Gran Premio Industria e Commercio di Prato

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Gran Premio Industria e Commercio di Prato
Race details
DateMid September
RegionTuscany, Italy
Local name(s)Gran Premio Industria e Commercio di Prato (in Italian)
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeSingle-day
Web sitewww.ciclisticapratese.com Edit this at Wikidata
History
First edition1946 (1946)
Editions70 (as of 2015)
First winner Nedo Logli (ITA)
Most wins Michele Dancelli (ITA) (3 wins)
Most recent Daniele Bennati (ITA)

The Gran Premio Industria e Commercio di Prato is a single-day road bicycle race held annually in Prato, Italy. Since 2005, the race has been organised as a 1.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour.

Winners[edit]

Year Country Rider Team
1946  Italy Nedo Logli Welter-Ursus
1947  Italy Sergio Maggini Benotto-Superga
1948  Italy Giulio Bresci Wilier Triestina
1949  Italy Luciano Maggini Wilier Triestina
1950   Switzerland Ferdinand Kübler Frejus-Superga
1951  Italy Arrigo Padovan Atala-Pirelli
1952  Italy Luciano Maggini Atala-Pirelli
1953  Italy Rino Benedetti Legnano-Pirelli
1954  Italy Danilo Barozzi Atala-Pirelli
1955  Italy Aldo Moser Torpado-Ursus
1956  Italy Danilo Barozzi Atala-Pirelli
1957  Italy Silvano Ciampi Faema-Guerra
1958  Italy Ercole Baldini Legnano
1959  Italy Giuseppe Fallarini Ignis-Frejus
1960  Italy Alfredo Sabbadin Philco
1961  Belgium Gilbert Desmet Carpano
1962  Italy Bruno Mealli Bianchi
1963  Italy Vendramino Bariviera Carpano
1964  Italy Michele Dancelli Molteni
1965  Italy Michele Dancelli Molteni
1966  Italy Italo Zilioli Sanson
1967  Italy Michele Dancelli Vittadello
1968  Italy Adriano Durante Max Meyer
1969  Italy Alberto Della Torre Filotex
1970  Italy Marcello Bergamo Filotex
1971  Italy Franco Bitossi Filotex
1972  Italy Costantino Conti Ferretti
1973  Italy Fabrizio Fabbri Magniflex
1974  Italy Fabrizio Fabbri Sammontana
1975  Italy Costantino Conti Furzi-F.T.
1976  Italy Walter Riccomi Scic
1977  Italy Claudio Bortolotto Sanson
1978  Sweden Bernt Johansson Fiorella-Mocassini
1979  Sweden Bernt Johansson Magniflex-Famcucine
1980  Italy Silvano Contini Bianchi-Piaggio
1981  Italy Moreno Argentin Sammontana-Benotto
1982  Italy Moreno Argentin Sammontana-Benotto
1983  Italy Luciano Rabottini Metauro Mobili-Pinarello
1984  Italy Pierino Gavazzi Atala-Campagnolo
1985  Italy Ezio Moroni Atala-Campagnolo
1986  Austria Harald Maier Supermercati Brianzoli-Essebi
1987  Italy Daniele Caroli Ecoflam-BFB
1988  Italy Maurizio Fondriest Alfa Lum-Legnano-Ecoflam
1989  Italy Pierino Gavazzi Polli-Mobiexport
1990   Switzerland Stefan Joho Ariostea
1991  Italy Enrico Galleschi Gis Gelati-Ballan
1992  Venezuela Léonardo Sierra ZG Mobili-Selle Italia
1993  Italy Massimo Podenzana Navigare–Blue Storm
1994  Italy Marco Saligari GB–MG Maglificio
1995  Italy Fabrizio Bontempi Brescialat-Fago
1996  Italy Fabrizio Guidi Scrigno–Blue Storm
1997  Italy Mariano Piccoli Brescialat-Oyster
1998   Switzerland Felice Puttini Ros Mary-Amica Chips
1999  Italy Alessandro Baronti Cantina Tollo–Alexia Alluminio
2000  Italy Sergio Barbero Lampre–Daikin
2001  Italy Davide Rebellin Liquigas-Pata
2002  Ukraine Vladimir Duma Ceramiche Panaria–Fiordo
2003  Italy Davide Rebellin Gerolsteiner
2004  Belgium Nick Nuyens Quick-Step–Davitamon
2005  Brazil Murilo Fischer Naturino-Sapore di Mare
2006  Italy Daniele Bennati Lampre–Fondital
2007  Italy Filippo Pozzato Liquigas
2008  Ukraine Mikhaylo Khalilov Ceramica Flaminia–Bossini Docce
2009  Italy Giovanni Visconti ISD–NERI
2010  Italy Diego Ulissi Lampre–Farnese Vini
2011  Slovakia Peter Sagan Liquigas–Cannondale
2012  Italy Emanuele Sella Androni Giocattoli–Venezuela
2013  Italy Gianfranco Zilioli Androni Giocattoli–Venezuela
2014  Italy Sonny Colbrelli Italy national cycling team
2015  Italy Daniele Bennati Italy national cycling team

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