A Bolivian midfielder Jhasmani Campos Dávalos was born on 10 May 1988 in Santa Cruz de la Sierra.
Campos started his playing career in 1997, when he joined the junior side of Tahuichi Academy. In 2005, the young player was scouted by Grêmio. In 2006, the footballer was hired by Oriente Petrolero from the first division. He soon became a fixture in the club’s starting eleven. The stint was lined with 33 goals scored in 152 matches.
In 2011, Jhasmani was bought by Bolívar. He turned to be the most expensive footballer in Bolivian Football. The 2011/2012 season was lined with 24 appearances made and 10 goals netted. In 2013, Campos was hired by Alania Vladikavkaz and stayed with the club for half a year. In the summer 2013 Campos accepted the offer from a Qatari side Al Mu'aidar.
On international level, the midfielder debuted for the Bolivia U-20 team in 2007. In the same year, Campos was capped for the country’s full side. He first appeared for the national squad on 28 March 2007 in a game against South Africa.
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