Six Days of Turin

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Six Days of Turin
Race details
RegionTurin, Italy
Local name(s)6 Giorni di Torino
DisciplineTrack
TypeSix-day racing
History
First edition2001 (2001)
Editions9 (as of 2018)
First winner
Most recent

The Six Days of Turin (Italian: 6 Giorni di Torino) is a six-day track cycling race held annually in Turin, Italy since 2001.[1]

Winners[edit]

Year Winner Second Third
2001 Italy Ivan Quaranta
Italy Marco Villa
Switzerland Bruno Risi
Switzerland Kurt Betschart
Italy Adriano Baffi
Belgium Matthew Gilmore
2002 Italy Ivan Quaranta
Italy Marco Villa
Australia Scott McGrory
Belgium Matthew Gilmore
Switzerland Bruno Risi
Switzerland Kurt Betschart
2003 Australia Scott McGrory
United Kingdom Tony Gibb
Slovakia Martin Liska
Slovakia Jozef Zabka
Italy Samuele Marzoli
Italy Marco Villa
2004 Italy Ivan Quaranta
Italy Marco Villa
Slovakia Martin Liska
Slovakia Jozef Zabka
Argentina Sebastián Donadio
Germany Daniel Schlegel
2005 Argentina Sebastián Donadio
Italy Marco Villa
Argentina Juan Curuchet
Argentina Walter Pérez
Slovakia Martin Liska
Slovakia Jozef Zabka
2006 No race
2007 Argentina Juan Curuchet
Argentina Walter Pérez
Switzerland Franco Marvulli
Italy Marco Villa
Czechoslovakia Alois Kankovsky
Czechoslovakia Petr Lazar
2008 Switzerland Bruno Risi
Switzerland Franco Marvulli
Argentina Sebastián Donadio
Argentina Ángel Darío Colla
Netherlands Robert Slippens
Netherlands Danny Stam
2009-2016 No race
2017 Italy Elia Viviani
Italy Francesco Lamon
Republic of Ireland Felix English
Republic of Ireland Marc Potts
Kazakhstan Roman Vassilenkov
Kazakhstan Sergey Shatovkin
2018 Italy Mattia Viel
Australia Nicholas Yallouris
Belarus Yauheni Akhramenka
Belarus Raman Tsishkou
France Joseph Berlin-Sémon
France Morgan Kneisky

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Six Days of Turin". Memoire-du-cyclisme. Retrieved 15 June 2019.