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Sabrina Bulleri (7 January 1959 - 18 April 2000, Ghezzano) was an Italian Paralympic athlete. She won bronze medals at the 1984 Summer Paralympics, in the 4x400 meters, and 100 meters. She won gold medals at the 1988 Summer Paralympic Games in the 4x100 meters, 200 meters, and 100 meters. She won a bronze medal at the 4x200 meters.
Sabrina Bulleri started practicing sports in the ASHA company of Pisa, where she trained with Soriano Ceccanti, Mariella Bertini and Santo Mangano, all of whom became Paralympic champions.
She competed in category 3 (wheelchair athletes), emerging in speed races, where, at the Seoul Paralympics, she won three gold medals, in the 100, 200 meters, and in the 4 × 100 meters relay. She also won three bronze medals. After 1990, she left the competitive sport.
After a long illness, she died in April 2000 in Ghezzano.
In the Migliarino park, in San Rossore, Massaciuccoli , where she worked, an accessible path was dedicated to her, the Bulleri path
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