Family Partner Enrico Garozzo
Residence Milan, ITA
Occupation Athlete, Personal Trainer
Languages English, Estonian, Italian, Russian
Higher education Social and Behavioral Science - Tallinn University of Technology: Estonia
License number 22061992002
|Legnano (ITALY), 2016-05-20||Buenos Aires (ARGENTINA), 2015-02-13||St-Maur (FRANCE), 2012-03-23|
|Rio de Janeiro (BRAZIL), 2017-05-05|
|Kazan (RUSSIA), 2014-07-17|
|Doha (QATAR), 2014-12-06||Budapest (HUNGARY), 2012-02-25|
|Doha (QATAR), 2020-01-24|
|Baku (AZERBAIJAN), 2015-06-23|
|Turku (FINLAND), 2011-10-23||Stockholm (SWEDEN), 2012-01-22||Oslo (NORWAY), 2011-11-27|
|Stockholm (SWEDEN), 2019-09-22||Turku (FINLAND), 2013-10-13|
|Turku (FINLAND), 2019-09-28|
When and where did you begin this sport? She took up the sport at age seven, and began competing in 2004.
Club / Team Tartu Kalev: Estonia
Name of coach Angelo Mazzoni [personal], ITA; Angelo Confalonieri [personal], ITA
Training Regime She trains at the Milano Scherma club in Italy.
Sporting philosophy / motto "Out of difficulties grow miracles." (Facebook page, 13 Jun 2018)
Awards and honours She was part of Estonia's Team of the Year for 2013, 2014 and 2017. (Facebook page, 18 Jun 2018; laanlane.ee, 27 Dec 2017)
She was named the 2014 Best Female Athlete in Estonia. (Facebook page, 18 Jun 2018)
Famous relatives Her partner Enrico Garozzo has represented Italy in fencing. He was part of the men's epee squad that won team silver at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Her late father Viktor represented Estonia in fencing and served as head coach of the Estonian fencing team. Her mother Irina Satanenko is a fencing coach at the Tartu Kalev club in Estonia. (sport.ohtuleht.ee, 11 Oct 2018; sport.delfi.ee, 27 Jun 2018; SportsDeskOnline, 15 Jun 2017; tartupostimees.ee, 20 Apr 2012)
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