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Venerdì, 07 Giugno 2013

50° Settecolli. History, stars, italian athletes and info

It is the 50th anniversary of The International Settecolli Trophy this year. This is a historical accomplishment which will be celebrated at the Stadio del Nuoto Foro Italico, location of the Olympic Games of 1960, of the European Championships in 1983, World Championships in 1994 and most recently, of the World Championships in 2009. Since 1963, this event is considered a “test” for those athletes who want to qualify for the world championships. The prestige of this competition lies in the variety of clubs attending it: 130 in total, including Italian and International ones with teams representing over 26 different countries.
The event, from the 13th to the 15th of June, will accommodate many international swimming champions These are: Ranomi Kromowidjojo, the Dutch Olympic Champion of the 50 and 100 freestyle ; Camille Muffat, French Olympic Champion in the 200 freestyle and Florent Manaudou, Olympic Champion in the 50 freestyle; Daniel Gyurta, the Hungarian Olympic Champion in 200 breastroke ; but also Brasilian Thiago Pereira and Russian Evgenij Korotyskin, both Olympic silver-medallists in, respectively, 400 medley and 100 butterfly. Amongst these there will be other Swimming Champions including Camille Lacourt, Coralie Balmy, Femke Heemskerk, Laszlo Cseh, Gergo Kiss e Zsuzsanna Jakabos. The Italian team, lead by Federica Pellegrini who will perform in backstroke, includes Italian Champions such as Ilaria Bianchi, Filippo Magnini, Fabio Scozzoli, Luca Dotto and Gregorio Paltrinieri. They will try to excite the audience of the Foro Italico with thrilling performances, trying to gain the last places available to complete the Italian National team that will participate at the 15th edition of the World Championships of Barcelona, planned from the 28th of July to the 4th of August.
The three days of races, with heats starting at 9am and finals at 5pm, will be live on Rai Sport 2. Thanks to the collaboration with FINP, the paralympeans 100m freestyle final, where Paralympic Champions Cecilia Camerini and Federico Morlacchi will compete, will also be transmitted.

”The 50th edition of the Settecolli trophy is important because it represents a fundamental phase for these athletes who have already qualified for the World Championships of Barcelona – explains the Technical Manager Cesare Butini – we will complete both the national team (for the World Championships at Barcellona and Universiade at Kazan) and the youth national team (for the European Youth Championships at Poznan) after the first qualifications at the Spring National Championships (see below for the athletes who have qualified). The objective is to confirm the team with those who have already approached the time at the past Spring National Championships in April and most importantly, check the condition for the relay races which have obtained the pass as a team rather than individual participants. This edition will be very important because the participants are all highly competitive. It will be a valid test especially for sprinters and mid-distance athletes. Unfortunately, some important athletes such as Paltrinieri, Detti and Mizzau, may not be in their ideal conditions, due to their current scholastic responsibilities. Passionate fans will be thrilled and excited especially in races like sprinting, with important athletes such as Dotto, Orsi, Gilot, Bousquet and Manaudou; breastroke with Scozzoli and Gyurta; butterfly between Korothyskin and Rivolta, medley between Verraszto, Cseh, Thiago Pereira, Turrini and Marin and 400 freestyle between Muffat and Pellegrini”.

But this year the Settecolli Trophy will not be only about swimming. Upon completion of the finals on Thursday afternoon, their will be space for an exhibition of the World champion and Olympic vice champion  “Settebello”. The Italian athletes, now training at the FIN center in Ostia from the 27th of May, will be divided in two teams for a scrimmage open to the public. The match will start at 8:00 pm and will be referee by Mario Bianchi and Stefano Riccitelli. It will be the end of the first phase of training, on Friday 14th of June, when Head Coach Alessandro Campagna will communicate who of the Italian athletes will participate at the Mediterranean Games scheduled from the 19th to the 26th of June, in Mersin, Turkey. 

