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SPORT D'ALTRI TEMPI A BORDIGHERA: IL CICLISMO

Statistiche
 

CYCLING

 

Giuseppe Barale, professional cyclist in the Giro of Italy of 1929. Later bicycle dealer said

 

Giorgio Barale, son of Giuseppe, in 1960 in a race track bicycling. Also bicycle dealer and today said master of painting

 

The team of professional Torpado in 1959 to retirement  "Bel Pensiero"

 

The team of professional Carpano, with Nencini, Defilippis and Conterno, in 1959 on the promenade

 

Fausto Coppi in 1951 at Bar Guido, Bar Aldo now

 

Nino Defilippis in 1954 to retirement "Bel Pensiero" with the owners, Martoni

 

Tom Simpson, right, in 1964 the shop of Giuseppe Barale

 

Passage of the Giro d'Italia in 1968 with the Alba-San Remo stage

 

In 1953, at the 36th Tour of Italy, whose final victory went to Fausto Coppi, is transited at Bordighera with two stages: the Genoa-Bordighera on May 24 and Bordighera-Turin on May 25. Of beside the map Altitude

GENOVA-BORDIGHERA
24 may 1953

BORDIGHERA-TORINO
25 may 1953

ORDER OF ARRIVAL OF 
GENOVA-BORDIGHERA 256 km
1. Oreste Conte in 8h35'06"
2. Baroni
3. Corrieri
4. Piazza
5. Rivola
6. Pasotti
7. Conterno
8. Maggini
9. Monti
10. Peters

ORDER OF ARRIVAL OF 
BORDIGHERA-TORINO 242 km
1. Pietro Giudici in 7h06'04"
2. Schaer
3. Gismondi
4. Baroni
5. Conterno
6. Pasotti
7. Biagioni
8. Rossello
9. Benedetti
10. Buchonnet

ORESTE CONTE

PIETRO GIUDICI

 

Gino Bartali at the end of the stage the Genoa-Bordighera

 

A phase of Bordighera-Turin

 

Il CRITERIUM DI CICLISMO PER PROFESSIONISTI si è svolto a Bordighera per cinque anni: 1949-1950-1951-1952-1961. Sempre ai primi di marzo con i corridori in allenamento per la Milano-Sanremo

1949 EDITION victory to

RAYMOND GUEGAN of the italian team  MAINO

1st  GUEGAN Raymond (France)

2nd COPPI Serse (Italy)

3rd  MAGNI Fiorenzo (Italy)

1950 EDITION victory to

CASOLA LUIGI of the italian team      ATALA

1st  CASOLA Luigi (Italy) 

2nd VAN STEEMBERGEN Rik (B)

3rd  COPPI Fausto (Italy)

1951 EDITION victory to

MAGNI FIORENZO of the italian team GANNA

1st  MAGNI Fiorenzo (Italy)

2nd MORESCO Rinaldo (Italy)

3st  ROSSELLO Vincenzo (Italy)

1952 EDITION victory to

 BEVILACQUA ANTONIO of the italian team  BENOTTO - FIORELLI SALUS

1st  BEVILACQUA ANTONIO (It.)

2nd MINARDI Giuseppe (Italy)

3st  SEGHEZZI Vittorio (Italy)

IN THE 1961 THE CRITERIUM TOOK PLACE  THE TWO TESTS WITH THE STANDINGS FINAL SUMMARY

WINNER of the first test

BAFFI PIERINO of the italian team FIDES

1st  BAFFI  Pierino (Italy)

2nd PIZZOGLIO Ezio (Italy)

3rd  FEZZARDI Giuseppe (Italy)

WINNER of the second test

FEZZARDI GIUSEPPE of the italian team SAN PELLEGRINO

1st  FEZZARDI Giuseppe (Italy)

2nd DI MARIA Arnaldo (Italy)

3rd  FALLARINI  Giuseppe (Italy)

FINAL WINNER

DI MARIA ARNALDO of the italian team CARPANO

1st  DI MARIA Arnaldo (Italy)

2nd PIZZOGLIO Ezio (Italy)

3rd  FEZZARDI Giuseppe (Italy)

 

To the edition of March 5 th 1950, on the walk, Rik Van Steenbergen, to the center, among the town secretary, surveyor Armando Sciarratta and mister Rigamonti

 

At the start of the 1949 edition, the Italian champion Vito Ortelli is with Guido Guglielmi

At the start of the edition of March 5 of 1951, on the promenade, Fiorenzo Magni, then the winner, talks with the French champion Guy Lapebie

 

A phase of the race's edition of March 5, 1951. The Australian champion Anthony Peter at the eighth round in the underpass of Noaro street