News / 8.01.2015


Young, dynamic and ... ITALIANS. Here are the athletes of Livigno who will join the national teams competing in various disciplines like alpine ski, biathlon, cross-country ski and snowboard.

They are young, dynamic, aggressive and bring around the world the name of Livigno.  They are the winter sports athletes that Livigno has chosen as testimonial.  Roberto Nani, Jole Galli, Thomas Bormolini, Maurizio Bormolini, Saverio Zini, Nicolas e Thomas Bormolini, Simone Urbani  were born and raised in Livigno and are definitely  gaining ground on their disciplines.

“Thanks to them - says Luca Moretti, president of Apt Livigno – Livigno will have even more resonance among athletes and sports fans who follow international competitions. Tourism linked to sport activities represents an important target for us. Livigno is a great "outdoor gym", ideal for training at altitude both summer and winter. Thanks to the altitude, in autumn we are able to anticipate the winter sports season becoming a reference point for the National Teams. I also want to point out that these guys, young and full of enthusiasm, gave the country a breath of fresh air which involved many children and guys of the Ski Club Livigno”.

The athletes of Livigno posed on the playground of the snow-sculpture "Livin'Ice Park", made by local sculptors, near the cross-country track.

Roberto Nani (alpine ski )

Born on  14th December 1988 is a member of the Italian Alpine Ski team and is one of the top 15 giant slalom skier worldwide. He made his debut in the World Cup in 2011 and last year finished the season placing eighth in the giant slalom World Cup ranking. Best placings: 5th GS Lenzerheide (Sui) 2014, 5th GS Val d'Isere (Fra) 2013, 6th GS Alta Badia (Ita) 2014.

Jole Galli (alpine ski )

Born on  26th July 1995 is a Team C member of the  Italian Alpine Ski team. In 2014 she became the junior Italian champion of giant slalom. She is still considered one of the most promising Italian athlete.

Thomas Bormolini (biathlon)

He is member of the Under-26 Team B of the Italian Biathlon Team. During the the youth national championships he won the Pursuit and the Sprint race, in the same year at the Youth World  Championships he ranked 20th in Pursuit and 12th in the Sprint. At the National Championships of 2012 he finished 12th in the Sprint and 14th in the Pursuit. 2013 he reached the 12th place in  the Mass start and the 14th in Sprint. Last year he took part in the IBU Cup, placing 23th in the Pursuit in Martell valley and 23th in the Sprint in Ridnauntal.


Saverio Zini (biathlon)

Born on 11th June 1994 I member of the juniors  Italian Team . at the World Junior Championships 2013 he ranked 7th in the Sprint and 11th in the Pursuit, in the same year won the bronze medal in Sprint at the National Championships and in 2014 still a bronze medal in Mass Start at the Youth National Championships.

Maurizio Bormolini (snowboard)

Born on  24th February 1994, since 2011 is a member of the National Team series B of parallel. In 2014 he won the silver medal at the Junior World Championships PSL. In 2013 he became the Junior Italian Champion in GS and PSL.


Nicolas Bormolini (cross country)

Born on 4th August 1994, since 2012 he participates in international cross-country marathons. He is member of the Scame - Ski Trab Marathon Team Livigno with which he follows the Swix Ski Classic circuit. (70th placing at the Sgambeda Swix Ski Classic and 15th at Sgambeda Skating 22,5km)

Thomas Bormolini (cross country)

He is the twin brother of Nicolas, and with him is member of the Scame - Ski Trab Marathon Team Livigno In the latest edition of La Sgambeda Swix Ski Classic he ranked 60th, while in the Marathon race he finished the 22,5km short race at 17th place.

Simone Urbani (cross country)

Born on 19th June 1992 he was summoned by the Italian Team for the World Cup after the brilliant results in the Italian Cup and the 27the placing at the race on 21st December in Davos. We are following him closely.


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