The International Disciplinary Commission is a disciplinary body instituted by the ISMF to implement disciplinary proceedings against member associations of ISMF, members of member associations of ISMF, ISMF licence holders, and any other person falling under the authority of ISMF’s disciplinary rules.
The International Disciplinary Commission is composed of five members as follow:
He has developed a strong educational background experiences in sports. He was actively involved in the organisation of the 3rd Ski Mountaineering World Championships, which took place in the Cuneo area in 2006. Thanks to this opportunity, he was elected ISMF General Secretary in 2011. He worked in close collaboration with the ISMF President Armando Mariotta until 2017, when the ISMF gave him the charge of General Manager, a role that guarantees coordination and strong cooperation with the ISMF President, the Board and the whole Staff.
Lluis Giner Arnabat is a mountaineer since 1976, while climber and alpinist since 1980. In the past he worked in different companies for sport management. He has been representative of FEDME in the UIAA Mountaineering Commission from 1999 to 2004, Member of the IFSC Management Committee in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and General Manager of 2007 IFSC Climbing World Championship. He is Member of the IFSC Event Commission since 2004 and Member of the European Council of Sport Climbing Executive Board since 2009. Lluis made many Ski mountaineering activities in Alps, like High Route Chamonix/Saas Fee (7 days), Grand Combin, Grand Paradiso, Strahlhorn, Breithorn and Pigne de Arolla. He is Technical Manager of FEDME since 1999 and part of the ISMF International Disciplinary Commission since 2016.
Marco Mapelli has been member of FISI's Council from 2010 until April 2018. He is FIS Technical Delegate for cross-country since 1996. He was two times Chief of competition of cross-country World Championship in Val di Fiemme (2003 and 2013), cross-country Race Secretary during Turin Olympic Winter Games in 2006 and President of the Jury for cross-country World Championship in Liberec (CZE). In addition, he has been Technical Delegate in several FIS cross-country World Cups. Moreover, he represented the FISI in FIS' Rules & Control sub commission for cross-country from 2004 until 2018. He is member of the ISMF International Disciplinary Commission since 2016.
Lanfranco Massimi is a cassation lawyer, graduated in law at the University of Rome - La Sapienza. He is a member of the Bar Association of L'Aquila, with a specialisation in sports law and economics achieved at the University of Teramo-Atri. He mainly carries out his activity in the field of rugby sport, is an AIC trustee and speaker in various training courses on contracts in the amateur sports field. He has an extensive experience in civil, criminal and tax controversy reached over the years. He is also an expert in public and private procurement, as well as President and Commissioner of mandatory consortia for 2009 post-earthquake reconstruction.
Former handball player, Lucio Correia studied Law in Lisbon and he is finishing his PhD in Law, in Madrid. A lawyer who has been working for different Law firms, he is also a University teacher in Sports Law. He was a member of the European Handball Federation Court of Appeal, he is still in the Discipline Councils for other National federations, and he wrote five books on Sports Law, among other published works. For some years now, he has been giving conferences on different issues of Sports Law and he is also a commentator on the subject for the Portuguese TV channel SIC.