Niccolo (Nicco) Campriani is a former Italian sport shooter and a three times Olympic champion between London 2012 and Rio 2016. In his sport career, which lasted sixteen years, he fired over 400,000 shots, the last of which was at the Olympic final in Rio 2016. As a NCAA student-athlete, Nicco became a nominee for the Capital One Academic All-America First Team in 2011: among the top 15 student-athletes in America’s colleges. Afterward, as a Sport Engineer, he had the chance to work for Ferrari and designed and developed his own air rifle, the same prototype that he used to win the gold medal at Rio 2016. Nicco is currently working at the International Olympic Committee as Senior Sports Intelligence Manager, and in his spare time he trains a trio of refugee athletes, helping them to reach the minimum qualifying score for Tokyo 2020.