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|Competitor for Italy|
|Gold||2003 New York City||Individual|
|Bronze||2003 New York City||Team|
|Silver||1996 Kranska Gora||Team|
He was born in Gallarate. He has competed at the 1996 Summer Olympics in men's individual archery, ending at the 6th place and getting the Bronze Medal for teams. He has also competed at the 2000 Summer Olympics in men's individual archery, ending at the 10th place and getting the Silver Medal for teams. In 2003 he has won in New York the World Target Archery Championships for Recurve (Olympic) Division.
Frangilli competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in men's individual archery. He won his first match, advancing to the round of 32. In the second round of elimination, he was defeated. His final rank was 31st overall. Frangilli was also a member of the 7th-place Italian men's archery team at the 2004 Summer Olympics.
Frangilli scored a 10 with the last arrow to dramatically win the men's archery team gold medal final against the USA at the 2012 Summer Olympics.
Frangilli has collected up to now 11 Titles of World Champion for Recurve Bow in various disciplines, including Indoor, Target and Field Archery. He also recently co-authored with his father and coach, Vittorio Frangilli, a book on olympic archery technique, entitled The Heretic Archer. He is a former world number one ranked men's recurve archer.
Current world record holder 25 meter 60 arrows, shot on 21 nov 2001(Gallarate,ITA): 300+298=598
Current world record holder 18 meter 60 arrows, shot on 13 jan 2001(Nîmes, FRA): 597
Current world record holder 36 arrow final round, shot on 3 March 2004(Caorle, ITA): 358