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1959 Giro d’Italia / Netherlands

Sporting managers: ARRIETA LUJAMBIO José Luis / GARCIA ACOSTA José Vicente
State victories1
Riders in the race9
Classification1
1959 Giro d’Italia

The Spanish team always guarantees success and fights for the ultimate triumph. In the Vuelta, it not only participates with the aim of winning stages, but also has its eye firmly on first place in the general classification. Its last overall victory was in 2009 thanks to Alejandro Valverde. It has also made it to the podium in the past three editions, consecutively. Once again, the team will aim for the top prize in 2015. This team always has a prominent role in every race of the international calendar. The Vuelta will be no exception

№ 121
Alejandro Belmonte
Born on 1980/04/25 at Murcia; 1.78m/61kg
№ 121
Alejandro Belmonte
Born on 1980/04/25 at Murcia; 1.78m/61kg
№ 121
Alejandro Belmonte
Born on 1980/04/25 at Murcia; 1.78m/61kg
1959 Giro d’Italia
Race details
Dates 16 May – 7 June
Stages 22
Distance 3,657 km (2,272 mi)
Winning time 101h 50′ 26″”
Results
Winner Charly Gaul (LUX) (EMI)
Second Jacques Anquetil (FRA) (Helyett–Leroux–Fynsec–Hutchinson)
Third Diego Ronchini (ITA) (Bianchi–Pirelli)

Mountains Charly Gaul (LUX) (EMI)
Team Atala–Pirelli–Lygi
1958
1960
Winner Charly Gaul (LUX) (EMI)
Second Jacques Anquetil (FRA) (Helyett–Leroux–Fynsec–Hutchinson)
Third Diego Ronchini (ITA) (Bianchi–Pirelli)

Mountains Charly Gaul (LUX) (EMI)
Team Atala–Pirelli–Lygi

Teams

  • Atala–Pirelli–Lygi
  • Bianchi–Pirelli
  • Carpano
  • EMI
  • Faema–Guerra
  • Ghigi–Ganna
  • Ignis–Frejus
  • Legnano–Pirelli
  • Molteni
  • Helyett–Leroux–Fynsec–Hutchinson
  • San Pellegrino
  • Torpado
  • Tricofilina

Route and stages

Stage characteristics and winners
Stage Date Course Distance Type Winner
1 16 May Milan to Salsomaggiore Terme 135 km (84 mi) Plain stage Rik Van Looy (BEL)
2 17 May Salsomaggiore Terme to Salsomaggiore Terme 22 km (14 mi) Individual time trial Jacques Anquetil (FRA)
3 18 May Salsomaggiore Terme to Abetone 180 km (112 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Charly Gaul (LUX)
4 19 May Abetone to Arezzo 178 km (111 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Armando Pellegrini (ITA)
5 20 May Arezzo to Rome 243 km (151 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Rik Van Looy (BEL)
6 21 May Rome to Naples 213 km (132 mi) Plain stage Miguel Poblet (ESP)
7 22 May Ercolano to Mount Vesuvius 8 km (5 mi) Individual time trial Charly Gaul (LUX)
8 23 May Ischia to Ischia 31 km (19 mi) Individual time trial Antonino Catalano (ITA)
9 24 May Naples to Vasto 206 km (128 mi) Plain stage Gastone Nencini (ITA)
10 25 May Vasto to Teramo 148 km (92 mi) Plain stage Rino Benedettii (ITA)
11 26 May Ascoli Piceno to Rimini 245 km (152 mi) Plain stage Rik Van Looy (BEL)
12 27 May Rimini to City of San Marino (San Marino) 141 km (88 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Nino Defilippis (ITA)
28 May Rest day
13 29 May Rimini to Verona 233 km (145 mi) Plain stage Miguel Poblet (ESP)
14 30 May Verona to Rovereto 143 km (89 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Rik Van Looy (BEL)
15 31 May Trento to Bolzano 198 km (123 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Miguel Poblet (ESP)
16 1 June Bolzano to San Pellegrino Terme 245 km (152 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Alessandro Fantini (ITA)
17 2 June San Pellegrino Terme to Genoa 241 km (150 mi) Plain stage Arrigo Paduan (ITA)
18 3 June Genoa to Turin 180 km (112 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Vito Favero (ITA)
19 4 June Turin to Susa 51 km (32 mi) Individual time trial Jacques Anquetil (FRA)
20 5 June Turin to Saint-Vincent 100 km (62 mi) Plain stage Alfredo Sabbadin (ITA)
21 6 June Aosta to Courmayeur 296 km (184 mi) Stage with mountain(s) Charly Gaul (LUX)
22 7 June Courmayeur to Milan 220 km (137 mi) Plain stage Rolf Graf (SUI)
Total 3,657 km (2,272 mi)

