Giro delle Regioni

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Race details
DateApril–May
Region Italy
Discipline Road race
Competition UCI Europe Tour
TypeStage race
History
First edition1976 (1976)
Editions34
Final edition2010
First winnerFlag of Italy.svg  Carmelo Barone  (ITA)
Most winsFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Sergei Sukhoruchenkov  (URS)(2 wins)
Final winnerFlag of Italy.svg  Enrico Battaglin  (ITA)

The Giro delle Regioni was a multi-day cycling race held annually in Italy. It is part of UCI Europe Tour in category 2.ncup, meaning it was part of the UCI Under 23 Nations' Cup. [1]

Italy republic in Southern Europe

Italy, officially the Italian Republic, is a country in Southern Europe. Located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, Italy shares open land borders with France, Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia and the enclaved microstates San Marino and Vatican City, as well as a maritime border with Croatia. Italy covers an area of 301,340 km2 (116,350 sq mi) and has a largely temperate seasonal and Mediterranean climate. With around 61 million inhabitants, it is the fourth-most populous EU member state and the most populous country in Southern Europe.

The UCI Under 23 Nations' Cup is an annual, season-long competition for under-23 male road cyclists. It was created by the Union Cycliste Internationale in 2007 to aid in the development of young riders. It is the most important competition for under-23 riders.

Winners

YearWinnerSecondThird
1976 Flag of Italy.svg Carmelo Barone Flag of Italy.svg Giuseppe Passuello Flag of Italy.svg Dino Porrini
1977 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Eddy Schepers Flag of Italy.svg Claudio Corti Flag of the Netherlands.svg Henk Mutsaars
1978 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Aavo Pikkuus Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Yuri Zakharov Flag of Sweden.svg Tommy Prim
1979 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Sergei Sukhoruchenkov Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Aleksandr Averin Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Sergei Nikitenko
1980 Flag of Italy.svg Alberto Minetti Flag of Italy.svg Marco Cattaneo Flag of Bulgaria.svg Jordan Penschev
1981 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Sergei Sukhoruchenkov Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Yuri Barinov Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Ivan Mitchenko
1982 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Ivan Mitchenko Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Viktor Demidenko Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Nico Emonds
1983 Flag of Austria.svg Helmut Wechselberger Flag of Cuba.svg Eduardo Alonso Gonzalez Flag of the United States.svg Thurlow Rogers
1984 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Jiří Škoda Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Sergey Voronin Flag of East Germany.svg Uwe Raab
1985 Flag of Italy.svg Flavio Giupponi Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Primož Čerin Flag of France.svg Bernard Richard
1986 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Jiří Škoda Flag of Italy.svg Maurizio Fondriest Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Valeri Malaschenkov
1987 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Dimitri Konyshev Flag of Germany.svg Dieter Nieheus Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Viktor Klimov
1988 Flag of Italy.svg Sergio Carcano Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Sergei Uslamin Flag of East Germany.svg Maik Landsmann
1989 Flag of France.svg Christophe Manin Flag of Austria.svg Dietmar Hauer Flag of Switzerland.svg Rolf Rutschmann
1990 Flag of Austria.svg Dietmar Hauer Flag of Italy.svg Roberto Caruso Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Pavel Tonkov
1991 Flag of Italy.svg Davide Rebellin Flag of France.svg José Lamy Flag of Italy.svg Nicola Minali
1992 Flag of Italy.svg Roberto Petito Flag of Germany.svg Andreas Lebsanft Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Alexandre Shefer
1993 Flag of Russia.svg Pavel Tcherkasov Flag of France.svg Laurent Roux Flag of Switzerland.svg Oscar Camenzind
1994 Flag of Germany.svg Dirk Baldinger Flag of Italy.svg Eddy Mazzoleni Flag of Spain.svg Rafael Díaz Justo
1995 Flag of Germany.svg Tobias Steinhauser Flag of Germany.svg Uwe Peschel Flag of Italy.svg Daniele Sgnaolin
1996 Flag of Italy.svg Giuliano Figueras Flag of Italy.svg Alessandro Spezialetti Flag of Spain.svg Unai Osa
1997 Flag of Italy.svg Fabio Malberti Flag of Italy.svg Danilo Di Luca Flag of Italy.svg Gianmario Ortenzi
1998 Flag of Italy.svg Gianmario Ortenzi Flag of Italy.svg Valentino China Flag of Italy.svg Denis Lunghi
1999 Flag of Italy.svg Leonardo Giordani Flag of Italy.svg Ivan Basso Flag of Ukraine.svg Volodymyr Gustov
2000 Flag of Italy.svg Graziano Gasparre Flag of Germany.svg Patrik Sinkewitz Flag of Italy.svg Giampaolo Caruso
2001 Flag of Ukraine.svg Yaroslav Popovych Flag of Italy.svg Michele Scarponi Flag of Italy.svg Damiano Cunego
2002 Flag of Italy.svg Antonio Quadranti Flag of Russia.svg Vladimir Gusev Flag of Russia.svg Alexander Bespalov
2003 Flag of Slovenia.svg Kristjan Fajt Flag of Ukraine.svg Denís Kostiuk Flag of Slovenia.svg Tomaž Nose
2004 Flag of Ukraine.svg Andriy Hrivko Flag of Russia.svg Maxim Belkov Flag of Italy.svg Giovanni Visconti
2005 Flag of Italy.svg Luigi Sestili Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Roman Kreuziger Flag of Slovakia.svg Peter Velits
2006 Flag of Ukraine.svg Dmytro Grabovskyy Flag of Russia.svg Maxim Belkov Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Jelle Vanendert
2007 Flag of Portugal.svg Rui Costa Flag of the Netherlands.svg Dennis van Winden Flag of Slovenia.svg Gašper Švab
2008 Flag of Ukraine.svg Vitaly Buts Flag of Portugal.svg Rui Costa Flag of Slovenia.svg Kristjan Koren
2009No race
2010 Flag of Italy.svg Enrico Battaglin Flag of Slovenia.svg Jan Tratnik Flag of Italy.svg Angelo Pagani

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References

  1. "Giro delle Regioni". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 4 August 2016.