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Giro di Toscana

Giro di Toscana
Race details
DateLate April–Early May (1923–2014)
September (2016– )
RegionTuscany, Italy
English nameTour of Tuscany
Local name(s)Giro di Toscana (in Italian)
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeOne-day (1923–2014)
Two-day (2016– )
OrganiserComitato Sportivo Città di Arezzo
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First edition1923 (1923)
Editions95 (as of 2023)
First winner Costante Girardengo (ITA)
Most wins Gino Bartali (ITA) (5 wins)
Most recent Pavel Sivakov (FRA)

The Giro di Toscana is a road bicycle race held annually in Tuscany, Italy. From 2005 to 2014, the race has been organised as a 1.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour. The race was not held in 2015. On 4 April 2016 it was announced that the race will return in September 2016 as a three-race challenge (similar to the Trittico Lombardo or Vuelta a Mallorca), consisting in three one-day races held consecutively in Tuscany. Each race will award points to the best placed riders, and the rider who score most points will win the overall classification of Giro della Toscana. This new edition will be named Giro della Toscana – Memorial Alfredo Martini, in memory of Alfredo Martini, former cyclist and coach of the Italy national cycling team.[1]



Year Country Rider Team
1923  Italy Costante Girardengo Maino
1924  Italy Costante Girardengo Maino
1925  Italy Nello Ciaccheri Legnano–Pirelli
1926  Italy Alfredo Binda Legnano–Pirelli
1927  Italy Alfredo Binda Legnano–Pirelli
1928  Italy Alessandro Catalani Wolsit–Pirelli
1929  Italy Leonida Frascarelli Ideor
1930  Italy Pio Caimmi Gloria–Hutchinson
1931 No race
1932  Italy Learco Guerra Maino-Clement
1933 No race
1934  Italy Mario Cipriani Fréjus
1935  Italy Mario Cipriani Fréjus
1936  Italy Giovanni Cazzulani Gloria
1937  Italy Olimpio Bizzi Fréjus
1938  Italy Mario Vicini Lygie–Settebello
1939  Italy Gino Bartali Legnano
1940  Italy Gino Bartali Legnano
1941  Italy Fausto Coppi Legnano
1942  Italy Vito Ortelli Bianchi
1943  Italy Olimpio Bizzi Bianchi
1944 No race
1945 No race
1946  Italy Aldo Ronconi Benotto–Superga
1947  Italy Bruno Pasquini Legnano
1948  Italy Gino Bartali Legnano
1949  Italy Fiorenzo Magni Willier Trestina
1950  Italy Gino Bartali Bartali-Gardiol
1951  Italy Loretto Petrucci Bianchi–Pirelli
1952  Italy Rinaldo Moresco Arbos–Pirelli
1953  Italy Gino Bartali Bartali
1954  Italy Fiorenzo Magni Nivea–Fuchs
1955  Italy Arrigo Padovan
1956  Italy Nello Fabbri Legnano
1957  Italy Alfredo Sabbadin San Pellegrino
1958  Belgium Willy Vannitsen Ghigi–Coppi
1959  Italy Adriano Zamboni Torpado-Clement
1960  Italy Nino Defilippis Carpano
1961  Italy Marino Fontana San Pellegrino
1962  Italy Guido Carlesi Philco
1963  Italy Vito Taccone Lygie
1964  Italy Giorgio Zancanaro (cyclist) Carpano
1965  Italy Luciano Sambi Legnano
1966  West Germany Rudi Altig Molteni
1967  Italy Franco Balmamion Molteni
1968  Italy Franco Bitossi Filotex
1969  Italy Giorgio Favaro Filotex
1970  Italy Gianfranco Bianchin Molteni
1971  Italy Giancarlo Polidori Scic
1972   Switzerland Joseph Fuchs Filotex
1973  Belgium Roger De Vlaeminck Brooklyn
1974  Italy Francesco Moser Filotex
1975  Italy Tino Conti Furzi-FT
1976  Italy Francesco Moser Sanson
1977  Italy Francesco Moser Sanson
1978  Italy Giuseppe Perletto Magniflex–Torpado
1979  Italy Mario Noris Sapa
1980  Italy Nazzareno Berto Inoxpran
1981  Italy Gianbattista Baronchelli Bianchi–Piaggio
1982  Italy Francesco Moser Famcucine
1983  Belgium Fons De Wolf Bianchi–Piaggio
1984  Italy Gianbattista Baronchelli Murella–Rossin
1985  Italy Ezio Moroni Atala
1986  Italy Claudio Corti Supermercati Brianzoli
1987  Italy Renato Piccolo Gewiss–Bianchi
1988  United States Ron Kiefel 7 Eleven
1989  Italy Maurizio Fondriest Del Tongo
1990  Italy Marco Saligari Ariostea
1991  Italy Massimiliano Lelli Ariostea
1992  Italy Giorgio Furlan Ariostea
1993  Italy Massimiliano Lelli Ariostea
1994  Italy Francesco Casagrande Mercatone Uno–Medeghini
1995  Italy Massimo Podenzana Brescialat–Fago
1996 No race
1997  Italy Sergio Barbero Mercatone Uno
1998  Italy Francesco Secchiari Scrigno–Gaerne
1999  Italy Luca Scinto Mapei–Quick Step
2000  Moldova Ruslan Ivanov Amica Chips–Tassoni Sport
2001  Slovenia Gorazd Štangelj Liquigas–Pata
2002  Kazakhstan Alexandre Shefer Alessio
2003  Italy Rinaldo Nocentini Formaggi Pinzolo Fiavè
2004  Italy Matteo Tosatto Fassa Bortolo
2005  Italy Daniele Bennati Lampre–Caffita
2006  Poland Przemysław Niemiec Miche
2007  Italy Vincenzo Nibali Liquigas
2008  Italy Mattia Gavazzi Preti Mangimi
2009  Italy Alessandro Petacchi LPR Brakes–Farnese Vini
2010  Italy Daniele Bennati Liquigas–Doimo
2011[3]  Ireland Dan Martin Garmin–Cervélo
2012[4]  Italy Alessandro Ballan BMC Racing Team
2013[5]  Italy Mattia Gavazzi Androni Giocattoli–Venezuela
2014[6]  Netherlands Pieter Weening Orica–GreenEDGE
2015 No race
2016[7]  Italy Daniele Bennati Italy National Team
2017[8]  France Guillaume Martin Wanty–Groupe Gobert
2018[9]  Italy Gianni Moscon Team Sky
2019[10]  Italy Giovanni Visconti Neri Sottoli–Selle Italia–KTM
2020  Colombia Fernando Gaviria UAE Team Emirates
2021[11]  Denmark Michael Valgren EF Education–Nippo
2022[12]   Switzerland Marc Hirschi UAE Team Emirates
2023[13]  France Pavel Sivakov Ineos Grenadiers