Below, staff and athletes who have been called for Swimming National Team of the Federazione Italiana Nuoto, time schedule of the competitions, rules, and Italian athletes who have qualified for the World Championships.
The staff is composed by the Honorary President Salvatore Montella, the coordinator of research and studies Marco Bonifazi, the federal counselor Roberto Del Bianco, the Sports Director Maurizio Coconi, the Technical Director Cesare Butini, by FIN Coaches Fabrizio Bastelli, Walter Bolognani, Tamas Gyertyanffy, Stefano Morini, Andrea Palloni and Claudio Rossetto, by coaches Raffaele Avagnano, Branislav Dinic, Stefano Franceschi, Ivo Ferretti, Gianni Leoni, Massimiliano Lombardi and Massimo Meloni, by athletic fitness coaches Matteo Giunta and Marco Lancissi, by FIN doctors Lorenzo Marugo and Sergio Crescenzi, by physiotherapists Valentina Sacchi, Enrico Giorgi, Roberto Crisari and Emiliano Farnetani.
Women Athletes (26): Emanuela Albenzi (Team Lombardia MGM), Arianna Barbieri (Fiamme Gialle / NC Azzurra 91), Ilaria Bianchi (Fiamme Azzurre / NC Azzurra 91), Martina Caramignoli (Aurelia Nuoto), Diletta Carli (Tirrenica Nuoto), Elisa Celli (Pol. Comunale Riccione), Giulia De Ascentis (CC Aniene), Martina De Memme (Esercito / Nuoto Livorno), Elena Di Liddo (CC Aniene), Silvia Di Pietro (Forestale / CC Aniene), Ambra Esposito (Centro Ester Napoli), Erika Ferraioli (Esercito / Forum), Lisa Fissneider (Bolzano Nuoto), Elena Gemo (Forestale / CC Aniene), Michela Guzzetti (Esercito / Aquasport Rane Rosse), Laura Letrari (Esercito / Bolzano Nuoto), Chiara Masini Luccetti (Forestale / Esseci), Alice Mizzau (Fiamme Gialle / Plain Team Veneto), Alice Nesti (Esercito / Nuotatori Pistoiesi), Margherita Panziera (Veneto Banca Montebelluna), Federica Pellegrini (CC Aniene), Stefania Pirozzi (Fiamme Oro / CC Napoli), Alessia Polieri (Fiamme Gialle / Imolanuoto), Aurora Ponselè (CC Aniene), Carlotta Toni (RN Florentia), Carlotta Zofkova (Forestale / Imolanuoto).
Men Athletes (32): Luca Baggio (Fiamme Azzurre / CC Napoli), Flavio Bizzarri (Forestale / Larus Nuoto), Niccolò Bonacchi (Esercito / Nuotatori Pistoiesi), Gherardo Bruni (Nuoto Toscana Empoli), Piero Codia (CC Aniene), Andrea Mitchell D'Arrigo (Aurelia Nuoto), Gabriele Detti (Esercito / Team Lombardia MGM), Alex Di Giorgio (CC Aniene), Luca Dotto (Forestale / Larus Nuoto), Andrea Farru (Sport Full Time), Giacomo Ferri (Team Lombardia MGM), Matteo Furlan (Plain Team Veneto), Edoardo Giorgetti (CC Aniene), Fabio Laugeni (Larus Nuoto), Luca Leonardi (Fiamme Oro), Damiano Lestingi (CC Aniene), Gianluca Maglia (Fiamme Gialle), Filippo Magnini (Team Lombardia MGM), Luca Marin (CC Aniene), Matteo MIlli (CC Aniene), Marco Orsi (Fiamme Oro / Uisp Bologna), Gregorio Paltrinieri (Fiamme Oro / Coopernuoto), Francesco Pavone (Esercito / Andrea Doria), Mattia Pesce (Fiamme Oro / Forum), Stefano Mauro Pizzamiglio (Fiamme Oro), Samuel Pizzetti (Carabinieri / Nuotatori Milanesi), Luca Pizzini Carabinieri / Bentegodi), Matteo Rivolta (Team Insubrika), Michele Santucci (Fiamme Azzurre / Larus Nuoto), Fabio Scozzoli (Esercito / Imolanuoto), Andrea Toniato (Fiamme Gialle / Plain Team Veneto), Federico Turrini (Esercito / Nuoto Livorno).

