Rossella Giordano

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Rossella Giordano
Personal information
Born (1972-12-01) December 1, 1972 (age 44)
Asti, Italy
Height 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Weight 51 kg (112 lb)
Sport
Country Italy Italy
Sport Athletics
Event(s) Racewalking
Club G.S. Fiamme Azzurre
Coached by Sandro Damilano
Achievements and titles
Personal best(s)
  • 10 km: 41:38 (1997)
  • 10 km: 1:29:12 (1997)

Rossella Giordano (born 1 December 1972 in Asti) is an Italian race walker.

Biography[edit]

Rossella Giordano won four silver medals, to senior level, at the International athletics competitions.[1] She participated at two editions of the Summer Olympics (1996 and 2004), she has 25 caps in national team from 1996 to 2008.[2]

National record[edit]

  • 20000 metres walk (track): 1:30:48 (Portugal Almada, 4 August 2000)

Achievements[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Italy
1990 World Junior Championships Plovdiv, Bulgaria 18th 5000m 23:53.80
1995 World Race Walking Cup Beijing, PR China 7th 10 km 43:44
World Student Games Fukuoka, Japan 2nd 10 km 43:30
World Championships Gothenburg, Sweden 6th 10 km 42:26
1996 European Race Walking Cup A Coruña, Spain 2nd 10 km 43:27
Olympic Games Atlanta, United States 5th 10 km 42:43
1997 World Race Walking Cup Podebrady, Czech Republic 5th 10 km 42:37
World Student Games Catania, Italy 2nd 10 km 44:31
1999 World Championships Seville, Spain 27th 20 km 1:38:06
World Student Games Palma de Mallorca, Spain 2nd 10 km 44:39
2002 World Race Walking Cup Turin, Italy 9th 20 km 1:31:10
2003 World Championships Paris, France 6th 20 km 1:29:14
2004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece 11th 20 km 1:30:39
2006 European Championships Gothenburg, Sweden 18th 20 km 1:33:56

National championships[edit]

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

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PODIO INTERNAZIONALE DAL 1908 AL 2008 - DONNE" (PDF). sportolimpico.it. Retrieved 25 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. 

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