Family Husband Marco Ciari
Residence Livorno, ITA
Occupation Athlete, Police Officer
Higher education Political Science - University of Pisa: Italy
|Klagenfurt (AUSTRIA), 2010-04-24||Gand (BELGIUM), 2012-06-08||Klagenfurt (AUSTRIA), 2009-05-02|
|Gand (BELGIUM), 2011-06-10||V.Leganés-Madrid (SPAIN), 2010-02-27|
|Londres (GREAT BRITAIN), 2013-01-25||Chicago (USA), 2012-06-22|
|Chicago (USA), 2014-05-02|
|New York (USA), 2017-01-27|
|Sint-Niklaas (BELGIUM), 2017-11-17|
|Salt Lake City (USA), 2019-01-25|
|Tunis (TUNISIA), 2019-05-10|
|Budapest (HUNGARY), 2013-08-06|
|Leipzig (GERMANY), 2017-07-20|
|Zagreb (CROATIA), 2013-06-16|
|Tunis (TUNISIA), 2010-03-19|
|Moscow (RUSSIA), 2016-05-28|
When and where did you begin this sport? She began fencing at age eight.
Why this sport? Her mother was working at a fencing hall and decided to enrol her in classes.
Club / Team GS Fiamme Gialle [ITA]; Frascati Scherma [ITA]:
Sporting philosophy / motto "Sabre is my passion. I has given me so much that I will carry in my heart forever. On dark days it can also be quite painful because in the end you fight with yourself to overcome the limits that you encounter along the way." (oasport.it, 26 Apr 2019)
Famous relatives Her husband Marco Ciari has represented Italy in fencing, and won silver in team sabre at the 2009 World University Games in Belgrade, Serbia. (SportsDeskOnline, 21 Jun 2019; Instagram profile, 21 Jun 2019)
Ambitions To win a medal at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (oasport.it, 26 Apr 2019)
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