Italy at the Universiade

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Italy at the
Summer Universiade
Flag of Italy.svg
IOC code ITA
National federation Centro Universitario Sportivo Italiano
Medals
Ranked 6th
Gold Silver Bronze Total
222 247 288 757
Summer Universiade appearances (overview)


Italy has participated in all editions of the Summer Universiade held since the first edition of 1959 Summer Universiade.[1]

Medal count[edit]

Italy won 616 medals at the Summer Universiade.[2]

  Host nation

Edition Gold FISU.svg Silver FISU.svg Bronze FISU.svg Medals FISU.svg Rank Notes
Italy Turin 1959 18 10 10 38 1 details
Bulgaria Sofia 1961 3 0 2 5 9 details
Brazil Porto Alegre 1963 3 5 10 18 6 details
Hungary Budapest 1965 6 2 1 9 5 details
Japan Tokyo 1967 4 5 9 18 6 details
Italy Turin 1970 4 4 6 14 4 details
Soviet Union Moscow 1973 2 0 6 8 9 details
Italy Rome 1975 5 1 1 7 3 details
Bulgaria Sofia 1977 2 3 3 8 12 details
Mexico Mexico City 1979 3 2 5 10 7 details
Romania Bucarest 1981 6 4 3 13 5 details
Canada Edmonton 1983 8 11 6 25 4 details
Japan Kobe 1985 4 6 5 15 7 details
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zagreb 1987 12 8 10 30 4 details
West Germany Duisburg 1989 8 3 5 16 4 details
United Kingdom Sheffield 1991 6 7 8 21 5 details
United States Buffalo 1993 5 9 11 25 9 details
Japan Fukuoka 1995 3 7 11 21 12 details
Italy Sicily 1997 7 15 10 32 6 details
Spain Palma de Mallorca 1999 6 11 8 25 10 details
China Beijing 2001 8 8 6 22 6 details
South Korea Daegu 2003 2 5 5 12 17 details
Turkey Ízmir 2005 5 6 13 24 10 details
Thailand Bangkok 2007 6 6 9 21 10 details
Serbia Belgrade 2009 6 14 11 31 8 details
China Shenzhen 2011 12 5 13 30 6 details
Russia Kazan 2013 6 17 21 44 9 details
South Korea Gwangju 2015 11 15 17 43 7 details
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Universiade.svg Taipei 2017 9 6 16 31 8 details
Italy Naples 2019 details
Total 180 195 241 616 7

Athletics[edit]

Italy won 44 gold medals, 40 silver and 48 bronze until 2007 Summer Universiade.[3]

Edition Event 1st, gold medalist(s) 2nd, silver medalist(s) 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
Serbia 2009 Belgrade 4x100 metres relay Audrey Alloh
Doris Tomasini
Giulia Arcioni
Maria Aurora Salvagno
Pole vault Giorgio Piantella
Shot put Chiara Rosa
3000 metres hurdles Emanuele Abate
Half marathona Francesco Bona
China 2011 Shenzhen 1500 metres steeplechase Stefano La Rosa
Hammer thow Lorenzo Povegliano
Russia 2013 Kazan Discus throw Giovanni Faloci
3000 metres steeplechase Patrick Nasti
1500 metres Margherita Magnani
South Korea 2015 Gwangju Discus throw Stefania Strumillo
Taiwan 2017 Taipei Women's 100 m Irene Siragusa
Women's 100 m Irene Siragusa Anna Bongiorni
Women's 400 m hs Ayomide Folorunso
Men's high jump Marco Fassinotti
Men's pole vault Claudio Stecchi
47 45 57

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "First Universiade". fisu.net. Retrieved 15 December 2012. 
  2. ^ "Medaglie vinte dalle rappresentative italiane alle Universiadi Estive" (PDF) (in Italian). cusi.it. Retrieved 15 December 2012. 
  3. ^ "PODIO INTERNAZIONALE DAL 1908 AL 2008" (PDF). sportolimpico.it. Retrieved 7 July 2017. 

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