Italian Athletics Championships

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.

Italian Athletics Championships
Campionati italiani assoluti di atletica leggera
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Current sports event 2020 Italian Athletics Championships
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The first edition, four races only, was held in 1906 at Arena Civica in Milan, just after the foundation of the Federazione Podistica Italiana and with the organization of La Gazzetta dello Sport.

Since then, 110 editions were held with the only exceptions of the years 1915-1918 and 1944. During 1945, only athletes of Northern Italy could participate but FIDAL considered this edition as an official one.

To the running races, in 1913 the field events were added.

Some facts have to be underlined:

  • in 1920, track events were disputed in Rome and field events in Milan;
  • in 1922, 2 towns hosted the championships, Milan and Busto Arsizio;
  • in 1931, 3 sessions were held in Bologna, Rome and Milan;
  • in 1932, 2 towns hosted the events: Pisa and Milan;
  • the first male and female championships were held together in 1953 (always separated before that year);
  • in 1974, for preparing the 1974 European Championships in Rome, it was implemented for the first time automatic timing but the Federation decided to diminish the time of 16/100th the first day and of 18/100th on the following 2 days;[1] [2][3] The Italian Championships held in 2010 in Grosseto were the 100th edition (not held just five times: 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918 and 1944 in 105 years from 1906 to 2010).[4]

EditionsEdit

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.[5][6]

The number of editions refers to the male ones, the female ones are 19 less.[7] The first women's edition was disputed in 1923 and until 1952 the men's and women's championships disputed the two different venues. Only from the 1953 edition the championships were disputed in a single venue.

# Year Venue Date
UPT & UPI Championships[8]
1898 Turin 2 October
1899 Turin 1 October
1900 Turin 8-9 September
1901 Turin 15 September
1902 Turin 21 September
1903 Alba 20 September
1904 not held
1905 Vercelli 18 June
1 1906 Turin 30 September
Milan 21 October
2 1907 Rome 17-18 September
3 1908 Rome 31 May-3 June
4 1909 Rome 4-5 June
5 1910 Milan 8-9 October
6 1911 Rome 7-9 September
7 1912 Verona 16–19 May
8 1913 Milan 20-21 September
9 1914 Milan 26-27 September
1915/18 not held
10 1919 Milan 11-12 October
11 1920 Rome[9] 18-20 September
Milan 2-3 October
12 1921 Bologna 18-20 September
13 1922 Busto Arsizio 16-17 September
Milan 23-24 September
14 1923[10] Bologna 20-24 June
Milan[11] 6 May
15 1924 Bologna 20-21 September
16 1925 Bologna 28-29 September
17 1926 Naples 12-13 June
18 1927 Bologna 1-20 September
19 1928 Milan 30 June-1 July
20 1929 Bologna 21-22 September
21 1930 Udine 26-27 June
22 1931 Milan[9] 24–31 May
23 1932 Pisa[9] 18 September
Bologna 1 October
Florence[12] 12-13 November
24 1933 Florence[9] 29-30 July
Genoa[13] 28-29 October
25 1934 Milan[9] 28-29 July
Florence[12] 20-21 October
26 1935 Florence 28-29 July
Milan[14] 13 October
Bologna[12] 19-20 October
27 1936 Bologna 28-29 June
Bologna[12] 31 October-1 November
Parma[14] 4 October
28 1937 Florence[9] 24-25 July
Florence[15] 7-8 August
29 1938 Bologna[9] 23-24 July
Milan[12] 16-17 July
30 1939 Turin[9] 22-23 July
Modena[12] 16-17 September
31 1940 Milan[9] 20-21 July
Turin[12] 5-6 October
32 1941 Turin 19-20 July
Parma[14] 6 July
Piacenza[16] 3 August
Parma[13] 4-5 October
33 1942 Bologna 11-12 July
Parma[14] 14 June
Milan[12] 24-25 October
Parma[17] 8 November
34 1943 Milan 10-11 July
Florence[18] 18 July
1944 not held
35 1945 Bologna[9] 20-21 October
Turin[12] 6-7 October
36 1946 Milan 4-6 October
37 1947 Florence 26-28 September
38 1948 Genoa 24-26 September
39 1949 Bari 23-25 September
40 1950 Turin 29-30 September
41 1951 Milan 28-30 September
42 1952 Bologna 17-19 October
43 1953 Rome 22-27 September
44 1954 Florence 1-3 October
45 1955 Milan 30 September-2 October
46 1956 Rome 28-30 September
47 1957 Bologna 13-15 September
48 1958 Rome 12-14 September
49 1959 Rome 23-25 September
50 1960 Bologna 23-25 September
Genoa[19] 22-23 October
51 1961 Turin 22-24 September
52 1962 Naples 12-14 October
53 1963 Trieste 19-21 July
54 1964 Milan 27-29 June
55 1965 Rome 9-11 July
56 1966 Florence 8-10 July
57 1967 Bologna 7-9 July
58 1968 Trieste 5-7 July
59 1969 Milan 27-29 June
60 1970 Rome 14-15 July
61 1971 Rome 7-8 July
62 1972 Rome 12-13 July
63 1973 Rome 10-11 July
64 1974 Rome 30 July-1 August
65 1975 Florence 22-24 July
66 1976 Turin 6-8 July
67 1977 Rome 26-27 July
68 1978 Rome 25-26 July
69 1979 Rome 16-18 July
70 1980 Turin 24-26 July
71 1981 Turin 14-15 July
72 1982 Rome 20-21 July
73 1983 Rome 19-20 July
74 1984 Rome 10-11 July
75 1985 Rome 9-11 July
Salerno[14] 28 April
76 1986 Turin 22-24 July
77 1987 Rome 28-30 July
78 1988 Milan 6-8 September
79 1989 Cesenatico 25-26 July
80 1990 Pescara 12-13 September
81 1991 Turin 11-12 June
82 1992 Bologna 23-24 June
83 1993 Bologna 2-3 August
84 1994 Naples 2-3 July
85 1995 Cesenatico 1-2 July
86 1996 Bologna 24–26 May
87 1997 Milan 4-6 July
88 1998 Rome 9-10 July
89 1999 Pescara 3-4 July
90 2000 Milan 5-6 September
91 2001 Catania 7-8 July
92 2002 Viareggio 18-21 July
93 2003 Rieti 2-3 August
94 2004 Florence 25-27 June
95 2005 Brixen 25-26 June
96 2006 Turin 7-8 July
97 2007 Padua 26-28 July
98 2008 Cagliari 18-20 July
99 2009 Milan 31 July-2 August
100 2010 Grosseto 30 June-1 July
101 2011 Turin 25-26 June
102 2012 Brixen 6-8 July
103 2013 Milan 26-28 July
104 2014 Rovereto 18-20 July
105 2015 Turin 24-26 July
106 2016 Rieti 24-26 June
107 2017 Trieste 30 June-1 July
108 2018 Pescara 7-9 September
109 2019 Brixen 26-28 July
110 2020 Padua and Modena[20] 28-30 August

