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Il Giro d'Italia

Felice Gimondi nel 1967

The wonderful stunning climb to the Tre Cime di Lavaredo with its finishing line at the Auronzo Refuge represents one of the most memorable laps of the Giro d'Italia (Italian bike competition). The final 7 Km uphill stretch from Misurina (1760 m. o.s.l.) to the alpine refuge (2333 m. o.s.l.) climbs up dramatically in the last 4 Kms with a 477 m. gain in height.

The Italian competition took place here for the 1st time in 1967 to celebrate the enlargement of the 1st World War Military Road and the race was cancelled because of some irregularities.
Felice Gimondi would have won with 4” on Merckx and 6” on Motta.
The following year Eddy Merckx wins and wears here the pink jersey. In 1974 the Spanish José Manuel Fuente wins with 1'18” lead over Baronchelli and Merckx, the latter bravely defending his pink jersey and gaining the last of his 5th Italian bike races.

In 1981 the Swiss Breat Breu wins the race; Battaglin takes the pink jersey away from Contini and winning the time trial race from Soave to Verona becomes the 1st Italian bike race winner from the Veneto region.

Battaglin nel 1981

The second last finishing line at the Tre Cime di Lavaredo is in 1989, with the victory of the Colombian climber Luis “Lucho” Herrera.

Giro d'Italia 2007The most recent run ending here is on May 27th 2007, during the lap Trento-Tre Cime di Lavaredo/Auronzo, with the victory of Riccardo Riccò, followed by his team fellow Leonardo Piepoli.

 
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