Italian National Time Trial Championships

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The Italian National Time Trial Championships are held annually to decide the Italian time trial champions across several categories of rider. The first winner was Massimiliano Lelli in 1995, Imelda Chiappa took the women's title. Marco Pinotti has the most wins with 6 (4 in row). Marco Velo also had 3 wins in a row. Gabriella Pregnolato and Giovanna Troldi also have 3 consecutive victories in the women's event.

Multiple winners[edit]

Men[edit]

Marco Pinotti

Elite[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1994 Andrea Chiurato Rosario Fina Rossano Brasi
1995 Massimiliano Lelli Andrea Chiurato Luca Scinto
1996 Marco Fincato Fabio Roscioli Massimo Podenzana
1997 Dario Andriotto Carlo Finco Cristian Salvato
1998 Marco Velo Luca Sironi Mirko Gualdi
1999 Marco Velo Riccardo Forconi Daniele Nardello
2000 Marco Velo Daniele Contrini Diego Ferrari
2001 Andrea Peron[1] Daniele Contrini Juri Alvisi
2002 Dario Frigo Filippo Pozzato Juri Alvisi
2003 Giampaolo Mondini Manuel Quinziato Andrea Rossi
2004 Dario David Cioni Andrea Peron Marco Pinotti
2005 Marco Pinotti Marzio Bruseghin Dario David Cioni
2006 Marzio Bruseghin Marco Pinotti Manuel Quinziato
2007 Marco Pinotti[2] Vincenzo Nibali Manuel Quinziato
2008 Marco Pinotti Luca Celli Maurizio Biondo
2009 Marco Pinotti Gabriele Bosisio Maurizio Biondo
2010 Marco Pinotti Dario Cataldo Adriano Malori
2011 Adriano Malori Manuele Boaro Alan Marangoni
2012 Dario Cataldo Adriano Malori Marco Pinotti
2013 Marco Pinotti Stefano Pirazzi Adriano Malori
2014 Adriano Malori Dario Cataldo Alan Marangoni

U23[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2003 Gianluca Moi Maurizio Biondo Giairo Ermeti
2004 Francesco Rivera Luca Ascani Mariano De Fino
2005 Tiziano Dall'Antonia Francesco Tomei Eddy Rosolen
2006 Alan Marangoni Francesco Tomei Ermanno Capelli
2007 Adriano Malori Manuele Boaro Marco Coledan
2008 Adriano Malori Manuele Boaro Daniel Oss
2009 Alfredo Balloni Adriano Malori Alessandro Stocco
2010 Matteo Mammini Gianluca Leonardi Alessandro Stocco
2011 Matteo Mammini Massimo Coledan Mattia Cattaneo
2012 Massimo Coledan Davide Martinelli Mirko Trosino
2013 Davide Martinelli Andrea Toniatti Luca Sterbini
2014 Davide Martinelli Seid Lizde Davide Belletti

Women[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1995 Imelda Chiappa Roberta Bonanomi Maria Canins
1996 Gabriella Pregnolato Imelda Chiappa Antonella Bellutti
1999 Gabriella Pregnolato Giovanna Troldi Linda Visentini
2000 Gabriella Pregnolato Luisa Tamanini Lucia Pizzolotto
2002 Giovanna Troldi Fabiana Luperini Luisa Tamanini
2003 Giovanna Troldi Luisa Tamanini Tania Belvederesi
2004 Giovanna Troldi Tatiana Guderzo Anna Zugno
2005 Tatiana Guderzo Anna Zugno Silvia Valsecchi
2006 Silvia Valsecchi Giovanna Troldi Tatiana Guderzo
2007 Vera Carrara Anna Zugno Silvia Valsecchi
2008 Tatiana Guderzo Anna Zugno Silvia Valsecchi
2009 Noemi Cantele Tatiana Guderzo Silvia Valsecchi
2010 Tatiana Guderzo Silvia Valsecchi Noemi Cantele
2011 Noemi Cantele Silvia Valsecchi Tatiana Guderzo
2012 Tatiana Guderzo Elisa Longo Borghini Noemi Cantele
2013 Tatiana Guderzo Elisa Longo Borghini Silvia Valsecchi
2014 Elisa Longo Borghini Elena Berlato Vittoria Bussi

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Marco Velo dq'd for doping
  2. ^ Luca Ascani dq'd for EPO

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