Italy national cycling team

The Italy national cycling team represents Italy in International cycling competitions such as Olympic Games or World cycling Championships.

HistoryEdit

The national Italian cyclingteam participated to all the Summer Olympics editions, from Paris 1900, 24 times on 26.[1]

Medal tablesEdit

Event Editions 1st edition Men Women Total Ranking
      Tot.       Tot.       Tot.
Olympic Games 24 1900 28 15 8 51 4 1 1 6 32 16 9 57 2nd
Road World Championships 79 1927 39 38 35 112 1st
Track World Championships 108 1893 75 82 89 246 4th

Olympic GamesEdit

In pink color the women's medals.

Edition   Gold   Silver   Bronze Total Events
  Athens 1896 DNP 6
  Paris 1900 0 2
  St. Louis 1904 DNP 7
  London 1908 0 6
  Stockholm 1912 0 2
  Antwerp 1920 Team pursuit
Primo Magnani
Arnaldo Carli
Ruggero Ferrario
Franco Giorgetti
1 6
  Paris 1924 Team pursuit
Francesco Zucchetti
Angelo De Martini
Alfredo Dinale
Aurelio Menegazzi
1 6
  Amsterdam 1928 Team pursuit
Cesare Facciani
Giacomo Gaioni
Mario Lusiani
Luigi Tasselli
1 6
  Los Angeles 1932 Individual road race
Attilio Pavesi
Individual road race
Guglielmo Segato
5 6
Team road race
Giuseppe Olmo
Attilio Pavesi
Guglielmo Segato
Sprint
Bruno Pellizzari
Team pursuit
Paolo Pedretti
Nino Borsari
Marco Cimatti
Alberto Ghilardi
  Berlin 1936 Team pursuit
Severino Rigoni
Bianco Bianchi
Mario Gentili
Armando Latini
1 6
  London 1948 Sprint
Mario Ghella
3 6
Tandem
Renato Perona
Ferdinando Teruzzi
Team pursuit
Rino Pucci
Arnaldo Benfenati
Guido Bernardi
Anselmo Citterio
  Helsinki 1952 Team road race
Dino Bruni
Gianni Ghidini
Vincenzo Zucconelli
5 6
1000m time trial
Marino Morettini
Sprint
Enzo Sacchi
Tandem
Antonio Maspes
Cesare Pinarello
Team pursuit
Marino Morettini
Loris Campana
Mino De Rossi
Guido Messina
  Melbourne 1956 Individual road race
Ercole Baldini
5 6
1000m time trial
Leandro Faggin
Sprint
Guglielmo Pesenti
Tandem
Giuseppe Ogna
Cesare Pinarello
Team pursuit
Valentino Gasparella
Antonio Domenicali
Leandro Faggin
Franco Gandini
  Rome 1960 Individual road race
Livio Trapè
7 6
Team time trial
Livio Trapè
Antonio Bailetti
Ottavio Cogliati
Giacomo Fornoni
1000m time trial
Sante Gaiardoni
Sprint
Sante Gaiardoni
Sprint
Valentino Gasparella
Tandem
Giuseppe Beghetto
Sergio Bianchetto
Team pursuit
Marino Vigna
Luigi Arienti
Franco Testa
Mario Vallotto
  Tokyo 1964 Individual road race
Mario Zanin
8 7
Team time trial
Ferruccio Manza
Severino Andreoli
Luciano Dalla Bona
Pietro Guerra
1000m time trial
Giovanni Pettenella
Sprint
Giovanni Pettenella
Sprint
Sergio Bianchetto
Tandem
Sergio Bianchetto
Angelo Damiano
Individual pursuit
Giorgio Ursi
Team pursuit
Franco Testa
Cencio Mantovani
Carlo Rancati
Luigi Roncaglia
  Mexico City 1968 Individual road race
Pierfranco Vianelli
4 7
Team time trial
Pierfranco Vianelli
Giovanni Bramucci
Vittorio Marcelli
Mauro Simonetti
Sprint
Giordano Turrini
Team pursuit
Luigi Roncaglia
Lorenzo Bosisio
Cipriano Chemello
Giorgio Morbiato
  Munich 1972 0 7
  Montreal 1976 Individual road race
Giuseppe Martinelli
1 6
  Moskow 1980 0 6
  Los Angeles 1984 Team time trial
Marcello Bartalini
Marco Giovannetti
Eros Poli
Claudio Vandelli
1 8
  Seul 1988 0 9
  Barcelona 1992 Individual road race
Fabio Casartelli
3 10
Team time trial
Andrea Peron
Flavio Anastasia
Luca Colombo
Gianfranco Contri
Points race
Giovanni Lombardi
  Atlanta 1996 Individual road race
Imelda Chiappa
5 14
Individual pursuit
Andrea Collinelli
Points race
Silvio Martinello
Individual pursuit
Antonella Bellutti
Mountain bike
Paola Pezzo
  Sydney 2000 Madison
Silvio Martinello
Marco Villa
3 18
Points race
Antonella Bellutti
Mountain bike
Paola Pezzo
  Athens 2004 Individual road race
Paolo Bettini
1 18
  Beijing 2008 Women's road race
Tatiana Guderzo
1 18
  London 2012 Mountain bike
Marco Fontana
1 18
32 16 9 57

Multiple medalistsEdit

Olympic GamesEdit

# Fencer Individual Team Total
                 
1 Sergio Bianchetto 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 1 0
2 Sante Gaiardoni 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
Antonella Bellutti 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
Paola Pezzo 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
5 Attilio Pavesi 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0
Leandro Faggin 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Italy Cycling". sports-reference.com. Archived from the original on 16 July 2012. Retrieved 13 May 2012.

External linksEdit