Italy national athletics team

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Ugo Frigerio, four medals (three gold), at the Olympic Games. Ugo Frigerio.jpg
Ugo Frigerio, four medals (three gold), at the Olympic Games.

The Italy national athletics team represents Italy at the international athletics competitions such as Olympic Games or world athletics championships.

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Medal count

When there is Green check.svg is update to 26 April 2021. [1]

EventEditions1st editionLast editionMenWomenTotalNotes
Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Tot. Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Tot. Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Tot.
Olympic Games Green check.svg27 1896 2016 16822463741419152660 details
World Championships Green check.svg16 1983 2019 8992637102011161744 details
European Championships Green check.svg24 1934 2018 34352594892340424448134 details
World Indoor Championships Green check.svg17 1985 2018 438152349661224 details [2] [3]
European Indoor Championships Green check.svg38 1966 2021 2125226813121136343733104 details [4]
World Cup 13 1977 2018 15713041519818 details
European Cup 36 [5] 1965 2017 52637418981537606078111249 details
Mediterranean Games 18 1951 2018 1148574274606946173174154120448 details
Universiade 29 1959 2017 34304510913161140474557149 details
Military World Games 6 1995 2015 15138262661417191440 details

Caps

Updated at the 2013 Mediterranean Games (29 June 2013).

  Still active

Men

Vittorio Visini, with 67 caps, is the Italian athlete with most appearances in national team of all-time. [6] [7]

AthleteEventBornPeriodCaps
World Ch. Olympics European Ch. Tot.
1 Vittorio Visini Racewalking 19451965–19813567
2 Alessandro Andrei Shot put 19591981–199542263
3 Maurizio Damilano Racewalking 19571977–199134460
Nicola Vizzoni Hammer throw 19731995–2013945
5 Giovanni Evangelisti Long jump 19611980–199433459
Marco Montelatici Shot put 19531972–198612
7 Paolo Dal Soglio Shot put 19701992–201252258
8 Dario Badinelli Triple jump 19601981–199311256
9 Pietro Mennea Sprint 1952-20131969–198815452
Sergio Liani 110 metres hurdles 19431965–197924
Silvano Simeon Discus throw 1945–20101966–198224
12 Stefano Tilli Sprint 19621983–200054451
13 Adolfo Consolini Discus throw 1917–19691938–19604550
14 Armando De Vincentiis Discus throw 19431969–19832348
Pierfrancesco Pavoni Sprint 19631980–199022251
16 Silvano Meconi Discus throw 19311955–19693247
Renato Dionisi Pole vault 19471964–197822
18 Giuseppe Cindolo Middle distance running 19451965–19764546
19 Fabrizio Donato Triple jump 19762000-45646
20 Sergio Bello 400 metres 19421961–19723445
21 Giampaolo Urlando Hammer throw 19451965–198413244
22 Abdon Pamich Racewalking 19331954–19735643
Roberto Ribaud 400 metres 19611983–1987212
24 Daniele Fontecchio 110 metres hurdles 19601980–198611242
Carlo Lievore Javelin Throw 19371956–197123
Stefano Mei Middle distance running 19631981–1994222
Giovanni De Benedictis Racewalking 19681987–2004654
28 Livio Berruti Sprint 19391957–19684341
Carlo Mattioli Racewalking 19541978–1991222
Marco Martino Discus throw 19681983–1993213
Gennaro Di Napoli Middle distance running 19681988–2002434
32 Alessandro Lambruschini 3000 metres steeplechase 19511985–199843440
33 Giuseppe Buttari 110 metres hurdles 19511971–19802239
Diego Fortuna Discus throw 19681995–2005421
Sandro Bellucci Racewalking 19551974–1991324
Ennio Preatoni Sprint 19441963–197233

Women

Marisa Masullo (79) and Agnese Maffeis (73) are the Italian women with more appearances. [8] [9]

AthleteEventBornPeriodCaps
World Ch. Olympics European Ch. Tot.
1 Marisa Masullo Sprint 19591977–199333479
2 Agnese Maffeis Shot put and Discus throw 19651985–200323473
3 Sara Simeoni High jump 19531970–19864567
Erica Rossi 400 metres 19551974–1989222
5 Gabriella Dorio 800 m and 1500 m 19571973–199132365
6 Agnese Possamai Middle distance running 19531977–198860
7 Antonella Capriotti Long and Triple jump 19621980–19973255
8 Chiara Rosa Shot put 19832004-202152552
9 Daniela Ferrian Sprint 19611982–199321151
10 Donata Govoni Sprint 19441961–1975-2449

Multiple medalists

In the table athletes that won at least two gold medals. In bold still active.

