Languages French, German, Italian
License number 20061989001
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When and where did you begin this sport? She began fencing at age six with her brother. She entered her first competition in 2009.
Why this sport? Her parents took her to a local fencing club in Udine, Italy.
Club / Team GS Fiamme Oro: Italy
Nicknames Lola (baku2015.com, 26 Jun 2015)
Most influential person in career Coach Benoit Janvier. (actu.fr, 30 May 2021)
Hero / Idol Italian fencers Giovanna Trillini and Valentina Vezzali. (tremilasport.com, 30 Oct 2009)
Injuries She underwent elbow surgery in August 2018. (pianetascherma.com, 03 Aug 2018)
She tore her right hamstring in 2009. (tremilasport.com, 30 Oct 2009)
Other information TRAINING IN FRANCE
She moved to France to train with Daniel Levavasseur in around 2017, before joining the Paris University Club. In 2020 she joined Benoit Janvier's training academy in Saint-Gratien. "Training in France has changed me a lot. I feel better both technically and physically, and I have more confidence in myself. Since I started fencing in Udine [Italy] I have always practised the French style. When I went to a club in Milan [Italy], I had a hard time adapting to Italian fencing. When I saw the opportunity to refine my technique in France itself, I did not think twice." (actu.fr, 30 May 2021, 19 Mar 2020; Federazione Italiana Scherma, 28 May 2021)
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