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Spotlights, flashes and applause for a “never as successful as in 2017” Italian sport. The Golden Collars awards, the movement’s greatest honours, have become the focus of a day that has seen the excellence of the Olympic and Paralympic movement on parade in the Salone delle Armi, live on Rai2 television, with the Prime... readmore
CONI
The 255th National Council of CONI met this afternoon at 15.00 in the Salone d’Onore of Foro Italico. Before the meeting prizes were awarded to the winners of the 6th edition of the “Onesti nello Sport” Competition, promoted by the Giulio Onesti Foundation in cooperation with CONI and MIUR, linking human and social values... readmore
CONI
The 2017 Holy Mass for Athletes was celebrated today at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross. The Eucharistic celebration was led by Vicar General of Rome, Monsignor Angelo De Donatis. In attendance were the President of CONI, Giovanni Malagò, the General Secretary, Roberto Fabbricini, the Vice-General Secretary, Carlo Mornati,... readmore
WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES
  Her expression speaks of singular emotions far beyond the solemnity of the Quirinal Palace, which makes for an exceptional setting. Because it shines with the magic of a unique day, alive with memories of a lifetime cherished by the soul, the Tricolore held proudly, and her mind already on 9 February. Circled in... readmore
OFFICIAL OUTFITTER
EA7 Emporio Armani will be the official outfitter of the 2018 Italian Olympic and Paralympic teams for the Winter Games in Pyeongchang. This is a continuation of the collaboration between Giorgio Armani, CONI and the Paralympic Committee, which began at the London 2012 Games and continued at the Winter Games in Sochi in... readmore
BORN AMBASSADOR TEAM
The President of CONI, Giovanni Malagò, this morning took part, in the showroom of Toyota Italia, in the Italian launch of the corporate initiative “Start Your Impossible”, Toyota’s first global campaign, widespread throughout the world and inspired to the partnership with the Committees of the next Olympic and Paralympic... readmore
CURLING
Italy’s Curling Team make history and fly to PyeongChang. The National Men’s team, trained by Soren Gran and featuring Joel Retornaz (skip, Sporting Club Pinerolo), Amos Mosaner (third, Aeronautica Militare), Simone Gonin (second, Sporting Club Pinerolo), Daniele Ferrazza (lead, Curling Cembra) and... readmore
CONI
Thirty years after the final of the World Championship of 1990, Rome will again host a symbolic match in international football: the opening match of the 2020 European Football Championship. It is a historic occasion, on the 60th anniversary of the continental tournament which will involve 12 European cities. The official... readmore
IN ROME
Beyond the spotlight of the Olympic Games where legends are made, their legacy lives on. In the new Olympic Channel original series, Legends Live On, Olympic heroes show how they are translating their success into careers and inspiring future generations.   Legends Live On premieres today, Friday, 1 December on the... readmore
NIELS NYGAARD VICE PRESIDENT
Janez Kocijančič has been elected permanent President of the European Olympic Committees (EOC) by acclamation to replace Patrick Hickey today. Kocijančič, the 76-year-old Slovenian who has served as acting President since August 2016, was uncontested for the position at the body's General Assembly here.Niels Nygaard of... readmore

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