Career highlights: 1st at 2011 FPA Worlds in Mixed. 2007 1st at Italian Open and EFC in Mixed; 1st at FPAW in Women and 3rd in Mixed / 2006 1st place at EFC in Mixed division & 6th place in Co-op division / 2006 1st place at FPAW in Mixed division / 3rd place at FPAW i
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Media exposure: 2007: RAI3 and La Stampa and many local TV and newspapers. Kolnische Rundaschau (aug. 2006), Il Piccolo (aug. 2006), Tribuna Novarese (sept. 2006), Novaraoggi (sept. 2006), La stampa (sept. 2006), La Prealpina (sept. 2006)
Appearances: Upside town, Padova 21st may 2006. Different shows put up by the association "Expression" (Trieste)
Mentor(s): John Titcomb, Steve Hays, Larry Imperiale, Fabio Sanna, Clay Collerý, Dave Lewis, Arthur Coddington
Started playing: 2004
How I started playing: I started playing when I began to go to tournaments with Fabio; I can say I fell in love with frisbee community and that's the reason why I wanted to learn Frisbee Freestyle tricks.
Favorite move: Body Roll, Pulls, Crank against the spin
Other fun: Travels, photography, foreign languages
Partners past & present: Fabio Sanna, Davide Sanna, Marco Sanna, Mauro Mercuri, Thomas Gereben, Silvia Caruso, Johannes Petz, Andrea Rimatori, Cristina Niccolardi, Markus Goetz, Lori Daniels, Dominik Weber, Alexander Alexandrov, Nico Bernold
I got to know freestyle frisbee in summer 2003 when Fabio started playing. At the beginning, I wasn't really enthousiastic about it because I've never been a sporty type and Fabio kept on practicing all day long (it's not a metaphore, it's the truth). By the way, in September we went to FPAW in Rimini and, as I wasn't playing, I became the unofficial camerawoman of the event. At FPAW, I started understanding what the community was like and something began to change. In spring 2004, Steve Hays and John Titcomb came to Trieste: that was the time when I started playing and my first delay was celebrated with great enthousiasm and a bottle of beer each. This enthousiasm was so strong that I started playing more seriously even if I didn't have much time to practice.
In September 2004, I participated in my first tournament (EFC) in intermediate division and in December I just jumped into the pro division at Rome Hat tournament; this event marked my freestyle frisbee path. At the train station I couldn't stop crying: I didn't want to leave, for the first time I strongly felt the community spirit. Now, every time a tournament finishes and I have to greet everybody, I feel a bit sad because I know the people I'm leaving, probaly for a long time, belong to a special community: freestle frisbee community.
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