#Athlete Olympics World Ch. World Indoor Ch. European Ch. European Indoor Ch. Total
Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Medals icon.svg
1 Sara Simeoni 120---10240062210
2 Pietro Mennea 10201100032110053412
3 Eddy Ottoz 001---2003005016
4 Fiona May 02021110001110044210
5 Maurizio Damilano 1022000100101104329
6 Annarita Sidoti 0001000002101014116
7 Adolfo Consolini 1100003000004105
8 Alberto Cova 1001000001100003205
9 Agnese Possamai 0000000100003103205
10 Abdon Pamich 101---210---3115
11 Gennaro Di Napoli 0000002000101003104
12 Stefano Baldini 1000020002000003026
13 Ugo Frigerio 301------3016
14 Gelindo Bordin 1000010002000003016
15 Gianmarco Tamberi 0000001001001003003
16 Romeo Neri 3100110000000003216
17 Fabrizio Donato 0010000001001202215
18 Francesco Panetta 0001100001100002204
19 Andrew Howe 0000100011001002114
20 Salvatore Antibo 0100000002010002114
21 Stefano Tilli 0000100000012002114
22 Luigi Beccali 101---101---2024
23 Gabriella Dorio 1000000000011002013
24 Libania Grenot 0000000002010002013
25 Ivano Brugnetti 1001000000000002002
26 Pino Dordoni 100000---100---2002

Most winning racewalkers

#Athlete Olympics World Ch. World Ind. Ch. Eur. Ch. Eur. Ind. Ch. World Cup Eur. Cup Total
Gold medal icon.svgSilver medal icon.svgBronze medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgSilver medal icon.svgBronze medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgSilver medal icon.svgBronze medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgSilver medal icon.svgBronze medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgSilver medal icon.svgBronze medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgSilver medal icon.svgBronze medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgSilver medal icon.svgBronze medal icon.svgGold medal icon.svgSilver medal icon.svgBronze medal icon.svg
1 Annarita Sidoti 000100000210101131320862
2 Maurizio Damilano 102200010010110242---674
3 Elisabetta Perrone 0100110000000001403414102
4 Erica Alfridi 000000000011000221220452
5 Marco De Luca 000000000000000211223434
6 Abdon Pamich 101---210---103---414
7 Ivano Brugnetti 100100000000000001130331
8 Matteo Giupponi 000000000000000200120320
9 Ugo Frigerio 301------------301
10 Rossella Giordano 000000000000000030220250
11 Eleonora Giorgi 000001000000000010231242
12 Sandro Bellucci 001000000000000233---234
13 Giorgio Rubino 000001000000000010220232
14 Carlo Mattioli 000000000000001231---232
15 Antonella Palmisano 000001000001000010211223
16 Pino Dordoni 100000---100---001---201
17 Ileana Salvador 000010003001030122---166
18 Elisa Rigaudo 001010000001030010122144

Where is - he/she never participated because the competition did not exist when he/she was competing. In blod still active athletes.

Italian podiums in the Diamond League

Italian team have reached 28 podiums, including 6 victories in the Diamond League. [10]

Gianmarco Tamberi was the first Italian to win the Diamond League Crown in 2021. [11]

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Gianmarco Tamberi last victory for the team in 2016.
Elena Vallortigara Paris 2018 06 30.jpg
Elena Vallortigara 4th in high jump final standings in 2018.
  Women results
  Finals
  Diamond League Crown winner
EditionMeeting Gold medal.svg Gold Silver medal.svg Silver Bronze medal.svg Bronze
2010 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Memorial Van Damme Antonietta Di Martino
(high jump, 1.98 m)
2012 Civil Ensign of Switzerland.svg Weltklasse Zürich Fabrizio Donato
(triple jump, 17.29 m)
2013 Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Shanghai Golden Grand Prix Yadisleidy Pedroso
(400 m hs, 54.54)
Flag of Italy.svg Golden Gala Daniele Greco
(triple jump, 17.04 m)
Flag of Monaco.svg Herculis Daniele Greco
(triple jump, 17.25 m)
2015 Flag of Norway.svg Bislett Games Marco Fassinotti
(high jump, 2.33 m NR)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg London Grand Prix Marco Fassinotti
(high jump, 2.31 m)
Gianmarco Tamberi
(high jump, 2.28 m)
Flag of Sweden.svg Stockholm Bauhaus Athletics Gianmarco Tamberi
(high jump, 2.29 m)
2016 Flag of Qatar.svg Doha Diamond League Marco Fassinotti
(high jump, 2.29 m)
Flag of the United States.svg Prefontaine Classic Alessia Trost
(high jump, 1.92 m SB)
Flag of Italy.svg Golden Gala Gianmarco Tamberi
(high jump, 2.30 m SB)
Flag of Sweden.svg Stockholm Bauhaus Athletics Alessia Trost
(high jump, 1.90 m)
Libania Grenot
(400 m, 52.62)
Flag of Monaco.svg Herculis Gianmarco Tamberi
(high jump, 2.39 m NR)
Flag of France.svg Meeting de Paris Alessia Trost
(high jump, 1.93 m SB)
2017 Flag of Morocco.svg Meeting de Rabat Gianmarco Tamberi
(high jump, 2.27 m)
2018 Flag of Italy.svg Golden Gala Filippo Tortu
(100 m, 10.04)
Elena Vallortigara
(high jump, 1.94 m)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg London Grand Prix Elena Vallortigara
(high jump, 2.02 m PB)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Memorial Van Damme Gianmarco Tamberi
(high jump, 2.31 m)
Yadisleidy Pedroso
(400 m hs, 56.12)
2020 Flag of Sweden.svg BAUHAUS-galan Luminosa Bogliolo
(100 m ha, 12.88)
2021 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Gateshead Filippo Randazzo
(Long jump, 8.11 m (w))
Luminosa Bogliolo
(100 m ha, 13.45)
Flag of Sweden.svg BAUHAUS-galan Marcell Jacobs
(100 m, 10.05)
Flag of Monaco.svg Herculis Marcell Jacobs
(100 m, 9.99)
Civil Ensign of Switzerland.svg Weltklasse Zürich Gianmarco Tamberi
(high jump, 2,34 m)

