Rome 1960 "Roma" Hoodie

CHF 54.90 (EUR 48.30) (USD 57.10)
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Rome finally got its chance to stage the Olympic Games, more than 100 years after Italy had to abandon hosting the Games because of the 1908 eruption of Vesuvius.

In 1960, the Italians made the most of their ancient history, holding the wrestling competition in the Basilica of Maxentius and gymnastics in the Caracalla Baths.

The Games were notable for the first appearance of Ethiopian runner Abebe Bikila, who was mocked for running barefoot but took gold in the marathon – the first black African Olympic champion. Another gold-winning debut Olympian was Cassius Clay, later known as Muhammad Ali.

Revisit Rome 1960 with this officially licensed 80% cotton/20% polyester full-zip hoodie, decorated on the front with “ROMA” in appliqué and an embroidered “60”.

The shoulder is embroidered with the Italian Coat of Arms, and on the back is a high-density print of the stunning 1960 Games emblem – Rome’s mythical founders, the brothers Romulus and Remus, being nursed by a wolf after being abandoned as children, set above the Olympic rings.

Each purchase supports the Olympic Movement – so as well as looking good you can take pride in the knowledge that your purchase helps the world’s greatest sporting event.

reference : HDIRO60XP
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