Tiziano Annoni

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Tiziano Annoni
Born20 August 1955
OccupationItalian sprint canoer

Tiziano Annoni (born 20 August 1955) is an Italian sprint canoer who competed in the mid-1970s. At the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, paired with Ilario Passerini, he was eliminated in the repechages of the C-2 500 m and the semifinals of the C-2 1000 m event.

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