List of teams and cyclists in the 2007 Giro d'Italia

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List of teams and cyclists in the 2007 Giro d'Italia and the results:[1]

Quick Step-Innergetic[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Quick Step-Innergetic
1 Italy Paolo Bettini 41
2 Netherlands Addy Engels 81
3 Italy Mauro Facci 34
4 Italy Leonardo Scarselli 101
5 Switzerland Hubert Schwab 56
6 Italy Andrea Tonti DNS Stage 3
7 Italy Matteo Tosatto 94
8 Belgium Jurgen Van de Walle DNF Stage 14[2]
9 ItalyGiovanni Visconti 77

Astana[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Astana
11 Italy Paolo Savoldelli 12
12 Kazakhstan Maxim Gourov 118
13 Luxembourg Benoit Joachim 99
14 Kazakhstan Assan Bazayev 98
15 Kazakhstan Serguei Yakovlev DNF Stage 15[3]
16 Italy Eddy Mazzoleni 3
17 Kazakhstan Andrey Mizourov 21
18 Switzerland Steve Morabito 83
19 Kazakhstan Dmitriy Muravyev 51

Saunier Duval - Prodir[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Saunier Duval
21 Italy Gilberto Simoni 4
22 Switzerland Rubens Bertogliati DNF Stage 15[3]
23 Latvia Raivis Belohvoščiks 117
24 Spain David Cañada 59
25 Spain Ángel Gómez 80
26 Italy Manuele Mori DNF Stage 15[3]
27 Spain Iban Mayo 38
28 Italy Leonardo Piepoli 14
29 Italy Ricardo Ricco 6

Lampre-Fondital[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Lampre-Fondital
31 Italy Damiano Cunego 5
32 Italy Matteo Bono 139
33 Italy Marzio Bruseghin 8
34 Italy Marco Marzano 37
35 Italy Danilo Napolitano DNF Stage 12[4]
36 Slovenia Gorazd Štangelj 78
37 Poland Sylvester Szmyd 28
38 Italy Paolo Tiralongo 26
39 Spain Patxi Vila 15

Acqua & Sapone - Caffe Mokambo[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Acqua & Sapone - Caffe Mokambo
41 Italy Stefano Garzelli 16
42 Italy Dario Andriotto 111
43 Russia Alexandr Arekeev DNF Stage 14[2]
44 Italy Gabriele Balducci DNF Stage 12[4]
45 Italy Massimo Codol 23
46 Belarus Andrei Kunitski 85
47 Italy Simone Masciarelli DNF Stage 12[4]
47 Italy Giuseppe Palumbo 90
48 Belarus Branislau Samoilau 22

Ag2r Prévoyance[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Ag2r Prévoyance
51 Italy Rinaldo Nocentini 47
52 France Hubert Dupont 25
53 Ukraine Yuriy Krivtsov 71
54 France Julien Loubet DNS Stage 8[5]
55 France Laurent Mangel 112
56 France Lloyd Mondory 108
57 France Carl Naibo 53
58 France Christophe Riblon 82
59 Belarus Alexandre Usov 106

Bouygues Télécom[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Bouygues Télécom
61 France Olivier Bonnaire 45
62 France Nicolas Crosbie 88
63 France Pierre Drancourt 129
64 France Yohann Gene DNF Stage 10[6]
65 France Arnaud Labbe DNF Stage 10[6]
66 France Yoann Le Boulanger 30
67 France Alexandre Pichot 125
68 France Franck Rénier 119
69 France Thomas Voeckler DNS Stage 8[5]

Caisse d'Epargne[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Caisse d'Epargne
71 Spain David Arroyo 10
72 France Eric Berthou 89
73 Spain Joan Horrach DNS Stage 5
74 Spain Pablo Lastras 42
75 Spain Alberto Losada 60
76 Spain Aitor Perez 32
77 Spain José Joaquín Rojas Gil DNF Stage 10[6]
78 Russia Alexei Markov DNF Stage 10[6]
79 France Mathieu Perget 91

Ceramica Panaria - Navigare[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Ceramica Panaria - Navigare
81 Italy Emanuele Sella 11
82 Colombia Luis Felipe Laverde 36
83 Mexico Julio Alberto Pérez 40
84 Italy Andrea Pagoto 95
85 Italy Domenico Pozzovivo 17
86 Italy Fortunato Baliani 24
87 Italy Paride Grillo DNF Stage 10[6]
88 Italy Luca Mazzanti 31
89 Argentina Maximiliano Richeze 92

Cofidis[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Cofidis
91 Colombia Iván Parra 13
92 France Frédéric Bessy 66
93 France Mickaël Buffaz 126
94 France Hervé Duclos-Lassalle 103
95 Spain Bingen Fernandez 29
96 Netherlands Mathieu Heijboer DNF Stage 14[2]
97 France Amaël Moinard 46
98 France Tristan Valentin 132
99 Switzerland Steve Zampieri DNF Stage 14[2]

Crédit Agricole[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Crédit Agricole
101 Italy Pietro Caucchioli 27
102 Italy Francesco Bellotti DNF Stage 14[2]
103 Hungary Laszlo Bodrogi 84
104 New Zealand Julian Dean 93
105 Italy Angelo Furlan 116
106 France Patrice Halgand DNF Stage 6[7]
107 France Christophe Kern 114
108 Norway Thor Hushovd DNF Stage 12[4]
109 Republic of Ireland Nicolas Roche 123

