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Carlo Simionato

Carlo Simionato
Personal information
Nationality Italian
Born (1961-07-01) July 1, 1961 (age 53)
Ravenna, Italy
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Weight 66 kg (146 lb)
Sport
Country Italy Italy
Sport Athletics
Event(s) Sprint
Club Pro Patria Milano
Achievements and titles
Personal best(s)
  • 100 m: 10.34 (1985)
  • 200 m: 20.53 (1983)

Carlo Simionato (born 1 July 1961 in Ravenna) is a retired Italian sprinter who specialised in the 100 and 200 metres.

He won seven medals at the International athletics competitions, all of these with national relays team.[1]

Biography

At the World Championships in Helsinki in 1983 he finished seventh in the 200 metres final and won a silver medal with the relay team. He also finished fourth in 4x100 m relay at the 1982 European Championships, and won a bronze medal in 200 m at the 1983 Mediterranean Games.

On the national level he was the Italian 200 metres champion in 1982 and 1985, as well as 100 metres champion in 1985.[2] He won the Italian indoor 200 metres in 1984.[3] His personal best 200 metres time was 20.53 seconds, achieved in August 1983 in Riccione.[4] His personal best 100 metres time was 10.34 seconds, achieved in July 1985 in Ravenna.[5]

Achievements

Year Competition Venue Position Event Time Notes
1983 World Championships Finland Helsinki 2nd 4x100 m relay 38.37
Mediterranean Games Morocco Casablanca 1st 4x100 m relay 38.76 [6]
3rd 200 metres 20.63w [6]
European Cup United Kingdom London 1st 4x100 m relay 38.86
1985 European Cup Soviet Union Moscow 3rd 4x100 m relay 38.88
1991 Mediterranean Games Greece Athens 1st 4x100 m relay 39.12 [6]
European Cup Germany Frankfurt 3rd 4x100 m relay 38.89

National championships

He has won 4 times the individual national championship.[7][8]

  • 1 win in the 100 metres (1985)
  • 2 wins in the 200 metres (1982, 1985)
  • 1 win in the 200 metres indoor (1984)

See also

  • Italian all-time lists - 200 metres
  • Italy national relay team

References

External links

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