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2015 Giro d’Italia – First week stats

– Orica-GreenEdge is the first team since Del Tongo (1985-1986) to win successive team time trial stages in the Giro d’Italia

– Simon Gerrans and Simon Clarke became the 7th, respectively the 8th Australian cyclist to wear the pink jersey

– Davide Formolo, Jan Polanc and Elia Viviani all scored their maiden victory in a Grand Tour

– André Greipel claimed his 13th career win in a Grand Tour and climbed to fifth in an all-time list of German stage winners in Grand Tours, behind Erik Zabel (20), Rudi Altig (18) and Marcel Wüst (14)

– Paolo Tiralongo became the oldest ever winner of a Giro d’Italia stage: 37 years and 313 days

– Seven of the 22 teams have nabbed a victory: Astana, Cannondale-Garmin, Lampre-Merida, Lotto-Soudal, Movistar, Orica-GreenEdge and Sky

– Alberto Contador has 12 days in the pink jersey and lies in third among the active riders, after Ivan Basso and Vincenzo Nibali, both with 19 days

– Simon Geschke is the first German cyclist to lead the mountains classification in the last four years

– Home riders have had an excellent week, winning four stages so far, taking Italy’s tally to 1241 victories in the race

– The first eight stages in line were won by eight different cyclists

– Ten riders have abandoned the race thus far, Etixx-Quick Step and Nippo-Vini Fantini being the only teams with two cyclists out of the race

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One thought on “2015 Giro d’Italia – First week stats

  1. daniel on said:

    Sa remarcam faptul ca ambii ciclisti romani au terminat prima saptamana, chiar fiind evidentiati prin evadarile pe care le-au incercat…

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