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Diletta Giampiccolo
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Diletta had a very successful career as a wrestler. She won a silver medal at the 2001 World Championships, earned 3 bronze medals at the European Championships, was a 2 time Mediterranean Games gold medalist, and competed in the 2004 Athens Olympic Games. After her wrestling career, she began coaching with Hungarian Women’s National Team. She started in 2006 and coached seniors, U20, and U17 wrestlers. Diletta is currently the head coach of the U20 sector and the head coach of the National Wrestling Academy. She has a degree is Sport Sciences from the University of Padova and has achieved the 4th CONI Level at the CONI Sports School. She also completed the High-Performance Coach Programme for the Women Sport Leadership Academy.

Bronze Medal
European Championships1998,1999
Silver Medal
World Championships2001
Gold Medal
Mediterranean Games2001
Wrestler
Athens Olympic Games2004
Bronze Medal
European Championships2005
Gold Medal
Mediterranean Games2005
Coach
Hungarian National Women’s Team2006