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List of Italian Americans in sports

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List of Italian Americans in sports

This is a List of Italian Americans in sports.

To be included in this list, the person must have a WorldHeritage article showing they are Italian American sports people or must have references showing they are Italian American sports people and are notable.


  • Athletes 1
  • Beach volleyball 2
  • Baseball 3
  • Basketball 4
  • Billiards players 5
  • Bodybuilders 6
  • Boxers 7
  • Figure skaters 8
  • American football 9
  • Golfers 10
  • Gymnastics 11
  • Horse racers 12
  • Ice hockey players 13
  • Ice hockey owners 14
  • Martial arts 15
  • Race car drivers 16
  • Skiing 17
  • Soccer 18
  • Swimmers 19
  • Tennis players 20
  • Wrestlers 21
  • See also 22
  • Notes 23
  • External links 24


Beach volleyball



Billiards players



Figure skaters

American football



Horse racers

Ice hockey players

Ice hockey owners

Martial arts

Race car drivers


  • Julia Mancuso (born 1984) alpine skier; won a gold medal in the Giant Slalom race at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin.



Tennis players


See also


  1. ^ [1] "Italian American boxer Tony Canzoneri"
  2. ^ [2] "'Cus' D'Amato (an eccentric Italian/American..."
  3. ^ [3] "ITALIAN IANNI: U.S. defender Patrick Ianni told reporters that this game will be interesting for him as he has a 75 percent Italian background. His grandparents are from Milan and Turin and he grew up an Italian soccer fan, cheering for AC Milan. "When I found out we were playing Italy I thought it was cool because of my background. It will be interesting, but the truth is it doesn’t really matter who we play really at this point. We just want to win."

External links

  • Famous Italians
  • List of famous Italian-Americans
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