Giro della Romagna

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Giro della Romagna
Race details
DateEarly September
RegionRomagna, Italy
English nameTour of Romagna
Local name(s)Giro della Romagna (in Italian)
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeOne-day
OrganiserSocietà Ciclista Francesco Barraca
Web sitewww.ciclisticabaracca.it/giro.htm Edit this at Wikidata
History
First edition1910 (1910)
Editions86
Final edition2011 (2011)
First winner Jean-Baptiste Dortignacq (FRA)
Most wins Fausto Coppi (ITA) (3 wins)
Final winner Oscar Gatto (ITA)

The Giro della Romagna was a semi classic European bicycle race held in the Italian region of Romagna. After 2005, the race was organised as a 1.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour. The race was discontinued in 2011, and in 2013, it merged with the Memorial Marco Pantani, which also takes place in Romagna.[1][2]

Winners[edit]

Year Country Rider Team
1910  France Jean-Baptiste Dortignacq
1911  Italy Giovanni Micheletto
1912  Italy Dario Beni
1913  Italy Angelo Gremo
1914  Italy Giovanni Cervi
1915-
1920
No race
1921  Italy Giovanni Roncon
1922  Italy Costante Girardengo
1923  Italy Giovanni Brunero
1924  Italy Luigi Magnotti
1925  Italy Angelo Gremo
1926  Italy Costante Girardengo
1927  Italy Allegro Grandi
1928  Italy Antonio Negrini
1929  Italy Alfredo Binda
1930  Italy Armando Zucchini
1931  Italy Ettore Meini
1932 No race
1933 No race
1934  Italy Aldo Canazza
1935  Italy Learco Guerra
1937  Italy Osvaldo Bailo
1938  Italy Pierino Favalli
1939-
1942
No race
1943  Italy Mario Fazio
1944-
1945
No race
1946  Italy Fausto Coppi
1947  Italy Fausto Coppi
1948  Italy Vito Ortelli
1949  Italy Fausto Coppi
1950  Italy Livio Isotti
1951  Italy Fiorenzo Magni
1952  Italy Luciano Maggini
1953  Italy Giancarlo Astrua
1954  Italy Giuseppe Minardi
1955  Italy Fiorenzo Magni
1956  Italy Pierino Baffi
1957  Italy Ercole Baldini
1958  Italy Carlo Zorzoli
1959  Italy Silvano Ciampi
1960  Italy Giorgio Tinazzi
1961  Italy Adriano Zamboni
1962  Italy Diego Ronchini
1963  Italy Bruno Mealli
1964  Italy Adriano Durante
1965  Italy Dino Zandegu
1966  Italy Gianni Motta
1967  Italy Bruno Mealli
1968  Italy Felice Gimondi
1969  Italy Dino Zandegu
1970  Italy Davide Boifava
1971  Italy Franco Bitossi
1972  Italy Pietro Guerra
1973  Italy Wladimiro Panizza
1974  Italy Franco Bitossi
1975 No race
1976  Italy Gianbattista Baronchelli
1977  Italy Roberto Ceruti
1978  Italy Valerio Lualdi
1979  Italy Gianbattista Baronchelli
1980  Italy Pierino Gavazzi
1981  Italy Giuseppe Saronni
1982  Italy Moreno Argentin
1983  Belgium Fons De Wolf
1984  Italy Pierino Gavazzi
1985  Italy Claudio Corti
1986  Poland Lech Piasecki
1987  Italy Ezio Moroni
1988   Switzerland Stefan Joho
1989  Italy Maximilian Sciandri
1990  Italy Maximilian Sciandri
1991  Italy Franco Ballerini
1992   Switzerland Beat Zberg
1993   Switzerland Pascal Richard
1994  Italy Roberto Petito
1995  Italy Davide Cassani
1996  Italy Andrea Ferrigato
1997  Italy Francesco Casagrande
1998  Italy Michele Bartoli
1999  Italy Roberto Conti
2000  Russia Dimitri Konyshev
2001  Italy Davide Rebellin
2002  Italy Gianluca Bortolami
2003  Italy Fabio Sacchi
2004  Italy Gianluca Bortolami
2005  Italy Danilo Napolitano
2006  Italy Santo Anzà
2007  Italy Eddy Serri
2008  Italy Enrico Gasparotto
2009  Brazil Murilo Fischer Liquigas
2010  Germany Patrik Sinkewitz ISD–NERI
2011  Italy Oscar Gatto Farnese Vini–Neri Sottoli

References[edit]

  1. ^ Administrator. "Presentato il Memorial Marco Pantani - anche Giro della Romagna". gsemilia.it. Archived from the original on 2013-08-11. Retrieved 2015-02-21.
  2. ^ "2013 Race Archive > Memorial Marco Pantani – Anche Giro della Romagna 2013 / August 31st". velorooms.com.

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