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Italian Timekeepers Federation

History of FICR

Costitution

Sports timekeeping in Italy was pioneered at the beginning of the last century by the Anglo-Italian gentleman Gilbert Marley. The first official organisation was founded in November 1921 when a group of enthusiasts formed the Sindacato Italiano Cronometristi Ufficiali (SICU or Italian Official Timekeepers Union). The Union initially obtained recognition by CONI in 1924, changing its status to association: Associazione Italiana Cronometristi (AICr or Italian Timekeepers Association). On 11 December 1935, under the leadership of Giovanni Romagna and with CONI’s authorisation, it changed to Federazione Italiana Cronometristi (FICr or Italian Timekeepers Federation).

In October 1941 CONI established that the Federation turn into a Service of the Olympic committee itself. The Federation regained its autonomy on 4 September 1944 with its reconstitution, encouraged by CONI, which appointed a leader. FICr promoted the constitution of the Fédération Internationale des Chronométreurs which was made official in Rome on 9 December 1957.

Denomination

Associazione Italiana Cronometristi (1924) and later, Federazione Italiana Cronometristi (FICR or Italian Timekeepers Federation ) from 1935.

Federal Office

Rome.

Presidents

1921 - 1922 Carlo Legnazzi

1923 - 1924 Achille Macoratti

1925 - 1926 Amedeo Turba

1926 - 1929 Giuseppe Corbari

1930 - 1931 Giovanni Bonmartini

1931 - 1932 Luigi Ridolfi

1933 - 1943 Giovanni Romagna

1944 - 1945 Cesare Sindici

1945 Giuseppe Giuliani

1946 - 1952 Cesare Sindici

1953 - 1976 Giovanni Romagna

1977 - 1988 Fiorenzo Chieppi

1989 - 2009 Michele Bonante

2009 - Gianfranco Ravà

Secretaries.

1921 - 1932 Ferruccio Massara

1933 - 1943 Alessandro Fraschetti

1944 Alessandro Fraschetti (commissioner)

1945 - 1958 Alessandro Fraschetti

1958 Lucio Di Paola

1959 - 1992 Lucio Di Paola

1993 - 1997 Antonio Amatulli

1997 - 1998 Sandro Di Santo

1998 - 1999 Cristina Del Neri

1999 - 2000 Fulvio Arcioni

2000 - 2002 Alfredo Del Francia

2002 - 2003 Saverio Cursano

2004 - 2006 Valeria Squillante

2007 –Maria Teresa D'Angelo

2008 - Fabrizio Priolisi

 

Viale Tiziano, 70, Rome

Phone:+39.06.83.70.2601

Fax:+39.06 8370 2600

Url:www.ficr.it

President:Gianfranco Ravà

Secretary:Fabrizio Priolisi