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She graduated in Economics from the Luiss University of Rome. In 1994 she joined La Stampa, where she manages the society sector of this daily newspaper. As a correspondent, she covered several tragic events and relevant incidents from many parts of the world, published important news stories and society reports: the tsunami, earthquakes, great trials, royal weddings and international festivals. In 2009 she was awarded a prize for literature and journalism at the Capitolium in Rome.
In 2018 she won the Taoaward for Fashion Journalism in Taormina. In 2019 she was awarded the “Città dei Sassi” prize in Matera and the “Lucio Colletti” prize for culture at the Campidoglio.
The first issue of the biweekly magazine Sciare, dedicated to skiing and winter sports, was released in Milan three years before (on 1st December 1966). At the age of seven, his father Massimo (founder of Sciare) took him to see the Italian Alpine Ski Championship. The entire team of the Italian national alpine ski team, the so-called Valanga Azzurra, was there. He returned home and decided that there is nothing better than skiing. At the age of 14, he became the delivery guy of the editorial staff, at 16 he wrote a column dedicated to stickers, at 19 he became a member of the editorial team, at the age of 21, he divided his time between ski gear and the Ski World Cup. In 1987 he invented the buying guide Guida Tecnica all’Acquisto, in 1988 the snowboard magazine OnBoard. In 1997 he set up the website www.sciaremag.it, in 1998 he created the Fis Carving Cup with Giulio Rossi. After 8 world championships and 5 Olympic games, in 2001 he became the director of the magazine, a position he still holds today.
Luca Castaldini was born in Parma in 1971. He is journalist, senior editor at Sportweek, a sporting weekly that comes with La Gazzetta dello Sport. Rugby, mountains (in all its variations) and football are his main passions.