The Bucharest (Romania) stage of the women’s series ended with a best second place in the National 3×3 Open Women.
Yesterday the Azzurre closed the group in second place after a knockout with Canada and a win against Israel, and today Italy’s race was again interrupted by Canada in the final (21-10). Earlier D’Alie and his teammates pushed themselves against the highly-rated USA in the quarter-finals and then Germany in the semi-finals.
Italy: D’Alli 5, Carangelo 3, Madera 1, Barberis 1.
Italy: D’Alli 9, Carangelo, Madera 7, Barberis 2.
Italy: D’Alli 1, Carangelo 8, Madera 10, Barberis 2.
Italy: D’Alli 6, Carangelo 6, Madera 5, Barberis.
Italy: D’Alli 7, Carangelo 2, Madera 8, Barberis 3.
Beatrice Barberis (1995, 178, Secafredo Zanetti Bologna)
Deborah Carangelo (1992, 168, Rare Venezia Maestre)
Reline Marie D’Aly (1987, 160, Parking Graf Crema)
Sarah Madera (2000, 190, Rare Venice Maestre)
Coach: Agostino Origlio
Doctor: Roberto Barbieri
Physiotherapist: David Pecchio
Team Manager: Maria Cristina Curcio
The final stage
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