|Full name||Enrico Degano|
|Born||11 March 1976|
Enrico Degano (born 11 March 1976 in Gorizia) is an Italian professional road bicycle racer who rode for UCI Professional Continental team Barloworld until the team's demise.
He was the first rider to start the prologue of the 2007 Tour de France, although had to abandon during stage 7 of the race due to a crash.
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