Franco Ciampitti was a journalist and writer. His most famous work was a football novel from the 1930s, The 90th Minute, for which he won the Italian Football Federation Award in 1932. He was a careful chronicler of the 1934 World Cup and participated, always as a special envoy for the "Morning," at the 1936 Berlin Olympics, where his novel Circles was chosen to represent Italian sports fiction.
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