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On 19 April 2018, a high level seminar will be held at the Police Force Specialisation School (Piazza di Priscilla 6, Conference Room) in Rome on the issue of corruption in sports. The initiative is the result of collaboration between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the International Cooperation (MAECI),... readmore
CONI
The Italian National Olympic Committee has informed the International Olympic Committee of its desire to proceed with the Dialogue Phase for the 2026 Olympic Winter Games, which had already been initiated over the previous months following the invitation received from the IOC on 29 September 2017.   Due to the need... readmore
PYEONGCHANG 2018
The pride of a moment that is a unique tradition. As special as the smiles of the medal-winners, as extraordinary as the excitement relived in flash-back, savouring those vibrations that shake the soul yet again: the unforgettable successes that marked the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang. The important... readmore
CONI
Today CONI President Giovanni Malagò met IOC President Thomas Bach in Lausanne. The meeting was attended by Italian IOC members Franco Carraro and Mario Pescante and the IOC General Director Christophe de Kepper. The topics discussed during the summit, which lasted about two hours, included an update on the IOC Session... readmore
CONI
The 257th National Council of CONI met this afternoon at 15.00 in the Salone d’Onore of Foro Italico. The National Council discussed the following Agenda:   1) Approval of the minutes of the meeting of 19 December 2017: unanimously approved.   2) Statement by the President: Malagò opened discussions by... readmore
CONI
Carlo Mornati is the new Secretary General of the Italian National Olympic Committee. He takes the place of Roberto Fabbricini. Born in Lecco on 16 March, 1972, he is a Law graduate from the Sacro Cuore Catholic University of Milan with a degree in international studies (1998), attended a course in Australian Industrial... readmore
OLYMPIC GAMES
The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (Tokyo 2020) today unveiled their official Olympic and Paralympic mascots, following an evaluation of three shortlisted design sets by elementary schoolchildren across Japan and at Japanese schools overseas. Design Set A secured the largest number of... readmore
ROAD TO BEIJING 2022
The XXIII Olympic Winter Games ended as they began, under the banner of peace. The next appointment is in four years and will still be held in Asia with the Olympic flame passing to Beijing, China, which will return to enjoy the five-circled dream after having organised the summer edition.In the closing ceremony of... readmore
SHORT TRACK
Her sharp blades have made history again. Another gem that embellishes an infinite collection: this was an unbeatable Fontana. The Italian flag bearer, who had already taken the gold medal in the 500-metre race and the silver medal in the relay, bagged a bronze in the 1000 metres short track event, the only distance in... readmore
ALPINE SKIING
Women’s alpine skiing bows to super Sofia, who becomes the first Italian Olympic jet-propelled woman, transforming a dream into shining gold. Goggia won the downhill race at the Olympic Games in PyeongChang, giving Italy its ninth medal and thus bettering the number of medals bagged in Sochi 2014. This was Italy’s third... readmore

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