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1995 Milan–San Remo

1995 Milan–San Remo
1995 UCI Road World Cup, race 1
Frenchman Laurent Jalabert won the 86th Milan–San Remo
Frenchman Laurent Jalabert won the 86th Milan–San Remo
Race details
Dates18 March 1995
Stages1
Distance294 km (182.7 mi)
Winning time6h 45' 20"
Results
  Winner  Laurent Jalabert (FRA) (ONCE)
  Second  Maurizio Fondriest (ITA) (Lampre–Panaria)
  Third  Stefano Zanini (ITA) (Gewiss–Ballan)
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The 86th running of the Milan–San Remo cycling classic was held on 18 March 1995 and won by French rider Laurent Jalabert in a two-man sprint with Maurizio Fondriest.[1] It was the first leg of the 1995 UCI Road World Cup.[2] 162 of 193 riders finished.

Race summary

First-year professional Cristian Salvato was in a solo breakaway for 220 km. Russian favourite Evgueni Berzin punctured on the descent of Cipressa, but returned after a furious pursuit. On the Poggio, Italian classics specialist Maurizio Fondriest broke clear, followed by Laurent Jalabert. On the descent, a chase group of five, with Dimitri Konyshev, Stefano Zanini, Davide Rebellin and Michele Bartoli, was slowed down by a mechanical problem of Konyshev who piloted the group. Jalabert and Fondriest headed off in a two-man sprint on San Remo's Via Roma, with Jalabert easily taking the honours.[3]

The 26-year old Jalabert became the fourth rider to win the classicissima after winning Paris–Nice one week prior – joining Fred De Bruyne, Eddy Merckx and Sean Kelly. The day after the race, French sports daily l'Équipe titled: "un champion nous est donné" (a champion was given to us).[3]

Results

Result
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Laurent Jalabert (FRA) ONCE 6h 45' 20"
2  Maurizio Fondriest (ITA) Lampre–Panaria s.t.
3  Stefano Zanini (ITA) Gewiss–Ballan + 4"
4  Davide Rebellin (ITA) MG Maglificio–Technogym s.t.
5  Michele Bartoli (ITA) Mercatone Uno–Saeco s.t.
6  Fabiano Fontanelli (ITA) ZG Mobili–Selle Italia + 13"
7  Dimitri Konyshev (RUS) Aki–Gipiemme + 14"
8  Claudio Chiappucci (ITA) Carrera Jeans–Tassoni + 17"
9  Jesper Skibby (DEN) TVM–Polis Direct s.t.
10  Fabio Baldato (ITA) MG Maglificio–Technogym s.t.

References

  1. ^ "86a edizione Milano-Sanremo (1995)". museociclismo.net (in Italian). Retrieved 8 March 2016.
  2. ^ "Milan-San Remo, World Cup round 1". cyclingnews.com. Retrieved 9 March 2016.
  3. ^ a b "18 marzo 1995 - Milano-Sanremo". muesociclismo.it (in Italian).
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