|Competitor for Italy|
|European Aquatics Championships|
|2010 Budapest||10 m platform|
|2012 Eindhoven||10 m platform|
|2014 Berlin||10 m platform|
She won her first medal aged 16 at the Juniores European Championships in Aachen, Germany, where she won the silver medal in the 3 metres springboard synchro competition, together with her mate Francesca Dallapè, and won the bronze medal in the platform event.
In spring 2005 Batki moved to Trieste. In July 2005 she took part to the FINA World Championships in Montreal, Canada, where, at her first world experience, she placed fifth in the 3 metres springboard synchro competition together with good results in the 1 meter and 3 meters springboard race. In the same year in Electrostal, Russia, she won her third juniors medal, a silver, in the 3 metres competition.
In 2006 she took part at European Championships in Budapest, her hometown, where she placed 6th in the 3 metres synchro, and in the same year she won a silver medal at Arena Diving Champions Cup in Stockholm.
In 2007 she won a bronze medal at Arena Diving Champions Cup in the 3 metres synchro race and won the gold medal in the same event at the Italian Indoor Championships. She also took part to FINA World Championships in Melbourne, Australia, where she got good results such as the 11th place in 1 meter race and 9th place in 3 metres synchro race.
In February 2008 Batki qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics, a by placing 5th in the 3 metres synchro competition, together with her mate Francesca Dallapè, at the FINA World Cup in Beijing. At the Olympics Batki and Dallapé placed 6th.
In August 2010 she won the silver medal at European Championships in Budapest, Hungary, in the 10 metres platform race, scoring 343,80, 11 points less than the gold medallist Christin Steuer, from Germany.
In March 2011 Batki won her first gold medal in a European Championship, at 2nd Arena European Diving Championships in Turin, reaching the 1st place in the platform race and scoring 346,35 points, her new personal record. By this result, she also got the qualification for the 2012 Summer Olympics, which will take in part in London next summer.
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