Vittorio Chierroni

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Vittorio Chierroni
Personal information
Nationality Italian
Born (1917-05-26)26 May 1917
Abetone, Tuscany, Italy
Died 2006 (aged 88–89)
Country  Italy
Sport Alpine Skiing
Event(s) Slalom, Alpine Combined, Downhill
Team Fiamme Gialle
Retired 1948
Achievements and titles
National finals Italian Championships
Updated on 25 August 2012.

Vittorio Chierroni (26 May 1917 – 2006[1] [2]) was an Italian alpine skier who competed in the 1936 Winter Olympics and in the 1948 Winter Olympics.


He was born in Abetone, Tuscany, like Zeno Colò and Celina Seghi, and he finished 18th in the alpine skiing combined event at the 1936 Winter Olympics.

During World War II he participated in the 1941 "World Cup" in Cortina d'Ampezzo that was not subsequently approved by the FIS because many nations opposing the war were absent. At this event, Chierroni won the gold medal in slalom.

Chierroni won 14 medals at the Italian Championships: 6 in downhill, 5 in slalom and 3 in combined.


  1. ^ Nati nel 1917 (in Italian)
  2. ^ Vittorio Chierroni's obituary (in Italian)

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Winter Olympics
Preceded by
Adriano Guarnieri
Italy Flag bearer for Italy
1948 St. Moritz
Succeeded by
Maria Grazia Marchelli