Discovery Channel Pro Cycling Team[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Discovery Channel Pro Cycling Team
111 Ukraine Yaroslav Popovych DNS Stage 13
112 Ukraine Volodymyr Bileka 49
113 United Kingdom Steve Cummings 110
114 United States George Hincapie DNS Stage 12
115 Czech Republic Pavel Padrnos 73
116 Spain José Luis Rubiera 39
117 Belgium Jurgen van Goolen 96
118 Denmark Brian Vandborg DNF Stage 14
119 Australia Matthew White 105

Euskaltel-Euskadi[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Euskaltel-Euskadi
121 Spain Benat Albizuri DNF Stage 8[8]
122 Spain Koldo Fernández 136
123 Spain Dionisio Galparsoro DNF Stage 12[4]
124 Spain Aitor Hernandez DNS Stage 12[4]
125 Spain Markel Irizar 68
126 Spain Anton Luengo 140
127 Spain Aketza Pena DNS Stage 17[9]
128 Spain Iván Velasco 76
129 Spain Joseba Zubeldia DNF Stage 14[2]

Française des Jeux[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Française des Jeux
131 France Carlos da Cruz DNS Stage 1
132 France Arnaud Gérard 124
133 New Zealand Timothy Gudsell DNF Stage 7[10]
134 France Lilian Jégou 75
135 South Africa Ian McLeod DNF Stage 4
136 France Cyrille Monnerais DNF Stage 8[5]
137 France Francis Mourey 43
138 France Fabian Patanchon 131
139 Finland Jussi Veikkanen 44

Gerolsteiner[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Gerolsteiner
141 Italy Davide Rebellin DNS Stage 11[11]
142 Germany Robert Förster DNS Stage 12[4]
143 Germany Thomas Fothen 122
144 Italy Oscar Gatto 141
145 Germany Tim Klinger DNF Stage 12[4]
146 Germany Sven Krauss 135
147 Germany Volker Ordowski DNF Stage 2
148 Germany Matthias Russ 54
149 Switzerland Oliver Zaugg DNF Stage 14[2]

Liquigas[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Liquigas
151 Italy Danilo Di Luca 1
152 Italy Enrico Gasparotto 97
153 Croatia Vladimir Miholjevic 65
154 Italy Vincenzo Nibali 19
155 Italy Andrea Noè 35
156 Italy Franco Pellizotti 9
157 Italy Alessandro Spezialetti 63
158 Italy Alessandro Vanotti 107
159 United Kingdom Charly Wegelius DNF Stage 18[12]

Predictor-Lotto[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Predictor-Lotto
161 Australia Robbie McEwen DNS Stage 12[4]
162 Italy Dario Cioni 33
163 Spain Josep Jufré 52
164 Australia Matthew Lloyd 61
165 Belgium Mario Aerts 20
166 Belgium Jurgen Van den Broeck 74
167 Belgium Wim Van Huffel DNF Stage 15[3]
168 Italy Stefano Zanini 134
169 Australia Nick Gates 127

Rabobank[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Rabobank
171 Denmark Michael Rasmussen 48
172 Colombia Mauricio Ardila 67
173 Australia Graeme Brown DNF Stage 3
174 Netherlands Koos Moerenhout 70
175 Netherlands Max van Heeswijk DNF Stage 14[2]
176 Russia Dmitry Kozontchouk 100
177 Netherlands Léon van Bon DNF Stage 6[7]
178 Australia William Walker 57
179 Spain Pedro Horrillo 121

Team CSC[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Team CSC
181 Switzerland Fabian Cancellara DNF Stage 12[4]
182 United States David Zabriskie 58
183 Luxembourg Andy Schleck 2
184 Argentina Juan José Haedo DNF Stage 10[6]
185 Russia Alexandr Kolobnev DNF Stage 12[4]
186 Denmark Michael Blaudzun DNF Stage 8[5]
187 Denmark Matti Breschel 120
188 Ukraine Volodymir Gustov 69
189 Norway Kurt Asle Arvesen 62

Team Milram[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Team Milram
191 Italy Alessandro Petacchi DSQ[13]
192 Italy Alessandro Cortinovis 113
193 Italy Sergio Ghisalberti DNF Stage 10[6]
194 Germany Christian Knees 72
195 Australia Brett Lancaster 115
196 Germany Martin Müller 130
197 Italy Alberto Ongarato DNF Stage 10[6]
198 Italy Fabio Sabatini DNF Stage 14[2]
199 Italy Mirco Lorenzetto 109

Tinkoff Credit Systems[edit]

No Rider Final GC
Tinkoff Credit Systems
201 Italy Salvatore Commesso 55
202 Russia Evgeni Petrov 7
203 Italy Daniele Contrini 86
204 Russia Ivan Rovny DNS Stage 14[2]
205 Spain Ricardo Serrano 102
206 Russia Mikhail Ignatiev 128
207 Russia Pavel Brutt 87
208 Italy Elio Aggiano 138
209 Russia Nikolai Trusov 133

T-Mobile Team[edit]

No Rider Final GC
T-Mobile Team
211 Canada Michael Barry DNS Stage 2
212 Italy Lorenzo Bernucci 64
213 Australia Adam Hansen DNS Stage 3
214 New Zealand Gregory Henderson DNF Stage 10[6]
215 Belgium Axel Merckx 50
216 United States Aaron Olson 137
217 Italy Marco Pinotti 18
218 Czech Republic František Raboň 79
219 Germany Thomas Ziegler DNS Stage 6[7]

References[edit]

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  9. ^ "Simoni wins 17th stage of Giro; Di Luca retains overall lead". usatoday.com. 30 May 2007. Retrieved 8 April 2014. 
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