Daniele Scarpa (born January 3, 1964 in Venice) is an Italian sprint canoer who competed from the mid-1980s to 1997. Competing in four Summer Olympics, he won two medals at Atlanta in 1996 with a gold in the K-2 1000 m and a silver in the K-2 500 m events.
Scarpa also won five medals at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships with two golds (K-2 500 m and K-2 1000 m: both 1995), two silvers (K-2 1000 m: 1993, 1994), and a bronze (K-2 10000 m: 1985).
He quit the national team in 1997 to what he claimed was widespread doping. Scarpa also was elected to the local government as a member of the Greens Party.
Scarpa married the paralympian archer Sandra Truccolo in 2007 and they offer canoeing courses.
- 1936: Austria (Adolf Kainz, Alfons Dorfner)
- 1948: Sweden (Hans Berglund, Lennart Klingström)
- 1952: Finland (Kurt Wires, Yrjö Hietanen)
- 1956: Germany (Michel Scheuer, Meinrad Miltenberger)
- 1960: Sweden (Gert Fredriksson, Sven-Olov Sjödelius)
- 1964: Sweden (Sven-Olov Sjödelius, Gunnar Utterberg)
- 1968: Soviet Union (Aleksandr Shaparenko, Volodymyr Morozov)
- 1972: Soviet Union (Nikolai Gorbachev, Viktor Kratasyuk)
- 1976: Soviet Union (Serhei Nahorny, Vladimir Romanovsky)
- 1980: Soviet Union (Vladimir Parfenovich, Sergei Chukhray)
- 1984: Canada (Hugh Fisher, Alwyn Morris)
- 1988: United States (Greg Barton, Norman Bellingham)
- 1992: Germany (Kay Bluhm, Torsten Gutsche)
- 1996: Italy (Daniele Scarpa, Antonio Rossi)
- 2000: Italy (Antonio Rossi, Beniamino Bonomi)
- 2004: Sweden (Markus Oscarsson, Henrik Nilsson)
- 2008: Germany (Andreas Ihle, Martin Hollstein)
- 2012: Hungary (Rudolf Dombi, Roland Kökény)