List of teams and cyclists in the 2014 Giro d'Italia

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The 2014 Giro d'Italia was the 97th edition of the Giro d'Italia, one of cycling's Grand Tours. The Giro d'Italia featured 198 riders competing from 22 cycling teams, and was held from 9 May to 1 June 2014.[1]

Teams[edit]

All eighteen UCI ProTeams were automatically invited and were obliged to attend the race. As the winners of the 2013 Coppa Italia rankings for Italian teams, Androni Giocattoli–Venezuela were invited to the race in October 2013.[2] In January 2014, the three remaining wildcard places were decided by a vote on social media, from a shortlist of eight UCI Professional Continental teams.[3] The places were later awarded to the Bardiani–CSF, Colombia and Neri Sottoli squads.[4]

The 22 teams that competed in the race were:

*: Pro Continental teams given wild card entry to this event.

By rider[edit]

Legend
No. Starting number worn by the rider during the Giro
Pos. Position in the general classification
Denotes riders born on or after 1 January 1989 eligible for the Young rider classification
  A pink jersey   Denotes the winner of the General classification
  A red jersey   Denotes the winner of the Points classification
  A blue jersey   Denotes the winner of the Mountains classification
  A white jersey   Denotes the winner of the Young rider classification (eligibility indicated by †)
DNS Denotes a rider who did not start,
followed by the stage before which he withdrew
DNF Denotes a rider who did not finish,
followed by the stage in which he withdrew
HD Denotes a rider who failed to finish within the time limit,
followed by the stage in which this occurred
DSQ Denotes a rider who was disqualified from the race,
followed by the stage during which this occurred
Age correct as of 9 May 2014, the date on which the Giro began
No. Name Nationality Team Age Position
1 Michele Scarponi  Italy Astana 34 DNF-16[5]
2 Valerio Agnoli  Italy Astana 29 71
3 Fabio Aru  Italy Astana 23 3
4 Janez Brajkovič  Slovenia Astana 30 DNF-6[6]
5 Enrico Gasparotto  Italy Astana 32 97
6 Borut Božič  Slovenia Astana 33 124
7 Mikel Landa  Spain Astana 24 34
8 Paolo Tiralongo  Italy Astana 36 45
9 Andrey Zeits  Kazakhstan Astana 27 102
11 Domenico Pozzovivo  Italy Ag2r–La Mondiale 31 5
12 Davide Appollonio  Italy Ag2r–La Mondiale 24 HD-11[7]
13 Julien Bérard  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 26 70
14 Maxime Bouet  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 27 38
15 Axel Domont  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 23 58
16 Hubert Dupont  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 33 16
17 Patrick Gretsch  Germany Ag2r–La Mondiale 27 95
18 Matteo Montaguti  Italy Ag2r–La Mondiale 30 44
19 Alexis Vuillermoz  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 25 11
21 Franco Pellizotti  Italy Androni Giocattoli–Venezuela 36 12
22 Manuel Belletti  Italy Androni Giocattoli–Venezuela 28 DNS-14[8]
23 Marco Frapporti  Italy Androni Giocattoli–Venezuela 29 108
24 Yonder Godoy  Venezuela Androni Giocattoli–Venezuela 21 76
25 Johnny Hoogerland  Netherlands Androni Giocattoli–Venezuela 30 105
26 Marco Bandiera  Italy Androni Giocattoli–Venezuela 29 142
27 Jackson Rodríguez  Venezuela Androni Giocattoli–Venezuela 29 86
28 Diego Rosa  Italy Androni Giocattoli–Venezuela 25 DNF-18[9]
29 Emanuele Sella  Italy Androni Giocattoli–Venezuela 33 63
31 Stefano Pirazzi  Italy Bardiani–CSF 27 85
32 Enrico Battaglin  Italy Bardiani–CSF 24 52
33 Nicola Boem  Italy Bardiani–CSF 24 128
34 Francesco Manuel Bongiorno  Italy Bardiani–CSF 23 59
35 Marco Canola  Italy Bardiani–CSF 25 122
36 Sonny Colbrelli  Italy Bardiani–CSF 23 94
37 Enrico Barbin  Italy Bardiani–CSF 24 119
38 Nicola Ruffoni  Italy Bardiani–CSF 23 HD-11[7]
39 Edoardo Zardini  Italy Bardiani–CSF 24 53
41 Wilco Kelderman  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 23 7
42 Jetse Bol  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 24 156
43 Rick Flens  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 31 132
44 Marc Goos  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 23 35
