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Quick facts for kidsMartina Centofanti
|Full name||Martina Centofanti|
|Born||19 May 1998|
|Height||1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)|
|Weight||47 kg (104 lb)|
|Level||Senior international elite|
|Years on national team||2015-|
|Club||Ginnastica Fabriano ASD|
|Head coach(es)||Emanuela Maccarani|
Martina Centofanti (born 19 May 1998) is an Italian group rhythmic gymnast. A member of the national squad since 2015, Centofanti ascended to prominence on the international scene at the 2016 Summer Olympics, where she and fellow rhythmic gymnasts Sofia Lodi, Camilla Patriarca, Marta Pagnini, and Alessia Maurelli attained a total score of 35.549 on the combination of hoops, ribbons, and clubs for the fourth spot in the final, slipping her team off the podium by nearly two tenths of a point. She is the 2018 World Group All-around silver medalist and two-time European (2018, 2021) Group All-around silver medalist.
In 2013, she was a captain of junior national group, together with Letizia Cicconcelli, Cecilia Merriggiola, Maria Vilucchi, Aurora Peluzzi and Giulia Muscolino, coached by Julieta Cantaluppi and Kristina Ghiurova. They placed 6th in Group All-around and 5 Hoops final at the 2013 Junior European Championships in Vienna, Austria.
Detailed Olympic results
|2016||Olympics||Rio de Janeiro||All-around||4th||35.549||4th||35.349|
|Tu Si Na Cosa Grande, Tammurriata, Nessun Dorma
by Massimo Ranieri, Unknown, Luciano Pavarotti
|'Faust: VII. Danse de Phryne. Allegretto vivo
Herbert von Karajan
|6 Clubs / 2 Hoops||3rd||18.033||3rd||17.833|
by Maxime Rodriguez
|Tree of Life Suite
by R. Cacciapaglia, Royal Philarmonic Orchestra
|3 Hoops + 4 Clubs||3rd||42.850||4th||42.550|
She is a daughter of Italian former footballer Felice Centofanti.
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