Gino Bartali (* 18. July 1914 in Ponte A Ema with Florenz; † 4. May 2000 in Ponte A Ema) was one of the most successful and most popular wheel running drivers of Italy. It takes thereby in the order of rank of the Italian wheel running drivers a firm place inthe point. It won twice the route de France and three times the giro d'Italia.
Gino Bartali, wheel professional from 1935 to 1953, was considered as the best mountain driver its time. Thus it won altogether seven times the mountain valuation of the giro d'Italia.Three times (1936, 1937 and 1946) it triumphierte also in the total valuation of the giro.1938 could decide Bartali for the first time the route de France for itself. At the best running driver age it had to interrupt its career because of the Second World War for several years. it stepped 1948 again with thatRoute on and won the “large loop” after ten years a second time in impressing way with nearly a half hour lead over the Zweitplatzierten.
Gino Bartalis career was coined/shaped from the competition to that five years younger “Campionissimo “ Fausto Coppi: Thismost famous rivalry of cycle racing history divided the enormous Italian fan municipality into the irreconcilable camps of the “bar valleyists” and the “copilot runways”. 1949 had to recognize that meanwhile 35-jährige Bartali with the route de France the superiority Coppis and achieved with second rank its last outstanding result with thatRoute.
Gino Bartali could never win the road world championship, but he dominated the two most important Italian a daily classical authors: It triumphed four times with Milan San Remo, three times won it the Lombardei Rundfahrt.
“… gli è tutto sbagliato, tutto there calling acres…” (Gino Bartali)
- 2x Route de France (1938, 1948)
- 3x giro d'Italia (1936, 1937, 1946)
- 4x Milan San Remo (1939, 1940, 1947, 1950)
- 3x giro di Lombardia (1936, 1939, 1940)
- 2x route de Suisse (1946, 1947)
- 4x of Italian Strassenmeister (1935, 1937, 1940, 1952)
- 5x giro della Toscana (1939, 1940, 1948,1950, 1953)
- 3x giro del Piemonte (1937, 1939, 1951)
- 2x championship of Zurich (1946, 1948)
- 2x giro dell'Emilia (1952, 1953)
- 2x giro della Campania (1940, 1945)
- 1x Coppa Bernocchi (1935)
- 1x Tre Valli Varesine (1938)
- 1x route de Romandie (1949)
Web on the left of
- complete ones List of the Palmares
- Ginettaccio - the legend of Gino Bartali
- Museo del Ciclismo “Gino Bartali”
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||of Italian wheel running drivers|
|DATE OF BIRTH||18. July 1914|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Ponte A Ema with Florenz|
|DYING DATE||4. May 2000|
|DYING PLACE||Ponte Ema|