Alberto Elli

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Alberto Elli
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Personal information
Full name Alberto Elli
Born (1964-03-09) March 9, 1964 (age 53)
Giussano, Italy
Team information
Current team Retired
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Rider type Climber
Professional team(s)
1987 Remac-Fanini
1988 Fanini-Seven Up
1989-1993 Ceramiche Ariostea
1994-1996 GB-MG Maglificio
1997-1998 Casino-C'est votre equipe
1999-2001 Deutsche Telekom
2002 Index Alexia

Alberto Elli (Giussano, March 9, 1964) is a former Italian road racing cyclist, who wore the yellow jersey for 4 days in the 2000 Tour de France. He is currently a directeur sportif with the Preti Mangimi professional continental team. Elli was called up late for the 2000 Tour de France, and after a group of 12 cyclists stayed away from the others, Elli became a surprise leader, being the second oldest cyclist in the peloton.[1] He kept the yellow jersey until the Pyrenées mountains, where he lost it to Lance Armstrong.[2]

During the 2001 Giro d'Italia, the police found banned substances in Elli's hotel room.[3] In 2005, he was sentenced to six months imprisonment for this.[4]

Major results[edit]

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Tour de France results[edit]

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1990 - 72nd
1991 - 91st
1992 - 28th
1993 - 17th
1994 - 7th
1995 - 33rd
1996 - 15th
1997 - 30th
1998 - 29th
1999 - 17th
2000 - 84th, holding the yellow jersey for 4 days.

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