Andrea Pavani

Andrea Pavani (born 11 November 1954 in Caracas, Venezuela) is an Italian curler.[1]

Andrea Pavani
 
Born (1954-11-11) 11 November 1954 (age 67)
Team
Curling clubCC Cortina, Cortina d'Ampezzo,
CC Tofane, Cortina d'Ampezzo
Career
Member Association Italy
World Championship
appearances
14 (1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1989, 1990)
European Championship
appearances
10 (1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1989)

At the international level, he is a 1979 European bronze medallist.

At the national level, he is a fourteen-time Italian men's champion curler.

TeamsEdit

Season Skip Third Second Lead Alternate Events
1972–73 Renato Ghezze Paolo da Ros Lino Mariani Maier Andrea Pavani WCC 1973 (9th)
1973–74 Renato Ghezze Lino Mariani Maier Roberto Zangara Andrea Pavani WCC 1974 (10th)
1975–76 Leone Rezzadore Andrea Pavani Enea Pavani Carlo Constantini ECC 1975 (8th)
Giuseppe Dal Molin Andrea Pavani Enea Pavani Leone Rezzadore WCC 1976 (5th)
1976–77 Giuseppe Dal Molin Andrea Pavani Enea Pavani Giorgio Vani ECC 1976 (8th)
Giuseppe Dal Molin Andrea Pavani Giancarlo Valt Enea Pavani WCC 1977 (7th)
1978–79 Giuseppe Dal Molin Enea Pavani Giancarlo Valt Andrea Pavani ECC 1978 (6th)
Giuseppe Dal Molin Andrea Pavani Giancarlo Valt Enea Pavani WCC 1979 (8th)
1979–80 Giuseppe Dal Molin Andrea Pavani Giancarlo Valt Enea Pavani ECC 1979  
Andrea Pavani (fourth) Giuseppe Dal Molin (skip) Giancarlo Valt Enea Pavani WCC 1980 (7th)
1980–81 Andrea Pavani (fourth) Giuseppe Dal Molin (skip) Giancarlo Valt Enea Pavani WCC 1981 (7th)
1981–82 Andrea Pavani Giancarlo Valt Enrico Alberti Enea Pavani WCC 1982 (6th)
1982–83 Andrea Pavani Enrico Alberti Giancarlo Valt Gianantonio Gillarduzzi ECC 1982 (13th)
1983–84 Andrea Pavani Franco Sovilla Giancarlo Valt Stefano Morona ECC 1983 (9th)
WCC 1984 (8th)
1984–85 Andrea Pavani Franco Sovilla Giancarlo Valt Stefano Morona ECC 1984 (9th)
WCC 1985 (7th)
1985–86 Andrea Pavani Franco Sovilla Fabio Alverà Stefano Morona ECC 1985 (12th)
Andrea Pavani Franco Sovilla Giancarlo Valt Stefano Morona Enea Pavani WCC 1986 (10th)
1986–87 Andrea Pavani Franco Sovilla Fabio Alverà Stefano Morona ECC 1986 (4th)
1988–89 Andrea Pavani Adriano Lorenzi Fabio Alverà Stefano Morona Stefano Zardini WCC 1989 (7th)
1989–90 Andrea Pavani Fabio Alverà Franco Sovilla Stefano Morona Stefano Zardini (WCC) ECC 1989 (9th)
WCC 1990 (9th)

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