45 Martijn Keizer  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 26 67
46 Steven Kruijswijk  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 26 DNF-9[10]
47 David Tanner  Australia Belkin Pro Cycling 29 130
48 Maarten Tjallingii  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 36 92
49 Jos van Emden  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 29 107
51 Cadel Evans  Australia BMC Racing Team 37 8
52 Brent Bookwalter  United States BMC Racing Team 30 68
53 Yannick Eijssen  Belgium BMC Racing Team 24 DNF-10[11]
54 Ben Hermans  Belgium BMC Racing Team 27 72
55 Steve Morabito   Switzerland BMC Racing Team 31 25
56 Daniel Oss  Italy BMC Racing Team 27 103
57 Manuel Quinziato  Italy BMC Racing Team 34 112
58 Samuel Sánchez  Spain BMC Racing Team 36 24
59 Danilo Wyss   Switzerland BMC Racing Team 28 84
61 Ivan Basso  Italy Cannondale 36 15
62 Oscar Gatto  Italy Cannondale 29 116
63 Michel Koch  Germany Cannondale 22 152
64 Paolo Longo Borghini  Italy Cannondale 33 99
65 Alan Marangoni  Italy Cannondale 29 137
66 Moreno Moser  Italy Cannondale 23 120
67 Daniele Ratto  Italy Cannondale 24 126
68 Davide Villella  Italy Cannondale 22 DNF-6[6]
69 Elia Viviani  Italy Cannondale 25 145
71 Fabio Duarte  Colombia Colombia 27 28
72 Rodolfo Torres  Colombia Colombia 27 81
73 Edwin Ávila  Colombia Colombia 24 HD-9[12]
74 Robinson Chalapud  Colombia Colombia 30 75
75 Leonardo Duque  Colombia Colombia 34 78
76 Jarlinson Pantano  Colombia Colombia 25 32
77 Carlos Quintero  Colombia Colombia 28 117
78 Jeffry Romero  Colombia Colombia 24 149
79 Miguel Ángel Rubiano  Colombia Colombia 29 101
81 A red jersey Nacer Bouhanni  France FDJ.fr 23 140
82 Sébastien Chavanel  France FDJ.fr 31 150
83 Arnaud Courteille  France FDJ.fr 25 DNF-16[13]
84 Murilo Fischer  Brazil FDJ.fr 34 135
85 Alexandre Geniez  France FDJ.fr 26 13
86 Johan Le Bon  France FDJ.fr 23 89
87 Francis Mourey  France FDJ.fr 33 33
88 Laurent Pichon  France FDJ.fr 27 129
89 Jussi Veikkanen  Finland FDJ.fr 33 109
91 Ryder Hesjedal  Canada Garmin–Sharp 33 9
92 André Cardoso  Portugal Garmin–Sharp 29 20
93 Thomas Dekker  Netherlands Garmin–Sharp 29 DNF-16[5]
94 Tyler Farrar  United States Garmin–Sharp 29 147
95 Koldo Fernández  Spain Garmin–Sharp 32 HD-1[14]
96 Nathan Haas  Australia Garmin–Sharp 25 104
97 Dan Martin  Ireland Garmin–Sharp 27 DNF-1[15]
98 Dylan van Baarle  Netherlands Garmin–Sharp 21 DNS-15[16]
99 Fabian Wegmann  Germany Garmin–Sharp 33 DNF-11[17]
100 Damiano Cunego  Italy Lampre–Merida 32 19
101 Winner Anacona  Colombia Lampre–Merida 25 62
102 Matteo Bono  Italy Lampre–Merida 30 77
103 Mattia Cattaneo  Italy Lampre–Merida 23 64
104 Roberto Ferrari  Italy Lampre–Merida 31 144
105 Manuele Mori  Italy Lampre–Merida 33 118
106 Przemysław Niemiec  Poland Lampre–Merida 34 49
107 Jan Polanc  Slovenia Lampre–Merida 22 42
109 Diego Ulissi  Italy Lampre–Merida 24 DNS-18[18]
111 Maxime Monfort  Belgium Lotto–Belisol 31 14
112 Lars Bak  Denmark Lotto–Belisol 34 56
113 Kenny Dehaes  Belgium Lotto–Belisol 29 HD-19[19]
114 Gert Dockx  Belgium Lotto–Belisol 25 115
115 Adam Hansen  Australia Lotto–Belisol 32 73
116 Sander Armée  Belgium Lotto–Belisol 28 47
117 Tosh Van der Sande  Belgium Lotto–Belisol 23 93
118 Tim Wellens  Belgium Lotto–Belisol 22 54
119 Dennis Vanendert  Belgium Lotto–Belisol 25 DNS-14[20]
121 A pink jerseyA white jersey Nairo Quintana  Colombia Movistar Team 24 1
122 Andrey Amador  Costa Rica Movistar Team 27 110
123 Igor Antón  Spain Movistar Team 31 37
124 Eros Capecchi  Italy Movistar Team 27 79
125 Jonathan Castroviejo  Spain Movistar Team 27 57
126 José Herrada  Spain Movistar Team 28 23
127 Gorka Izagirre  Spain Movistar Team 26 83
128 Francisco Ventoso  Spain Movistar Team 32 125
129 Adriano Malori  Italy Movistar Team 26 121
131 Matteo Rabottini  Italy Neri Sottoli 26 17
132 Giorgio Cecchinel  Italy Neri Sottoli 24 DNS-6[21]
133 Ramón Carretero  Panama Neri Sottoli 23 DNF-7[22]
134 Francesco Chicchi  Italy Neri Sottoli 33 DNS-9[23]
135 Daniele Colli  Italy Neri Sottoli 32 DNF-16[13]
136 Andrea Fedi  Italy Neri Sottoli 22 148
137 Mauro Finetto  Italy Neri Sottoli 28 DNF-16[13]
138 Jonathan Monsalve  Venezuela Neri Sottoli 24 66