  1. ^ "Il Giro della Toscana nel segno di Alfredo Martini". La Gazzetta dello Sport (in Italian). RCS Media Group. 4 April 2016. Retrieved 4 April 2016.
  2. ^ "Giro della Toscana 2014: Race History". 28 July 2014. Retrieved 14 September 2023.
  3. ^ "Dan Martin takes Tuscan triumph". 19 June 2011. Retrieved 14 September 2023.
  4. ^ "Giro della Toscana 2012: Results". 29 April 2012. Retrieved 14 September 2023.
  5. ^ "Giro della Toscana 2013: Results". 28 April 2013. Retrieved 14 September 2023.
  6. ^ "Giro della Toscana 2014: Results". 27 July 2014. Retrieved 14 September 2023.
  7. ^ Farrand, Stephen (21 September 2016). "Giro della Toscana - Memorial Alfredo Martini 2016: Stage 2 Results". Retrieved 14 September 2023.
  8. ^ "Giro della Toscana - Memorial Alfredo Martini 2017: Stage 2 Results". 27 September 2017. Retrieved 14 September 2023.
  9. ^ Ryan, Barry (19 September 2018). "Giro della Toscana - Memorial Alfredo Martini 2018: Results". Retrieved 14 September 2023.
  10. ^ Ostanek, Daniel (18 September 2019). "Visconti beats Bernal to win Giro della Toscana". Retrieved 14 September 2023.
  11. ^ "Valgren wins Giro della Toscana". 15 September 2021. Retrieved 14 September 2023.
  12. ^ Ostanek, Daniel (14 September 2022). "Marc Hirschi tames tense finale to win Giro della Toscana". Retrieved 14 September 2023.
  13. ^ Weislo, Laura (13 September 2023). "Giro della Toscana: Sivakov drops breakaway partner Carapaz for victory". Retrieved 14 September 2023.

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