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The list of participating riders for the Giro d'Italia 2010 and their numbers

Added: saturday 08 May 2010 at 15:35:00
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    The list of participating riders for the Giro d'Italia 2010 and their numbersMatthias Russ (Team Milram) was the first rider to start in the individual time trial which was the first stage of the Giro d'Italia 2010 today (see this article about the Tour of Italy 2010 route on Google Maps). With Carlos Sastre (Cervélo TestTeam), Cadel Evans (BMC Racing Team), Alexandre Vinokourov (Astana) and Ivan Basso (Liquigas-Doimo) as the big favourites, 198 riders will start in this 93rd Tour of Italy.

    The participating riders for the different teams of the Giro d'Italia 2010

    BMC Racing Team

    BMC Racing TeamSince Giro d'Italia 2009 winner, Denis Menchov (Rabobank) does not participate this year, the World Champion, Cadel Evans, of the American team with the Swiss sponsor gets the number 1.
    The team's goal is to make Evans the first Australian rider to win the Giro d'Italia and team manager John Lelangue said about his team: It may not be a team of big names, but we know they can do the job for us, so that's most important. Our only objective for this race is riding for Cadel for the general classification.

    001/ Cadel Evans
    002/ Brent Bookwalter
    003/ Martin Kohler
    004/ Jeff Louder
    005/ Mauro Santambrogio
    006/ John Murphy
    007/ Michael Schar
    008/ Florian Stalder
    009/ Danilo Wyss

    Acqua & Sapone

    The Italian team which participates in the Giro on a wildcard has Stefano Garzelli as its leader.

    011/ Stefano Garzelli
    012/ Dario Andriotto
    013/ Massimo Codol
    014/ Alessandro Donati
    015/ Francesco Failli
    016/ Andrea Masciarelli
    017/ Francesco Masciarelli
    018/ Vladimir Miholjevic
    019/ Jose' Cayetano Sarmiento Tunarrosa

    AG2R La Mondiale

    Hubert DupontThe AG2R La Mondiale team would usually have had Tadej Valjavec as its leader in the Giro but the Slovenian rider is suspected of using doping based on the values of his biological passport and the team has thus decided to no longer let him participate in races and suspend him for the time being. According to Valjavec the fluctuating blood values can be explained because of an illness for which he received a treatment; according to him his team has forgotton to deliver the medical certificate for this threatment to the UCI. Hubert Dupont replaces Valjavec.

    021/ Guillaume Bonnafond
    022/ Hubert Dupont
    023/ Alexander Efimkin
    024/ John Gadret
    025/ Sebastien Hinault
    026/ Yuriy Krivtsov
    027/ René Mandri
    028/ Anthony Ravard
    029/ Ludovic Turpin

    Androni Giocattoli-Diquigiovanni

    Rubens BertopgliatiThe leader of this second Italian team with a wildcard is Michele Scarponi. In the team there are 3 other Italians, 2 Venezuelians, a Colombian, a Swiss rider and an Australian.

    031/ Michele Scarponi
    032/ Leonardo Bertagnolli
    033/ Alessandro Bertolini
    034/ Rubens Bertogliati (photo)
    035/ Alberto Loddo
    036/ Carlos Jose' Ochoa
    037/ Jackson Jesus Rodriguez Ortiz
    038/ Jose' Rodolfo Serpa Perez
    039/ Cameron Wurf

    Astana

    Alexandre VinokourovThe Kazakh team comes to the start of the Giro d'Italia 2010 with a team which was built around Alexandre Vinokourov who won Liège-Bastogne-Liège 2 weeks ago.

    041/ Alexandre Vinokourov
    042/ Paolo Tiralongo
    043/ Enrico Gasparotto
    044/ Andriy Grivko
    045/ Josep Jufre Pou
    046/ Roman Kireyev
    047/ Valentin Iglinskiy
    048/ Gorazd Stangelj
    049/ Alexsandr Dyachenko

    Bbox Bouygues Telecom

    William BonnetThe French team has chosen Thomas Voeckler to be its leader but counts on William Bonnet for a possible stage win, in case of a bunch sprint (like in Paris-Nice 2010 where he won the stage in Limoges).

