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Gran Premio Bruno Beghelli

Gran Premio Bruno Beghelli
Race details
DateMid October
RegionEmilia-Romagna, Italy
English nameGrand Prix Bruno Beghelli
Local name(s)Gran Premio Bruno Beghelli (in Italian)
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeSingle-day
OrganiserGruppo Sportivo Emilia
Web sitewww.gsemilia.it/a33_gp-bruno-beghelli.html Edit this at Wikidata
History
First edition1996 (1996)
Editions24 (as of 2019)
First winner Mario Cipollini (ITA)
Most wins Stefano Zanini (ITA) (2 wins)
Most recent Sonny Colbrelli (ITA)

The Gran Premio Bruno Beghelli (also known as GP Beghelli) is a late season men's road bicycle race held annually in Monteveglio, near the city of Bologna, Italy. From 2005 to 2013, the race has been organised as a 1.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour, while in 2014 it was upgraded to 1.HC.[1] It was first held in 1996, after the disappearance of the Milano–Vignola.

A women's race, the Gran Premio Bruno Beghelli Internazionale Donne Elite, has been held since 2016.[2]

Winners

Year Country Rider Team
1996  Italy Mario Cipollini Saeco–AS Juvenes San Marino
1997  Italy Stefano Zanini Mapei–GB
1998  Italy Stefano Zanini Mapei–Bricobi
1999  Netherlands Michael Boogerd Rabobank
2000  Italy Marco Serpellini Lampre–Daikin
2001  Belgium Andrei Tchmil Lotto–Adecco
2002  Italy Gianluca Bortolami Tacconi Sport
2003  Italy Luca Paolini Quick-Step–Davitamon
2004  Germany Danilo Hondo Gerolsteiner
2005  Brazil Murilo Fischer Naturino–Sapore di Mare
2006  Italy Sergio Marinangeli Naturino–Sapore di Mare
2007  Italy Damiano Cunego Lampre–Fondital
2008  Italy Alessandro Petacchi LPR Brakes–Ballan
2009  Spain Francisco Ventoso Carmiooro A Style
2010  Italy Dario Cataldo Quick-Step
2011  Italy Filippo Pozzato Team Katusha
2012  Denmark Nicki Sørensen Saxo Bank–Tinkoff Bank
2013  Colombia Leonardo Duque Colombia
2014  Italy Valerio Conti Lampre–Merida
2015  Italy Sonny Colbrelli Bardiani–CSF
2016  Italy Nicola Ruffoni Bardiani–CSF
2017  Spain Luis León Sánchez Astana
2018  Netherlands Bauke Mollema Trek–Segafredo
2019  Italy Sonny Colbrelli Bahrain–Merida

References

  1. ^ (Italian) "Presentato il Gran Premio Bruno Beghelli", GS Emilia, 2014. Retrieved 15 March 2015.
  2. ^ Frattini, Kirsten (25 September 2016). "Hosking wins Gran Premio Bruno Beghelli Donne". cyclingnews.com. Retrieved 25 September 2016.


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