bogota Colombian U20 Championships. Tatiana Bedoya competed at the 2018 Cuenca South American U18 Championships, but missed the medals, finishing 5th. At the Cali Grand Prix Internacional, she improved her best result in the pole vault and overcame 3.50m.
In 2019, Tatiana Bedoya placed herself as the biggest pole vault talent in Colombia. She earned the gold at the Bogota Colombian U20 Championships and Bogota Colombian U18 Championships, as well as the silver at the Cali Colombian U20 Club Championships, before winning the bronze at the Cali South American U20 Championships, improving her personal best to 3.65m.
In 2021, Tatiana Bedoya defended her great achievements and won the silver at the Lima South American U20 Championships. During the season, she won the silver at the Barrancabermeja Colombian U20 Championships and the gold at the Bogota GP Internacional U20, where set a new personal best at 3.75m. At the end of the year, she also won the bronze at the Bogota Colombian U23 Championships.
Tatiana Bedoya earned her first national medal in 2022, winning the bronze at the Bogota Colombian Championships, setting a personal best of 3.95m. She also earned the bronze at the Juegos Universitarios Nacionales and competed at the Cascavel South American Athletics U23 Championships, but did not make a successful attempt.
In 2023, Tatiana Bedoya finished fourth at the Grand Prix Internacional de Bogota and Campeonato Nacional de Pruebas Combinadas, as well as fifth at the Grand Prix Internacional de Barranquilla.