    051/ Thomas Voeckler
    052/ Yukiya Arashiro
    053/ William Bonnet (photo)
    054/ Anthony Charteau
    055/ Mathieu Claude
    056/ Damien Gaudin
    057/ Guillaume Le Floch
    058/ Yury Trofimov
    059/ Johann Tschopp

    Caisse d'Epargne

    Rigoberto UranThe Spanish team with French sponsor counts on the Italian rider Marzio Bruseghin, former rider of the Lampre team, in this Giro d'Italia 2010.

    061/ Marzio Bruseghin
    062/ Andrei Amador
    063/ David Arroyo
    064/ Arnold Jeannesson
    065/ Vasil Kiryienka
    066/ Pablo Lastras
    067/ Alberto Losada
    068/ Rigoberto Uran (photo)
    069/ Xabier Zandio

    Cervélo TestTeam

    Carlos SastreIn the team of the Canadian bike manufacturer the Tour de France 2008 winner, Carlos Sastre, would like to get a good place in the general classification. Will he be able to improve his 3rd place in the Giro d'Italia 2009 where he won 2 stages?

    Despite the only 8 race days he has done so far, he seems to be ready for it: I want to win the Giro, that is my first goal. The last 10 days are very hard, I am a climber and there are less kilometers of time trial, so all of this works in my favor," Sastre said Thursday after arriving in Amsterdam. "I have a very strong team here to support me. Everyone is very motivated, it's the first big tour of the season, and we have a new sponsor, so there are a lot good things for us in this Giro.

    (concerning the new sponsor: that's Tata Consultancy Services which name will be shown on the riders' chests, just below the Cervélo logo)

    071/ Carlos Sastre
    072/ Inigo Cuesta
    073/ Volodymir Gustov
    074/ Edward King
    075/ Ignatas Konovalovas
    076/ Daniel Lloyd
    077/ Marcel Wyss
    078/ Gabriel Rasch
    079/ Xavier Tondo

    Cofidis

    David MoncoutiéThe French team has appointed David Moncoutié as it's leader and counts on him espcecially in the mountain stages. Moncoutié won the king of the mountains classification in the Tour of Spain 2009, just like in 2008. In 2010 Moncoutié participates for the first time in the Giro d'Italia.

    In the team for the Tour of Italy, Damien Monier replaces Tristan Valentin who was initially planned to participate but couldn't make it because of a bronchitis.

    081/ David Moncoutié
    082/ Guillaume Blot
    083/ Mickael Buffaz
    084/ Remi Cusin
    085/ Leonardo Duque
    086/ Julien Fouchard
    087/ Kalle Kriit
    088/ Nico Sijmens
    089/ Damien Monier

    Colnago - CSF Inox

    Domenico Pozzovivo, leader of this Italian team, said yesterday during the team presentations of the Giro d'Italia 2010 that his goals were to get a good place in the general classification and to win a mountain stage. In the Giro his team is completely Italian.

    091/ Domenico Pozzovivo
    092/ Manuel Belletti
    093/ Sacha Modolo
    094/ Alessandro Bisolti
    095/ Federico Canuti
    096/ Marco Frapporti
    097/ Alan Marangoni
    098/ Simone Stortoni
    099/ Stefano Pirazzi

    Footon-Servetto

    Giampaolo CheulaIn this Giro Footon-Servetto is the youngest team with an average age of 25.

    101/ Ermanno Capelli
    102/ Matthias Brändle
    103/ Eros Capecchi
    104/ Giampaolo Cheula (photo)
    105/ Markus Eibegger
    106/ Iban Mayoz
    107/ Marco Corti
    108/ Michele Merlo
    109/ Martin Pedersen

    Garmin-Transitions

    David MillarMatthew White, directeur sportif of the American team, said about his selection for the Tour of Italy 2010: Our squad is versatile, so we'll be looking for every opportunity for potential stage wins and with the team we have at this race, even a day or two in the coveted Maglia Rosa is a realistic goal.

    The Scottish rider David Millar, who won the individual time trial of the Critérium International at the end of March, is the leader of this team.