139 Simone Ponzi  Italy Neri Sottoli 27 106
141 Rigoberto Urán  Colombia Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 27 2
142 Gianluca Brambilla  Italy Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 26 29
143 Thomas De Gendt  Belgium Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 27 65
144 Iljo Keisse  Belgium Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 31 139
145 Serge Pauwels  Belgium Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 30 31
146 Alessandro Petacchi  Italy Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 40 DNF-16[5]
147 Wout Poels  Netherlands Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 26 21
148 Pieter Serry  Belgium Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 25 74
149 Julien Vermote  Belgium Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 24 88
151 Ivan Santaromita  Italy Orica–GreenEDGE 30 DNS-18[24]
152 Luke Durbridge  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 23 DNF-11[25]
153 Michael Hepburn  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 22 154
154 Brett Lancaster  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 34 DNS-7[26]
155 Michael Matthews  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 23 DNS-11[27]
156 Cameron Meyer  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 26 DNS-8[28]
157 Mitchell Docker  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 27 DNF-15[29]
158 Svein Tuft  Canada Orica–GreenEDGE 37 155
159 Pieter Weening  Netherlands Orica–GreenEDGE 33 DNF-14[30]
161 Pierre Rolland  France Team Europcar 27 4
162 Yukiya Arashiro  Japan Team Europcar 29 127
163 Angelo Tulik  France Team Europcar 23 123
164 Tony Hurel  France Team Europcar 26 134
165 Davide Malacarne  Italy Team Europcar 26 39
166 Maxime Méderel  France Team Europcar 33 DNF-7[31]
167 Perrig Quémeneur  France Team Europcar 30 80
168 Romain Sicard  France Team Europcar 26 51
169 Björn Thurau  Germany Team Europcar 25 DNF-16[32]
171 Marcel Kittel  Germany Giant–Shimano 25 DNS-4[33]
172 Bert De Backer  Belgium Giant–Shimano 30 133
173 Simon Geschke  Germany Giant–Shimano 28 69
174 Tobias Ludvigsson  Sweden Giant–Shimano 23 DNF-12[34]
175 Luka Mezgec  Slovenia Giant–Shimano 25 136
176 Georg Preidler  Austria Giant–Shimano 23 27
177 Tom Stamsnijder  Netherlands Giant–Shimano 28 143
178 Albert Timmer  Netherlands Giant–Shimano 28 87
179 Tom Veelers  Netherlands Giant–Shimano 29 146
181 Joaquim Rodríguez  Spain Team Katusha 34 DNS-7[6]
182 Maxim Belkov  Russia Team Katusha 29 90
183 Giampaolo Caruso  Italy Team Katusha 33 DNF-6[35]
184 Vladimir Gusev  Russia Team Katusha 31 60
185 Alberto Losada  Spain Team Katusha 32 36
186 Daniel Moreno  Spain Team Katusha 32 41
187 Luca Paolini  Italy Team Katusha 37 111
188 Ángel Vicioso  Spain Team Katusha 37 DNF-6[35]
189 Eduard Vorganov  Russia Team Katusha 31 55
191 Dario Cataldo  Italy Team Sky 29 26
192 Edvald Boasson Hagen  Norway Team Sky 26 DNS-16[36]
193 Philip Deignan  Ireland Team Sky 30 43
194 Bernhard Eisel  Austria Team Sky 33 138
195 Sebastián Henao  Colombia Team Sky 20 22
196 Christopher Sutton  Australia Team Sky 29 153
197 Salvatore Puccio  Italy Team Sky 24 98
198 Kanstantsin Sivtsov  Belarus Team Sky 31 DNF-14[37]
199 Ben Swift  Great Britain Team Sky 26 113
201 Nicolas Roche  Ireland Tinkoff–Saxo 29 30
202 Christopher Juul-Jensen  Denmark Tinkoff–Saxo 24 100
203 Rafał Majka  Poland Tinkoff–Saxo 24 6
204 Evgeni Petrov  Russia Tinkoff–Saxo 35 48
205 Paweł Poljański  Poland Tinkoff–Saxo 23 50
206 Ivan Rovny  Russia Tinkoff–Saxo 26 46
207 Chris Anker Sørensen  Denmark Tinkoff–Saxo 29 DNS-12[38]
208 Jay McCarthy  Australia Tinkoff–Saxo 23 91
209 Michael Rogers  Australia Tinkoff–Saxo 34 18
211 Robert Kišerlovski  Croatia Trek Factory Racing 27 10
212 Eugenio Alafaci  Italy Trek Factory Racing 23 151
213 A blue jersey Julián Arredondo  Colombia Trek Factory Racing 25 61
214 Fabio Felline  Italy Trek Factory Racing 24 96
215 Danilo Hondo  Germany Trek Factory Racing 40 114
216 Giacomo Nizzolo  Italy Trek Factory Racing 25 141
217 Boy van Poppel  Netherlands Trek Factory Racing 26 131
218 Fumiyuki Beppu  Japan Trek Factory Racing 31 82
219 Riccardo Zoidl  Austria Trek Factory Racing 26 40

