FIDAL Hall of Fame

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The IAAF Hall of Fame is an hall of fame which was established by the FIDAL (Italian Athletics Federation) in 2012. The FIDAL Hall of Fame includes Italian athletes who have excelled in the history of athletics and that match some criteria.[1]

Criteria[edit]

The minimum criteria for an athlete to qualify for membership of the Hall of Fame are.[1]

  1. Athletes must have won at least one gold medal at Summer Olympics;
  2. Athletes must have won at least one gold medal at World Athletics Championships;
  3. Athletes must have won at least one gold medal at European Athletics Championships;
  4. Athletes must have set at least one World record.

Are not included the athletes still in activity and the gold medals won at the World Athletics Indoor Championships and European Athletics Indoor Championships.

Members[edit]

Of the 38 athletes, 8 are women ("pink color" in the table).

Athlete OG WC EC WR
Alberto Cova
Luigi Beccali
Adolfo Consolini
Pietro Mennea
Sara Simeoni
Ivano Brugnetti
Maurizio Damilano
Stefano Baldini
Gelindo Bordin
Abdon Pamich
Francesco Panetta
Annarita Sidoti
Alessandro Andrei
Livio Berruti
Ondina Valla
Gabriella Dorio
Ugo Frigerio
Michele Didoni
Fiona May
Fabrizio Mori
Salvatore Morale
Claudia Testoni
Armando Filiput
Salvatore Antibo
Franco Arese
Andrea Benvenuti
Pino Dordoni
Roberto Frinolli
Maria Guida
Alessandro Lambruschini
Stefano Mei
Venanzio Ortis
Eddy Ottoz
Ernesto Ambrosini
Marcello Fiasconaro
Giuseppe Gentile
Carlo Lievore
Paola Pigni

Other athletes who match the criteria[edit]

Also these athletes match the criteria, but at the moment they are not included because are still in activity.

Athlete OG WC EC WR
Alex Schwazer
Giuseppe Gibilisco
Andrew Howe
Fabrizio Donato

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Hall of Fame" (in italian). fidal.it. Retrieved 1 November 2012. 

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