Italy national rowing team

The Italy national rowing team represents Italy in International fencing competitions such as Olympic Games, World Rowing Championships or European Rowing Championships.

History

The national Italian rowing team participated to all the Summer Olympics editions, from Paris 1900, 25 times on 26.[1]

Olympic Games

  Lightweight
OlympicsMedalEventRowers
1920 Antwerp Men's coxed pair Ercole Olgeni, Giovanni Scatturin, Guido De Felip (cox)
Men's double scull Erminio Dones, Pietro Annoni
1924 Paris Men's coxed pair Ercole Olgeni, Giovanni Scatturin, Gino Sopracordevole (cox)
Men's eight Ante Katalinić, Frane Katalinić, Šimun Katalinić, Giuseppe Crivelli, Latino Galasso,
Petar Ivanov , Bruno Sorić, Carlo Toniatti, Vittorio Gliubich (cox)
1928 Amsterdam Men's coxed four Valerio Perentin, Giliante D'Este, Nicolò Vittori, Giovanni Delise, Renato Petronio (cox)
Men's coxless four Cesare Rossi, Pietro Freschi, Umberto Bonadè, Paolo Gennari
1932 Los Angeles Men's coxed four Riccardo Divora, Bruno Parovel, Giovanni Plazzer, Bruno Vattovaz, Giovanni Scher (cox)
Men's eight Mario Balleri, Renato Barbieri, Dino Barsotti, Renato Bracci, Vittorio Cioni,
Guglielmo Del Bimbo, Enrico Garzelli, Roberto Vestrini, Cesare Milani (cox)
Men's coxless four Francesco Cossu, Giliante D'Este, Antonio Garzoni Provenzani, Antonio Ghiardello
1936 Berlin Men's eight Guglielmo Del Bimbo, Dino Barsotti, Oreste Grossi, Enzo Bartolini, Mario Checcacci,
Dante Secchi, Ottorino Quaglierini, Enrico Garzelli, Cesare Milani (cox)
Men's coxed pair Almiro Bergamo, Guido Santin, Luciano Negrini (cox)
1948 London Men's coxless four Giuseppe Moioli, Elio Morille, Giovanni Invernizzi, Franco Faggi
Men's coxed pair Giovanni Steffè, Aldo Tarlao, Alberto Radi (cox)
Men's coxless pair Felice Fanetti, Bruno Boni
Men's single sculls Romolo Catasta
1956 Melbourne Men's coxed four Alberto Winkler, Romano Sgheiz, Angelo Vanzin, Franco Trincavelli, Ivo Stefanoni (cox)
1960 Rome Men's coxless four Tullio Baraglia, Renato Bosatta, Giancarlo Crosta, Giuseppe Galante
Men's coxed four Fulvio Balatti, Romano Sgheiz, Franco Trincavelli, Giovanni Zucchi, Ivo Stefanoni (cox)
1964 Tokyo Men's coxed four Renato Bosatta, Emilio Trivini, Giuseppe Galante, Franco De Pedrina, Giovanni Spinola (cox)
1968 Mexico City Men's coxed pair Primo Baran, Renzo Sambo, Bruno Cipolla (cox)
Men's coxless four Renato Bosatta, Pier Conti-Manzini, Tullio Baraglia, Abramo Albini
1984 Los Angeles Men's coxed pair Carmine Abbagnale, Giuseppe Abbagnale, Peppiniello Di Capua
1988 Seoul Men's coxed pair Carmine Abbagnale, Giuseppe Abbagnale, Peppiniello Di Capua
Men's quadruple sculls Agostino Abbagnale, Davide Tizzano, Gianluca Farina, Piero Poli
1992 Barcelona Men's coxed pair Carmine Abbagnale, Giuseppe Abbagnale, Peppiniello Di Capua
Men's quadruple sculls Alessandro Corona, Gianluca Farina, Rossano Galtarossa, Filippo Soffici
1996 Atlanta Men's double sculls Agostino Abbagnale, Davide Tizzano
2000 Sidney Men's quadruple sculls Agostino Abbagnale, Alessio Sartori, Rossano Galtarossa, Simone Raineri
Men's coxless four Valter Molea, Riccardo Dei Rossi, Lorenzo Carboncini, Carlo Mornati
Men's lightweight double sculls Elia Luini, Leonardo Pettinari
Men's double sculls Giovanni Calabrese, Nicola Sartori
2004 Athens Men's double sculls Rossano Galtarossa, Alessio Sartori
Men's coxless four Lorenzo Porzio, Dario Dentale, Luca Agamennoni, Raffaello Leonardo
Men's lightweight coxless four Lorenzo Bertini, Catello Amarante, Salvatore Amitrano, Bruno Mascarenhas
2008 Beijing Men's quadruple sculls Luca Agamennoni, Simone Venier, Rossano Galtarossa, Simone Raineri
2012 London Men's double sculls Alessio Sartori, Romano Battisti
2016 Rio de Janeiro Men's coxless four Marco Di Costanzo, Giovanni Abagnale
Men's coxless four Domenico Montrone, Matteo Castaldo, Matteo Lodo, Giuseppe Vicino

