(1993, Torino, Italy)
In 2007, Ghisolfi participated in his first international competition: the IFSC European Youth Cup.
Both in 2010 and 2011, he won the bronze medal in Lead climbing at the IFSC World Youth Championships. He also participated in the IFSC World Championhips as a senior competitor, for all disciplines (lead, bouldring and speed) and placed tenth in the overall ranking.
On October 13, 2012 he first got on podium in the World Cup, obtaing a bronze medal in Xining, China. He obtained gold medals in the World Cup stages at Wujiang (China), in 2014, Xiamen (China), in 2016, and then again at Wujiang (China), in 2017.
He just ranked 2nd to the 2017 Lead Climbing World Cup.
On rock, he redpointed 9A+ (5.15a), onsighted 8B+ (5.14a). and climbed a 8B+ (V14) boulder.
On November 2, 2015 he first ascended Lapsusin Andonno (Italy), a 70 holds route for which he proposed a 9B (5.15b) grade for a total of 3 9B routes and some 20 routes above 9A.
He is now the strongest Italian climber, ever. He also won a Melloblocco edition.