Italy national swimming team

The Italy national swimming team represents Italy in International swimming competitions such as Olympic Games or World swimming Championships.

History

The national Italian swimming team participated to all the Summer Olympics editions, from London 1908, 22 times on 26.[1]

Medal tables

Swimming

(not included open water swimming) Y update to last edition

Event Editions 1st edition last edition Men Women TotalRanking
Tot. Tot. Tot.
Olympic Games Y 24 1912 2016 4 1 9 14 1 3 2 6 5 4 11 20 16th
World Championships (LC) Y 16 1973 2019 9 13 18 40 9 6 7 22 18 19 25 62 9th
European Championships (LC) Y 32 1926 2018 43.55061.5155 14.51923.557 586985212 6th
World Championships (SC) 10 1993 2 11 6 19 0 3 4 7 2 14 10 2625th
European Championships (SC) 15 1996 37 34 31 102 7 9 16 32 44 43 47 1345th

Olympic Games

Swimming

The Italian national swimming team won its first medal at 1972 Summer Olympics with Novella Calligaris.[1]

Edition Gold Silver Bronze Total
Munich 1972 400 metre freestyle
Novella Calligaris
3
800 metre freestyle
Novella Calligaris
400 metre medley
Novella Calligaris
Seoul 1988 400 metre medley
Stefano Battistelli
1
Barcelona 1992 400 metre medley
Luca Sacchi
2
200 metre backstroke
Stefano Battistelli
Atlanta 1996 200 metre backstrokee
Emanuele Merisi
1
Sydney 2000 100 metre breaststroke
Domenico Fioravanti
6
200 metre breaststroke
Domenico Fioravanti
200 metre breaststroke
Davide Rummolo
200 metre medley
Massimiliano Rosolino
200 metre freestyle
Massimiliano Rosolino
400 metre freestyle
Massimiliano Rosolino
Athens 2004 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay
Emiliano Brembilla
Massimiliano Rosolino
Simone Cercato
Filippo Magnini
Federico Cappellazzo
Matteo Pelliciari
2
200 metre freestyle
Federica Pellegrini
Beijing 2008 200 metre freestyle
Federica Pellegrini
2
800 metre freestyle
Alessia Filippi
Rio de Janeiro 2016 1500 metre freestyle
Gregorio Paltrinieri
1500 metre freestyle
Gabriele Detti
3
400 metre freestyle
Gabriele Detti
541120

Open water

Open water swimming was introduced at Beijing 2008.

Edition Gold Silver Bronze Total
London 2012 10 km
Martina Grimaldi
1
Rio de Janeiro 2016 10 km
Rachele Bruni
1
0112

World Championships

All Italian medals till Gwangju 2019.[2]

Edition Gold Silver Bronze Total
Belgrade 1973 800 metre freestyle
Novella Calligaris
3
400 metre freestyle
Novella Calligaris
400 metre medley
Novella Calligaris
Cali 1975 4×100 m freestyle relay
Roberto Pangaro
Paolo Barelli
Claudio Zei
Marcello Guarducci
1
Guayaquil 1982 200 metre medley
Giovanni Franceschi
1
Madrid 1986 1500 m freestyle
Stefano Battistelli
2
100 m breaststroke
Gianni Minervini
Perth 1991 100 m freestyle
Giorgio Lamberti
6
200 m freestyle
Giorgio Lamberti
200 m backstroke
Stefano Battistelli
100 m breaststroke
Gianni Minervini
400 m individual medley
Stefano Battistelli
4×200 m freestyle relay
Emanuele Idini
Roberto Gleria
Stefano Battistelli
Giorgio Lamberti
Rome 1994 200 backstroke
Lorenza Vigarani
1
Perth 1998 200 m freestyle
Massimiliano Rosolino
2
1500 m freestyle
Emiliano Brembilla
Fukuoka 2001 400 m freestyle
Emiliano Brembilla
6
50m breaststroke
Domenico Fioravanti
100m breaststroke
Domenico Fioravanti
200 m individual medley
Massimiliano Rosolino
400 m individual medley
Alessio Boggiatto
4x200 metre freestyle relay
Emiliano Brembilla
Matteo Pelliciari
Andrea Beccari
Massimiliano Rosolino
Barcelona 2003 200 m individual medley
Massimiliano Rosolino
1
Montreal 2005 100 m freestyle
Filippo Magnini
3
400 m individual medley
Luca Marin
200 m freestyle
Federica Pellegrini
Melbourne 2007 100 m freestyle
Filippo Magnini
6
800 m freestyle
Federico Colbertaldo
200 m breaststroke
Loris Facci
400 m individual medley
Luca Marin
4x100 metre freestyle relay
Massimiliano Rosolino
Alessandro Calvi
Christian Galenda
Filippo Magnini
200 m freestyle
Federica Pellegrini
Rome 2009 200 m freestyle
Federica Pellegrini
4
400 m freestyle
Federica Pellegrini
800 m freestyle
Alessia Filippi
1500 m freestyle
Alessia Filippi
Shanghai 2011 50 m freestyle
Luca Dotto
5
50 m breaststroke
Fabio Scozzoli
100 m breaststroke
Fabio Scozzoli
200 m freestyle
Federica Pellegrini
400 m freestyle
Federica Pellegrini
Barcelona 2013 200 m freestyle
Federica Pellegrini
2
1500 m freestyle
Gregorio Paltrinieri
Kazan 2015 1500 m freestyle
Gregorio Paltrinieri
5
800 m freestyle
Gregorio Paltrinieri
4x100 metre freestyle relay
Luca Dotto
Marco Orsi
Michele Santucci
Filippo Magnini
200 m freestyle
Federica Pellegrini
4x200 metre freestyle relay
Alice Mizzau
Erica Musso
Chiara Masini Luccetti
Federica Pellegrini
Budapest 2017 200 m freestyle
Federica Pellegrini
6
1500 m freestyle
Simona Quadarella
800 m freestyle
Gabriele Detti
1500 m freestyle
Gregorio Paltrinieri
400 m freestyle
Gabriele Detti
800 m freestyle
Gregorio Paltrinieri
Gwangju 2019 200 m freestyle
Federica Pellegrini
8
1500 m freestyle
Simona Quadarella
800 m freestyle
Simona Quadarella
50 m breaststroke
Benedetta Pilato
100 m breaststroke
Martina Carraro
800 m freestyle
Gregorio Paltrinieri
400 m freestyle
Gabriele Detti
1500 m freestyle
Gregorio Paltrinieri
18192562