By nationality[edit]

The 198 riders that competed in the 2014 Giro d'Italia represented 30 different countries.

Country No. of riders Finishers Stage wins
 Australia 13 8 3 (Michael Rogers x2, Michael Matthews)
 Austria 3 3
 Belarus 1 0
 Belgium 15 12
 Brazil 1 1
 Canada 2 2
 Colombia 14 13 4 (Nairo Quintana x2, Julián Arredondo, Rigoberto Urán)
 Costa Rica 1 1
 Croatia 1 1
 Denmark 3 2
 Finland 1 1
 France 18 16 3 (Nacer Bouhanni x3)
 Germany 7 4 2 (Marcel Kittel x2)
 Great Britain 1 1
 Ireland 3 2
 Italy 59 45 6 (Diego Ulissi x2, Fabio Aru, Enrico Battaglin, Marco Canola, Stefano Pirazzi)
 Japan 2 2
 Kazakhstan 1 1
 Netherlands 17 13 1 (Pieter Weening)
 Norway 1 0
 Panama 1 0
 Poland 3 3
 Portugal 1 1
 Russia 5 5
 Slovenia 4 3 1 (Luka Mezgec)
 Spain 12 9
 Sweden 1 0
  Switzerland 2 2
 United States 2 2
 Venezuela 3 3
Total 198 156

References[edit]

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