Max Sciandri

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Max Sciandri
Maximilian SCIANDRI (cropped).jpg
Sciandri in 1997
Personal information
Full name Maximilian Sciandri
Born (1967-02-15) February 15, 1967 (age 47)
Derby, England
Team information
Current team Retired
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Professional team(s)
1989
1990–1991
1992–1993
1994–1995
1996
1997–1999
2000
2001–2003
2004
Managerial team(s)
2013–
Major wins
Tour de France, 1 stage (1995)
Giro d'Italia, 3 stages (1991), (1992), (1994)
Giro della Romagna (1989) (1990))
Giro del Lazio (2000)
Tour of Britain (1992)
Infobox last updated on
31 March 2013

Maximilian Sciandri (born 15 February 1967) is a retired British road racing cyclist of Italian descent. He competed as an Italian national up to February 1995, then took British citizenship. He won the bronze medal in the men's individual road race at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, USA. He was a professional rider from 1989 to 2004. Sciandri now works for the BMC Racing Team as a Directeur sportif. Prior to joining BMC he worked with British Cycling, helping to establish their base in Quarrata, and developing riders such as Mark Cavendish and Geraint Thomas.[1]

Palmarès[edit]

1989
1st Giro della Romagna
2nd Giro del Lazio
1990
1st Giro della Romagna
1st Grand Prix Pino Cerami
Vuelta a Aragón
Winner stages 2, 3a, 4, 5 & 6
3rd Overall Tour de Luxembourg
1991
Giro d'Italia:
Winner stage 11
3rd Overall Three Days of De Panne
Winner stage 1a
3rd Overall Settimana Siciliana
1992
Giro d'Italia:
Winner stage 3
3rd stage 20
3rd Points Classification
1992 Tour de France
3rd stage 1
Tour de Romandie
Winner stage 5
1st Overall Tour of Britain
Winner stage 2
2nd Paris-Camembert
1993
3rd Overall UCI Road World Cup
1993 Tour de France
2nd stage 7
3rd Points Classification
3rd Milan-San Remo
3rd Giro di Lombardia
1st Giro del Veneto
1st Overall Tour de Luxembourg
Winner stages 1 and 2
Settimana Sciliana
Winner stage 2
1st Grand Prix de Fourmies
1st Coppa Placci
1994
Giro d'Italia
Winner stage 16
Giro del Trentino
Winner stage 4
2nd Giro del Lazio
1995
Tour de France:
Winner stage 11
Tirreno Adriatico
Winner stage 2
Three Days of De Panne
Winner stage 3a
1st Wincanton Classic
1st Leeds Classic
1st Grand Prix de Fourmies
1996
3rd Bronze medal.svg Cycling at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Men's road race, Olympic Games
Paris-Nice
Winner stage 8
4th Milan-San Remo
1997
2nd Paris-Tours
1998
Criterium du Dauphine
Winner stages 1 & 2
2000
2000 Giro d'Italia
2nd stage 8
1st Giro del Lazio
Rapport Tour
Winner stage 5

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Brown, Gregor (7 January 2013). "Max Sciandri proposed as new Italian national coach". Cycling Weekly. Retrieved 21 September 2013.