Piotr Ugrumov

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Piotr Ugrumov
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Personal information
Full name Piotr Ugrumov
Born (1961-01-21) January 21, 1961 (age 53)
Riga, Latvia
Team information
Current team Retired
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Major wins
2 stages 1994 Tour de France
Infobox last updated on
July 30, 2008

Piotr Ugrumov (Latvian: Pēteris Ugrjumovs, Russian: Пётр Угрюмов) (born January 21, 1961 in Riga) is a former Russian professional road racing cyclist who participated for Latvia after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, though he was a part of the Russian delegation at the 1996 Summer Olympics. His career as a professional lasted from 1989 to 1999, he had ten victories. Ugrumov finished second at the 1994 Tour de France.

Palmares[edit]

1987
Circuit de la Sarthe 1st overall
1989
Peace Race 3rd overall
1990
Tour de France 45th overall
1991
Vuelta a Asturias 1st overall
1992
1993
Giro d'Italia Second overall
First place - Stage 3
Euskal Bizikleta 1st overall
Giro del Friuli 1st

1994 - Gewiss-Ballan (Italy)

  • winner stage 18 Moutiers to Cluses, Tour de France
  • winner stage 19 Cluses to Morzine-Avoriaz, Tour de France
  • 2nd - Tour de France
  • 10th - World Championships road race, Agrigento, Italy
  • 24th - Giro d'Italia
  • 58th - Meisterschaft von Zürich, Switzerland (world cup)

1995 - Gewiss-Ballan (Italy)

  • 3rd - Giro d'Italia (winner team classification)
  • 8th - Tour de Romandie, Switzerland
  • 21st - Giro di Lombardia, Italy (world cup)
  • 22nd - Vuelta a Espana

1996 - Roslotto-ZG Mobili (Italy/Russia)

  • 3rd - Coppa Agostoni, Italy
  • 4th - Giro d'Italia
  • 5th - National Championships road race (Russia)
  • 7th - Tour de France (He finished 10th in the first mountain stage (7) to Les Arcs, together with other favourites; He had his best stages in the Pyrenees and finished 8th in stage 16 to Lourdes-Hautacam and 6th in Pamplona, finishing in the group that gave Miguel Indurain his definite blow. After that stage he was 7th in gc and maintained that position till Paris.)
  • 8th - Tour de Romandie, Switzerland
  • 21st - La Flèche Wallonne, Belgium (classic)
  • 54th - Meisterschaft von Zürich, Switzerland (world cup)
  • 58th - Olympic Games road race, Atlanta, USA

1997 - Roslotto-ZG Mobili (Italy/Russia)

  • 7th - Tour of Poland
  • 25th - World Championships road race, San Sebastian, Spain
  • 32nd - Meisterschaft von Zürich, Switzerland (world cup)
  • 38th - Giro di Lombardia, Italy (world cup)
  • 44th - Paris-Tours, France (world cup)
  • dnf - Giro d'Italia (He did not start in stage 14; he finished 5th in stage three, a time trial to San Marino)

1998 - Ballan (Italy)

  • winner Luk Cup Bühl, Germany
  • 2nd - National Championships of Russia, road race, Nizhny Novgorod
  • 17th - Tour de Suisse (fifth in the 10th stage Bern > Bern)
  • 40th - Giro d'Italia
  • 63rd - Paris-Tours, France (world cup)
  • 83rd - Amstel Gold Race, the Netherlands (world cup)
  • 109th - Milano-San Remo, Italy (world cup)
  • dnf - World Championships road race, Valkenburg, the Netherlands
  • dnf - Danmark Rundt

1999 - Ballan-Alessio (Italy)

  • 28th - Tirreno-Adriatico, Italy
  • 38th - Paris-Tours, France (world cup)
  • 49th - Tour de Suisse, Switzerland
  • dnf - Giro d'Italia (He rode the Giro, but did not finish stage 7 to Lanciano. That same morning his Ballan-Alessio was one of three teams to be tested for doping. His best result came in stage 5, when he finished 31st on the Monte Sirino, in the first mountain stage of this Giro.)
  • dnf - World Championships road race, Verona, Italy

Professional Teams[edit]

  • Alfa Lum 1989 - 1990
  • SEUR 1991 - 1992
  • Mecair - Ballan 1993
  • Gewiss - Ballan 1994 - 1995
  • Roslotto - ZG Mobili 1996 - 1997
  • 1998 - Ballan (Italy)
  • 1999 - Ballan-Alessio (Italy)

External links[edit]

"Piotr Ugrumov". Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved June 27, 2010.