Italian national squash team
|Statistics at world championships|
|best result||7th place (2009)|
|Last update of the infobox: July 2015|
The Italian squash national team is the entirety of the squash squash federation Federazione Italiana Giuoco Squash . In it you will find Italian athletes who represent their country in both individual and team competitions nationally and internationally in squash .
Italy took in 1989 for the first time at a World Cup in part and ended the tournament on rank 22.. With an interruption in 1993, further participations followed in 1991 , 1995 and 1997 , with a new record in 1991 with 16th place. In 2003 , 2009 and 2011 , Italy also took part in the World Cup. In both 2009 and 2011 the team reached the quarter-finals, in 2009 they finished the tournament in seventh place. In the last participation in 2011, the disqualification took place after Stéphane Galifi gave a positive doping test during the tournament. Italy originally came in 6th place.
At the European Championships , which have been held annually since 1973, Italy has so far reached the semi-finals. In 2011 the team won bronze after a semi-final defeat against France and a victory in the game for third place against the Netherlands . The 2011 squad included Stéphane Galifi, Davide Bianchetti , Marcus Berrett , Amr Swelim , Andrea Torricini and Mirko Pareccini .
When they last played in 2011 , the Italian team consisted of the following players:
|rank||Surname||Date of birth|
|1.||Stéphane Galifi||January 14, 1978|
|2.||Davide Bianchetti||March 8, 1977|
|3.||Marcus Berrett||23rd September 1975|
|4th||Amr Swelim||June 7, 1984|
|1997||Petaling Jaya||Group stage||22nd||4th||2|
|2019||Washington, DC||not participated|
|total||7/26 participations||0 tracks||24||22nd|
- ↑ Italy's squash No 1 Stephane Galifi suspended by federation after positive drugs test , telegraph.co.uk. Retrieved April 5, 2013.
- ↑ WSF Instant Update, Issue 38 - May / June 2012 ( Memento from March 4, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) (PDF; 415 kB), worldsquash.org, page 7. Accessed April 5, 2013.