Schlagwort-Archiv: Giuseppe Saronni

TIRRENO-ADRIATICO 2018: THE 53rd EDITION PRESENTED IN MEMORY OF MICHELE SCARPONI

The race starts on 7 March 2018 with the Team Time Trial in Lido di Camaiore and ends with the classic Individual Time Trial in San Benedetto. On Sunday 11 March, the 5th stage will end in Filottrano (from Castelraimondo), the city of the unforgettable Italian rider. The uphill finish of stage 4 is on the 1,345m Sassotetto. Total vertical elevation of the race is 11,000m.

Loreto (An), 12 January 2018 – The 53rd edition of the Tirreno-Adriatico, organized by RCS Sport / La Gazzetta dello Sport and scheduled from 7 to 13 March 2018 is launched this morning. As a fitting tribute to Michele Scarponi’s memory the 5th stage will finish in his city, Filottrano. The route of the Corsa dei Due Mari (The Race of the Two Seas) has been unveiled in the splendid setting of the Sala Macchi, inside the Sanctuary of Loreto.


Mauro Vegni, RCS Sport Cycling Director, with Michele Scarponi’s sister and brother, Silvia and Marco, who attended today’s presentation

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GIRO 100: DAS KULT TRIKOT CICLAMINO IST ZURÜCK: SPONSORT VON SEGAFREDO ZANETTI

Das Punkte-Klassifikationsführer-Trikot geht zurück zu seinen Wurzeln mit der unverwechselbaren Farbe, die seit 40 Jahren getragen wird.

Mailand, 18. April 2017 – Wie bereits angekündigt, haben die diesjährigen Corsa Rosa Trikots eine Überraschung: Das Trikot des Giro, die 100 Punkte Klassifikation wird das klassische Maglia Ciclamino (Cyclamen) sein, die Farbe des Trikots von 1970 bis 2009. Segafredo Zanetti, Ein Führer in der Welt von Espresso Kaffee, ist der neue Sponsor.

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Bernard Hinault wurde in die Hall of Fame des Giro d’Italia aufgenommen

The French champion receives his entry into the Giro d’Italia Hall of Fame. With his three successes in 1980, 1982 and 1985, Hinault joins the roll of honor alongside Merckx, Gimondi, Roche, Moser and Baldini.

Milan, 28 March 2017 – He was one of the strongest riders of all time, one of only six men ever to have won all three Grand Tours in their career. Nicknamed le Blaireau (the Badger), Bernard Hinault won the Giro d’Italia in 1980, 1982 and 1985.

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