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Classica Sarda

Classica Sarda
Race details
DateLate February
RegionSardinia, Italy
Local name(s)Classica Sarda (in Italian)
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeSingle-day
OrganiserRCS Sport
History
First edition1948 (1948)
Editions33
Final edition2011
First winner Adolfo Leoni (ITA)
Most wins Edgard Sorgeloos (BEL)

 Giancarlo Polidori (ITA)

 Roger De Vlaeminck (BEL)
(2 wins)
Final winner Pavel Brutt (RUS)

Classica Sarda was a road bicycle race that took place on the Italian island Sardinia. It was held after the Giro di Sardegna from 1948 until 1983.

During this period, it was organized under different names, like GP Alghero from 1965 to 1967, Monte Urpino in 1975 and Cagliari-Sassari in 1951, 1980 and 1982.

The race reappeared again on the cycling calendar in 2010 as Classica Sarda Olbia-Pantogia (from Olbia to Pantogia) as a 1.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour.

In 2011, its final edition was organized as the Classica Sarda Sassari-Cagliari.

Winners

Source[1][2]

Anno Winner Second Third
1948 Italy Adolfo Leoni Italy Luciano Maggini Italy Giovanni Corrieri
1949 Italy Italo De Zan Italy Vincenzo Rossello Italy Marcello Paolieri
1950 no edition
1951 Italy Renzo Soldani Italy Gino Bartali Italy Giancarlo Astrua
1952 Italy Giovanni Corrieri Italy Mario Baroni Italy Ivo Baronti
1953 Italy Fiorenzo Magni Italy Giuseppe Minardi Italy Giovanni Corrieri
1954 Switzerland Hugo Koblet Italy Stefano Gaggero Italy Remo Bartalini
1955 Italy Donato Piazza Italy Vincenzo Zucconelli Italy Bruno Monti
1956 Italy Nello Fabbri Italy Giuseppe Pintarelli Italy Bruno Monti
1957 Belgium Alfred De Bruyne Belgium Rik Van Looy Italy Guido Boni
1958 no edition
1959 Belgium Edgard Sorgeloos Italy Vito Favero Italy Guido Carlesi
1960 Spain Miguel Poblet Belgium Rik Van Looy Italy Rino Benedetti
1961 no edition
1962 Italy Guido Carlesi Italy Livio Trapè Italy Franco Magnani
1963 Italy Battista Babini Spain Antonio Suárez Italy Luigi Mele
1964 Belgium Edgard Sorgeloos Spain Antonio Suárez Italy Guido Carlesi
1965 Belgium Rik Van Looy Belgium Edward Sels France Jean Graczyk
1966 Italy Pasquale Fabbri Italy Giampiero Macchi Italy Adriano Durante
1967 Belgium Robert Lelangue Belgium Henri De Wolf Netherlands Evert Dolman
1968 Italy Franco Bitossi Netherlands Jos van der Vleuten[a] Belgium Eddy Merckx
1969 Italy Vittorio Adorni Italy Giuseppe Milioli Italy Luigi Sgarbozza
1970 West Germany Rudi Altig Italy Attilio Rota Italy Giacinto Santambrogio
1971 Belgium Albert Van Vlierberghe Belgium Guido Reybrouck Belgium Patrick Sercu
1972 Italy Giancarlo Polidori Italy Romano Tumellero Belgium Patrick Sercu
1973 Belgium Patrick Sercu Italy Marino Basso Italy Franco Ongarato
1974 Italy Giancarlo Polidori Italy Wilmo Francioni Belgium Joseph Bruyère
1975 Belgium Eddy Merckx Italy Gianbattista Baronchelli Switzerland Roland Salm
1976 Belgium Roger De Vlaeminck Italy Franco Bitossi Australia Gary Clively
1977 Italy Ercole Gualazzini Italy Pierino Gavazzi Italy Felice Gimondi
1978 Belgium Roger De Vlaeminck Italy Giuseppe Martinelli Italy Franco Bitossi
1979 no edition
1980 Italy Serge Parsani Italy Claudio Torelli Italy Carmelo Barone
1981 no edition
1982 Belgium Alfons De Wolf Italy Pierangelo Bincoletto Italy Giovanni Mantovani
1983 Italy Giuseppe Saronni Italy Giovanni Mantovani Netherlands Frits Pirard
1984-2009 no editions
2010 Italy Giovanni Visconti Italy Fabio Sabatini France Geoffroy Lequatre
2011 Russia Pavel Brutt Italy Emanuele Sella Slovakia Peter Sagan

Notes

  1. ^ van der Vleuten was disqualified and second place remained unassigned

References

  1. ^ "Sassari-Cagliari (Ita) - Ex". memoire-du-cyclisme.eu (in French). Retrieved 25 October 2014.
  2. ^ "Classica Sarda - Olbia-Pantogia (Ita) - Cat.1.1". memoire-du-cyclisme.eu (in French). Retrieved 25 October 2014.
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