Ruggero Alcanterini

Ruggero Alcanterini Country
Ruggero Alcanterini
Ruggero Alcanterini born in Rome on 12.11.1941. He is a well-known journalist. President of the Italian National Fair Play Committee (CNIFP) since 2005. He was European Fair Play Movement Executive Committee Member from 2012 to 2016. Since 2017 he is EFPM Honorary Member.

He was organizer, co-organizer of various sport events, such as:

  • World Athletics Championships - Rome (1987) V. President COL
  • European Athletics Championships - Rome (1974) Member of the C.O.
  • World Cup Athletics - Rome (1981) Member C.O.
  • Responsible and Co-Creator of the Opening Ceremonies and Closing In Mondovision (I Colori Dell'italia) for the World Athletics Championships In Rome (1987)
  • Research, Project And Realization of the Exhibition "Volando Al Traguardo", Promotional for the Candidacy of Rome for the 2004 Olympic Games, presented at "Roma Estate" in 1997
  • European Fair Play Congress in Udine (2006)
  • ISCA Congress In Rome (2001)
  • Author and Exclusive World Conductor of the Antarctica Crossing with Reinold Messner, Broadcast on Radio Uno RAI (1990)
  • Il Sesto Cerchio, Exhibition, video and book to Tell the Story of Social Sport in Italy from 1833 to 1996 - Creator of the Sesto Cerchio officially presented in Lausanne in CIO and represented live in Barcelona's Olympic Velodrome (1996 - 1997)
  • History of Sport in Piedmont on behalf of the region, in view of the Torino 2006 Winter Olympic Games (2000)
  • "Il Sesto Cerchio" Studies Center History of Sport, Customs, Folklore, Landscape and Popular Traditions in Italy and in the World Centro Studi, Documentation And Research "Altis" For CNIFP and Roma Olimpica 2020 (1995-2012) with the availability of iconography, prints and engravings since 1557.
  • European Fair Play Congress in Verona (2012)
  • Fair Play Award (Opera by Ugo Nespolo) at tania cagnotto on the occasion of EXPO Milano 2015
  • Communicate the Sport - training course for journalists
  • National Order of Journalists and Fym / sole 24ore (2016)
  • Ancient Domiziano Stadium - insertion in the dossier for the candidature of Rome at the XXXIII Olympic Games 2024 (2015 - 16)
  • Mediterranean Fair Play Award - Rome 2017

Main National / International Extra-professional Experiences

  • Secretary General, Vice President and President of the Italian National Fair Play Committee since 2000, re-elected President in 2017 until 2020.
  • President of the CONI Coordination Committee of the National Sports Meritorious Associations for the four-year period 2005 - 2008
  • Founder, V. President and lifetime member of the ISCA Executive (International Sport and Culture Association) based in Copenhagen, 150 Associations in 90 countries, over 55 million members. since 1994
  • Founder, Secretary General and Member of the Executive of the Confederation Europenne Sport Santè, based in Barcelona (45 Associations in 38 European countries) since 1995
  • Founder and Member of the Italian Historical Sports Association based in Florence, since 2002
  • National Councilor, Member of the Presidency, National Fiduciary Sector of the Italian Athletics Federation (1969 - 1988)
  • Vice President of the Organizing Committee of the World Championships in Athletics - Rome (1987)
  • Member of the Organizing Committee of the European Light Athletics Championships - Rome (1974)
  • Director of CSIT (International Workers' Confederation of Workers) based in Brussels and Helsinki (1964 - 1997)
  • President of the Italian Federation of Sport for All (FIST) since 1998
  • V. President of the Italian Sports Technical Federation (FITeS) from 1998 to 2002
  • Member of the European Historical Sports Association since 1995
  • Member of the Italian Union of Olympic Sports Collectors
  • Member of the Italian Federation of Sport Executives (FIDIS) and President of the European Federation of Sport

Executives and Technicians (FIDITES) since 1998

  • Member of the Organizing Committee of the European Athletics Championships in Rome in 1974
  • President of Federballo Italia (Confederation of CISBA, ASIBA, CIBS and FIDAS Amateur Associations) from 1987 to 1991
  • Member of the Organizing Committee of the Athletics World Cup in Rome (1981)
  • Member of the Board of Directors of the European Union for Sport (UESPT) 1993-1997

Ruggero Alcanterini received numerous awards honoring his distinguished and tireless work:

  • Official Knight (1974) and Commendatore (1987) from the Italian Republic
  • Bronze Star (1975) of Silver (1984) and Golden (2000) to Sports Merit, from CONI
  • Diploma of Honor (2002) by the International Olympic Committee
  • Merit Oak of 1st, 2nd and 3rd degree (1974, 1983, 2006) from the Italian Federation of Athletics
  • "Apoxiomeno" career award (2012)
  • Member of the Medicean Academy (1985)
  • Member of Honor and Golden Badge of the International Sport and Culture Association (2005)
  • Silver plate of the National Order of Italian Journalists for the 50 Years of Profession (2017)