De Nardi

  (Redirected from Domina Vacanze)

De Nardi was a professional cycling team based in Italy. Founded under a Slovak license, they helped nurture talented young riders. In 2003, the merged with Team Colpack-Astro, and took on Colpack as a co-sponsor. In 2005, Italian hotel group Domina Vacanze sponsored the team, having formerly sponsored a different team. For the 2005 season the team competed in the 2005 UCI ProTour. However, they didn't have the budget of the other teams and produced very few wins. For the 2006 season, the team merged with Team Wiesenhof to create Team Milram. In 2009 an amateur team sponsored by De Nardi and Colpack emerged, now known as Team Colpack.

De Nardi
Team information
UCI codeSDM
RegisteredSlovakia (1999–2002)
Italy (2003–2005)
Founded1999 (1999)
Disbanded2005
Discipline(s)Road
Team name history
1999–2002
2003
2004
2005
De Nardi–Pasta Montegrappa
De Nardi–Colpack
De Nardi–Piemme Telekom
Domina Vacanze
Part of the Domina Vacanze cycling team outside of the Henninger Turm in Germany

Notable ridersEdit

  Timothy Jones (ZIM) 2003–2004
  Wladimir Belli (ITA) 2005
  Alessandro Bertolini (ITA) 2005
  Ruggero Borghi (ITA) 2004–2005
  Simone Cadamuro (ITA) 2003–2005
  Matteo Carrara (ITA) 2003
  Mirko Celestino (ITA) 2005
  Alessandro Cortinovis (ITA) 2005
  Marco Fertonani (ITA) 2005
  Angelo Furlan (ITA) 2005
  Sergio Ghisalberti (ITA) 2005
  Mirco Lorenzetto (ITA) 2004–2005
  Giuseppe Palumbo (ITA) 2003
  Ivan Quaranta (ITA) 2005
  Elia Rigotto (ITA) 2005
  Luca Solari (ITA) 2005
  Alessandro Vanotti (ITA) 2004–2005
  Giovanni Visconti (ITA) 2005
  Mario Cipollini (ITA) 2003–2004
  Murilo Fischer (BRA) 2004
  Ruslan Ivanov (MDA) 2005
  Igor Pugaci (MDA) 2004
  Andriy Hrivko (UKR) 2005
  Serhiy Honchar (UKR) 2003–2005
  Andrus Aug (EST) 2003
  Charly Wegelius (GBR) 2003–2004
  Maxim Iglinskiy (KAZ) 2005
  Matej Jurco (SVK) 2004–2005
  Rafael Nuritdinov (UZB) 2003–2005

Major winsEdit

National championsEdit

2003
  Ukrainian Road Race Championships, Serhiy Honchar
2004
  Slovak Time Trial Championships, Matej Jurco
  Uzbekistan Road Race Championships, Rafael Nuritdinov
2005
  Slovak Time Trial Championships, Matej Jurco
  Ukrainian Time Trial Championships, Andriy Hrivko

ReferencesEdit