Andreoli elected athlete rep on Italian Olympic Committee national council
Reigning European Games Champion Tatiana Andreoli has been elected as one of the nine athletes’ representatives on the national council of the Italian Olympic Committee. It is the first time in history that an archer will sit on the council.
Andreoli received the third number of votes, with 51, in the election held during elected during an assembly on 13 April in Rome, Italy. She was only behind rower Filippo Mondelli, who received 54, and basketball player Raffaella Masciadri on 52.
“I am very excited to have been elected and I am really happy to be the first archer to represent our federation in the national council,” said Andreoli.
“Although I am still young, I know the needs of athletes and, by taking on this role, I would like to give our discipline greater weight in the world of Italian sport.”
The 22-year-old recurve archer, who is currently ranked 11th in the world, won the junior individual and team indoor world titles in 2014 on her international debut. A multiple continental and world champion – both outdoor and indoor, individual and team – in the youth division, her biggest senior result so far is the European Games individual title won in Minsk in 2019.