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Italian Archery Federation

History of FITARCO

Costitution

Although the Italian Archers Union (ACI) - founded in Milan in the twenties - was one of the founders of the International Federation (FITA), in 1931, there is only one organisation coordinating archery activities in Italy forty years later. The new federation was in fact founded in Milan on 17 December 1961 by the five organisations operating at the time. After being given the classification as a "protected sport" by CONI (16 March 1967) a decade later, on 22 December 1971, the new Federation was admitted as part of the Olympic Committee as a recognised sport. On 14 July 1973 FITARCO became a supporting member and on 18 January 1978, was officially recognised at during the 51st National Board meeting of CONI.

Denomination 

Federazione Italiana Tiro con l'Arco (FITARCO or Italian Archery Federation) since establishment (1961).

Federal Office 

From 1961 to 1987 in Milan, then in Rome.

First National Championships

1962 (men and women)

First appearance at the Olympic Games

1972 Munich.


Presidents

1961 - 1968 Massimiliano Malacrida

1968 - 1969 Baron Annibale Guidobono Cavalchini

1969 - 1980 Francesco Gnecchi Ruscone

1981 - 1985 Luigi Pagotto

1985 - 1987 Ignazio Bellini

1987 - 1999 Gino Mattielli

1999 - 2001 Dario Carbone

2001 Bruno Grandi

2001 - Mario Scarzella 

Secretaries

1961 Carlo Olgiati

1973 - 1975 Renato Massera

1975 - 1987 Giuliano Moreschi

1987 - 1997 Alvaro Carboni

1997 - 1999 Giampiero Paolini

1999 - 2001 Fabio Canaccini

2001 - 2003 Salvatore Marafioti

2003 - Alvaro Carboni

 

Via Vitorchiano, 113 , Rome

Phone:+39 06 91516918

Fax:+39 06 91516915

Url:www.fitarco-italia.org

President:Mario Scarzella

Secretary:Alvaro Carboni