The Italy Team in ready for the Youth Olympic Games
- Published: 12 August 2014
Today, the Italy Team - taking part in the second edition of the summer Youth Olympic Games - took wing, in part from Milan, others from Rome. Destination: Nanjing. The delegation, composed by 108 persons, has 69 athletes (33 male and 36 female, among which the Italian ensign 2014, pentathlete Aurora Tognetti) and 28 coaches. Moreover, there will be the head delegation Anna Riccardi, the Vice head delegation, Giuseppe Gianfreda and the collaborators form the Sport and Olympic programme Area, Anna Di Licia, Giampiero Pastore and Fabio Rimedio; the responsible of medical area, MD Stefano Dragoni, the physiotherapist Mauro Badia, the press Officer and the Young Ambassador, Elisa Santoni. They will be joined, by Giorgio Scarso, Vice President of Italian NOC (CONI) and by Alessandra Sensini, member of the Executive board representing, respectively, the President Giovanni Malagò and the General Secretary, Roberto Fabbricini. In detail, from Terminal 3 of Leonardo Da Vinci's Airport of Fiumicino (Rome) have been leaving with Air China flight:
Giacomo CIAMMARUGHI, Laura BILOTTA and coach Lyubov BARSUKOVA (Diving); Alessandro BORI, Giacomo CARINI, Nicolangelo DI FABIO, Simone SABBIONI, Ambra ESPOSITO, Rachele CERACCHI, Simona QUADARELLA, Claudia TARZIA with the junior teams Manager Walter BOLOGNANI and coach Luca CORSETTI (Swimming); Valentina KALMYKOVA, Giacomo BRANDI, Noemi STELLA, Martina MILLO, Tiziano DI BLASIO, Leonardo FABBRI with Antonio ANDREOZZI, assistant of DTN Stefano Baldini for the young activities, and the coach of speed Sergio BIAGETTI (Athletics); Vincenzo ARECCHIA, Vincenzo LIZZI, Irma TESTA and Monica FLORIDIA with the National Manager Emanuele RENZINI (Boxing); Riccardo ABATE, Guillaume BIANCHI, Claudia BORELLA, Chiara CROVARI and Eleonora DE MARCHI with the Master of Saber Anna FERNI (Fencing); Renato PARATORE e Virginia Elena CARTA with the DTN Gianluca CRESPI (Golf); Andrea RUSSO with the Federal coach Marco MASSARA (Gymnastics); Elios Maria MANZI, Chiara CARMINUCCI and the President of young activities Commission Nicola MORACI (Judo); Gianluca MICOZZI, Aurora TOGNETTI and coach Ivan LO GIUDICE (Modern Pentathlon); Vittorio GALLINARO, Ruggero LO MAURO, Carolina ALBANO and Giulia ALAGNA with byte CII coach Francesco CARICATO (Sailing); Giulio SOLDATI and the junior team DTN Giovanile Alessandro BOTTONI (Triathlon); Irene ENZO and Michela LANTIGNOTTI with coach Andrea RAFFAELLI (Beach Volley); Mirko ZANNI and Alessandra PAGLIARO with the collaborator of DTN Dino MARCUZ (Weightlifting); Marco SUPINI with the capo carabine Giuseppe FENT (Shooting). The Master of Fancing Fabrizio VILLA will finally reach his fencers on Agosto 15.
Boarding, from the National Airport of Malpensa (Milan) for the second tranche of Italian Team:
Elia FREGNAN, Tanya Giada GIACCHERI and the young programme area Manager Stefano CARRER (Archery); Tobia BOCCHI, Matteo Cristoforo CAPELLO, Stefano SOTTILE, Beatrice FIORESE, Filippo TORTU, Elena BELLO', Chiara FERDANI, Alessia PAVESE, Nicole Svetlana REINA, Ilaria VERDERIO, Jordan ZINELLI, Lucia PRINETTI ANZALAPAYA with coach Eugenio PAOLINO and his colleague Renzo ROVERATO (Athletics); Luigi RUGGIERO with coach Elena COLAJANNI (Canoeing); Federico MANDELLI, Manuel TODARO, Sofia BEGGIN and Chiara TEOCCHI with C.T. Strada Juniores Rino DE CANDIDO and the Ciclocross collaborator Luigi BIELLI (Cycling); Matias ALVARO with the Area Manager Youth jumping Gianluca BORMIOLI BONACOLSI (Equestrian); Iosra ABDELAZIZ with her coach Marta Giulia CERRI (Gymnastics).
Special departure from Germany for the rowers Riccardo MAGER, Riccardo PERETTI, Arianna MAZZONI and their junior coach Antonio COLAMONICI, engaged, until yesterday, in Hamburg for the rowing Young World Championships. Already in China, instead, for a stage in Tianjin
Giorgia PICCOLIN with Antonio GIGLIOTTI (Table Tennis), Female programme Area Manager. While, Licia MARTIGNANI, Marina RIZZELLI and head coach Soon Cheul YOON (Taekwondo) will come in Nanjing, directly from Korea.