Carlo Mornati new Secretary General of Italian National Olympic Committee


MornatiiiCarlo Mornati is the new Secretary General of the Italian National Olympic Committee. He takes the place of Roberto Fabbricini. Born in Lecco on 16 March, 1972, he is a Law graduate from the Sacro Cuore Catholic University of Milan with a degree in international studies (1998), attended a course in Australian Industrial Relations at the University of Technology of Sydney (1998) and has a 2nd level Master's degree in Sports Law and Economics (2007).

Between 2005 and 2009 he was a member of the National Executive of the CONI in athletes' quota and since 2009 has worked at the Olympics Preparation Office.

Since 2013 he has been Deputy to the Secretary General of the Organization and responsible for Olympic Preparation activities and all General Secretariat Activities.

He is currently a member of the Executive Management Committee and of the Steering Committee of the Cortina Foundation 2021.

He was Head of Mission of the Italian Olympic Team in Sochi 2014, Rio de Janeiro 2016 and PyeongChang 2018.

During his career as an athlete, he took part in four Olympic Games, winning the silver medal in Sydney 2000 in the coxless 4 rowing competition, and in two World Championships where he reached the podium six more times, taking 3 silver and 3 bronze medals.