Here are the numbers behind the talented Italian, who won 100m and long jump T42 at the London 2017 World Championships…
13 major championship medals won – including two Paralympic, five world and two European golds. Caironi’s first major event was the Paralympic Games in 2012, five years after losing her leg in a motorcycle accident.
4.72m – The long jump personal best set by Caironi at the London 2017 World Championships, where she won gold nearly one metre clear of the field.
1 – number of music videos made – Caironi features in the newly released video called ‘Change’ by Italian reggae group Earth Beat Movement. Watch it here!
8 – The number of times Caironi broke the 100m T42 world record (officially ratified by the IPC). Caironi now competes in the T63 class.
5 - The number of languages Caironi speaks – including Italian, English, Mandarin, Portuguese and Spanish. She studied linguistics at University in Bologna.
14.61 seconds – Caironi’s world record mark over 100m, set at the Doha 2015 World Championships.
2010 – The year she took up Para athletics.
3 – the number of alarm clocks the 28-year-old has been known to set in the morning to wake up!