Davide Bramati

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Davide Bramati

Davide Bramati (born June 28, 1968 in Vapori d'Adda ) is a former Italian cyclist and later sports director .


Davide Bramati began his career in 1990 with the Italian cycling team Diana-Colnago , later the Lampre team . From 1997 to the end of his career in 2006, he drove for Mapei , the later Quick Step team .

His greatest success came with the victory of the 17th stage of the Vuelta a España 2000 , when he was able to break away from a five-man breakaway group shortly before the finish. In addition, Bramati won stages in the Tour of Portugal, Tour of Poland , Giro del Trentino , Tour of Murcia and Tour of Aragon during his career .

After the Giro d'Italia 2006 Davide Bramati ended his long career and then became the sporting director of his last team, Quick Step.









Individual evidence

  1. Jump upBramati won the 17th stage of the Vuelta. radsport-news.com, September 13, 2000, accessed February 7, 2015 .
  2. Quick Step - Innergetic 2007. radsportseiten.net, accessed on February 7, 2015 .

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