Italy at the Paralympics

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Italy at the
Paralympics
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IPC codeITA
NPCComitato Italiano Paralimpico
Websitewww.comitatoparalimpico.it (in Italian)
Medals
Gold
165
Silver
193
Bronze
211
Total
569
Summer appearances
Winter appearances

Italy has sent delegations to the Summer Paralympics since the first games in 1960, and to the Winter Paralympics since 1980.

The Paralympic Games are a multi-sport event for athletes with physical and sensorial disabilities. This includes athletes with mobility disabilities, amputations, blindness, and cerebral palsy. The Paralympic Games are held every four years, following the Olympic Games, and are governed by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).

Medal Tables[edit]

Summer Games[edit]

  Host country

Games Athletes Gold Silver Bronze Total Rank
Italy 1960 Rome 65 29 28 23 80 1
Japan 1964 Tokyo ? 14 15 16 45 3
Israel 1968 Tel-Aviv 38 12 10 17 39 7
Germany 1972 Heidelberg 25 8 4 5 17 9
Canada 1976 Toronto ? 2 5 11 18 25
Netherlands 1980 Arnhem ? 6 5 9 20 20
United States 1984 Stoke M.-New York 61 9 19 14 42 21
South Korea 1988 Seoul 96 16 15 27 58 16
Spain 1992 Barcelona 88 10 7 18 35 17
United States 1996 Atlanta 69 11 20 14 45 14
Australia 2000 Sydney 63 9 8 10 27 18
Greece 2004 Athens 77 4 8 7 19 31
China 2008 Beijing 86 4 7 7 18 28
United Kingdom 2012 London 98 9 8 11 28 13
Brazil 2016 Rio de Janeiro 101 10 14 15 39 9
Total 153 173 204 530 12

Winter Games[edit]

  Host country (Italy)

GamesGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1980 Geilo0000
1984 Innsbruck0011
1988 Innsbruck3069
1992 Tignes-Albertsville0134
1994 Lillehammer07613
1998 Nagano34310
2002 Salt Lake City3339
2006 Turin*2248
2010 Vancouver1337
2014 Sochi0000
2018 Pyeongchang2215
Totals (11 games)14223066

Multiple medallists[edit]

These are official report of International Paralympic Committee. [1] Athletes in bold are athletes who are still competing.

# Athlete Years (no. of games) 1st place, gold medalist(s) 2nd place, silver medalist(s) 3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Total
1 Roberto Marson 1964-1976 (4) 16 7 3 26
2 Maria Scutti 1960 (1) 10 3 2 15
3 Anna Maria Toso 1960 (1) 8 10 2 20
4 Luca Pancalli 1984-1996 (4) 8 6 1 15
5 Alvise De Vidi 1988-2012 (7) 8 3 4 15
6 Franco Rossi 1960-1972 (4) 6 3 4 13
7 Paola Fantato 1992-2004 (4) 5 1 2 8
8 Alex Zanardi 2012-2016 (2) 4 2 0 6
9 Francesca Porcellato 1988-2016 (10) 3 3 6 12
10 Aldo Manganaro 1992-2008 (5) 3 2 4 9

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Multi-Medallists". paralympic.org. Retrieved 13 September 2012.

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