Italian Athletics Championships

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Italian Athletics Championships
Campionati italiani assoluti di atletica leggera
Current season, competition or edition:
2013 Italian Athletics Championships
Sport Athletics
Founded 1906
Country  Italy
Official website Fidal.it

The Italian Athletics Championships (Italian: Campionati italiani assoluti di atletica leggera) are the national championships in athletics, organised every year by the Federazione Italiana di Atletica Leggera.

The first edition was in 1906 in Milan (but only four events), and the first complete edition was 1914 Italian Athletics Championships.[1][2] The Italian Championships held in 2010 in Grosseto was the 100th edition (not held just five times: 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918 and 1944 in 105 years from 1906 to 2010).

Venues[edit]

Shows only the main venue of the events (usually marathon, race walk, 10000 metres and combined events were held in different venues). In 2013 the Championships backs in Arena Civica in Milan.[3]

Champions (men)[edit]

Track[edit]

100 metres[edit]

200 metres[edit]

400 metres[edit]

800 metres[edit]

1500 metres[edit]

5000 metres[edit]

10000 metres[edit]

110 m hurdles[edit]

400 m hurdles[edit]

3000 m steeplechase[edit]

10000 m walk[edit]

Road[edit]

Half marathon[edit]

Marathon[edit]

20 km walk[edit]

50 km walk[edit]

Field[edit]

Long jump[edit]

Triple jump[edit]

High jump[edit]

Pole vault[edit]

Shot put[edit]

Discus throw[edit]

Javelin throw[edit]

Hammer throw[edit]

Combined (Decathlon)[edit]

Champions (women)[edit]

Track[edit]

100 metres[edit]

200 metres[edit]

400 metres[edit]

800 metres[edit]

1500 metres[edit]

3000/5000 metres[edit]

From 1974 to 1994 were held 3000 metres, from 1995 5000 metres.

10000 metres[edit]

Road[edit]

Half marathon[edit]

Marathon[edit]

10 km walk[edit]

20 km walk[edit]

Field[edit]

Long jump[edit]

Triple jump[edit]

High jump[edit]

Pole vault[edit]

Shot put[edit]

Discus throw[edit]

Javelin throw[edit]

Hammer throw[edit]

Combined[edit]

Multi winners[edit]

Men

Angiolo Profeti (shot put) and Adolfo Consolini (discus throw), with their 15 titles, are those who have won the highest number in a single specialty.[5]

Titles Athlete Events
40 Abdon Pamich 10000 walk (13), 20 km walk (13), 50 km walk (14)
34 Antonio Ambu 5000 m (6), 10000 m (7), Marathon (7), Half marathon (7), Cross (7)
29 Giovanni De Benedictis 10000 walk (9), 20 km walk (8), 50 km walk (2), 5000 m walk indoor (10)
27 Nicola Vizzoni Hammer (13), Hammer winters (14)
26 Giuseppe Dordoni 10000 walk (11), 20 km walk (10), 50 km walk (5)
Paolo Dal Soglio Shot put (12), Shot put indoor (14)
24 Adolfo Contoli 110 m hs (5), 400 m hs (2), Pole vault (1), Long jump (2), Standing HJ (3), Standing LJ (3), Standing TJ (3), Pentathlon (4), Decathlon (1)
21 Maurizio Damilano 10000 walk (7), 20 km walk (10), 50 km walk (3), 5000 m walk indoor (1)
Fabrizio Donato Triple jump (7), Long jump indoor (3), Triple jump indoor (11)
17 Luigi Facelli 400 m (2), 110 m hs (2), 400 m hs (11), Triple jump (2)
16 Pietro Mennea 100 m (3), 200 m (11), 60 m indoor (1), 400 m indoor (1)
Dario Badinelli Triple jump (10), Triple jump indoor (6)
Vittorio Visini 20 km walk (1), 50 km walk (7), 5000 m walk indoor (8)
Angiolo Profeti Shot put (15), Discus (1)
15 Giuseppe Lippi 5000 m (1), 10000 m (2), 3000 steeplechase (5), Cross (7)
Giuseppe Beviacqua 5000 m (6), 10000 m (7), Cross (2)
Adolfo Consolini Discus (15)
Women

Agnese Maffeis (38) and Marisa Masullo (30) are the Italian women multi winners.[5]

Titles Athlete Events
38 Agnese Maffeis Shot put (5), Discus (14), Shot put indoor (9), Discus winter (10)
30 Marisa Masullo 100 m (11), 200 m (10), 60 m indoor (6), 200 m indoor (3)
25 Donata Govoni 100 m (7), 200 m (5), 400 m (7), 800 m (2), 400 m indoor (2), 800 m indoor (2)
Sara Simeoni High jump (14), Pentathlon (1), High jump indoor (10)
23 Gabriella Dorio 800 m (7), 1500 m (10), 800 m indoor (2), 1500 m indoor (2), cross (2)
22 Agnese Possamai 800 m (2), 3000 m (5), 1500 m indoor (5), 3000 m indoor (3), cross (7)
20 Claudia Coslovich Javelin (13), Javelin winter (7)
Amelia Piccinini Shot put (12), Long jump (4), Pentathlon (4)
19 Erica Rossi 400 m (11), 800 m (1), 200 m indoor (2), 400 m indoor (6)
Paola Pigni 400 m (2), 800 m (6), 1500 m (4), 3000 m (1), cross (6)
Claudia Testoni 60 m (1), 80 m (1), 100 m (3), 200 m (2), 80 m hs (5), Long jump (7)
18 Giuseppina Leone 100 m (9), 200 m (9)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ""CAMPIONATI "ASSOLUTI" ITALIANE SUL PODIO TRICOLORE – 1923 2012". sportolimpico.it. Retrieved 31 October 2012. 
  2. ^ ""CAMPIONATI "ASSOLUTI" ITALIANI SUL PODIO TRICOLORE – 1906 2012". sportolimpico.it. Retrieved 31 October 2012. 
  3. ^ "Assoluti: 100 Obou, Guarini 8.00" (in Italian). fidal.it. Retrieved 28 July 2013. 
  4. ^ 100th edition.
  5. ^ a b Annuario dell'Atletica 2009. FIDAL. 2009. 

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