Settimana Ciclistica Lombarda

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The Settimana Ciclistica Lombarda (English: Lombardic Cycling Week) is an Italian cycle road race. In 2007, the race was organised as a 2.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour, previously being a 2.2 race. It was previously known as Giro Ciclistico Bergamasco and Settimana Ciclistica Bergamasca.

Settimana Ciclistica Lombarda
DateEarly April
RegionLombardy, Italy
English nameLombardic Cycling Week
Local name(s)Settimana Ciclistica Lombarda (in Italian)
DisciplineRoad race
TypeStage Race
Web sitewww.settimanaciclisticalombarda.it Edit this at Wikidata
First edition1970 (1970)
Editions42 (as of 2013)
First winner Giuliano Marcuzzi (ITA)
Most wins Pavel Tonkov (RUS) (3 wins)
Most recent Patrik Sinkewitz (GER)

While usually held in the Spring, the 2011 edition was held in late August. The 2012 edition was cancelled after several sponsors withdrew.[1] When the race returned to the Europe Tour calendar in 2013, it was held in September.

List of winnersEdit

Year Country Rider Team
1970   Italy Giuliano Marcuzzi
1971   Czech Republic Rudolf Labus
1972   Italy Fausto Bertoglio
1973   Czech Republic Jiri Mainus
1974   Italy Stanislas Szozda
1975   Soviet Union Valeri Chaplygin
1976   Italy Vittorio Algeri
1977   Poland Janusz Bienek
1978   Italy Alessandro Pozzi
1979   Italy Alberto Minetti
1980   Poland Czesław Lang
1981   Italy Alessandro Fedrigo
1982   Czech Republic Vladimir Kozarek
1983   Poland Andrej Serediuk
1984   Italy Flavio Giupponi
1985   Soviet Union Youri Kachirin
1986   Poland Zenon Jaskula
1987   Soviet Union Vladimir Pulkinov
1988 No race
1989   Soviet Union Ivan Ivanov Alfa Lum-STM
1990   Soviet Union Nikolai Golovatenko Alfa Lum
1991   United States Lance Armstrong United States National Cycling Team
1992   Russia Pavel Tonkov Russ-Baikal
1993   Italy Enrico Zaina Mercatone Uno–Zucchini–Medeghini
1994   Italy Wladimir Belli Lampre–Panaria
1995   Italy Massimiliano Lelli Mercatone Uno–Saeco
1996   Russia Pavel Tonkov Scrigno–Blue Storm
1997   Italy Emanuele Lupi Amore & Vita–ForzArcore
1998   Russia Pavel Tonkov Mapei-Bricobi
1999   Lithuania Raimondas Rumšas Mróz
2000   Ukraine Serhiy Honchar Liquigas–Pata
2001   Ukraine Serhiy Honchar Liquigas–Pata
2002   Slovenia Tadej Valjavec Fassa Bortolo
2003   Mexico Julio Alberto Pérez Panaria-Fiordo
2004   Italy Michele Scarponi Domina Vacanze
2005   Italy Riccardo Riccò Grassi-Marco Pantani
2006   Netherlands Robert Gesink Rabobank Continental Team
2007   Russia Alexander Efimkin Barloworld
2008   Italy Danilo Di Luca LPR Brakes–Ballan
2009   Italy Daniele Pietropolli LPR Brakes–Farnese Vini
2010   Italy Michele Scarponi Androni Giocattoli
2011   France Thibaut Pinot FDJ
2012 No race
2013   Germany Patrik Sinkewitz Meridiana–Kamen

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2012 Settimana Lombarda cancelled". Cycling News. Future Publishing Limited. 6 August 2012. Retrieved 1 September 2012.