Diane Gerencser (born January 27, 1972 in Geneva, Switzerland) is a retired competitive ice dancer who competed internationally for both Switzerland and Italy. She competed for Switzerland with Bernard Columberg and Alexander Stanislavov, and for Italy with Pasquale Camerlengo.
With Camerlengo, she placed 17th at the 1998 Winter Olympics and placed as high as 11th at the European Figure Skating Championships, which they achieved in 1997. With Columberg, she competed three times at the European and World Figure Skating Championships, with a highest placement of 15th at the 1991 Europeans. With Stanislov, her highest placement at an ISU Championship was 13th at the 1995 Europeans. She teamed up with Camerlengo in 1995 and competed for Italy with him until her retirement from competitive skating in 1998.
With Camerlengo 
|Winter Olympic Games||17th|
With Columberg 
|Skate Canada International||8th|
With Stanislavov 
|WD = Withdrew|
- Skatabase: 1990s Olympics
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- Skatabase: 1990s Europeans
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