Acqua & Sapone
Date of birth 08/05/1979
- 2012 - Acqua & Sapone
- 2011 - Acqua & Sapone
- 2010 - Acqua & Sapone
- 2009 - Acqua & Sapone - Caffe Mokambo
- 2008 - ACQUA SAPONE - CAFFE MOKAMBO
- 2007 - ACQUA SAPONE - CAFFE MOKAMBO
- 2007 - Acqua & Sapone - Caffe Mokambo
- 2006 - ACQUA SAPONE - CAFFE MOKAMBO
- 2006 - Acqua & Sapone
- 2005 - Acqua & Sapone - Adria Mobil
Team Milram and Acqua & Sapone-Caffè Mokambo name Giro rosters
By Peter Hymas last updated
Team Milram and Acqua & Sapone-Caffè Mokambo named their nine-men squads to compete in the centennial Giro d'Italia.
Oscar 'The Cat' Freire takes revenge
By Cycling News last updated
Three-time World Champ the first Spaniard to win Gent-Wevelgem Oscar...
Acqua & Sapone Caffè Mokambo for Tour Méditerranéen
By John Stevenson, Les Clarke last updated
Acqua & Sapone has named its squad for Tour Méditerranéen (February 8-12). After almost making the...
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