“I mainly use Nexus after training and races. Recovery is incredible. The photo-ioniser is a part of my daily life. My water bottle is always in the photo-ioniser. I advise using these garments with no doubts or fears”.
MAIN VICTORIES IN SKI MOUNTAINEERING
5 Italian titles
MAIN MOUNTAIN RUNNING RESULTS
12 times in the Italian team of which 9 times world champion in teams
MAIN ROAD RUNNING RESULTS
3 times in the national marathon team:
NATIONAL MARATHON TEAM AT THE OLYMPIC GAMES IN ATLANTA 1996
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Milesi Davide was born in Bergamo on 27/12/64.
He lives in Piazza Brembana (Bg)
Club C.S. Forestale
P.B. marathon 2h11’57’’, half marathon 1h02’07’’, 10,000 m. 29’26’’18
He began cross country ski racing in 1983 for the Fiamme Oro Moena sports centre. In August 1988 he moved to the State Forestry Corps sports centre for whom he is still racing.
*MAIN VICTORIES IN SKI MOUNTAINEERING
5 Italian titles, 7 Parravicini, 4 giri del Monviso, 8 Tre Rifugi, 8 Canin, 2 Transcavallo and all the most classic alpine routes in the Alps.
*MAIN MOUNTAIN RUNNING RESULTS
12 times in the Italian team of which 9 times world champion in teams (in 1988 and 1997 vice individual champion).
3 times European champion in teams (in 1995, 3rd individual)..
7 Italian relay titles
2 absolute Italian titles
1 absolute Italian Gran Fondo title
1 absolute Italian title in combined (cross, mountain, road, 10,000 m on track)
innumerable individual and relay victories in the most important national and international races from the “challenge stellina” to the tr. “terza punta” to the “resegone”(record holder) to the tr. “vanoni”(individual record) to the “scalata dello Zucco”,etc...
*MAIN ROAD RUNNING RESULTS
3 times marathon national team:
1st at the Mediterranean Games in Narbonne (France) in 1993 in 2h18’42’’ (still the games' best performance);
3rd in the World Cup in Athens in 1995 (world champion in teams);
NATIONAL MARATHON TEAM AT THE OLYMPICS IN ATLANTA 1996
MAIN MARATHON RESULTS:
1st Cesano Boscone in 1992;
6th Torino in 1993;
2nd Vienna in 1994;
5th Berlin in 1995;
1st Piacenza in 1996;
4th Carpi in 1996;
5th Vienna in 1997;
15th New York in 1997;
3rd Catania in 1998 (2h09’55’’ not homologated);
1st Assisi in 1999.
Italian team in 1994 at the World half marathon Championships in Brussels.
Italian team in 1994 for cross country running in Torino.
* Twice Italian team at the duathlon World Championships: in 2000 Calais (France);
in 2001 Rimini.
01.10.2006 In a pair with the Alpine Guide Michelangelo Oprandi Speed climbing Carona-Pizzo del Diavolo di Tenda 2914 m. Time made official by the Italian Timekeeper's Federation as 1h 49’ 48’’