Gemma Galli

Full Name Gemma Galli
Nation Italy
Birthdate July 17, 1996
Olympics 2020
Status Retired (unconfirmed) – still active on the national circuit
Social Media Instagram

2020 Olympian… Has been on the senior national team since 2015… Four-time World medalist… 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 2015, 2017, 2019 and 2022 FINA World Championships, and at the 2016, 2018 and 2022 European Championships… Six-time European medalist.

2023: Did not compete internationally.

2022: Won silver in technical team, free team, free combination and highlight at the European Championships… Earned silver in highlight, bronze in technical team and free combination at the World Championships… Also placed fifth in free team there.

2021: Placed fifth in team at the Olympic Games… Won the Olympic Games Qualification Tournament in team and secured spot to Tokyo for the country.

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 technical team, free team, and free combination at that competition.

2018:  Earned one silver and two bronze medals at the European Championships in the combo and team events…Won bronze in technical team at the Budapest Open.

2017: Competed at the FINA World Championships where she placed fifth in technical and free team… Was alternate to the combo that placed fourth…Won two gold at the European Cup in technical and free team.

2016: Won bronze in combo at the European Championships… Served as alternate to the technical and free team routines.

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