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Giorgia Bronzini

Born in Piacenza, Italy on 3 August 1983, Giorgia Bronzini is a double World Champion cyclist specialising in road and track. During her career she has claimed over 70 victories on the road and track. She took the win at the 2013 Route de France, breaking the all-time record for consecutive wins in a women’s stage race.

Throughout her career she has built a reputation for being one of the most successful road and track riders. As a junior, Giorgia won the European and World title in Track. 2002 was her first elite season resulting in silver at the European Championships. In 2003 she won the U23 European Championship in track, as well as getting four other podiums that year. In 2004 she won the first round of the Damesronde van Drenthe, and three stages of the Tour Eko Dookola Polski in Poland.

In 2008 she won two stages of the Tour de Polonge, as well as winning four stages at the Trophée d’Or. She also won gold in the Italian championships in track. In 2009 she took the overall win at the Gran Caracol de Pista after winning five of the nine races, as well as two wins in the Ladies Tour of Quatar and three wins in the Tour de Prince Edward Island. In 2010 Giorgia won a stage of the Ladies Tour of Quatar, got a win in the Muri Fermani and the GP Carnevale d’Europa and two stages of the Giro della Toscana Int. 2011 saw Giorgia take victories in the GP Liberazione and the Liberty Classic. After returning from injury in May 2012 she won three stages of the Trophée d’Or and two of the Giro della Toscanna stages as well as a 5th in the road race at the 2012 Olympics.

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