Championship recordsEdit

MenEdit

Event Performance Athlete Date Championships Place Notes Ref
100 m 10.10 Marcell Jacobs 27 July 2019 2019 Championships Brixen (wind: +1.7 m/s) [21]
200 m 20.30 Pietro Mennea 27 July 1977 1977 Championships Rome (wind: -0.5 m/s) [22]
400 m 45.12 Matteo Galvan 25 June 2016 2016 Championships Rieti [23]
800 m 1:45.3 Carlo Grippo 7 July 1976 1976 Championships Turin [24]
1500 m 3:38.24 Alessandro Lambruschini 2 August 1993 Bologna [25]
5000 m 13:30.26 Alberto Cova 2 July 1985 Rome [26]
10,000 m 28:00.20 Francesco Panetta 24 July 1986 Turin [27]
110 m hurdles 13.49 Mauro Rossi 9 July 1998 Rome [28]
400 m hurdles 48.33 Fabrizio Mori 26 May 1996 Bologna [29]
3000 m steeplechase 8:19.17 Alessandro Lambruschini 29 July 1987 Rome [30]
High jump 2.36 m Gianmarco Tamberi 26 June 2016 2016 Championships Rieti [23]
Pole vault 5.75 m Fabio Pizzolato 6 July 1995 Milan NR
Long jump 8.21 m Andrew Howe 27 July 2007 2007 Championships Padua (wind: +1.4 m/s)[31] [32]
Triple jump 17.39 m Daniele Greco 8 July 2012 2012 Championships Brixen (wind: +1.1 m/s)[33] [34]
Shot put 21.99 m Leonardo Fabbri 30 August 2020 2020 Championships Padua [35]
Discus throw 64.26 m Luciano Zerbini 2 August 1993 Bologna [36]
Hammer throw 80.98 m Loris Paoluzzi 4 July 1999 Pescara [37]
Javelin throw 79.34 m Francesco Pignata 11 July 2004 Florence [38] [39]
Half marathon 1:00:47 Giuliano Battocletti 29 September 2002 Udine [40]
Marathon 2:10:30 Migidio Bourifa 18 March 2007 2007 Championships Rome [41] [42]
20 km race walk 1:19:49 Marco Giungi 7 April 2002 Grosseto [43]
50 km race walk 3:36:04 Alex Schwazer 11 February 2007 2007 Championships Rosignano current NR [44]
Decathlon 8069 pts Beniamino Poserina 18 March 1997 Desenzano [45]

