Synonyms for bormolini or Related words with bormolini

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Examples of "bormolini"
Thomas Bormolini (born 29 August 1991) is an Italian biathlete. He competed in the 2014/15 world cup season, and represented Italy at the Biathlon World Championships 2015 in Kontiolahti.
In Category 1, Bulgaria's Nikolay Zlatkov was the inaugural champion, winning three events during the season. He won the championship by 35 points ahead of Italian driver Fulvio Giuliani, who also won three events. Third place in the championship went to Karl Schagerl of Austria, who won his home event of the Sankt Andrae. The remaining events were shared between Igor Drotár, Andreas Gabat, Raúl Borreguero, Tomasz Nagorski and Tiago Reis, while Fausto Bormolini won the last two events during the season, but was ineligible to score championship points. In Category 2, Václav Janík of the Czech Republic was crowned champion by 21 points ahead of Switzerland's Tiziano Riva with another Czech driver, Jiří Svoboda, edging out Simone Faggioli by half a point for third place in the final championship standings.
In Category 1, the championship was won by Macedonian driver Igor Stefanovski, for his first European title. Stefanovski won 8 of the 12 events to be held during the season, ultimately finishing 48.5 points clear of his closest rival Jaromír Malý. Another Czech driver, Jiří Los, finished in third place in the class championship, a further 18.5 points behind Malý; Los was the only championship regular to take a victory off Stefanovski, achieving his win at the Ecce Homo Šternberk on home soil. The remaining class victories were taken by António Nogueira at the Rampa Internacional da Falperra, Peter Jureňa at the Dobšinsky Kopec and the defending class champion, Tomislav Muhvić, on home soil at the final round, the Buzetski Dani. In Category 2, Simone Faggioli dominated the class, winning his sixth consecutive European title by going undefeated during the season; he won all 12 events to be held, of which 10 counted towards the championship standings. Thus, Faggioli finished 57.5 points clear of his nearest rival, compatriot Fausto Bormolini, while Dan Michl finished a further 31.5 points behind in third place.