Classification leadership

Classification leadership by stage
Stage Winner General classification
Mountains classification Team classification
1 Rik Van Looy Rik Van Looy not awarded Faema–Guerra
2 Jacques Anquetil Jacques Anquetil
3 Charly Gaul Charly Gaul Charly Gaul
4 Armando Pellegrini Charly Gaul & Armando Pellegrini EMI
5 Rik Van Looy Charly Gaul & Joseph Hoevenars Faema–Guerra
6 Miguel Poblet
7 Charly Gaul Charly Gaul
8 Antonino Catalano
9 Gastone Nencini EMI
10 Rino Benedettii
11 Rik Van Looy Faema–Guerra
12 Nino Defilippis EMI
13 Miguel Poblet Faema–Guerra
14 Rik Van Looy EMI
15 Miguel Poblet Jacques Anquetil
16 Alessandro Fantini
17 Arrigo Paduan Atala–Pirelli–Lygi
18 Vito Favero
19 Jacques Anquetil
20 Alfredo Sabbadin
21 Charly Gaul Charly Gaul
22 Rolf Graf
Final Charly Gaul Charly Gaul Atala–Pirelli–Lygi

Final standings

Legend
Denotes the winner of the General classification

General classification

Final general classification (1–10)
Rank Name Team Time
1 Charly Gaul (LUX) EMI 101h 50′ 54″”
2 Jacques Anquetil (FRA) Helyett–Leroux–Fynsec–Hutchinson + 6′ 12″”
3 Diego Ronchini (ITA) Bianchi–Pirelli + 6′ 16″”
4 Rik Van Looy (BEL) Faema–Guerra + 7′ 17″”
5 Imerio Massignan (ITA) Legnano–Pirelli + 7′ 31″”
6 Miguel Poblet (ESP) Ignis–Frejus + 10′ 21″”
7 Graziano Battistini (ITA) Legnano–Pirelli + 10′ 47″”
8 Guido Carlesi (ITA) Molteni + 13′ 35″”
9 Ernesto Bono (ITA) San Pellegrino + 13′ 36″”
10 Gastone Nencini (ITA) Carpano + 13′ 49″”

Mountains classification

Final mountains classification (1–10)
Name Team Points
1 Charly Gaul (LUX) EMI 560
2 Imerio Massignan (ITA) Legnano–Pirelli 320
3 Hans Junkermann (GER) Faema–Guerra 300
4 Vito Favero (ITA) Atala–Pirelli–Lygi 250
5 Graziano Battistini (ITA) Legnano–Pirelli 110
6 Joseph Hoevenars (BEL) Faema–Guerra 100
Aurelio Cestari (ITA) Atala–Pirelli–Lygi
Angelo Conterno (ITA) Carpano
9 Pasquale Fornara (ITA) EMI 90
10 Armando Pellegrini (ITA) EMI 80
Jacques Anquetil (FRA) Helyett–Leroux–Fynsec–Hutchinson
Rik Van Looy (BEL) Faema–Guerra
Michele Gismondi (ITA) Tricofilina
André Darrigade (FRA) Helyett–Leroux–Fynsec–Hutchinson
Nino Defilippis (ITA) Carpano

Team classification

Final team classification (1–10)
Team Points
1 Atala–Pirelli–Lygi 4115
2 EMI 3830
3 Faema–Guerra 2990
4 Carpano 2700
5 Helyett–Leroux–Fynsec–Hutchinson 2070
6 Legnano–Pirelli 2035
7 Ignis–Frejus 1980
8 Ghigi–Ganna 1555
9 Molteni 1190
10 Bianchi–Pirelli 1157.5

References

Bibliography

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General classification
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Points classification
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Mountains classification
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Young rider classification
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Team classification
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