    111/ David Millar
    112/ Christian Vandevelde
    113/ Tyler Farrar
    114/ Jack Bobridge
    115/ Julian Dean
    116/ Murilo Antonio Fischer
    117/ Daniel Martin
    118/ Cameron Meyer
    119/ Svein Tuft

    Lampre-Farnese Vini

    Damiano CunegoThe Italian prince, Damiano Cunego, finds in the Lampre-Farnese Vini team for this Tour of Italy Gilberto Simoni as a co-leader, while they didn't really manage to work out a similar situation in 2004 (Saeco) and 2005 (Lampre).
    For the sprints the Italian team counts on Alessandro Petacchi.

    As usual the Lampre-Farnese Vini team has published some statistics about its team: the oldest rider is Gilberto Simoni with his 38 years and he's also the rider with the highest number of participations in the Giro d'Italia: 13. The youngest rider of Lampre-Farnese Vini is Matteo Bono (26 years old) and the average age is 32.3 years.
    The tallest rider is Danilo Hondo (1.86m) while the smallest is of course Damiano Cunego (1.69m) and the average length is 1.77m. Danilo Hondo is also the heaviest rider with 75 kg while Marco Marzano is the lightest rider with only 58 kg; the average weight is 66 kg.
    The team represents three countries: Italy, Germany and Switzerland.
    4 riders in the team have already won a stage in the Giro: Damiano Cunego, Alessandro Petacchi, Gilberto Simoni and Danilo Hondo.

    121/ Damiano Cunego
    122/ Alessandro Petacchi
    123/ Gilberto Simoni
    124/ Matteo Bono
    125/ Danilo Hondo
    126/ Marco Marzano
    127/ David Loosli
    128/ Daniele Righi
    129/ Alessandro Spezialetti

    Liquigas-Doimo

    Fabio SabatiniSince Franco Pellizotti is one of the other riders who can not participate in the Giro because of the variations detected in his blood levels in his biological passport, Ivan Basso and Vincenzo Nibali are the two leaders for the Liquigas-Doimo team. Nibali has been asked as a last minute replacement for the Giro d'Italia 2010.

    Ivan Basso said about the Giro: Winning the Tour of Italy is my dream this year. I take this new challenge with confidence and come to the start as a relaxed man. There are many candidates for the final win and it will thus not be easy to bring the pink jersey to Verona: whatever happens, I'll go for it for 110%.
    Vincenzo Nibali said: The Giro d'Italia is always a special occasion. I would like to achieve a good result, depending on my condition; I'll live the race on a day by day base to see how far I can come. Concerning the individual time trial in Amsterdam he simply said: Short and technical, that's how I love them.

    131/ Ivan Basso
    132/ Vincenzo Nibali
    133/ Valerio Agnoli
    134/ Maciej Bodnar
    135/ Tiziano Dall'antonia
    136/ Robert Kiserlovski
    137/ Fabio Sabatini (photo)
    138/ Sylvester Szmyd
    139/ Alessandro Vanotti

    Omega Pharma-Lotto

    Daniel MorenoMarc Sergeant, manager of the Belgian team presented his team for the Giro with the following comments: The selection is a mix of young talent, completed with experience and must be able to show something nice.

    Adam Blythe, Michiel Elijzen and Jan Bakelants will do their very first Giro d'Italia: Bakelants is a former winner of the Tour de l'Avenir and will thus start a stage race like this one with some ambitions, Blythe would like to seize the occasions at bunch sprints and Elijzen wants to be good in the individual time trial in Amsterdam.

    Francis de Greef targets a stage win in one of the mountain stages, just like Matthew Lloyd, while Daniel Moreno would like to get a good position in the general classification.

    141/ Sebastian Lang
    142/ Jan Bakelandts
    143/ Adam Blyth
    144/ Francis De Greef
    145/ Michiel Elijzen
    146/ Olivier Kaisen
    147/ Matthew Lloyd
    148/ Daniel Moreno
    149/ Charles Wegelius

    Quick Step

    Jérôme PineauIn this Belgian team Addy Engels is the Dutch rider with the highest number of participations in the Giro d'Italia: 8.

    151/ Dario Cataldo
    152/ Addy Engels
    153/ Mauro Facci
    154/ Jérôme Pineau (photo)
    155/ Francesco Reda
    156/ Branislau Samoilau
    157/ Matteo Tosatto
    158/ Marco Velo
    159/ Wouter Weylandt

    Rabobank

    Rick FlensThe Rabobank team had to face some health problems, to be more precise, allergy problems, which made it impossible for their leader Oscar Freire and Koos Moerenhout to participate in the Giro d'Italia 2010. The second rider is replaced by Tom Stamsnijder, while Freire's place was taken by the young espoir Steven Kruijswijk.

