|Full Name||Federica Sala|
|Birthdate||July 18, 1993|
|Status||Retired (Aug. 2022)|
On the senior national team in 2013, then again since 2017… Made history for Italy as part of the highlight routine that won silver at the 2019 FINA World Championships, the nation’s first-ever world medal in a team event… Competed at the 2017, 2019 and 2022 FINA World Championships… Two-time World medalist and three-time European silver medalist.
2022: Earned silver in highlight and bronze in free combination at the World Championships… Won silver in free combination and highlight at the European Championships… Served as reserve to the technical and free team routines all season… Also swam in solo and mixed duet in the World Series circuit.
2021: Selected as reserve to the Olympic team… Also named reserve to the technical and free team routines at the Olympic Games Qualification Tournament.
2020: Did not compete internationally due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the cancellation of all meets.
2019: Won silver in highlight at the FINA World Championships, Italy’s first world medal in a team event… Also placed fifth in free combination at that competition… Served as alternate to the technical and free team routine…Won bronze in mixed duet at the European Cup with Nicolo Ogliari.
2018: Earned one silver at the European Championships in the combo event…Was alternate for the technical and free team events…Won bronze in technical team at the Budapest Open.
2017: Competed at the FINA World Championships where she placed fourth in combo.