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Renato Di Rocco (59) has been elected the new president of the Italian Cycling Federation (FCI) for...
Renato Di Rocco (59) has been elected the new president of the Italian Cycling Federation (FCI) for the next four years. The director of the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) received 209 votes against Marco Toni's 160 and Simone Molinaroli's 6. "I am happy with this mandate, but the difficult work starts now," said Di Rocco in his acceptance speech. "The people have asked for a Federation that is united and credible, and I will work to achieve this."
The remainder of FCI's council was also determined: Davide D'Alto, Dino Sechi and Giovanni Duci (vice presidents); D'Agrò, Pozzani, Riva, Baratto, Guzzi (delegates); Daniela Fusar Poli, Alessandra Cappellotto and Marco Pinotti (athletes representatives); and Daniela Isetti (team representative).