Circuito del Porto

The Circuito del Porto-Trofeo Arvedi is a professional one day cycling race held annually in Italy. It is part of UCI Europe Tour in category 1.2.[1]

Circuito del Porto
Race details
DateMay
RegionLombardy
DisciplineRoad race
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeSingle day race
OrganiserClub Ciclistico Cremonese 1891
History
First edition1967 (1967)
Editions55 (as of 2022)
First winner Mauro Landini (ITA)
Most wins
Most recent Davide Persico (ITA)

WinnersEdit

[2]

Year Country Rider Team
1967   Italy Mauro Landini Codifiume–Ferrara
1968   Italy Valerio Valenti Pedale Melzese–Milano
1969   Italy Andrea Ciatti C.C. Cremonese 1891
1970   Italy Pietro Algeri G.S. Cima–Bergamo
1971   Italy Gianfranco Foresti Domus–Bergamo
1972   Italy Valerio Lualdi Lainatese–Milano
1973   Italy Alessandro Cardelli Monsummannese
1974   Italy Giuseppe Colombo S.C. Bettolino Lapa
1975   Italy Roberto Ceruti G.S. Itla
1976   Italy Agostino Bertagnoli G.S. Scalvini
1977   Italy Mario Noris S.C. Ciclo Lombardo Framesi
1978   Italy Emanuele Seghezzi G.S. Bonetti Trescore
1979   Italy Maurizio Piovani G.S. System Holz
1980   Italy Silvestro Milani S.S. Nuova Baggio
1981   Italy Luigi Ferreri G.S. Mecair–Milano
1982   Italy Dario Montani G.S. Isal Tessari
1983   Italy Umberto Viganò Supermercati Brianzoli
1984   Italy Angelo Tosi Bresciplast
1985   Italy Ettore Badolato G.S. Passerini
1986   Italy Ercole Mores G.S. Michelin FGM
1987   Italy Alberto Destro Coalca Cantagrillo–Pistoia
1988   Italy Luigi Tessaro Diadora Treviso
1989   Italy Riccardo Tarlao G.S. Fausto Coppi
1990   Italy Angelo Tameni Bubiline Silva
1991   Italy Claudio Camin Caneva–Pordenone
1992   Italy Nicola Minali MG Bois–Treviso
1993   Italy Federico Colonna G.S. Grassi–Filati Alessandra
1994   Italy Michele Zamboni Zalf–Euromobil–Fior
1995   Italy Alberto Destro G.S. Brunero Bongioanni
1996   Italy Enrico Bonetti SC Pagnoncelli
1997   Italy Cristian Bianchini SC Pagnoncelli
1998   Italy Nicola Chesini SC Pagnoncelli
1999   Italy Alessandro Romio G.S. Podenzano
2000   Brazil Luciano Pagliarini G.S.C. B.F. Cycling Team
2001   Italy Juri Alvisi Cycling Team Eternedile
2002   Italy Stefano Bonini San Pellegrino–Bottoli–Artoni
2003   Ukraine Yuriy Ivanov G.S. Luigi Maserati–Synclean
2004   Italy Mattia Gavazzi Team Cioli
2005   Argentina Maximiliano Richeze Parolin–Ramonda–Seca
2006   Italy Manolo Zanella Zalf–Désirée–Fior
2007   Italy Jacopo Guarnieri Marchiol–Ima–Famila–Liquigas–Site
2008   Italy Michele Nodari C.C. Cremonese Arvedi Unidelta Garda
2009   Italy Filippo Baggio Bottoli Nordelettrica Ramonda
2010   Italy Marco Amicabile Delio Gallina–S. Inox
2011   Italy Cristian Rossi Team Casati Named
2012   Italy Paolo Simion Zalf–Euromobil–Désirée–Fior
2013   Italy Paolo Simion Zalf–Euromobil–Désirée–Fior
2014   Italy Jakub Mareczko Viris Maserati
2015   Italy Riccardo Minali Team Colpack
2016   Italy Marco Maronese Zalf–Euromobil–Désirée–Fior
2017   Italy Imerio Cima Viris Maserati
2018   Italy Giovanni Lonardi Zalf–Euromobil–Désirée–Fior
2019   Italy Luca Mozzato Dimension Data for Qhubeka
2020 No race due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy
2021[3]   Russia Gleb Syritsa Russia (national team)
2022   Italy Davide Persico Team Colpack–Ballan

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2016 Circuito del Porto-Trofeo Arvedi". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 5 August 2016.
  2. ^ "54° Circuito del Porto" (PDF). CCCremonese1891.com (in Italian). Club Ciclistico Cremonese. pp. 21, 23, 25. Archived from the original (PDF) on 15 November 2021. Retrieved 15 November 2021.
  3. ^ "Circuito del Porto. Grande volata del russo Gleb Syritsa. Gallery" [Circuito del Porto. Great flow by Russian Gleb Syritsa. Gallery]. Tuttobici (in Italian). Prima Pagina Edizioni srl. 2 May 2021. Retrieved 15 November 2021.