The twin brothers Vittorio and Gianni Bisso (sons of Luigi Bisso, owner of the well known restaurant of Recco“Da o Vittorio) pose withthelegendary players of Pro Recco Eraldo Pizzo and Franco Lavoratori, on the occasion of the gold medal won at Rome, 1960 Olympics.
Luigi Bisso, owner of the well known restaurant of Recco“Da o Vittorio”receives thelegendary players of Pro Recco Eraldo Pizzo and Franco Lavoratori, on the occasion of winning the gold medal at Rome, 1960 Olympic Games.
The town of Recco receives the legendary players of Pro Recco Franco Lavoratori (into the boat at the right) and Eraldo Pizzo (into the boat at the left),winners ofgold medal with the Italian National team at Rome, 1960 Olympic Games.
The well known restaurant of Recco “Da o Vittorio” receives the legendary players of Pro Recco Franco Lavoratori and Eraldo Pizzo,winner ofgold medal with the Italian National team at Rome, 1960 Olympic Games.
Another picture of the team of Pro-Recco, winner of the Italian Championship in 1959. Standing L-R: Antonio Ferro (President and vice Mayor of Recco), Eugenio Merallo, Gianguerrino Giraldi, Mario Cevasco, Matteo Beraldo (Mayor of Recco), Enrico Guidotti, Mrs. Norrish, Piero Pizzo (Coach), Ettore Zanoni (Official).Squatting L-R:Angelo Maraschi, Franco Lavoratori, Eraldo Pizzo.
The team of Pro-Recco winner of their first Italian Championship in 1959.Standing L-R: Enrico Guidotti, Lino Repetto, Ettore Zanoni (Official), Angelo Maraschi, Antonio Ferro (President), Franco Lavoratori, Eugenio Merello.Squatting L-R:Gianguerrino Giraldi, Mario Cevasco, Pierro Pizzo (Coach), Eraldo Pizzo.
The representative team of Liguria, Italy that took part at the International tournament held in Alghero of Sardinia in September 1978.Standing L-R:Rebagliati, Porrata, Consiglio, Bortoletto, Crovetto, Mostes, Ragosa, Ferrari, Bruzzone. Squatting L-R: Ambrosino, Damonte, Sciaccero, Mitta, Bragantini, Morotti, Casati.
Group photo of coaches of the representative teams of Sardinia, Liguria and Cataluña (Spain) that took part at the International tournament in Alghero of Sardinia in 1978.Standing L-R:Gianni Lastrico, ??, Victor Lázaro (Spain), Genís Rico (Spain), Renzo Zonari, Sergio Faraggi. Squatting L-R:??, Lucio Pisani, Morotti.
Aleksandar Cosa Seifert the legendary coach of Mladost Zagreb winner of the 1967, 1968, 1969 and 1971 European Club Championship while coaching his players and future successful Coaches Ivo Trumbic (Nr.2) and Ozren Bonacic (Nr.3). Seifert was the coach of the Yugoslav National team winner of the bronze medal at the 1966 European Championships in Utrecht and the first gold medal for Yugoslavia at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City.
The team of VK Jadran Split that took part in the National Championship of 1935 composed from: Miro Mihovilovic, Filip Bonacic, Branko Petrone, Vojko Pavicic, Ivo Giovanelli, Krsto Pasinovic, Niko Nonkovic.