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Maurizio Fondriest
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Personal information
Date of birth January 15, 1965 (1965-01-15) (age 45)
Country  Italy
Team information
Current team Retired
Role Rider
Major wins
1988 UCI Road World Championships
Infobox last updated on:
7 April 2009

Maurizio Fondriest (born January 15, 1965) is a retired Italian professional road racing cyclist.

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Career

Born in Cles, province of Trento, Fondriest turned professional in 1987 with the Ecoflam team. He subsequently rode for Alfa-Lum in 1988, winning the World Cycling Championships along with stages in the Tour de Suisse and Tirreno-Adriatico. In 1991, riding for Panasonic, he won the UCI Road World Cup. In 1993, riding for the Lampre team, he won Milan-Sanremo, La Flèche Wallonne, the Züri-Metzgete, the Giro dell'Emilia, the general classification and two stages of Tirreno-Adriatico, three stages and the general classification of the Grand Prix du Midi Libre, a stage in the Giro d'Italia and the overall World Cup. He would never again have such a successful season, although he had another successful season with Lampre in 1995 he won a stage in the Giro d'Italia and came in second in a number of races (the Tirreno-Adriatico general classification, Milan-Sanremo, Gent-Wevelgem, La Flèche Wallonne, and a stage in the Giro d'Italia).

Retirement

He retired in 1998 after riding for Cofidis for three years, and founded a bicycle manufacturer, called Fondriest, which makes carbon fiber bicycles.

Palmarès

  • World Cup: 1991, 1993
  • Arc en ciel.svg World road champion: 1988
  • Challenge San Silvestro d'Oro: 1993
  • Challenge Giglio d'Oro: 1993

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Gianni Bugno
UCI Road World Cup Champion
1991
Succeeded by
Olaf Ludwig
Preceded by
Olaf Ludwig
UCI Road World Cup Champion
1993
Succeeded by
Gianluca Bortolami
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