World Rowing Championships

The first women's medal at the world championships was won by Elisabetta Sancassani and Gabriella Bascelli at the 2002 World Rowing Championships.[2]

European Rowing Championships

Italy ranks 2nd in the all-time medal table of the European championships behind East Germany.[3]

All medals

Event Editions 1st edition Men Women Total Ranking Refer
Senior Lightweight
Tot. Tot. Tot. Tot.
Olympic Games 26 1896 10 13 13 36 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 10 14 14 28 9th [4]
World Championships 49 1962 22 26 23 71 59 38 23 120 4 3 5 12 85 67 51 203 2nd [5][6][7][8]
European Championships 76 1893 64 89 53 206 10 6 4 20 1 4 8 13 75 99 65 239 [3][9][10]

Multiple medalists

Olympic Games

# Rower
1 Agostino Abbagnale 300
2 Giuseppe Abbagnale 210
Carmine Abbagnale 210
Peppiniello Di Capua 210

World Championships

# Rower
1 Daniele Gilardoni 1111
2 Franco Sancassani 921
3 Francesco Esposito 911
4 Peppiniello Di Capua 821
5 Andrea Re 812
6 Carmine Abbagnale 731
7 Giuseppe Abbagnale 721

See also

References

  1. "Italy Rowing". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 15 September 2019.
  2. "Il Canottaggio Femminile" (PDF). FEDERAZIONE ITALIANA CANOTTAGGIO (in Italian). canottaggio.org. Retrieved 15 September 2019.
  3. "Europei Assoluti/Senior Maschile – le medaglie azzurre" (PDF). FEDERAZIONE ITALIANA CANOTTAGGIO (in Italian). canottaggio.org. Retrieved 15 September 2019.
  4. "Le Medaglie Azzurre ai Giochi Olimpici e Paralimpici" (PDF). FEDERAZIONE ITALIANA CANOTTAGGIO (in Italian). canottaggio.org. Retrieved 15 September 2019.
  5. "Mondiali Assoluti Maschili – le medaglie azzurre" (PDF). FEDERAZIONE ITALIANA CANOTTAGGIO (in Italian). canottaggio.org. Retrieved 15 September 2019.
  6. "Mondiali Pesi Leggeri – le medaglie maschili" (PDF). FEDERAZIONE ITALIANA CANOTTAGGIO (in Italian). canottaggio.org. Retrieved 15 September 2019.
  7. "Mondiali Pesi Leggeri – le medaglie femminili" (PDF). FEDERAZIONE ITALIANA CANOTTAGGIO (in Italian). canottaggio.org. Retrieved 15 September 2019.
  8. "World Rowing Championship - Medal table" (in Italian). bestsports.com.br. Retrieved 15 September 2019.
  9. "Europei Assoluti/Pesi Leggeri Maschili – le medaglie azzurre" (PDF). FEDERAZIONE ITALIANA CANOTTAGGIO (in Italian). canottaggio.org. Retrieved 15 September 2019.
  10. "Europei Assoluti: Medaglie femminili" (PDF). FEDERAZIONE ITALIANA CANOTTAGGIO (in Italian). canottaggio.org. Retrieved 15 September 2019.
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