European Championships

Legend

Where it is reported half medal refers to those assigned in mixed relays from 2014 for the first time. This table is of swimming pool events, it excludes open water events.

Edition Men Women Total
Budapest 1926 000 000 0000
Bologna 1927 010 000 0101
Paris 1931 013 000 0134
Magdeburg 1934 022 000 0224
London 1938 000 000 0000
Monte Carlo 1947 000 000 0000
Vienna 1950 000 000 0000
Turin 1954 010 000 0101
Budapest 1958 122 000 1225
Liepzig 1962 000 000 0000
Utrecht 1966 000 000 0000
Barcelona 1970 000 001 0011
Vienna 1974 000 011 0112
Jönköping 1977 022 000 0224
Split 1981 011 000 0112
Rome 1983 202 001 2035
Sofia 1985 001 000 0011
Strasbourg 1987 011 020 0314
Bonn 1989 402 013 41510
Athens 1991 125 002 12710
Sheffield 1993 001 010 0112
Vienna 1995 002 010 0123
Sevilla 1997 230 000 2305
Istanbul 1999 132 000 1326
Helsinki 2000 531 020 55111
Berlin 2002 452 000 45211
Madrid 2004 516 011 52714
Budapest 2006 452 112 56415
Eindhoven 2008 143 311 45413
Budapest 2010 103 101 2046
Debrecen 2012 453 231 68418
Berlin 2014[3] Y 2.515 2.504 51915
London 2016[4] Y 444 131 57517
Glasgow 2018[5] Y 236.5 424.5 651122
Total 43.55061.514.51923.5586985212

Multiple medalists

All championships (individual)

Update to 2019 European Swimming Championships (SC).

   Women

In bold still active. Y Updated

# SwimmerOlympicsWorld Ch. (LC)World Ch. (SC)European Ch. (LC)European Ch. (SC)Total
1 Federica Pellegrini Y 110 631 112 501 632 198633
2 Gregorio Paltrinieri Y 100 313 130 521 310 137424
3 Massimiliano Rosolino 111 111 026 275 785 11191848
4 Filippo Magnini 000 200 030 303 633 116623
5 Emiliano Brembilla 000 011 000 530 501 104216
6 Fabio Scozzoli Y 000 020 111 221 514 86620
7 Alessia Filippi 010 101 010 301 312 73414
8 Domenico Fioravanti 200 011 010 210 210 64111
9 Simona Quadarella Y 000 111 010 300 201 62210
10 Alessio Boggiatto 000 100 000 122 303 52511
11 Giorgio Lamberti 000 110 --- 222 --- 3328

Olympic Games

The list refers to individual and team events and include men and women (in pink color), sorted by number of individual titles.[1]

# SwimmerIndividualTeamTotal
1 Domenico Fioravanti 200 000 200
2 Massimiliano Rosolino 111 001 112
3 Federica Pellegrini 110 000 110
4 Gregorio Paltrinieri 100 000 100
5 Novella Calligaris 012 000 012
6 Stefano Battistelli 002 000 002

See also

References

  1. "Italy Swimming". sports-reference.com. Archived from the original on 18 August 2012. Retrieved 15 May 2012.
  2. "Medagliere Gwangju 2019".
  3. One gold medal by mixed relay
  4. Two silver medals by mixed relays
  5. One bronze medal by mixed relay
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