Chartered journalist since 1984, I have always been involved in sports, particularly cycling. It could not have been otherwise for someone born in Paglieta (Chieti) who hosted ten arrival stages of the Tirreno-Adriatico. Winners include,among others, Roger De Vlaeminck (1977), Franco Bitossi (1978), Vittorio Algeri (1979), Moreno Argentin (1983, 1987, 1992), the Swiss Erich Mächler (1988), twice Paolo Bettini (1999, 2004), Oscar Freire (2006). I made my debut at Guerin Sportivo as editorial secretary thanks to Serena Zambon and Italo Cucci; then I spent three years as Head of Sport at Il Centro before moving to Corriere dello Sport on the eve of the 1990 World Cup. Here, I did everything: about fifteen years of cycling, I have been soccer reporter for Cagliari Calcio and I ended my career following the sports policy of CONI. I like all sports, because thanks to sport I have always had a lot of fun and I want to continue for a very long time.
Disappointed by soccer, which I stopped following after the death of Gigi Meroni, I dedicated myself to mountaineering and cross-country skiing, slowly but with a steady pace, up to 4,000 m and more. Graphic designer by profession, with the same passion I was in charge for years of the chronicle on the local newspaper. Afterwards, I went up to the international press thanks to the World Youth Day, that I have followed for thirty years and thanks to which I have traveled all over the world. I have written about everything in my life, from the history of the Opinel Museum to the concept of truth in William of Ockham, why not about sport?
The Sportopolis association was conceived from the mind of a group of sports enthusiasts. Sportopolis aims to promote sports culture as a privileged tool to support social development, cultural development and environmental sustainability.