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Big field for Six Days of the Roses

By:
Susan Westemeyer
Published:
June 29, 2005, 1:00 BST,
Updated:
April 21, 2009, 0:00 BST
Edition:
Latest Cycling News for June 29, 2005

The 2005 edition of the 6 Giorni Delle Rose will take place between July 6-12 in Fiorenzuola, Italy,...

The 2005 edition of the 6 Giorni Delle Rose will take place between July 6-12 in Fiorenzuola, Italy, and will feature a large field of 170 riders from 15 countries. The start list includes the current Points Race World Champion Volodymyr Rybin (Ukr), 2004 European Madison Champion Iljo Keisse (Bel), who will be partnered by Matthew Gilmore (2000 Olympic silver medalist and 1998 Madison World Champion), Juan Curuchet and Walter Perez (Arg, 2004 Madison World Champions), Samuele Marzoli (2003 European Scratch Race Champion), and Marco Villa (2000 Olympic bronze medalist, past Madison World Champion). On the women's side, World Champion Vera Carrara, Giorgia Bronzini, Eleonora Soldo and 25 others will also compete.

The teams

Elite Men

1 Jens Erik Madsen (Den)/Michael Larsen (Den) Acef
2 Martin Blaha (Cze)/Peter Lazar (Cze) Ferri
3 Christian Grasmann (Ger)/Andreas Muller (Ger) Agricar
4 Iljo Keisse (Bel)/Mattew Gilmore (Bel) Cmo Trading
5 Samuele Marzoli (Ita)/Marco Villa (Ita) Casamercato
6 Martin Liska (Svk)/Joseph Zabka (Svk) Pulinet
7 Darren Young (Aus)/Nathan Clarke (Aus) Garbi
8 Lyubomir Polatayko (Ukr)/Volodimir Ribyn (Ukr) Alu Tecno
9 Giairo Ermeti (Ita)/Sebastian Donadio (Arg) La Rocca
10 Claudio Masnata (Ita)/Volodimir Zagorodny (Ukr) Gas Sales
11 Andrea Pinos (Ita)/Alex Butazzoni (Ita) Birra Castello
12 Andrew Bradley (Aut)/Mario Lexmuller (Aut) Locat Omega
13 Jiri Hochmann (Cze)/Lubor Koscika (Cze) Agip Luongo
14 Francesco Giuliani (Ita)/Corrado Serina (Ita) Gm Termosanitari
15 Andreas Graf (Aut)/Georg Tazreiter (Aut) Canova
16 Michael Berling (Den)/Lars H. Thomsen (Den) Arda Natura
17 Josè Sanchez (Mex)/Alexis Elisalde (Mex) Hicari Sport
18 Salemo Marek (Fin)/Pajari Matti (Fin) Libertà
19 Konstantin Ponomarev (Rus)/ Ilya Krestianinov (Rus) Fratelli Placido
20 Juan Curuchet (Arg)/Walter Perez (Arg) Pinarello

Juniors

1 Stefan Patzl (Aut)
2 Felix Kaineder (Aut)
3 Michael Singer (Aut)
4 Georg Lauscha (Aut)
5 Michael Kocner (Aut)
6 Patrick Gelosky (Aut)
7 Loic Perizzolo (Swi)
8 Frédéric Miletto (Fra)
9 Omar Garcia (Mex)
10 Cristian Barrio (Mex)
11 Diego Adelghieri (Ita)
12 Marco Benfatto (Ita)
13 Stefano Castoldi (Ita)
14 Nicola Del Santo (Ita)
15 Simone Pasolini (Ita)
16 Gabriele Tassinari (Ita)
17 Davide Orrei (Ita) Arda Natura - Pulinet
18 Giacomo Notari (Ita) Arda Natura - Pulinet
19 Elia Santi (Ita) Arda Natura - Pulinet
20 Vincenzo Visciano (Ita) Arda Natura - Pulinet
21 Andrea Zeni (Ita) Arda Natura - Pulinet
22 Massimo Barani (Ita) V.C. Pontenure
23 Piermattia Marzoli (Ita) V.C. Pontenure
24 Matteo Passera (Ita) V.C. Pontenure
25 Luca Altissimo (Ita) V.C. Pontenure
26 Guido Pigato (Ita) Prealpino
27 Fabrizio Libonati (Ita) Prealpino
28 Fabio Scarazzati (Ita) G.S. Madignanese
29 Micael Ciavatta (Ita) Speed Montanini (Vt)
30 Gaetano Romaggioli (Ita) U.C. Valmontone (Rm)

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