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Per sempre Alfredo (1.1) Italy

Winners, podium, distances, average speed

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The race:

The "Per sempre Alfredo" bicycle race was first run in 2021 to commemorate the the 100th anniversary of the the birth of racer and cycling coach Alfredo Martini, who passed away in 2014.

Martini raced professionally from 1941 to 1957, winning the 1947 Giro dell'Appennino and the 1950 Giro del Piemonte.

As a coach, he managed Ferretti (1969 - 1972, Sammontana (1973-1974) & the Italian National Team (1975 - 1997).

While managing the Italian National team he guided riders to world road championships 6 times: 1977 (Francesco Moser), 1982 (Giuseppe Saronni), 1986 (Moreno Argentin), 1988 (Maurizio Fondriest), 1991, 1992 (Gianni Bugno).

The Per sempre Alfredo race is organized by GS Emilia, which also puts on the Settimana Internazionale Coppi e Bartali and the Giro dell'Emilia.

The first edition in 2021 was a 162.1 kilometer race that started in Florence and finished in Sesto Fiorentino.

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Per sempre Alfredo podium history:

Year

1st Place

2nd Place

3rd Place

Distance

Average Speed
km/hr

2021 Matteo Moschetti
3hr 48min 10sec
Mikel Aristi
@ s.t.
Samuele Zambelli
@ s.t.
162.1 km 42.627 km/hr
2022 Marc Hirschi
4hr 23min 38sec
Dion Smith
@ 3sec
Rémy Mertz
@ s.t.
172.7 km 39.305
km/hr
2023 Felix Engelhardt
4hr 23min 38sec
Mark Stewart
@ s.t.
Anders Foldager
@ s.t.
190.2 km 42.103
km/hr

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