Antonio Bevilacqua

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Antonio Bevilacqua
Antonio Bevilacqua 1950.jpg
Antonio Bevilacqua in 1950
Personal information
Full name Antonio Bevilacqua
Born (1918-10-22)22 October 1918
Santa Maria di Sala, Italy
Died 29 March 1972(1972-03-29) (aged 53)
Mestre, Italy
Team information
Discipline Road and track
Role Rider
Rider type Pursuit

Antonio Bevilacqua (22 October 1918 – 29 March 1972) was an Italian professional road bicycle racer.

Palmares[edit]

1940 – Lygie
1941 – Dop, Ferroviario Venezia
1st, GP di Duca degli Abruzzi
1st, GP Maresciello dell Aria
1st, Coppa del Littirio
1942 – Bianchi
2nd, Milan – San Remo
7th, Giro di Lombardia
1943 – Viscontea
MaillotItalia.svg Pursuit Champion
1944 – VC Bassano
1946 – Wilier Triestina
17th, Giro d'Italia
Winner Stages 2 & 4
1947 – Lygie
1st, Stage 13, Giro d'Italia
2nd World Pursuit Championship
1948 – Atala
1st, Stage 7, Giro d'Italia
3rd World Pursuit Championship
33rd, Tour de France
1949 – Atala
MaillotItalia.svg Pursuit Champion
40th, Giro d'Italia
Winner Stage 18
1950 – Wilier Triestina
Arc en ciel.svg World Pursuit Champion
MaillotItalia.svg Road Race Champion
MaillotItalia.svg Pursuit Champion
1st, Tre Valli Varesine
1st, Milano-Vicenza
1st, Trofeo Baracchi (with Fiorenzo Magni)
2nd, Giro di Lombardia
29th, Giro d'Italia
1951 – Benotto-Ursus
Arc en ciel.svg World Pursuit Champion
MaillotItalia.svg Pursuit Champion
1st, Paris–Roubaix
1st, Giro del Veneto
3rd World Road Race Championship
3rd, National Road Race Championship
26th, Giro d'Italia
Winner Stages 2 & 20
1952 – Benotto
1st, Milano–Vignola
2nd World Road Race Championship
10th, World Road Race Championship
69th, Giro d'Italia
Winner Stages 3 & 20
1953 – Benotto
1st, Coppa Bernocchi
3rd World Road Race Championship
1954 – Doniselli-Lansetina
Sporting positions
Preceded by
Fausto Coppi
World Pursuit Champion
1950–1951
Succeeded by
Sidney Patterson