Italian Olympic Committee

Italian Olympic Committee

The Italian Olympic Committee ( _it. Comitato Olimpico Nazionale Italiano, CONI), founded in 1914, is the national Olympic committee in Italy for the Olympic Games movement. It is a non-profit organisation that selects teams, and raises funds to send Italian competitors to Olympic events organised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).


*Carlo Compans de Brichanteau (1914 - 1920)
*Carlo Montù (1920 - 1921)
*Francesco Mauro (1921 - 1923)
*Aldo Finzi (1923 - 1925)
*Lando Ferretti (1925 - 1928)
*Augusto Turati (1928 - 1930)
*Icilio Bacci (1930 - 1931)
*Leandro Arpinati (1931 - 1933)
*Achille Starace (1933 - 1939)
*Rino Parenti (1939 - 1940)
*Raffaele Manganiello (1940 - 1943)
*Alberto Bonacossa (1943)
*Ettore Rossi (1943 - 1944)
*Puccio Pucci (1944)
*Giulio Onesti (1944 - 1978)
*Franco Carraro (1978 - 1987)
*Arrigo Gattai (1987 - 1993)
*Mario Pescante (1993 - 1998)
*Bruno Grandi (1998 - 1999)
*Giovanni Petrucci (1999 - current)

See also

* Italy at the Olympics

External links

* [ Official site] it icon

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