|Full name||Mirco Lorenzetto|
13 July 1981 |
Vittorio Veneto, Italy
|Discipline||Road and track|
Mirco Lorenzetto (born 13 July 1981 in Vittorio Veneto) is a former Italian racing cyclist, who competed as a professional between 2004 and 2011. He has won victories in the Tour Méditerranéen 2007, the Tour of Sardegna and Giro del Friuli in 2009.
The year 2009 started good for Lorenzetto, as in March he already had three victories. In April 2009, during the Tour of Flanders, Lorenzetto crashed and was taken to hospital, but a few days later he could leave the hospital without serious damage.
Lorenzetto announced his retirement in December 2011, at the age of 30.
- 2004 – De Nardi
- 2005 – Domina Vacanze
- 2006 – Milram
- 2007 – Milram
- 1st, Stage 6, Tour Méditerranéen
- 2008 – Milram
- 2009 – Lampre
- 1st, Stage 1 & 2, Giro di Sardegna
- 1st, Giro del Friuli
- 2010 – Lampre
- 1st Stage 4, Tour de Pologne
- "Lorenzetto calls time on career". Cycling News. Future Publishing Limited. 2 December 2011. Retrieved 1 January 2012.
- Tight Méditerranéen sprint finish – Lorenzetto over Bennati
- Lorenzetto marks season's third in Friuli
- García Acosta and Lorenzetto injured
- Lorenzetto to leave hospital
- Mirco Lorenzetto profile at Cycling Archives
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