Trofeo Matteotti

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Trofeo Matteotti
Race details
DateEarly-August
RegionPescara, Italy
English nameMatteotti Trophy
Local name(s)Trofeo Matteotti (in Italian)
Discipline Road
Competition UCI Europe Tour
TypeSingle-day
Web site www.trofeomatteotti.com OOjs UI icon edit-ltr-progressive.svg
History
First edition1945 (1945)
Editions74 (as of 2021)
First winnerFlag of Italy.svg  Mario Ricci  (ITA)
Most winsFlag of Italy.svg  Francesco Moser  (ITA)(3 wins)
Most recentFlag of Italy.svg  Matteo Trentin  (ITA)

Trofeo Matteotti is a single-day road bicycle race held annually in Pescara, Italy. Since 2005, the race has been organised as a 1.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour.

Winners

YearCountryRiderTeam
1945Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Mario Ricci Legnano
1946Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Gino Bartali Legnano-Pirelli
1947Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Virgilio Salimbeni individual
1948Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Spartaco Rosati individual
1949Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Giuseppe Minardi individual
1950Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Dante Rivola Viscontea-Ursus
1951Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Elio Brascola individual
1953Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Giuseppe Doni Torpado–Ursus
1954Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Giuliano Michelon Fiorelli
1955Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Giuseppe Minardi Legnano
1956Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Bruno Tognaccini Leo-Chlorodont
1957Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Silvano Ciampi Faema-Guerra
1958Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Ercole Baldini Legnano
1959Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Adriano Zamboni Torpado–Clement
1960Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Oreste Magni Ignis
1961Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Angelo Conterno Baratti-Milano
1962Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Pierino Baffi Ghigi
1963Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Pierino Baffi Molteni
1964Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Guido De Rosso Molteni
1965Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Guido De Rosso Molteni
1966Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Vito Taccone Vittadello
1967Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Dino Zandegù Salvarani
1968Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Ole Ritter Germanvox-Wega
1969Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Marino Basso Molteni
1970Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Felice Gimondi Salvarani
1971Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Wilmo Francioni Ferretti
1972Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Davide Boifava Zonca
1973Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Roger De Vlaeminck Brooklyn
1974Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Franco Bitossi Scic
1975Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Francesco Moser Filotex
1976Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Francesco Moser Sanson
1977Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Wilmo Francioni Magniflex-Torpado
1978Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Francesco Moser Sanson
1979Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Giovanni Battaglin Inoxpran
1980Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Silvano Contini Bianchi–Piaggio
1981Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Alf Segersäll Bianchi–Piaggio
1982Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Moreno Argentin Sammontana–Benotto
1983Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Marino Amadori Gis Gelati-Campagnolo
1984Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Michael Wilson Alfa Lum
1985Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Pierino Gavazzi Atala
1986Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Jørgen Marcussen Murella-Fanini
1987Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Massimo Ghirotto Carrera Jeans–Vagabond
1988Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Ennio Salvador Gewiss–Bianchi
1989Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Roberto Pelliconi Polli-Mobiexport
1990Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Mario Chiesa Carrera Jeans–Vagabond
1991Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Daniel Steiger Jolly Componibili-Club 88
1992Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Beat Zberg Helvetia
1993Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Alberto Elli Ariostea
1994Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Rolf Sørensen GB–MG Maglificio
1995Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Gianni Bugno MG Maglificio–Technogym
1996Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Andrea Ferrigato Roslotto-ZG Mobili
1997Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Frank Vandenbroucke Mapei–GB
1998Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Francesco Casagrande Cofidis
1999Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Francesco Casagrande Vini Caldirola
2000Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus Yauheni Seniushkin Ceramica Panaria–Gaerne
2001Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Gianni Faresin Liquigas–Pata
2002Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Salvatore Commesso Saeco Macchine per Caffè–Longoni Sport
2003Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Filippo Pozzato Fassa Bortolo
2004Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Danilo Di Luca Saeco Macchine per Caffè
2005Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Ruggero Marzoli Acqua & Sapone–Adria Mobil
2006Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine Ruslan Pidgornyy Tenax–Salmilano
2007Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Filippo Pozzato Liquigas
2008Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Paolo Bettini Quick-Step
2009No race
2010Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Riccardo Chiarini De Rosa–Stac Plastic
2011Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Oscar Gatto Farnese Vini–Neri Sottoli
2012Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Pierpaolo De Negri Farnese Vini–Selle Italia
2013Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Sébastien Reichenbach IAM Cycling
2014No race
2015Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Evgeny Shalunov Lokosphinx
2016Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Vincenzo Albanese Italian national team
2017Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Sergey Shilov Lokosphinx
2018Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Davide Ballerini Androni Giocattoli–Sidermec
2019Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Matteo Trentin Italian national team
2020Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Valerio Conti UAE Team Emirates
2021Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Matteo Trentin UAE Team Emirates

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