Andrea Zorzi facts for kids
|Competitor for Italy|
|Silver||1996 Atlanta||Team Competition|
|Gold||1990 Rio de Janeiro||Team Competition|
|Gold||1989 Sweden||Team Competition|
Andrea Zorzi (born July 29, 1965 in Noale, Province of Venice) is an Italian retired volleyball player, who won two World Championships with the Italy men's national volleyball team (1990 and 1994). He was popularly known as Zorro.
After his debut in Bormio in 1986, he totalled 325 caps with Italian national team. He was a silver medalist in the 1996 Summer Olympics and also competed at the 1988 and 1992 games. Playing for almost all the major volleyball clubs of Italy, including Maxicono Parma and Sisley Treviso, he won several titles: these include two Italian Championships (1990, 1996) and one European Champions League in 1995. In 1991 he was declared World's Best Player by FIVB.
- 1990 FIVB World League "Most Valuable Player"
- 1991 FIVB World League "Most Valuable Player"
- 1992 FIVB World League "Best Server"
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