My dream is to become part of the top US universities in water polo.
I played for the Brazilian national team in the Madeira Island during the Youth World championship in September, 2019. I also played in Trinidad and Tobago for the Pan-American Games 18U, 2019.
I am 17 years old and a current Junior Student for Gulliver Preparatory Schools, Miami, Florida. I graduate in 2021.
In the US, I was part of the ODP last year and was considered by, the Miami Herald, one of the top players (I was the top scorer and had the most steals). I have played the JOs since my freshman year. Besides water polo, I went to the States championship for 50 m freestyle both in 2018 and 2019 . I was thrilled to have received the M.V.P last year after the wp season.
My strengths are speed at counter attacks, dribbling skills in offense and ability to read the game. I have a water polo blood line, from my hardworking family. My mother - Cristiana Pinciroli - was the captain of the Brazilian women water polo team for 15 years and played for 4 years professionally in Italy (Catania and Rome), my grandfather - Pedro Pinciroli Junior -, went to 3 Olympic Games in Japan, Mexico and Italy, being considered between the 7 best players in the world. My grandmother - Olga de Andrade Pinciroli - was recognized by Swimming Hall of Fame as one of the most influential people for women water polo and thanks to her efforts, women’s water polo became an Olympic sport in Sydney, Australia, 2000.