WomenEdit

Event Performance Athlete Date Championships Place Notes Ref
100 m 10.23 Giada Gallina 4 July 1997 Rome (wind: +1.8 m/s) [46]
200 m 22.89 Gloria Hooper 26 June 2016 2016 Championships Rieti (wind: +1.4 m/s) [47]
400 m 50.55 Libania Grenot 19 July 2014 2014 Championships Rovereto [48]
800 m 2:00.35 Gabriella Dorio 20 July 1982 1982 Championships Rome [49]
1500 m 4:03.27 Gabriella Dorio 15 July 1981 1981 Championships Turin [50]
5000 m 15:22.45 Veronica Inglese 25 June 2016 2016 Championships Rieti [51]
10,000 m 31:53.55 Maria Guida 5 May 1996 Pietrasanta [52]
100 m hurdles 13.01 Marzia Caravelli 27 July 2013 2013 Championships Milan [53]
400 m hurdles 55.09 Yadisleidy Pedroso 2 July 2017 2017 Championships Trieste [54]
3000 m steeplechase 9.51.89 Isabel Mattuzzi 9 September 2018 2018 Championships Pescara [55]
High jump 2.01 m Antonietta Di Martino 30 June 2010 2010 Championships Grosseto [56]
Pole vault 4.60 m Anna Giordano Bruno 2 August 2009 2009 Championships Milan current NR [57]
Long jump 6.93 m Fiona May 25 May 1996 Bologna 7.12 (wind: +3.4 m/s) [58]
Triple jump 14.62 m Simona La Mantia 26 June 2005 2005 Championships Brixen (wind: +1.3 m/s) [59]
Shot put 19.13 m Chiara Rosa 28 July 2007 2007 Championships Padua [60]
Discus throw 60.88 m Agnese Maffeis 21 July 2002 Viareggio [61]
Hammer throw 73.59 m Ester Balassini 25 June 2005 2005 Championships Brixen current NR [62]
Javelin throw 63.82 m Claudia Coslovich 8 July 2001 Catania [63] [64]
10 km walk (road) 41:28 Antonella Palmisano 18 October 2020 2020 Championships Modena current NB [65]

Multi winnersEdit

Updated to 2021 Italian Athletics Indoor Championships (February 2021).

MenEdit

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.[66]

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 country (7)
28 Giovanni De Benedictis 10000 walk (8), 20 km walk (8), 50 km walk (2), 5000 m walk indoor (10)
Nicola Vizzoni Hammer (14), 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)
23 Fabrizio Donato Triple jump (8), Long jump indoor (3), Triple jump indoor (12)
21 Maurizio Damilano 10000 walk (7), 20 km walk (10), 50 km walk (3), 5000 m walk indoor (1)
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 country (7)
Giuseppe Beviacqua 5000 m (6), 10000 m (7), cross country (2)
Adolfo Consolini Discus (15)

WomenEdit

Agnese Maffeis (38) and Marisa Masullo (30) are the Italian women multi winners.[66]

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)
28 Chiara Rosa Shot put (16), Shot put indoor (12)
26 Donata Govoni 100 m (7), 200 m (5), 400 m (7), 800 m (2), Cross country (1), 400 m indoor (2), 800 m indoor (2)
25 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 country (2)
22 Agnese Possamai 800 m (2), 3000 m (5), 1500 m indoor (5), 3000 m indoor (3), Cross country (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 country (6)
Claudia Testoni 60 m (1), 80 m (1), 100 m (3), 200 m (2), 80 m hs (5), Long jump (7)
18 Antonella Capriotti Long jump (8), Triple jump (9), 60 m indoor (1), Long jump indoor (5)
Giuseppina Leone 100 m (9), 200 m (9)
Magalì Vettorazzo 100 m hs (7), Long jump (4) Pentathlon (7)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  16. ^ 10,000 metres
  17. ^ 3000 metres steeplechase.
  18. ^ 10,000 metres and relays.
  19. ^ Decathlon, relays and 3000 metres steeplechase.
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