Matteo Pelliciari

Medal record

Men’s swimming

Representing  Italy

Olympic Games

2004 Athens
4 x 200 m freestyle

World Championships (LC)

2001 Fukuoka
4 x 200 m freestyle

World Championships (SC)

2006 Shanghai
4 x 200 m freestyle

European Aquatics Championships (LC)

2000 Helsinki
4 x 200 m freestyle

2002 Berlin
4 x 200 m freestyle

2004 Madrid
4 x 200 m freestyle

European Aquatics Championships (SC)

2002 Riesa
200 m freestyle

Universiades

2001 Beijing
4 x 200 m freestyle

2001 Beijing
200 m freestyle

Mediterranean Games

2001 Tunis
4 x 100 m freestyle

2005 Almería
4 x 200 m freestyle

2001 Tunis
200 m freestyle

2001 Tunis
4 x 200 m freestyle

Matteo Pelliciari (born 22 January 1979 in Milan, Lombardy) is an Italian freestyle swimmer.
Pelliciari won several medals mainly as a member of the Italian 4 × 200 m freestyle relay. He participated for Italy in the Summer Olympic of Sydney 2000 and Athens 2004.[1]
See also[edit]

Italy at the 2000 Summer Olympics

References[edit]

^ “Olympics”. sports-reference. Retrieved 7 May 2012. 

Matteo Pelliciari on agendadiana.com
Matteo Pelliciari on Italian Swimming Federation’s website (Italian)

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World Short Course Champions in Men’s 4×200 m Freestyle Relay

1993: Sweden (Wallin, Werner, Frölander, Holmertz)
1995: Australia (Klim, Dunn, Allen, Kowalski)
1997: Australia (Klim, Hackett, Kirby, Dunn)
1999: Netherlands (Van den Hoogenband, Kenkhuis, Zuijdweg, Wouda)
2000: United States (Davis, Walker, Tucker, Carvin)
2002: Australia (Pearson, Hass, Dunne, Hackett)
2004: United States (Lochte, Carvin, Ketchum, Mortimer)
2006: Italy (Rosolino, Pelliciari, Cassio, Magnini)
2008: Australia (Palmer, Brits, Sprenger, Monk)
2010: Russia (Lobintsev, Izotov, Lagunov, Sukhorukov)
2012: United States (Lochte, Dwyer, Klueh, McLean)
2014: United States (Dwyer, Lochte, McLean, Clary)
2016: Russia (Dobgalyuk, Vekovishchev, Lobuzov, Krasnykh)

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European Champions in Men’s 4×200 m Freestyle Relay

1926: Germany (Heitmann, Rademacher, Berges, Heinrich)
1927: Germany (Heitmann, Rademacher, Berges, Heinrich)
1931: Hungary (Wanié, Szabados, Székely, Bárány)
1934: Hungary (Gróf, Maróthy, Csik, Lengyel)
1938: Germany (Birr, Heimlich, Freese, Plath)
1947: Sweden (Olsson, Lundén, Östrand, Johansson)
1950: Sweden (Sjunnerholm, Östrand, Johansson, Larsson)
1954: Hungary (Till, Dömötör, Kádas, Nyéki)
1958: Soviet Union
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