TIMING OF THE EVENT
Heats of 10 lanes live on Rai Sport 2 from 9am to 11.45am.
Finals of 8 lanes live on Rai Sport 2 from 5pm to 18.45pm.

June 13th - morning
50 backstroke women
50 backstroke men
400 freestyle women
400 freestyle men
100 breaststroke women
100 breaststroke men
100 butterly women
100 butterly men
50 freestyle women
50 freestyle men
800 freestyle men
1500 freestyle women

June 13th - afternoon
50 backstroke women
50 backstroke men
400 freestyle women
400 freestyle men
100 breaststroke women
100 breaststroke men
100 butterly women
100 butterly men
50 freestyle women
50 freestyle men
800 freestyle men
1500 freestyle women

June 14th - morning
200 butterfly women
200 butterfly men Morning - Heats
100 backstroke women
100 backstroke men
400 medley women
400 medley men
100 freestyle women
200 freestyle men
50 breaststroke women
50 breaststroke men
800 freestyle women
1500 freestyle men

June 14th - afternoon
200 butterfly women
200 butterfly men
100 backstroke women
100 backstroke men
400 medley women
400 medley men
100 freestyle women
Paralympians 100 freestyle women
200 freestyle men
50 breaststroke women
50 breaststroke men

June 15th - morning
200 backstroke men
200 backstroke women
50 butterfly men
50 butterfly women
200 breaststoke men
200 breaststoke women
100 freestyle men
200 freestyle women
200 medley men
200 medley women

June 15th - afternoon
800 freestyle women
200 backstroke men
200 backstroke women
50 butterly men
50 butterly women
200 breaststoke men
200 breaststoke women
100 freestyle men
Paralympians 100 freestyle men
200 freestyle women
1500 freestyle men
200 medley women
200 medley men

THRILLING DUELS

June 13

50 baskstroke men
Camille Lacourt (Fra), Daniel Orzechowski (Bra), Mirco Di Tora (Ita)

400 freestyle women
Camille Muffat (Fra), Coralie Balmy (Fra), Federica Pellegrini (Ita), Zsuzsanna Jakabos (Hun)

400 sl maschi
Gergo Kis (Hun), Samuel Pizzetti (Ita), Gabriele Detti (Ita)

100 breaststroke men
Fabio Scozzoli (Ita), Daniel Gyurta (Hun), Mattia Pesce (Ita)

100 butterfly women
Ilaria Bianchi (Ita), Martina Granstroem (Swe), Louise Hansson (Swe), Zsuzsanna Jakabos (Hun)

100 butterfly men
Evgeny Korothyskin (Rus), Mattia Rivolta (Ita), Laszlo Cseh (Hun)

50 freestyle women
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (Ned), Inge Dekker (Ned), Femke Heemskerk (Ned)

50 freestyle men
Florent Manaudou (Fra), Frederick Bousquet (Fra), Fabien Gilot (Fra), Luca Dotto (Ita), Marco Orsi (Ita), Sergey Fesikov (Rus)

June 14

200 butterfly women
Zsuzsanna Jakabos (Hun), Martina Granstroem (Swe), Stefania Pirozzi (Ita)

100 backstroke men
Camille Lacourt (Fra), Vitaly Melnikov (Rus), Daniel Orzechowski (Bra), Mirco Di Tora (Ita)

400 medley women
Zsuzsanna Jakabos (Hun), Evelyn Verraszto (Hun), Stefania Pirozzi (Ita)

400 medley men
David Verraszto (Hun), Laszlo Cseh (Hun), Thiago Pereira (Bra), Luca Marin (Ita)

100 freestyle women
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (Ned), Inge Dekker (Ned), Femke Heemskerk (Ned), Camille Muffat (Fra)

200 freestyle men
Sebastiaan Verschuren (Ned), Gregory Mallet (Fra), Filippo Magnini (Ita)

