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Fausto Coppi Vs. Gino Bartali

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Gino Bartali (left) and Fausto Coppi (aka il Campionissimo) at Col du Gabilier, in the course of Tour de France in 1952 (photo by Carlo Martini).
Gino Bartali (left) and Fausto Coppi, who wears the maglia rosa (pink jersey), reserved to the current leader (and to the winner) of the stage race Giro d'Italia (Tour of Italy), one of the most ancient and important cycling competitions in the world.
Italian cycling champion Fiorenzo Magni, Gino Bartali and Fausto Coppi.
Gino Bartali (left) and Fausto Coppi in the course of Giro d'Italia in 1940.
Gino Bartali winner of the Tour de France in 1948.
Fausto Coppi (left) and Gino Bartali (1949).
Above and below: Fausto Coppi's breakaway in the course of the stage Cuneo-Pinerolo (in Piedmont) of the Giro d'Italia on 10th June 1949.
Fausto Coppi's breakaway in the course of the stage Cuneo-Pinerolo (in Piedmont) of the Giro d'Italia lasted 192 kilometres . Fausto Coppi won the stage (10th June 1949).
On 12th June 1949, Fausto Coppi won the Giro d'Italia.
Gino Bartali (first from the left) in the course of the stage Cuneo-Pinerolo of the Giro d'Italia on 10th June 1949. Gino Bartali won the second place with a 11'52'' delay.
Below: Italian cycling racer Alfredo Martini won the third place with a 19'14'' delay.
Fausto Coppi (on the front) and Gino Bartali in the course of the 16th stage Cannes-Briancon of the Tour de France in 1949. Gino Bartali won the stage.
Fausto Coppi winner of the Tour de France in 1949.
In 1949, Fausto Coppi was the first racer in cycling history to win Giro d'Italia and Tour de France in the same year.
Fausto Coppi in the course of the Tour de France in 1952.
Fausto Coppi, Swiss cycling champion Hugo Koblet and Gino Bartali at Passo del Tonale (Italian Alps, between Lombardy and Trentino) in the course of Giro d'Italia in 1953.
Above and below: Fausto Coppi's breakaway at Passo dello Stelvio (2.752 metres above sea level, Italian Alps, between Lombardy and Trentino), in the course of Giro d'Italia, on 1st June 1953.
At Passo dello Stelvio a fan wrote W Fausto (Viva Fausto) on the snow (1st June 1953).
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Fausto Coppi

Fausto Coppi's Legacy
Giro d'Italia 1940, 1947, 1949, 1952, 1953; Tour de France 1949, 1952; Giro di Lombardia 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1954; Milano-Sanremo 1946, 1948, 1949;
Paris-Roubaix 1950; La Flèche-Wallone 1950; World Champion of road cycling 1953; World Champion of track cycling (individual pursuit) 1947, 1949; one-hour recordman from 1942
to 1956.


Gino Bartali

Gino Bartali's Legacy
Giro d'Italia 1936, 1937, 1946; Tour de France 1938, 1948; Giro di Lombardia 1936, 1939, 1940;
Milano-Sanremo 1939, 1940, 1947, 1950.

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