Giuseppe Saronni

Giuseppe Saronni (born 22 September 1957 in Novara), also known as Beppe Saronni, is an Italian former racing cyclist.

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1978 Gerrie Knetemann 1979 Jan Raas 1980 Bernard Hinault 1981 Freddy Maertens 1982 Giuseppe Saronni 1983 Greg LeMond 1984 Claude Criquielion 1985 Joop Zoetemelk 1986 Moreno Argentin 1987 ...
Points Classification Winners of The Grand Tours - Winners By Year
... Calster (BEL) 1983 Sean Kelly (IRL) Giuseppe Saronni (ITA) Marino Lejarreta (ESP) 1982 Sean Kelly (IRL) Francesco Moser (ITA) Steffan Mutter (SUI) 1981 Freddy Maertens (BEL ...
Super Prestige Pernod International - Palmarès
... Zoetemelk Gerrie Knetemann Jan Raas 1979 Bernard Hinault Giuseppe Saronni Joop Zoetemelk Francesco Moser Jan Raas 1980 Bernard Hinault Fons De Wolf Francesco Moser Hennie Kuiper Giuseppe Saronni 1981 ...
Gilberto Simoni - Palmares - Grand Tours Overall Classification Results Timeline
... Giovanni Brunero 1923 Costante Girardengo 1924 Giuseppe Enrici 1925 Alfredo Binda 1926 Giovanni Brunero 1927–29 Alfredo Binda 1930 Luigi Marchisio 1931 Francesco Camusso 1932 Antonio Pesenti 1933 Alfredo Binda 1934 ...

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