Personal Information

Family Husband Natalio

Occupation Artist, Athlete, Business Owner

Languages English, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish

Higher education Philosophy - Sorbonne University: Paris, FRA

World Cup2327
La Havane (CUBA), 2007-06-08Montréal (CANADA), 2009-05-29Tauberbischofsheim (GERMANY), 2009-03-07
Lobnya (RUSSIA), 2009-03-21Rome (ITALY), 2010-02-05Chengdu (CHINA), 2019-03-22
Suzhou (CHINA), 2017-11-10
World Championship1-12
Budapest (HUNGARY), 2019-07-15Paris (FRANCE), 2010-11-04
Zone Championships1-34
Santiago (CHILE), 2015-04-17Sheffield (GREAT BRITAIN), 2011-07-14
Montreal (CANADA), 2017-06-13
Toronto (CANADA), 2019-06-28
Grand Prix--22
Budapeste (HUNGARY), 2009-01-16
Doha (QATAR), 2009-01-24

Sport Specific Information

When and where did you begin this sport? She first tried the sport at age five at school in Milan, Italy. At age nine she began training at a local gym.

Why this sport? A local fencing club sent instructors to her school to give a demonstration.

Club / Team Esporte Clube Pinheiros: São Paulo, BRA

Handedness Left

General Interest

Hobbies Dancing, cooking, going to the cinema. (cob.org.br, 01 Aug 2016)

Hero / Idol Swiss tennis player Roger Federer. (cob.org.br, 01 Aug 2016)

Sporting philosophy / motto "I use my sword to touch this world." (Instagram profile, 13 May 2018)

Awards and honours She was named the 2017 Fencer of the Year by the Brazilian Olympic Committee. (cbesgrima.org.br, 23 Feb 2018)

Famous relatives Her husband Natalio Simionato is a famous chef. (donnaglamour.it, 05 Aug 2018)

Ambitions To compete at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (band.uol.com.br, 09 May 2017; Facebook page, 19 Mar 2018)

Other information FROM ITALY TO BRAZIL
Her mother is Brazilian and her father is Italian-German. Having represented Italy at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, she accepted an offer from the Brazilian Fencing Federation [GTP] in January 2014 to represent Brazil. (nathaliemoellhausen.com, 13 May 2015)

She combines fencing with modelling and has worked for Italian designer Alberta Ferretti. "Everything I do in fashion is related to fencing. My idea is to develop fencing as not just a sport, but as an artistic form, like fashion." (eurosport.co.uk, 07 Aug 2016)

In 2010 she was employed as the artistic director for the opening ceremony of the 2010 World Championships in Paris, France. She also competed at the event. Following the 2012 Olympic Games in London, she took a two-year break from fencing in order to focus on her career outside of sport. In 2013 she worked as the art director for the 100th Anniversary Gala of the International Fencing Federation [FIE] in Paris, France. In 2018 she returned as art director for the FIE's 105th Anniversary celebrations. (LinkedIn profile, 2016; nathaliemoellhausen.com, 13 May 2015; srzd.com, 28 Nov 2018; pianetascherma.com, 07 Dec 2018)


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