|Full name||Valeriano Pompeo Maurizio Arri|
June 22, 1892|
|Died||July 2, 1970(aged 78)|
|Club||US Barriera Nizza Torino|
|Achievements and titles|
|Personal best(s)||Marathon – 2:36:33 (1920)|
Arri started competing in early 1910s, but had his first major successes in 1919, when he won the Turin Marathon in a time of 2:40:47.6 and the national title over 48 km, in a time of 3:13:41. His career declined after the 1920 Olympics – he placed fourth in 1921 and third in 1923 at the Turin Marathon. Since 1996, the “Premio Valerio Arri” has been awarded to honor the winner of that race.
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