Tino Conti

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Tino Conti
Costantino Conti 1968.jpg
Tino Conti at the 1968 Olympics
Personal information
Full nameCostantino Conti
NicknameTino Conti
Born (1945-09-26) 26 September 1945 (age 77)
Nibionno, Italy
Team information
Current teamRetired
Professional teams
1975Furzi – FT
1976Magniflex – Torpado
1977Zonca – Santini

Costantino "Tino" Conti (born 26 September 1945) is a retired Italian road cyclist who competed in the individual road race at the 1968 Summer Olympics. [1] After that he turned professional and won a bronze medal at the 1976 World Championships. He also rode the Tour de France in 1970 and 1971 and finished within the podium at several major races. [2]


Major results

Gold of the Mediterranean Games in cycling
1st stage part a Tour de l'Avenir
2nd overall Tour de l'Avenir
2nd overall Coppa Agostoni
3rd overall Grand Prix of Monaco
3rd overall Trofeo Matteotti
2nd overall Tre Valli Varesine
Gran Premio Industria e Commercio di Prato
4th overall Giro d'Italia
Tre Valli Varesine
2nd overall Gran Premio Industria e Commercio di Prato
2nd overall Giro del Veneto
2nd overall Giro del Piemonte
3rd overall Giro di Lombardia
3rd overall Giro della Provincia di Reggio Calabria
3rd overall Gran Premio Industria Belmonte Piceno
3rd overall Giro dell'Emilia
8th overall Giro d'Italia
Giro di Toscana
Gran Premio Industria e Commercio di Prato
3rd stage Giro di Puglia
3rd overall Italian National Road Race Championships
3rd overall Giro della Provincia di Reggio Calabria
3rd overall Trofeo Pantalica
3rd overall Giro di Campania
3rd overall Trofeo Matteotti
3rd overall Giro di Puglia
4th overall Milan–San Remo
3rd of the World Road Championships [2]
9th overall Giro di Lombardia
Giro della Provincia di Reggio Calabria

Results on the major tours

Tour de France
Giro d'Italia

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  1. "Tino Conti Olympic Results". sports-reference.com. Archived from the original on 18 April 2020. Retrieved 7 September 2014.
  2. 1 2 Constantino Conti. cyclingarchives.com