Noemi Batki is a Hungarian-born Italian diver. She is a member of the Italian National Diving Team. She was born in Budapest, Hungary, and at the age of 3 she moved to Belluno, Italy, with her mother, Ibolya Nagy, a Hungarian platform diver who took part in the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona.
She won her first medal aged 16 at the Junior European Championships in Aachen, Germany, where she won the silver medal in the 3 metres springboard synchro competition, together with her teammate Francesca Dallapè, and won the bronze medal in the platform event.
She has won One Gold, Four Silver and Three Bronze Medals in European Championships from 2011 to 2017 in the 10m platform diving event.
Women Fitness President Ms. Namita Nayyar did a candid interview with Noemi Batki, an exceptionally talented gold medalist European Championship Diver where she talks about her workout, diet, hair & skincare, and her success story.
You are 3XOlympic diver and 9XEuropean medallist. Walk us through your spectacular journey and tell us how it all began?
It’s all my mum’s “fault”, she was a diver as well and she transmitted to me her passion. I watched her dive in the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona and then day after day I followed her to the pool when she began a coach and I fell in love with this sport more and more.
You were all set to hit the Tokyo Olympics this year, but since the year has been shifted, how do you plan to go by it now?
Of course that I’m going. I look forward to it, I’m super excited! I already have my pass, I qualified during the past world championships, so I can focus on the preparation from now on. I’d like also to qualify myself in the synchro event with my partner Chiara Pellacani, so this extra year feels good to me.
Introduce us to a day in your life. Do share your home-work & challenges before setting out for a dive?
I wake up at7 and I have breakfast. I train from 8:30 to 11:30 and I have lunch at 12:30. Then I take a nap until my second training, from 15:30 to 18. Then I go back to my room to study or to read a book. I have dinner around 20 and then I love to watch TV series. I fell asleep around 23. I like this routine even if it’s very exhausting, that’s why I love weekends when I can wake up without alarm, and take some time off to do what I want without planning anything.
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