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Carlo Clerici (September 3, 1929, Zurich – January 28, 2007, Zurich [1]) was a Swiss professional road bicycle racer.

The highlight of his career was his overall win in the 1954 Giro d'Italia.

Career highlights

  • 1950: 3rd in Stausee Rundfahrt Klingnau
  • 1952: 2nd in Züri-Metzgete
  • 1952: 3rd in overall ranking Tour de Suisse
  • 1952: 1st in GP de Suisse
  • 1953: 3rd in Züri-Metzgete
  • 1954: 1st in overall ranking Giro d'Italia
  • 1954: 3rd in Swiss road championships
  • 1954: 3rd in overall ranking Tour de Romandie
  • 1955: 2nd in Swiss road championships
  • 1955: 3rd in overall ranking Tour de Suisse
  • 1956: 1st in Züri-Metzgete
  • 1956: 2nd in overall ranking Tour de Romandie

Professional teams

  • 1951: Italy Welter
  • 1952: West Germany Rapier
  • 1952: Italy Welter - Ursus
  • 1952: Switzerland Condor
  • 1953: West Germany Welter - Ursus
  • 1953: Switzerland Condor
  • 1954: Italy Guerra - Ursus
  • 1954: Switzerland Condor
  • 1954: Switzerland Cilo
  • 1955: Switzerland Condor
  • 1955: Belgium Van Hauwaert - Maes
  • 1955: Switzerland Faema - Guerra
  • 1956: Switzerland Condor
  • 1956: Spain Faema - Guerra
  • 1957: France Helyett - Potin
  • 1957: Switzerland Condor
  • 1958: Switzerland Condor

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