Federazione italiana di atletica leggera

Federazione Italiana di Atletica Leggera
Sport Athletics
Jurisdiction Italy
Founded 1913 (1913)
Headquarters Rome
President Alfio Giomi
Official website

The Federazione Italiana di Atletica Leggera (FIDAL) (English: Italian Athletics Federation), is the governing body for athletics in Italy since 1906.

The Italian Federation has been recognised by IAAF in 1913 at the Berlin Congress.


The current president is Tuscan (from grosseto) Alfio Giomi elected on 2 December 2012.[1]

Election Assembly President
18.2.1946 Assembly of Florence Bruno Zauli
10.3.1957 Assembly of Milan Luigi Ridolfi
31.5.1958 Vice president Gaetano Simoni
22.2.1959 Assembly of Trento Gaetano Simoni
5.3.1961 Assembly of Ischia Giosuè Poli
8.4.1969 Vice president Vittorio Brunori
7.12.1969 Assembly of Rome Primo Nebiolo
8.2.1989 Vice president Adriano Rossi
23.4.1989 Assembly of Florence Gianni Gola
29.11.1992 Assembly of Isernia Gianni Gola
20.11.1994 Assembly of Rome Gianni Gola
17.11.1996 Assembly of Rimini Gianni Gola
8.12.1998 Assembly of Ferrara Gianni Gola
28.1.2001 Assembly of Chianciano Terme Gianni Gola
27.11.2004 Assembly of Chianciano Terme Franco Arese
23.11.2008 Assembly of Turin Franco Arese
2.12.2012 Assembly of Milan Alfio Giomi


See also

  • Italy national athletics team
  • Athletics in Italy
  • FIDAL Hall of Fame

External links

  • FIDAL official site

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