Giro della Valle d'Aosta

Giro della Valle d'Aosta is a stage race road bicycle race held annually in August in Valle d'Aosta, Italy. Since 2005, the race is organized as a 2.2 event on the UCI Europe Tour. Since 2012, the race takes place in July.

Giro della Valle d'Aosta
DateLate August
RegionValle d'Aosta, Italy
Local name(s)Giro della Valle d'Aosta (in Italian)
DisciplineRoad race
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeStage race
OrganiserSocietà Ciclistica Valdostana
Race directorMassimo Gemme
Web sitewww.girovalledaosta.it/index.php?lang=fr&Itemid=240 Edit this at Wikidata
First edition1962 (1962)
Editions55 (as of 2018)
First winner Gilberto Vendemmiati (ITA)
Most wins Ivan Gotti (ITA)
 Yaroslav Popovych (UKR)
 Marco Marzano (ITA)
 Fabio Aru (ITA)
(2 wins)
Most recent Mauri Vansevenant (BEL)

WinnersEdit

Year Country Rider Team
1962   Italy Gilberto Vendemmiati
1963   Italy Gianni Motta
1964   Italy Adriano Passuello
1965–1966 No race
1967   Italy Arturo Pecchielan
1968   Italy Pierfranco Vianelli
1969   Italy Vittorio Urbani
1970   Italy Franco Baroni
1971   Italy Mario Corti
1972   Italy Efrem Dall'Anese
1973   Italy Gabriele Mirri
1974   Italy Giuseppe Rodella
1975   Italy Leone Pizzini
1976   Italy Francesco Masi
1977   Italy Ennio Vanotti
1978   Italy Claudio Gosetto
1979   Italy Alessandro Paganessi
1980   Italy Fabrizio Verza
1981   Italy Maurizio Viotto
1982   Italy Stefano Tomasini
1983   Belgium Luc Wallays
1984   Italy Flavio Giupponi
1985   Sweden Stefan Brykt
1986   Italy Marco Lanteri
1987   France Fabrice Philipot
1988   Italy Enrico Zaina
1989   Italy Ivan Gotti
1990   Italy Ivan Gotti
1991   Italy Wladimir Belli
1992   Italy Gilberto Simoni
1993   Italy Roberto Menegotto
1994   Italy Roberto Pistore
1995   Italy Valentino Fois
1996   Italy Claudio Vandelli
1997   Italy Devis Miorin
1998   Moldova Igor Pugaci
1999   Czech Republic Milan Kadlec
2000   Ukraine Yaroslav Popovych Vellutex Zoccorinese
2001   Ukraine Yaroslav Popovych Vellutex Zoccorinese
2002   Italy Marco Marzano Sintofarm Feralpi
2003   Italy Marco Marzano Ceramiche Pagnoncelli
2004   Slovenia Tomasz Nose Slovenia (national team)
2005   Italy Morris Possoni Unidelta Egidio Colibrì Garda
2006   Italy Alessandro Bisolti U.C. Palazzago
2007   Colombia Alex Cano Unidelta Bottoli Arvedi Garda
2008   Italy Michele Gaia Bergamasca 1902
2009   France Thibaut Pinot France (national team)
2010   Russia Petr Ignatenko Itera-Katusha
2011   Italy Fabio Aru U.C. Palazzago
2012   Italy Fabio Aru U.C. Palazzago
2013   Italy Davide Villella Team Colpack
2014   Colombia Bernardo Suaza 4-72 Colombia
2015   Australia Robert Power Australia (national team)
2016    Switzerland Kilian Frankiny BMC Development Team
2017   Russia Pavel Sivakov BMC Development Team
2018   Kazakhstan Vadim Pronskiy Astana City
2019   Belgium Mauri Vansevenant EFC–L&R–Vulsteke

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