Giancarlo Polidori

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Giancarlo Polidori (born October 30, 1943 in Sassoferrato ) is a former Italian cyclist and national champion in cycling .

Athletic career

After a few top placings in national races, he won the Italian championship in the road race of amateurs in 1965 . The following year he became a professional driver and remained active in Italian teams until 1976. Among the most important Italian races he won the Giro del Lazio in 1968 , the Giro della Toscana and the Giro del Veneto in 1971 and the Tour of Umbria in 1973 . At the Giro d'Italia in 1969 he won a stage, started seven times in the tour and in 1971 had his best result in the overall ranking with 18th place. The Tour de France saw him start three times, his best result was 22nd place in 1967. In 1967 he was able to wear the yellow jersey for one day after the 3rd stage. He competed four times for Italy at the UCI Road World Championships , finishing fourth in 1971. In stage races such as the Tour de Romandie , the Tour de Suisse and the Tour of Sardinia , he also won several daily sections.

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Individual evidence

  1. ^ Pascal Sergent, Guy Crasset, Herve Dauchy: Wereld Encyclopedie Wielrennen . Eeclonaar, Eeklo 2001, p. 1498 (Flemish).
  2. Bürte Hoppe: Encyclopedia Tour de France . Die Werkstatt, Göttingen 2008, ISBN 978-3-89533-577-8 , p. 426 .
  3. a b Storia di Giancarlo Polidori. Retrieved November 20, 2019 (Italian).