Andrea Lo Cicero, né le 7 mai 1976 à Catane (Sicile), est un joueur de rugby à XV italien. Il joue en équipe d'Italie et évolue au poste de pilier au sein de l'effectif du Racing Métro 92 (1,85 m pour 112 kg). Il met fin à sa carrière internationale à Rome (Stadio Olimpico) le 16 mars 2013, lors de la victoire de la Squadra Azzurra contre l'Irlande dans le VI Nations.↑ 1,0, 1,1 et 1,2 « Andrea Lo Cicero », sur www.itsrugby.fr (consulté le 10 octobre 2011)

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  • Andrea Lo Cicero, né le 7 mai 1976 à Catane (Sicile), est un joueur de rugby à XV italien. Il joue en équipe d'Italie et évolue au poste de pilier au sein de l'effectif du Racing Métro 92 (1,85 m pour 112 kg). Il met fin à sa carrière internationale à Rome (Stadio Olimpico) le 16 mars 2013, lors de la victoire de la Squadra Azzurra contre l'Irlande dans le VI Nations.
  • Andrea Lo Cicero Vaina (Catania, 7 maggio 1976) è un ex rugbista a 15 e allenatore di rugby italiano, il cui ruolo in carriera era quello di pilone sinistro. Milita nel club francese del Racing Métro 92, di Parigi; a tutto il 2013 è il recordman di presenze in Nazionale italiana (103).
  • "Cincuenta y cinco puntos en la cabeza, de los cuales veintiuno sólo en una oreja. Seis dedos rotos. Cuatro costillas. Un codo. Hombros luxados a su voluntad y una clavícula fracturada. Varios esguinces en las piernas. Un ligamento lateral roto y una subluxación de rodilla. Salidas del campo por lesión: ninguna."Andrea Lo Cicero Vaina (Catania, 7 de mayo de 1976) es un jugador y entrenador de rugby italiano que juega de pilar izquierdo en el equipo francés del Racing Metro 92 de Paris.
  • Andrea Lo Cicero Vaina (Italian pronunciation: [anˈdrɛa lo ˈtʃitʃero]; born Catania, 7 May 1976) is an Italian rugby union footballer.Born in Catania, Sicily, Lo Cicero began his professional career in the town of his birth with Amatori Catania. Later he moved to Bologna and then to Rugby Rovigo, winning his first Italian Championship in 2000 with Rugby Roma. Subsequently he played for a season in the French team Stade Toulousain. He then played for L'Aquila and he currently plays for Racing Métro, now in France's Top 14.Lo Cicero was included in Italy's squad for the 1999 Rugby World Cup but did not see any action and had to wait until the following year to make his international debut. It came against England in 2000 when he had the difficult task of filling the gap left by the Azzurri prop and captain Massimo Cuttitta.He was named in the BBC's dream XV at the 2004 Six Nations Championship and was part of the Barbarians squad to take on New Zealand later that year. Lo Cicero was the only European player to receive a call, and he capped the feat by scoring a try. In 2005 he again represented the Barbarians for their matches against Scotland and England.In the 2007 Six Nations Championship, he celebrated his 50th appearance in the Six Nations with a thumping 37–17 victory over Scotland at Murrayfield, Italy's first away victory in the tournament.Lo Cicero won his 100th cap for Italy against Scotland in the 2013 Six Nations tournament and his 101st in the match against Wales, equalling Alessandro Troncon's record as Italy's most-capped player, breaking that record against England. Lo Cicero announced he was retiring from the Italian national team after their final game of the 2013 Six Nations against Ireland, and came on to massive cheers from Italian fans.He was also selected for the 2013 Barbarians squad to play in Hong Kong against the British and Irish Lions and England
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  • Andrea Lo Cicero, né le 7 mai 1976 à Catane (Sicile), est un joueur de rugby à XV italien. Il joue en équipe d'Italie et évolue au poste de pilier au sein de l'effectif du Racing Métro 92 (1,85 m pour 112 kg). Il met fin à sa carrière internationale à Rome (Stadio Olimpico) le 16 mars 2013, lors de la victoire de la Squadra Azzurra contre l'Irlande dans le VI Nations.↑ 1,0, 1,1 et 1,2 « Andrea Lo Cicero », sur www.itsrugby.fr (consulté le 10 octobre 2011)
  • Andrea Lo Cicero Vaina (Catania, 7 maggio 1976) è un ex rugbista a 15 e allenatore di rugby italiano, il cui ruolo in carriera era quello di pilone sinistro. Milita nel club francese del Racing Métro 92, di Parigi; a tutto il 2013 è il recordman di presenze in Nazionale italiana (103).
  • "Cincuenta y cinco puntos en la cabeza, de los cuales veintiuno sólo en una oreja. Seis dedos rotos. Cuatro costillas. Un codo. Hombros luxados a su voluntad y una clavícula fracturada. Varios esguinces en las piernas. Un ligamento lateral roto y una subluxación de rodilla. Salidas del campo por lesión: ninguna."Andrea Lo Cicero Vaina (Catania, 7 de mayo de 1976) es un jugador y entrenador de rugby italiano que juega de pilar izquierdo en el equipo francés del Racing Metro 92 de Paris.
  • Andrea Lo Cicero Vaina (Italian pronunciation: [anˈdrɛa lo ˈtʃitʃero]; born Catania, 7 May 1976) is an Italian rugby union footballer.Born in Catania, Sicily, Lo Cicero began his professional career in the town of his birth with Amatori Catania. Later he moved to Bologna and then to Rugby Rovigo, winning his first Italian Championship in 2000 with Rugby Roma. Subsequently he played for a season in the French team Stade Toulousain.
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