Franco Marvulli

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Franco Marvulli
Franco Marvulli - Six jours de Grenoble.jpg
Personal information
Full nameFranco Marvulli
Born (1978-11-11) 11 November 1978 (age 43)
Zürich, Switzerland
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RoleRider
Medal record

Franco Marvulli (born 11 November 1978 in Zürich) is a Swiss professional racing cyclist.

Palmares[edit]

2000
3rd, National U23 Time Trial Championship
2001
Europe European Omnium Champion
1st, Six-Days of Grenoble (with Alexander Aeschbach)
2nd, National Pursuit Championship
2002
World Scratch Champion
Europe European Omnium Champion
2nd, National Points Race Championship
2003
World Madison Champion (with Bruno Risi)
World Scratch Champion
Europe European Omnium Champion
  Switzerland Team Pursuit Champion (with Aeschbach/Dunkel/Kammermann)
  Switzerland Elimination Champion
  Switzerland Pursuit Champion
1st, Six-Days of Grenoble & Moscou (with Alexander Aeschbach)
1st, Oberriet
1st, Trois Jours d'Aigle (with Grégory Devaud)
2nd, National Scratch & Points Race Championship
2004
Europe European Madison Champion (with Alexander Aeschbach)
1st, Six-Days of Grenoble (with Alexander Aeschbach)
1st, Seis Horas de Euskadi (with Marco Villa)
1st, Stage 5, Vuelta a El Salvador
1st, Km del Corso Mestre
2nd place, silver medalist(s), World Madison Championship (with Bruno Risi)
2nd place, silver medalist(s), Olympic Games, Madison (with Bruno Risi)
2005
1st, Six-Days of Stuttgart (with Bruno Risi & Kurt Betschart)
1st, Prologue & Stages 2 (TTT), 5 & 6, Vuelta a El Salvador
1st, Horgen
1st, Km del Corso Mestre
1st, Cape Argus Sanlam Cycle Tour
2006
Europe European Madison Champion (with Bruno Risi)
  Switzerland Madison Champion (with Bruno Risi)
1st, Six-Days of Mexico (with Luis Fernando Macias)
1st, Six-Days of Fiorenzuola d' Arda (with Marco Villa)
1st, Six-Days of Maastricht (with Bruno Risi)
1st, Six-Days of Grenoble (with Alexander Aeschbach)
2007
World Madison Champion (with Bruno Risi)
  Switzerland Madison Champion (with Bruno Risi)
1st, Six-Days of Stuttgart (with Bruno Risi & Alexander Aeschbach)
1st, Six-Days' of Zurich, København, Hasselt, Fiorenzuola d'Arda, Dortmund, München & Zuidlaren (with Risi)
1st, Trois Jours d'Aigle (with Dominique Stark)
2008
1st, Six-Days of Zurich, Berlin, København & Hasselt (with Bruno Risi)

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