Leda Abati

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Leda Abati biathlon
Association ItalyItaly Italy
birthday January 12, 1975
Debut in the European Cup / IBU Cup 2000 (?)
status resigned
End of career 2004 (?)
World Cup balance

Leda Abati (born January 12, 1975 ) is an Italian biathlete .

Leda Abati made her international debut in the 2000/01 season in the European Biathlon Cup . In the last race of the season, with Celine Drezet , Dijana Grudiček and Caroline Kilchenmann , she achieved a first podium finish in an international relay with second place. The 2001 European Biathlon Championships in Haute-Maurienne were the highlight of the season. Abati finished 40th in the individual, 44th in the sprint and 34th in the pursuit. Also at the EM 2002 in Kontiolahti she started in the three competitions and came in 38th in the individual, 29th in the sprint and 34th in the pursuit race. The 2002/03 season was the Italian's most successful. In Méribel she finished behind Anne-Laure Mignerey in an individual with second place, her best result in the European Cup. In the overall standings she was third behind Ann Helen Grande and Teja Gregorin . Abati's third European championships were the highlight of the season. She came 25th in the individual, was 40th in the sprint, 32nd in the pursuit and with Siegrid Pallhuber Romina Demetz and Katja Haller as the final runners in the eighth season.

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