Age No Barrier: Scozzoli, 30, Ceccon, 17, Take Italian Crowns & Race Into World Top 10

Fabio Scozzoli and Thomas Ceccon - 13 years apart - but one thing in common today: both are Italian senior champions - main image by Patrick B. Kraemer, inset federnuoto

Winning form ran along a wide age band on the second day of action at Italian nationals in Riccione today: after Thomas Ceccon, just 17, cracked 54sec to claim his first senior title in the 100m backstroke, the evergreen Fabio Scozzoli was there to show that the 30-something club is open for business

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Winning form ran along a wide age band on the second day of action at Italian nationals in Riccione today: after Thomas Ceccon, just 17, cracked 54sec to claim his first senior title in the 100m backstroke, the evergreen Fabio Scozzoli was there to show that the 30-something club is open for business

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