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12th Giro del Trentino Femminile - 2.1 (W)

Italy, June 15-19, 2005

2004 results     Stage List     Preview    Start List     Past winners

The Stages

  • Stage 1 - June 15: Trento-Monzambano (Mantova), 121.3 km
  • Stage 2 - June 16: Roverè della Luna - Cembra (Trento), 84 km
  • Stage 3 - June 17: Condino (Trento) - Bedizzole (Brescia), 88 km
  • Stage 4 - June 18: Lavis - Ruffrè Mendola (Trento) , 86,5 km
  • Stage 5 - June 19: Vipiteno (Bolzano) - Innsbruck (Austria), 95 km

Giro del Trentino Alto Adige starts today

The 12th edition of the Giro del Trentino Alto Adige-Sud Tirol Femminile starts today (Wednesday) with a flat 121 km stage between Trento and Monzambano. Stage 2, from Luna to Cembra (84 km) is a hilly stage finishing with the climb of Feado. The third stage, from Condino to Bedizzole (88 km) is an undulating one finishing with several circuits. Stage 4 from Lavis to Ruffrè Mendola (86.5 km) is the toughest stage, finishing on the Passo Mendola. The last stage takes the riders from Vipiteno to Innsbruck in Austria over 95 km, and is not particularly tough, finishing outside the Imperial Palace of Innsbruck.

The organisers have confirmed that 19 teams and 125 riders representing 27 countries will be on the start line. The favourites include German World Champion Judith Arndt (Nürnberger), her teammate Trixi Worrack, Russian Svetlana Boubnenkova, recent winner of the Emakumeen Bira), British Nicole Cooke, Swiss Nicole Brändli, Lithuanian Edita Pucinskaite, Italian Fabiana Luperini, who has won this race five times, Tatiana Guderzo, Luisa Tamanini, and Paola Pezzo.

Start list

Coming!

Past winners

2004 Tina Liebig (Ger) Equipe Nurnberger           
2003 Luisa Tamanini (Ita) Team 2002 Aurora  
2002 Fabiana Luperini (Ita) Edilsavino                
2001 Zinaida Stahurskaia (Blr) GAS Sport team
2000 Pia Sundstedt (Fin) Gas Sport Team
1999 Fabiana Luperini (Ita) Gas Sport Team
 
Past winners by Mario Stiehl, www.world-of-cycling.com