Pro Recco women won the gold medal at the European Masters Championships in Rome

Pro Recco women won the gold medal at the European Masters Championships in Rome

The Biancocelesti won all the matches in the competition: in their debut they beat today’s opponents Kerulet 6-5, then beat the Irish of Diamonds, the Czechs of Step Praha and the Germans of Essen.

She won the women’s pro reco gold at the European Masters Championship in Rome. In the over-30 category, the girls coached by Mr. Tsongoli beat Hungarians Kerulete 6-2 in the final. The Biancocelesti are led by Simona Abbat, who scored four times in the first two halves in a 5-1 rout. Just Abbate and Giulia Rambaldi are one of two athletes in pink who participated in the Pro Recco winners of the Scudetto, EuroLeague and European Super Cup ten years ago. International stars like Spain’s Blanca Gil Sorli and Hungary’s Merci Stieber also shined in the master list.

“For a galactic team, it wasn’t easy to find the alchemy to bring together so many first ladies, instead we were always united, having fun, but with a crazy desire to reach the common goal: victory – says captain Eliana Acampora -. It was great to win the gold medal in front of our spectators in a full pool, as you rarely see in Serie A1 matches. That’s the thing. We had a stratospheric Abbate today, maybe the Europeans he had to play with were from Split – jokes number eight -. These days we’ve tried with our coach and we’re perfect in defense, putting it into the water. The Pro Reco brand helped us and created a lot of enthusiasm, and we went through this fantastic group and went to the World Cup. I want to win the title next year in Fukuoka.”

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The Biancocelesti won all the matches in the competition: in their debut they beat today’s opponents Kerulet 6-5, then beat the Irish of Diamonds, the Czechs of Step Praha and the Germans of Essen.

1 Lisa Riccardi – Goalkeeper, Italy

3 Marina Aranha Sablith – Brazil / Spain

4 Eugenie Pirat – Francia

5 Merci Stieber – Hungary

7 Alessandra Battaglia – Italy

8 Eliana Acampora – Capitano, Italy

9 Blanca Gil Sorley – Spain

10 Giulia Rambaldi – Italy

11 Gloria Giacchi – Italy

12 Roberta Anastasio – Italy

13 Federica Ignacolo – Goalkeeper, Italy

14 Nicole Czarnowski – Germania

15 Giulia Carotenuto – Italy

Coach: Francesco Zongoli

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