Gianfranco Polvara

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Gianfranco Polvara (born January 29, 1958) was an Italian cross-country skier who competed from 1982 to 1995. He finished seventh in the 15 km event at the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary.

At the 1993 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Falun, Polvara finished fourth in the 50 km event. His best World Cup finish was third twice in 30 km events, both in 1991.

Further notable results:

  • 1981: 2nd, Italian men's championships of cross-country skiing, 50 km
  • 1982: 2nd, Italian men's championships of cross-country skiing, 50 km
  • 1982: 2nd, Italian men's championships of cross-country skiing, 30 km
  • 1984: 3rd, Italian men's championships of cross-country skiing, 50 km
  • 1985: 3rd, Italian men's championships of cross-country skiing, 30 km
  • 1988: 2nd, Italian men's championships of cross-country skiing, 30 km
  • 1990: 2nd, Italian men's championships of cross-country skiing, 30 km
  • 1991: 3rd, Italian men's championships of cross-country skiing, 15 km
  • 1992:
    • 2nd, Italian men's championships of cross-country skiing, 50 km
    • 3rd, Italian men's championships of cross-country skiing, 30 km
  • 1993: 1st, Italian men's championships of cross-country skiing, 50 km
  • 1994: 3rd, Italian men's championships of cross-country skiing, 30 km

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