|Full Name||Manila Flamini|
|Birthdate||September 18, 1987|
|Status||Retired (Jul. ’19)|
2016 Olympian….2017 world champion in the technical mixed duet…Two-time world silver medalist in the technical and free mixed duets in 2019… 2015 world bronze medalist in the technical mixed duet…Has been on the senior national team since 2005…Competed at eight world championships (2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019) and eight European Championships…Has earned a total of 13 European medals overall… Announced her retirement at the 2019 FINA World Championships… Retired as one of Italy’s most decorated swimmer.
2019: Solely focused on the mixed duet events… Won two silver medals at the 2019 FINA World Championships alongside Giorgio Minisini… Competed in the free mixed duet event throughout the FINA World Series all year (Alexandroupoli, Tokyo, Beijing, Barcelona) and at the Super Final in Budapest…. Retired after the world championships.
2018: Solely focused on the mixed duet events… Earned two silver medals with Giorgio Minisini at the European Championships in technical and free mixed duet…Competed extensively in these events in the FINA World Series Circuit throughout the season.
2017: Made history for Italy as she and Giorgio Minisini became the nation’s first ever world champions in the technical mixed duet…Also placed fourth in combo and fifth in technical team…Won gold at the European Cup in technical mixed duet and free team.
2016: Placed fifth at the Olympic Games in team…Won silver in technical mixed duet and free team; and bronze in combo and technical team at the European Championships.