50 breaststroke men
Fabio Scozzoli (Ita), Mattia Pesce (Ita), Florent Manaudou (Fra), Joao Gomes (Bra)

1500 freestyle women
Gregorio Platriniei (Ita), Gabriele Detti (Ita), Gergo Kis (Hun)

June 15

200 backstroke women
Evelyn Verraszto (Hun), Federica Pellegrini (Ita)

50 butterfly men
Florent Manaudou (Fra), Frederick Bousquet (Fra), Matteo Rivolta (Ita)

50 butterfly women
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (Ned), Inge Dekker (Ned), Ilaria Bianchi (Ita)

100 freestyle men
Sebastiaan Verschuren (Ned), Filippo Magnini (Ita), Florent Manaudou (Fra), Luca Dotto (Ita), Frederick Bousquet (Fra), Sergey Fesikov (Rus)

200 freestyle women
Camille Muffat (Fra), Coralie Balmy (Fra), Federica Pellegrini (Ita), Zsuzsanna Jakabos (Hun), Femke Heemskerk (Ned)

200 medley men
David Verraszto (Hun), Laszlo Cseh (Hun), Thiago Pereira (Bra), Federico Turrini (Ita)

200 medley women
Zsuzsanna Jakabos (Hun), Evelyn Verraszto (Hun), Stefania Pirozzi (Ita)


MARIO SAINI TROPHY
A ranking per nation will be created based on the results of all the races of the 50th Settecolli Competition, in order to assign the annual Trophy dedicated to Mario Saini. The scores will work as follows: 7 points to the Winning Team, 5 points to the 2nd team, 4 points to the 3rd team, 3 points to the 4th, 2 points to the 5th, and 1 point to the sixth team. In case of parity, the points will be divided amongst the competitors; each athlete will be given the points attributed to his/her position. For each nation, a maximum of five athletes with the highest points will be considered (indifferently of men or women). The Trophy “Mario Saini” will be assigned to the Nation with the highest sum of points; in case of parity the Trophy will be assigned to the Nation with the highest average of points per athlete. In case Italy wins, the trophy will be assigned to the club in the final ranking with the higher fraction of scores.

PRIZE MONEY
Prize money will be assigned to each race in the following way: 500 euros to the gold medallist, 300 euros to the silver medallist, and 200 euros to the bronze medallist for a total of 26.000 euros. Each new record of the sport event (in a final) will be rewarded with 500 euros. The prize money of the sport event is of 53.000 euros.

ITALIAN ATHLETES QUALIFIED FOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN INDIVIDUAL RACES
50 freestyle Marco ORSI 21”98
100 freestyle Luca DOTTO 48”46
200 freestyle Federica PELLEGRINI 1’56”51
800 freestyle Gregorio PALTRINIERI 7’48”22 and Gabriele DETTI 7’48”43
1500 freestyle Gregorio PALTRINIERI 14’55”10 and Gabriele DETTI 14’58”78
200 backstroke Federica PELLEGRINI 2’08”05
100 butterfly Ilaria BIANCHI 58”14
100 butterfly Matteo RIVOLTA 51”70
50 breastroke Mattia PESCE 27”32 and Fabio SCOZZOLI 27”38
100 breastroke Fabio SCOZZOLI 59”77
200 medley Federico TURRINI 1’58”86
400 medley Stefania PIROZZI 4’39”79
400 medley Federico TURRINI 4’11”55

RELAY RACES AND QUALIFIED ITALIAN ATHLETES
4x100 men’s freestyle with Luca DOTTO 48”46
4x200 men’s freestyle
4x200 women’s freestyle with Federica PELLEGRINI 1’56”51 and Alice MIZZAU 1’58”67
4x100 women’s medley with Federica PELLEGRINI (100 backstroke in 1’00”69) and Ilaria BIANCHI (100 butterfly in 58”14)
4x100 men’s medley with Luca DOTTO (100 freestyle in 48”46), Matteo RIVOLTA (100 butterfly in 51”70) and Fabio SCOZZOLI (100 breastroke in 59”77)