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Italy at the Military World Games

Italy at the Military World Games has participated in all editions held, since the first edition of 1995 Military World Games.[1]

Medal count

Italy won 266 medals at the Military World Games (266 at the Summer Games and 17 at the Winter Games).

Summer Games
      Host nation
Edition Gold Silver Bronze Total Rank
1995 Rome 22 13 16 51 2
1999 Zagreb 16 20 21 57 3
2003 Catania 20 14 19 53 3
2007 Hyderabad 7 8 14 29 4
2011 Rio de Janeiro 14 13 24 51 3
Total 84 71 94 249 3

Athletics

Edition Event 1st 2nd 3rd
1995 Rome 100 metres Giovanni Puggioni
200 metres Ezio Madonia Angelo Cipolloni
Marathon Francesco Ingargiola
400 metres hurdles Fabrizio Mori Laurent Ottoz
3000 metres steeplechase Angelo Carosi
High jump Ettore Ceresoli
20 km road walk Michele Didoni
4×100 metres relay Milko Campus
Angelo Cipolloni
Sandro Floris
Ezio Madonia
4×400 metres relay Ashraf Saber
Marco Chiavarini
Fabrizio Mori
Marco Vaccari
3000 metres Elisa Rea
4 4 4
1999 Zagreb 200 metres Maurizio Checcucci Massimiliano Donati
400 metres hurdles Fabrizio Mori
High jump Ivan Bernasconi
Pole vault Maurilio Mariani
Triple jump Paolo Camossi
Shot put Paolo Dal Soglio
Hammer throw Nicola Vizzoni
20 km road walk Marco Giungi
4×100 metres relay Andrea Rabino
Massimiliano Donati
Maurizio Checcucci
Giovanni Puggioni
100 metres Francesca Cola
3000 metres Elisa Rea
Shot put Mara Rosolen
5 6 2
2003 Catania Marathon Francesco Ingargiola
Discus throw Diego Fortuna
10 km road walk Alessandro Gandellini
4×100 metres relay Stefano Bellotto
Maurizio Checcucci
Alessandro Vecchi
Gianluca Capati
1500 metres Fabio Lettieri
Hammer throw Ester Balassini
5 km road walk Cristiana Pellino
10,000 metres Farancesco Bennici
Triple jump Fabrizio Schembri
100 metres Francesca Cola
400 metres hurdles Lara Rocco
4 3 4
2007 Hyderbad 4×100 metres relay Alessandro Cavallaro
Simone Collio
Rosario La Mastra
Jacques Riparelli
4×100 metres relay Rita De Cesaris
Micol Cattaneo
Maria Aurora Salvagno
Anita Pistone
100 metres Simone Collio
200 metres Alessandro Cavallaro
Hammer throw Nicola Vizzoni
100 metres hurdles Micol Cattaneo
Pole vault Matteo Rubbiani
Triple jump Fabrizio Schembri
Hammer throw Ester Balassini
2 4 3
2011 Rio de Janeiro Triple jump Simona La Mantia
100 metres hurdles Veronica Borsi
400 metres hurdles Leonardo Capotosti
1 1 1

See also

References

  1. ^ "CISM MILITARY WORLD GAMES". gbrathletics.com. Retrieved 4 January 2013. 

External links

  • CISM website
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