100 years ago, Primo Nebiolo, the man who invented universities, was born

Turin – July 14th is an important date for world sport, as well as national and Turin: I was born on that very day, 100 years ago in 1923, Early Nebioloone of the most brilliant and influential executives in the history of global and national sports. Head of the Sports Center of the University of Turin From 1947 to 1999, The university was invented in 1959, an alternative and complementary event to the Olympics, which between the 1960s and 1970s recognized the new role played by university students on the world stage, extraordinary agents of change. The 1970 edition was very popular, after the 1968 Olympics, as Turin breathed a unique sense of freedom and community. In 1980, in the splendid setting of the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, the first edition of the Big ceremony for the International Association of Athletics Federations, the International Association of Athletics Federations, which was created to allow all athletes to participate in the same event—the year the Moscow Olympics saw a boycott of American athletes. These are two of the great ideas that have become reality born of the active intelligence and great diplomatic wisdom of Nebiolo, who will be remembered at an international conference in Rome next November, in the presence of the President of the National Congress Giovanni Malaghi and the President of the Council of Ministers. Sports and institutional offices for the entire nation.

The last of Primo Nebiolo’s gifts to Italy was the possibility of organizing in the heart of Turin, in the same streets in the center where in 1970 more than two thousand participants of the VI Summer Universiade suggestively staged the World Cross Country Championships. In the capital of Piedmont in March 1997, the World Cup in Race Walking held in Turin on October 12 and 13, 2002 and the launch of university sports in China, where the first university course was dedicated in Beijing in 1997 and then held in 2001.

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This is how CUS Torino President Riccardo D’Elicio recalls: “July 14 is a very important date for me and the entire CUS family. It is the centenary of the birth of Nebiolo, the man who personally taught me to love sports, especially university sports, and allowed me to have unparalleled experiences.” Ordinary. If today I am a passionate CEO, it is thanks to him. My mission is to strengthen our university system both nationally and internationally, and to love this institution that has united us and will always unite us. Thank you Nebiolo for the teachings you have given me.”

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