    161/ Steven Kruijswijk
    162/ Mauricio Ardila
    163/ Graeme Brown
    164/ Rick Flens (photo)
    165/ Dmitry Kozontchuk
    166/ Tom Stamsnijder
    167/ Bauke Mollema
    168/ Jos van Emden
    169/ Pieter Weening

    Team Sky

    Greg HendersonThe British Team Sky is of course led by Bradley Wiggins and this will also be the case in the Tour de France 2010.

    Dave Brailsford, the manager of the team said about Team Sky's selection: It's a well-balanced team and there's a real opportunity in that first week for us.

    171/ Bradley Wiggins
    172/ Michael Barry
    173/ Dario Cioni
    174/ Steven Cummings
    175/ Christopher Froome
    176/ Mathew Hayman
    177/ Gregory Henderson (photo)
    178/ Morris Possoni
    179/ Christopher Sutton

    Team HTC-Columbia

    André GreipelThe HTC-Columbia team counts on its German sprinter for the bunch sprints, just like in the Tour Down Under where he had some good results again this year.

    181/ Andre Greipel
    182/ Marco Pinotti
    183/ Michael Albasini
    184/ Matthew Goss
    185/ Adam Hansen
    186/ Craig Lewis
    187/ Frantisek Rabon
    188/ Vicente Reynes
    189/ Marcel Sieberg

    Katusha Team

    Filippo PozzatoThe Russian team announced that, after his 5th place in the Tour de Romandie, Vladimir Karpets asked to participate in the Giro d'Italia 2010 and his request has been accepted. Karpets thus takes the place of the young Italian rider Marco Bandiera and comes to support the leader of the team, Filippo Pozzato.

    191/ Filippo Pozzato
    192/ Vladimir Karpets
    193/ Robert McEwen
    194/ Giampaolo Caruso
    195/ Joan Horrach
    196/ Mikhail Ignatiev
    197/ Luca Mazzanti
    198/ Evgeni Petrov
    199/ Serguei Klimov

    Team Milram

    Linus GerdemannThe German team with milk sponsor comes to the start with an almost completely German team (7 riders), completed with one Australian and one Austrian rider.

    201/ Linus Gerdemann
    202/ Robert Förster
    203/ Markus Fothen
    204/ Luke Roberts
    205/ Dominik Roels
    206/ Thomas Rohregger
    207/ Matthias Russ
    208/ Paul Voss
    209/ Fabian Wegmann

    Team Saxo Bank

    Chris Anker SörensenThe Saxo Bank team does not target a spot in the general classification in the Giro d'Italia 2010 and is thus completely focussed on stage wins.

    211/ Anders Lund
    212/ Baden Cooke
    213/ Chris Anker Sörensen (photo)
    214/ Nicki Sörensen
    215/ Gustav Erik Larsson
    216/ Laurent Didier
    217/ Lucas Sebastian Haedo
    218/ Michael Morkov
    219/ Richie Porte

    by Thomas Vergouwen
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  1. Can someone tell who is the youngest and who is the oldest rider in 2010 Giro

    | Ivan Basso | sunday 09 May 2010 at 1:16:10

  2. http://www.cyclisme-roltiss-over.com/article-la-liste-des-partants-pour-le-giro-d-italia-2010-et-leurs-numeros-de-dossard-50072708.html

    | Roland TISSIER | sunday 09 May 2010 at 8:48:05

  3. Answer guestion Ivan Basso, 09 mei:
    The oldest rider in the Giro 2010 is: Inigo Questa,Cervelo Test Team, born in Burgos (Spain), on 02-06-1969;
    The youngest one is Matthias Brändle, Footon Servetto, born in Hohenens (Austria), day of birth: 07-12-1989
    Questa could be his father!!!

    | Tonn Vergouwen | monday 10 May 2010 at 15:43:30

  4. who are the remaining american riders left in the Giro

    | Jeff Dusenbury | friday 21 May 2010 at 8:33:03

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