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Costanza DI CAMILLO
Sport Artistic Swimming
NOC Italy   
GenderWomen
Born23 Jan 1995 in Rome, ITA
Height1.77 m
 Human Interest 
Further Personal Information
Occupation
Armed Forces Athlete
Languages
Italian
Sport Specific Information
When and where did you begin this sport?
She began swimming at age three and took up artistic swimming at age nine.
Why this sport?
"I began swimming at age three and shortly after I became passionate about ballet. Every day I went from the pool to the dance academy and my parents didn't want to do that anymore. So, one day my mother took me to a synchronised swimming training session and I fell in love at first sight. That's how I managed to combine my two passions in life."
Club / Team
Rari Nantes Savona [ITA] / GS Marina Militare [ITA]:
Name of coach
Patrizia Giallombardo [national], ITA
General Interest
Hobbies
Spending time at the beach, reading, watching films. (Instagram profile, 15 Jun 2021; snapitaly.it, 07 Jul 2017)
Hero / Idol
Russian artistic swimmer Anastasia Ermakova. (oasport.it, 30 Jun 2015)
Sporting philosophy / motto
"In the water I still feel like I am a child, free and capable of truly expressing myself." (snapitaly.it, 07 Jul 2017)
Awards and honours
She received an acknowledgement from the Liguria regional council and the municipal council of Genoa in Italy in recognition of her performance at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. She also received a similar honour from the municipal council of Savona. (liguriaoggi.it, 14 Sep 2021; savonanews.it, 13 Dec 2021)

She received an acknowledgement from the council of the Liguria region in Italy in recognition of her performance at the 2019 World Championships in Gwangju, Republic of Korea. (riviera24.it, 04 Sep 2019)
Milestones
She was a member of the first Italian artistic swimming team to win a medal in a team event at the world championships, following their silver medal in the highlight routine at the 2019 edition in Gwangju, Republic of Korea. (SportsDeskOnline, 10 Nov 2020; insidesynchro.org, 01 May 2020)
Other information
FUTURE PLANS
She aspires to work in interior design. "It would be nice to have the chance to continue inside the sporting world [after her competitive career]. But my dream is design and one day I would like to work in this field, maybe as an interior designer or in scenography for events." (snapitaly.it, 07 Jul 2017)

 Competition Highlights
Olympic Games
Rank Year Venue Event Result
5 2021 Tokyo, JPN Team  
World Championships
Rank Year Venue Event Result
3 2022 Budapest, HUN Team Technical Routine 91.019
3 2022 Budapest, HUN Free Routine Combination 92.033
2 2022 Budapest, HUN Team Highlight 92.266
5 2022 Budapest, HUN Team Free Routine  
2 2019 Gwangju, KOR Team Highlights 91.733 
5 2019 Gwangju, KOR Free Routine Combination 91.466
5 2019 Gwangju, KOR Team Technical Routine  
5 2019 Gwangju, KOR Team Free Routine  
4 2017 Budapest, HUN Free Routine Combination 91.666
European Championships
Rank Year Venue Event Result
2 2022 Rome, ITA Free Routine Combination 92.666
2 2022 Rome, ITA Team Technical Routine 90.337
2 2022 Rome, ITA Team Highlight 91.700
2 2018 Glasgow, SCO Free Routine Combination 92.600
3 2018 Glasgow, SCO Team Technical Routine 90.355
3 2018 Glasgow, SCO Team Free Routine 92.233
2 2016 London, ENG Team Free Routine 91.233