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Giro dell'Appennino

Giro dell'Appennino
Race details
RegionApennine Mountains, Italy
English nameTour of the Apennines
Local name(s)Giro dell'Appennino (in Italian)
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
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First edition1934 (1934)
Editions84 (as of 2023)
First winner Augusto Como (ITA)
Most wins Gianbattista Baronchelli (ITA) (6 wins)
Most recent Marc Hirschi (SUI)

The Giro dell'Appennino is a semi classic European bicycle race held in the Apennine Mountains, Italy. Since 2005, the race has been organised as a 1.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour.

Famous riders like Fausto Coppi, Francesco Moser, Felice Gimondi, Gianni Bugno and Gilberto Simoni have won the race.


Year Country Rider Team
1934[1]  Italy Augusto Como Girardengo SS
1935[1]  Italy Augusto Como Polisportiva Giordana
1936[1]  Italy Settimio Simonini individual
1937[1]  Italy Cino Cinelli individual
1938[1]  Italy Luigi Ferrando Tellini
1939[1]  Italy Lorenzo Mazzarello OND Novi Ligure
No race
1946[1]  Italy Enrico Mollo Benotto–Superga
1947[1]  Italy Alfredo Martini Welter
1948[1]  Italy Settimio Simonini Viani Cral Imperia
1949[1]  Italy Dino Rossi Cimatti
1950[1]  Italy Renzo Soldani Legnano
1951[1]  Italy Rinaldo Moresco Arbos–Talbot
1952[1]  Italy Giorgio Albani Legnano
1953[1]  Italy Angelo Conterno Fréjus
1954[1]  Italy Giorgio Albani Legnano
1955[1]  Italy Fausto Coppi Bianchi–Pirelli
1956[1]  Italy Cleto Maule Torpado
1957[1]  Italy Aurelio Cestari Atala
1958[1]  Italy Cleto Maule Torpado
1959[1]  Italy Silvano Ciampi Bianchi–Pirelli
1960[1]  Belgium Emile Daems Philco
1961[1]  Italy Adriano Zamboni Molteni
1962[1]  Italy Franco Balmamion Carpano
1963[1]  Italy Italo Zilioli Carpano
1964[1]  Italy Franco Cribiori Gazzola
1965[1]  Italy Michele Dancelli Molteni
1966[1]  Italy Michele Dancelli Molteni
1967[1]  Italy Michele Dancelli Vittadello
1968[1]  Italy Gianni Motta Molteni
1969[1]  Italy Felice Gimondi Salvarani
1970[1]  Italy Gianni Motta Salvarani
1971[1]  Sweden Gösta Pettersson Ferretti
1972[1]  Italy Felice Gimondi Salvarani
1973[1]  Italy Italo Zilioli Dreherforte
1974[1]  Italy Giovanni Battaglin Jollj Ceramica
1975[1]  Italy Fabrizio Fabbri Bianchi–Campagnolo
1976[1]  Italy Francesco Moser Sanson
1977[1]  Italy Gianbattista Baronchelli Scic
1978[1]  Italy Gianbattista Baronchelli Scic
1979[1]  Italy Gianbattista Baronchelli Magniflex–Famcucine
1980[1]  Italy Gianbattista Baronchelli Bianchi–Piaggio
1981[1]  Italy Gianbattista Baronchelli Bianchi–Piaggio
1982[1]  Italy Gianbattista Baronchelli Bianchi–Piaggio
1983[1]  Spain Marino Lejarreta Alfa Lum
1984[1]  Italy Mario Beccia Malvor–Bottecchia
1985[1]  Italy Francesco Moser Gis Gelati
1986[1]  Italy Gianni Bugno Atala–Ofmega
1987[1]  Italy Gianni Bugno Atala–Ofmega
1988[1]  Italy Gianni Bugno Chateau d'Ax
1989[1]  Italy Moreno Argentin Gewiss–Bianchi
1990[1]  Italy Flavio Giupponi Carrera Jeans–Vagabond
1991[1]  Belgium Dirk De Wolf Tonton Tapis–GB
1992[1]  Italy Claudio Chiappucci Carrera Jeans–Vagabond
1993[1]  Italy Giuseppe Calcaterra Amore & Vita–Galatron
1994[1]  Russia Evgeni Berzin Gewiss–Ballan
1995[1]  Italy Francesco Casagrande Mercatone Uno–Saeco
1996[1]  Italy Wladimir Belli Panaria–Vinavil
1997[1]  Russia Pavel Tonkov Mapei–GB
1998[1]  Russia Pavel Tonkov Mapei–Bricobi
1999[1]  Italy Simone Borgheresi Mercatone Uno–Bianchi
2000[1]  Italy Mauro Zanetti Vini Caldirola–Sidermec
2001[1]  Kazakhstan Alexandre Shefer Alessio
2002[1]  Italy Giuliano Figueras Ceramiche Panaria–Fiordo
2003[1]  Italy Gilberto Simoni Saeco
2004[1]  Italy Damiano Cunego Saeco
2005[1]  Italy Gilberto Simoni Lampre–Caffita
2006[1]  Italy Rinaldo Nocentini Acqua & Sapone
2007[2]  Italy Alessandro Bertolini Diquigiovanni–Selle Italia
2008[3]  Italy Alessandro Bertolini Diquigiovanni–Androni
2009[4]  Italy Vincenzo Nibali Liquigas
2010[5]  Croatia Robert Kišerlovski Liquigas–Doimo
2011[6]  Italy Damiano Cunego Lampre–ISD
2012[7]  Italy Fabio Felline Androni Giocattoli–Venezuela
2013[8]  Italy Davide Mucelli Ceramica Flaminia–Fondriest
2014[9]  Italy Sonny Colbrelli Bardiani–CSF
2015[10]  Spain Omar Fraile Caja Rural–Seguros RGA
2016[11][12]  Russia Sergey Firsanov Gazprom–RusVelo
2017[13]  Italy Danilo Celano Amore & Vita–Selle SMP
2018[14]  Italy Giulio Ciccone Bardiani–CSF
2019[15]  Italy Mattia Cattaneo Androni Giocattoli–Sidermec
2020[16]  Great Britain Ethan Hayter Ineos Grenadiers
2021[17]  Belgium Ben Hermans Israel Start-Up Nation
2022[18]  South Africa Louis Meintjes Intermarché–Wanty–Gobert Matériaux
2023   Switzerland Marc Hirschi UAE Team Emirates


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