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Hot Pictures of Female Italian Runner Sara Galimberti

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Sara Galimberti Hot Pictures

Sara Galimberti on Twitter
Sara Galimberti on Twitter

You know how you can't help but stare at the incredibly fit female runner who bobs down the sidewalk when you're driving to work? Well, take that feeling and multiply it by 10 and you've got Italian runner Sara Galimberti. She can run like the wind and keep it up for days and she looks good in the process.

The 22-year-old sports the Italian colors quite well while posting solid times in races like the 800-meter run, the 1,500m, 5,000m, 10,000m and 5km. Put simply, you have to be in some kind of shape to run those races and Galimberti redefines the phrase.

Galimberti's beauty hasn't gone unnoticed in her home country; she was named Miss Lombardia in 2009 at just 18 years old and then competed in the Miss Italy pageant as well. Are you ready to see some pictures of her yet?

We've taken the liberty of collecting the hottest pictures of Galimberti and organizing them into a nice, neat little gallery for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy! And you're welcome.

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Sara Galimberti

Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
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Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
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Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
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Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
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Sara Galimberti on Instagram
Sara Galimberti on Instagram
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Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
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Sara Galimberti on Instagram
Sara Galimberti on Instagram
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Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
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Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
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Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
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Sara Galimberti on Instagram
Sara Galimberti on Instagram
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Sara Galimberti on Instagram
Sara Galimberti on Instagram
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Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
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Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
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Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
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Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
Sara Galimberti's Facebook Page
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Sara Galimberti on Instagram
Sara Galimberti on Instagram
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Sara Galimberti on Twitter
Sara Galimberti on Twitter
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Sara Galimberti on Facebook
Sara Galimberti on Facebook
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Sara Galimberti on Facebook
Sara Galimberti on Facebook
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Sara Galimberti on Facebook
Sara Galimberti on Facebook
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Sara Galimberti on Twitter
Sara Galimberti on Twitter
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Sara Galimberti on Twitter
Sara Galimberti on Twitter

AUS v IND | Semi-Finals | World Cup

A-League Rd 21 - Western Sydney v Melbourne
Photo by Matt King/Getty Images

AUS v IND | Semi-Finals | World Cup

A-League Rd 21 - Western Sydney v Melbourne
Photo by Matt King/Getty Images

Although India has historically struggled against Australia, captain Michael Clarke knows not to doubt the defending champs. He says he "expects to face a very different India in next week's World Cup semi-final from the team they hammered in a Test series and beat comfortably in a one-day international in January."

Australia earned the chance to face off against India after defeating Pakistan by six wickets at Adelaide Oval last Friday.

India with Confidence

World Cup Cricket India Australia Fish Eye Pitch
Photo courtesy of Indian National Team Facebook

India with Confidence

World Cup Cricket India Australia Fish Eye Pitch
Photo courtesy of Indian National Team Facebook

Not only has India won all seven of its World Cup matches, but they've done so with a dominating bowling attack. Simply put, India's playing with confidence.

"I think they're obviously playing a lot better than they were throughout the start of the summer," Clarke said about India. "I said that leading into the World Cup, that I thought India were going to be an extremely tough team to beat obviously because they're a very good team."

India's Key is Dhoni

Australian National Cricket Team World Cup
Photo courtesy of Australian National Team Facebook

India's Key is Dhoni

Australian National Cricket Team World Cup
Photo courtesy of Australian National Team Facebook

The biggest change from end of 2014 to now, said Clarke, is India's ability to stay cool, calm and composed. As Australia looks for its fifth title, India will have to make sure their emotions don't get out of hand early on.

"I think MS Dhoni deserves a lot of credit the way he's been able to turn things around as the leader, as the captain," Clarke added. They're playing some really good cricket, there's no doubt about it."