Trofeo Laigueglia

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Trofeo Laigueglia
Race details
DateMid-February
RegionLiguria, Italy
English nameTrophy of Laigueglia
Local name(s)Trofeo Laigueglia (in Italian)
Discipline Road
Competition UCI Europe Tour
TypeSingle-day
Web site www.trofeolaigueglia.it OOjs UI icon edit-ltr-progressive.svg
History
First edition1964 (1964)
Editions59 (as of 2022)
First winnerFlag of Italy.svg  Guido Neri  (ITA)
Most winsFlag of Italy.svg  Filippo Pozzato  (ITA)(3 wins)
Most recentFlag of Slovenia.svg  Jan Polanc  (SLO)

The Trofeo Laigueglia is an early season road bicycle race held annually in Liguria, Italy. From 2005 to 2014, the race was organised as a 1.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour. It is held about ten days after the opening to the Italian season, the Gran Premio della Costa Etruschi. In 2015, it was held as a 1.HC event. [1]

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Winners

YearCountryRiderTeam
1964Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Guido Neri Molteni
1965Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Marino Vigna Ignis-Moschettieri Ignis
1966Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Antonio Bailetti Bianchi–Mobylette
1967Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Franco Bitossi Filotex
1968Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Michele Dancelli Pepsi–Cola
1969Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Claudio Michelotto Max Meyer
1970Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Michele Dancelli Molteni
1971Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Italo Zilioli Ferretti
1972Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Wilmo Francioni Ferretti
1973Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Eddy Merckx Molteni
1974Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Eddy Merckx Molteni
1975Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Gianbattista Baronchelli Scic
1976Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Franco Bitossi Zonca–Santini
1977Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Freddy Maertens Flandria–Velda–Latina Assicurazioni
1978Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Knut Knudsen Bianchi-Faema
1979Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Pierino Gavazzi Zonca–Santini
1980Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Roger De Vlaeminck Boule d'Or
1981Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Giuseppe Saronni Gis Gelati-Campagnolo
1982Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Theo De Rooij Capri Sonne
1983Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Claudio Torelli Sammontana
1984Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Giuseppe Petito Alfa Lum
1985Flag of the United States.svg  United States Ron Kiefel 7 Eleven
1986Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Mauro Longo Malvor-Bottecchia
1987Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Gilbert Glaus Z-Peugeot
1988Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Paolo Cimini Fanini-Seven Up
1989Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Pierino Gavazzi Polli–Mobiexport
1990Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Rolf Sørensen Ariostea
1991Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Pascal Richard Helvetia–La Suisse
1992Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Sammie Moreels Lotto–Mavic–MBK
1993Flag of the United States.svg  United States Lance Armstrong Motorola
1994Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Rolf Sørensen GB–MG Maglificio
1995Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Johan Museeuw Mapei–GB–Latexco
1996Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Frank Vandenbroucke Mapei–GB
1997Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Michele Bartoli MG Maglificio–Technogym
1998Flag of France.svg  France Pascal Chanteur Casino–Ag2r
1999Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Paolo Savoldelli Saeco Macchine per Caffè–Cannondale
2000Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Daniele Nardello Mapei–Quick-Step
2001Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Mirko Celestino Saeco Macchine per Caffè
2002Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Danilo Di Luca Saeco Macchine per Caffè–Longoni Sport
2003Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Filippo Pozzato Fassa Bortolo
2004Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Filippo Pozzato Fassa Bortolo
2005Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Luxembourg Kim Kirchen Fassa Bortolo
2006Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Alessandro Ballan Lampre–Fondital
2007Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Mikhail Ignatiev Tinkoff Credit Systems
2008Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Luca Paolini Acqua & Sapone–Caffè Mokambo
2009Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Francesco Ginanni Diquigiovanni–Androni
2010Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Francesco Ginanni Androni Giocattoli
2011Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Daniele Pietropolli Lampre–ISD
2012Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Moreno Moser Liquigas–Cannondale
2013Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Filippo Pozzato Lampre–Merida
2014Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia José Serpa Lampre–Merida
2015 Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Davide Cimolai Lampre–Merida
2016 Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Andrea Fedi Southeast–Venezuela
2017 Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Fabio Felline Italy (national team)
2018 Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Moreno Moser Italy (national team)
2019 Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Simone Velasco Neri Sottoli–Selle Italia–KTM
2020 Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Giulio Ciccone Italy (national team)
2021 Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Bauke Mollema Trek–Segafredo
2022 Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia Jan Polanc UAE Team Emirates

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References

  1. Emil Axelgaard (15 October 2014). "Trofeo Laigueglia promoted to 1.HC status". Cycling Quotes. CyclingQuotes.com 2013. Retrieved 15 October 2014.