Trofeo Pantalica

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Trofeo Pantalica
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Race details
Date Early March
Region Province of Syracuse, Italy
English name Trophy Pantalica
Local name(s) Trofeo Pantalica (Italian)
Discipline Road
Competition UCI Europe Tour
Type Single-day
Organiser RCS Sport
History
First edition 1975 (1975)
Editions 28
Final edition 2003
First winner  Roger De Vlaeminck (BEL)
Most wins  Giuseppe Saronni (ITA) (5 wins)
Final winner  Miguel Ángel Martín Perdiguero (ESP)

The Trofeo Pantalica was a professional road bicycle race held annually in Province of Syracuse, Italy. The last edition took place in 2003.

Winners[edit]

Rider Team
1975 Belgium De Vlaeminck, RogerRoger De Vlaeminck (BEL)
1976 Italy Moser, FrancescoFrancesco Moser (ITA)
1977 Italy Saronni, GiuseppeGiuseppe Saronni (ITA)
1978 Italy Saronni, GiuseppeGiuseppe Saronni (ITA)
1979 Italy Battaglin, GiovanniGiovanni Battaglin (ITA)
1980 Italy Saronni, GiuseppeGiuseppe Saronni (ITA)
1981 Sweden Prim, TommyTommy Prim (SWE)
1982 Italy Saronni, GiuseppeGiuseppe Saronni (ITA)
1983 Italy Moser, FrancescoFrancesco Moser (ITA)
1984 Italy Gavazzi, PierinoPierino Gavazzi (ITA)
1985 Italy Saronni, GiuseppeGiuseppe Saronni (ITA)
1986 Italy Cesarini, FrancescoFrancesco Cesarini (ITA)
1987 Italy Caroli, DanieleDaniele Caroli (ITA)
1988 Canada Bauer, SteveSteve Bauer (CAN)
1989 Denmark Sorensen, RolfRolf Sørensen (DEN)
1990 Italy Baffi, AdrianoAdriano Baffi (ITA)
1991 Australia Sunderland, ScottScott Sunderland (AUS)
1992 Russia Zhdanov, DimitriDimitri Zhdanov (RUS)
1994 Italy Furlan, GiorgioGiorgio Furlan (ITA)
1995 Italy Colagè, StefanoStefano Colagè (ITA)
1996 Italy Fontanelli, FabianoFabiano Fontanelli (ITA)
1997 Italy Coppolillo, MicheleMichele Coppolillo (ITA)
1998 Italy Colagè, StefanoStefano Colagè (ITA)
1999 Italy Ferrigato, AndreaAndrea Ferrigato (ITA)
2000 Italy Di Luca, DaniloDanilo Di Luca (ITA)
2001 Italy Petito, RobertoRoberto Petito (ITA)
2002 Italy Baldato, FabioFabio Baldato (ITA)
2003 Spain Martin Perdiguero, Miguel AngelMiguel Ángel Martín Perdiguero (ESP)

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