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Freccia dei Vini - 7 July 2002
(Vigevano-Pietra de'Giorgi, 180-km.) UCI-1.6  Elite2/U23

Organized by the Viris Lomellina team
(Many future stars of the International peloton took part in the past editions of this competition, from Bugno to Chiappucci, from Frigo to Savoldelli)

Photos by Fabio

 

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The Podium with (from L to R) the riders Domenico Puzzovivo, Santo Anzą (race winner and Puzzovivo's Teammate at Zoccorinese-Vellutex) and Sintofarm-Feralpi's Francesco Tizza.

 

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The Podium again, but with Santo Anzą now wearing the Winner's Red Jersey

 

 

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The TOP 3 riders celebrating on the Podium (L to R): Puzzovivo, Anzą and Tizza.
 

 

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19-year-old Domenico Puzzovivo (just another baby-face, isn't he?)

 

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Race winner Santo Anzą (a climber, born on November the 17th, 1980)

 

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Baby-Face Puzzovivo again

 

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Once again race winner Santa Anzą (a Sicilian from Porta Sant'Anastasio near Catania, but currently living in Tuscany, who started racing at the age of 7 in his father's "Cicli Anzą" Team)

 

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Young Gun Domenico Puzzovivo

 

 

 

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An image of the "Piazza Ducale" Square in Vigevano, where the race started.

 

 

 

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The Peloton on the gruelling "Muro di Donelasco" ascent. No, the cameraman wasn't in any helicopter,  just in car down on the road, and the guys were tackling this awful ascent (just about 1-km-long, but with a gradient up to more than 20 %). Of course this peloton wouldn't stay so regrouped for a long time.

 

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A suggestive image of the peloton behind a caterpillar (sorry for the blue effect)

 
 
 
 
 
 

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