Olympic Games

  Women's medals

19 of the 60 medals come from race walk. [12]

Edition Gold medal.svg Gold Silver medal.svg Silver Bronze medal.svg BronzeTotal
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg London 1908 800 metres
Emilio Lunghi
1
Flag of Sweden.svg Stockholm 1912 10 km walk
Fernando Altimani
1
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Antwerp 1920 3 km walk
Ugo Frigerio
4
10 km walk
Ugo Frigerio
3000 metres steeplechase
Ernesto Ambrosini
Marathon
Valerio Arri
Flag of France.svg Paris 1924 3 km walk
Ugo Frigerio
2
Marathon
Romeo Bertini
Flag of the United States.svg Los Angeles 1932 1500 metres
Luigi Beccali
3
4X100 metres relay
Giuseppe Castelli
Gabriele Salviati
Ruggero Maregatti
Edgardo Toetti
50 km walk
Ugo Frigerio
Flag of Germany (1935-1945).svg Berlin 1936 800 metres
Mario Lanzi
5
1500 metres
Luigi Beccali
4X100 metres relay
Orazio Mariani
Gianni Caldana
Elio Ragni
Tullio Gonnelli
Discus throw
Giorgio Oberweger
100 metres hurdles
Ondina Valla
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg London 1948 4X100 metres relay
Michele Tito
Enrico Perucconi
Carlo Monti
Antonio Siddi
5
Discus throw
Adolfo Consolini
Discus throw
Giuseppe Tosi
Shot put
Amelia Piccinini
Discus throw
Edera Cordiale
Flag of Finland.svg Helsinki 1952 50 km walk
Pino Dordoni
2
Discus throw
Adolfo Consolini
Flag of Italy.svg Rome 1960 200 metres
Livio Berruti
3
50 km walk
Abdon Pamich
100 metres
Giuseppina Leone
Flag of Japan.svg Tokyo 1964 400 metres hurdles
Salvatore Morale
2
50 km walk
Abdon Pamich
Flag of Mexico.svg Mexico City 1968 110 metres hurdles
Eddy Ottoz
2
Triple jump
Giuseppe Gentile
Flag of Germany.svg Munich 1972 200 metres
Pietro Mennea
2
1500 metres
Paola Pigni
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Montreal 1976 High jump
Sara Simeoni
1
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Moscow 1980 200 metres
Pietro Mennea
4
4x400 metres relay
Roberto Tozzi
Mauro Zuliani
Stefano Malinverni
Pietro Mennea
20 km walk
Maurizio Damilano
High jump
Sara Simeoni
Flag of the United States.svg Los Angeles 1984 10000 metres
Alberto Cova
7
20 km walk
Maurizio Damilano
50 km walk
Sandro Bellucci
Long jump
Giovanni Evangelisti
Shot put
Alessandro Andrei
1500 metres
Gabriella Dorio
High jump
Sara Simeoni
Flag of South Korea.svg Seul 1988 10000 metres
Salvatore Antibo
3
Marathon
Gelindo Bordin
20 km walk
Maurizio Damilano
Flag of Spain.svg Barcelona 1992 20 km walk
Giovanni De Benedictis
1
Flag of the United States.svg Atlanta 1996 3000 metres steeplechase
Alessandro Lambruschini
4
5000 metres
Roberta Brunet
10 km walk
Elisabetta Perrone
Long jump
Fiona May
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Sydney 2000 Hammer throw
Nicola Vizzoni
2
Long jump
Fiona May
Flag of Greece.svg Athens 2004 Marathon
Stefano Baldini
3
20 km walk
Ivano Brugnetti
Pole vault
Giuseppe Gibilisco
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Beijing 2008 50 km walk
Alex Schwazer
2
20 km walk
Elisa Rigaudo
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg London 2012 Triple jump
Fabrizio Donato
1
Flag of Brazil.svg Rio de Janeiro 2016 0
Flag of Japan.svg Tokyo 2021 100 m
Marcell Jacobs
5
High jump
Gianmarco Tamberi
20 km walk
Massimo Stano
20 km walk
Antonella Palmisano
4×100 m relay
Lorenzo Patta
Marcell Jacobs
Fausto Desalu
Filippo Tortu
24152665

Technic commissioners

This is the list of technic commissioners of Italy national athletics team. [13]

See also

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