|— Alpine skier —|
|Disciplines||Slalom, Giant Slalom, Combined, Parallel|
August 20, 1961 |
|World Cup debut||February 9, 1982|
|Teams||2 – (1985-1987)|
|Wins||2;– (1 SL, 1 P)|
Born in Zug, Switzerland he competed under Italian flag. He made his World Cup debut in February 1982. He won two World Cup races, one parallel and one slalom and has been on 4 World Cup podiums in total. On January 6, 1986 he won his first World Cup parallel slalom race in Vienna, Austria  and slalom in Madonna di Campiglio on December 1986.
- 2 wins (1 SL, 1 Parallel)
|1985-86||6 Jan 1986||Vienna||Parallel|
|1986-87||16 Dec 1986||Madonna di Campiglio||Slalom|
- NOTE: Ivano Edalini's win in parallel slalom in Vienna on January 6, 1986 is counted as World Cup victory only on FIS official site statistics. However official Ski-Database site doesn't count it as World Cup victory and is not counted in this statistics. And this event is also not listed in official statistics in number of total World Cup events since 1967.