Gran Premio di Lugano

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Gran Premio di Lugano
Race details
DateEarly-March
RegionLugano, Switzerland
English nameGrand Prix of Lugano
Local name(s)Gran Premio di Lugano ‹See Tfd›(in Italian)
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeSingle-day
OrganiserVelo Club Lugano
Web sitewww.veloclublugano.ch
History
Editions73 (as of 2019)[1]
First winner Josef Fuchs (SUI)
Most wins Marco Vitali (ITA) (3 wins)
Most recent Diego Ulissi (ITA)

The Gran Premio di Lugano (English: Grand Prix of Lugano) is a road bicycle race held annually in Lugano, Switzerland. Prior to 1981 it was held as an individual time trial but in recent years it has been organised as a 1.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour. In 2013, the race was cancelled due to snowfall.[2]

Lugano, Chrono[edit]

Rider Team
1950 Switzerland Ferdinand Kübler (SUI) Tebag
1951 Italy Fausto Coppi (ITA) Bianchi-Pirelli
1952 Italy Fausto Coppi (ITA) Bianchi-Pirelli
1953 France Jacques Anquetil (FRA) La Perle-Hutchinson
1954 France Jacques Anquetil (FRA) La Perle-Hutchinson
1955 Switzerland Rolf Graf (SUI) Tebag
1956 Italy Fausto Coppi (ITA) Carpano-Coppi
1957 Italy Ercole Baldini (ITA) Legnano
1958 France Jacques Anquetil (FRA) Helyett-Leroux-Hutchinson
1959 France Jacques Anquetil (FRA) Helyett-Leroux-Hutchinson
1960 France Jacques Anquetil (FRA) Helyett-Leroux-Fynsec
1961 France Jacques Anquetil (FRA) Helyett-Fynsec-Hutchinson
1962 Switzerland Rolf Graf (SUI) Tigra
1963 France Raymond Poulidor (FRA) Mercier-BP-Hutchinson
1964 Belgium Ferdinand Bracke (BEL) Peugeot-BP-Englebert
1965 France Jacques Anquetil (FRA) Ford France-Gitane
1966 Italy Vittorio Adorni (ITA) Salvarani
1967 Italy Felice Gimondi (ITA) Salvarani
1968 Belgium Eddy Merckx (BEL) Faema
1969 Germany Rudi Altig (GER) Salvarani
1970 Denmark Ole Ritter (DEN) Germanvox-Wega
1971 Spain Luis Ocaña (ESP) Bic
1972
1973
No race
1974 Denmark Ole Ritter (DEN) Filotex
1975 Netherlands Roy Schuiten (NED) TI–Raleigh
1976
1977
No race
1978 Netherlands Joop Zoetemelk (NED) Miko-Mercier-Hutchinson
1979 France Michel Laurent (FRA) Peugeot-Esso-Michelin

GP di Lugano[edit]

Rider Team
1981 Switzerland Josef Fuchs (SUI)
1982 Italy Marco Vitali (ITA)
1983 United Kingdom Chris Wreghitt (GBR) Bianchi
1984 Switzerland Benno Wiss (SUI)
1985 Switzerland Gody Schmutz (SUI) Garage Neuburg
1986 Switzerland Mauro Gianetti (SUI) Cilo-Aufina
1987 Switzerland Thomas Wegmüller (SUI) Kas
1988 Italy Marco Vitali (ITA) Atala-Ofmega
1989 France Gilles Delion (FRA) Helvetia-La Suisse
1990 Italy Marco Vitali (ITA) Frank-Toyo
1991 Switzerland Pascal Jaccard (SUI)
1992 Germany Steffen Rein (GER)
1993 Italy Roberto Caruso (ITA) ZG Mobili
1994 Italy Andrea Chiurato (ITA) Mapei–CLAS
1995 Italy Stefano Colagè (ITA) ZG Mobili-Selle Italia
1996 Italy Amilcare Tronca (ITA) Scrigno-Blue Storm
1997 Italy Michele Rezzani (ITA)
1998 Italy Luca Bianucci (ITA)
1999
2000
No race
2001 Italy Luca Paolini (ITA) Mapei–Quick-Step
2002 Moldova Ruslan Ivanov (MDA) Alessio
2003 France David Moncoutié (FRA) Cofidis
2004 France Frédéric Bessy (FRA) Cofidis
2005 Belgium Rik Verbrugghe (BEL) Quick-Step–Innergetic
2006 Italy Paolo Bettini (ITA) Quick-Step–Innergetic
2007 Italy Luca Mazzanti (ITA) Ceramica Panaria–Navigare
2008 Italy Rinaldo Nocentini (ITA) Ag2r–La Mondiale
2009 France Rémi Pauriol (FRA) Cofidis
2010 Italy Roberto Ferrari (ITA) De Rosa–Stac Plastic
2011 Italy Ivan Basso (ITA) Liquigas–Cannondale
2012 Italy Eros Capecchi (ITA) Liquigas–Cannondale
2013 No race due to snow[2]
2014 Italy Mauro Finetto (ITA) Yellow Fluo
2015 Italy Niccolò Bonifazio (ITA) Lampre–Merida
2016 Italy Sonny Colbrelli (ITA) Bardiani–CSF
2017 Italy Iuri Filosi (ITA) Nippo–Vini Fantini
2018 Austria Hermann Pernsteiner (AUT) Bahrain–Merida
2019 Italy Diego Ulissi (ITA) UAE Team Emirates

References[edit]

  1. ^ "7 maggio 2017 – 71a edizione del Gran Premio Città di Lugano 2017" [7 May 2017 – 71st edition of the Grand Prix of the City of Lugano 2017]. Gran Premio di Lugano (in Italian). Velo Club Lugano. 12 March 2017. Retrieved 7 May 2017.
  2. ^ a b "Snow hits races across Europe". Cyclingnews. Future Publishing Limited. 24 February 2013. Retrieved 24 February 2013.

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