Kina Malpartida, women's boxing world champion in super featherweight, will see her name written in the National Stadium of Lima since Tuesday as she unveiled the Sports Laurels.
Peruvian Institute of Sports (IPD) chief Arturo Woodman hailed Malpartida's strength and courage.
Malpartida previously has received a trophy and a check for 50,000 nuevos soles (15,000 U.S. dollars) from the Peruvian government as a reward for her success.
"It is a honor for me to receive this recognition in the National Stadium. From here I got the hunger to achieve what I have done," Malpartida said.
Malpartida won her title when defeating American Maureen Shea by knockout in the Madison Square Garden in New York on Feb. 21.