Elisabetta Perrone

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Elisa Rigaudo
Personal information
Born (1968-07-09) July 9, 1968 (age 48)
Camburzano, Italy
Height 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Weight 56 kg (123 lb)
Sport
Country Italy Italy
Sport Athletics
Event(s) Racewalking
Club G.S. Forestale
Achievements and titles
Personal best(s)
  • 10 km: 41:56 (1993)
  • 20 km: 1:27:09 (2001)

Elisabetta Perrone (born July 9, 1968 in Camburzano, Biella) is a retired female race walker from Italy.

Biography[edit]

Elisabetta Perrone won six medals, at individual level, at the International athletics competitions.[1] She participated at four editions of the Summer Olympics (1992, 1996, 2000, 2004), she has 39 caps in sixteen years in national team from 1981 to 2004.[2]

Achievements[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Italy
1992 Olympic Games Barcelona, Spain 19th 10 km 46:43
1993 World Race Walking Cup Monterrey, Mexico 10th 10 km 46:49
World Championships Stuttgart, Germany 4th 10 km 43:26
1994 European Championships Helsinki, Finland 7th 10 km 43:47
1995 World Race Walking Cup Beijing, PR China 6th 10 km 43:13
World Championships Gothenburg, Sweden 2nd 10 km 42:16
1996 Olympic Games Atlanta, United States 2nd 10 km 42:12
1997 World Championships Athens, Greece 10th 10,000 m 45:16.64
Mediterranean Games Bari, Italy 1st 10 km 44:40
1998 European Championships Budapest, Hungary 11th 10 km 44:04
1999 World Championships Seville, Spain 21st 20 km 1:36:24
2000 European Race Walking Cup Eisenhüttenstadt, Germany 2nd 20 km 1:27:42
Olympic Games Sydney, Australia 20 km DSQ
2001 European Race Walking Cup Dudince, Slovakia 3rd 20 km 1:27:09
Mediterranean Games Tunis, Tunisia 2nd 20 km 1:36:47
World Championships Edmonton, Canada 3rd 20 km 1:28:56
2002 European Championships Munich, Germany 6th 20 km 1:30:25
2003 European Race Walking Cup Cheboksary, Russia 2nd 20 km 1:27:58
World Championships Paris, France 20 km DNF
2004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece 18th 20 km 1:32:21

National championships[edit]

She won 5 times the individual national championship.[3][4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PODIO INTERNAZIONALE DAL 1908 AL 2008 - DONNE" (PDF). sportolimpico.it. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  2. ^ Annuario dell'Atletica 2009. FIDAL. 2009. 
  3. ^ ""CAMPIONATI "ASSOLUTI" ITALIANE SUL PODIO TRICOLORE – 1923 2012" (PDF). sportolimpico.it. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  4. ^ "ITALIAN INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS". gbrathletics.com. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 

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