Italian Volleyball Biography Introduction: Lorenzo Bernardi, Luigi Mastrangelo, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Mirka Francia, Pasquale Gravina

 
9781155930336: Italian Volleyball Biography Introduction: Lorenzo Bernardi, Luigi Mastrangelo, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Mirka Francia, Pasquale Gravina
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 145. Not illustrated. Chapters: Lorenzo Bernardi, Luigi Mastrangelo, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Mirka Francia, Pasquale Gravina, Andrea Gardini, Francesca Piccinini, Andrea Lucchetta, Andrea Sartoretti, Paolo Tofoli, Paola Cardullo, Elisa Togut, Ferdinando de Giorgi, Marco Bracci, Andrea Anastasi, Samuele Papi, Alessandro Fei, Luca Cantagalli, Simona Gioli, Jenny Barazza, Fabio Vullo, Venceslav Simeonov, Mirko Corsano, Alberto Cisolla, Franco Bertoli, Marco Meoni, Sara Anzanello, Lucilla Perrotta, Manuela Leggeri, Annamaria Solazzi, Darina Mifkova, Laura Bruschini, Andrea Ghiurghi, Anna Vania Mello, Daniela Gattelli, Giovanni Lanfranco, Francesco Dall'olio, Valerio Vermiglio, Paola Paggi, Cristian Savani, Matej Černič, Valentina Borrelli, Vigor Bovolenta, Valentina Fiorin, Paolo Cozzi, Michele Pasinato, Paola Croce, Pier Paolo Lucchetta, Giancarlo Dametto, Marco Negri, Marco Martinelli, Marco Bonitta, Paolo Nicolai, Leondino Giombini, Dio Lequaglie, Rachele Sangiuliano, Piero Rebaudengo, Giacomo Giretto, Giovanni Errichiello, Gilberto Passani, Paolo Vecchi, Guido de Luigi, Riccardo Lione, Eugenio Amore. Excerpt: Lorenzo Bernardi (born 11 August 1968) is an Italian volleyball player who was twice World champion with his national team in 1990 and 1994, and was elected "Volleyball Player of the Century" in 2001. Born in Trento, Bernardi started his long career in the 1980s, and was soon revealed as a multi-talented hitter and excellent passer. From 1985 he played with the Panini Modena club, who was then almost unbeatable in Italy. Bernardi won the Italian championship nine times with Modena and with Sisley Treviso, which he played for from 1990 to 2001. His first cap with Italian national volleyball team was on 27 May 1987: he played for a total of 306 times in "Azzurri" colours, winning two European gold medals (in 1989 and 1995), two Wo...

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