Filippo Pozzato


Filippo Pozzato

Infobox Cyclist
ridername = Filippo Pozzato


image_caption = Pozzato at the 2007 Tour de France
fullname = Filippo Pozzato
nickname = Pippo
dateofbirth = birth date and age|1981|9|10
country = ITA
height = height|m=1.83
weight = convert|73|kg|lb st|abbr=on|lk=on
currentteam = Liquigas
discipline = Road
role = Rider
ridertype =
proyears = 2000–2002
2003–2004
2004–2006
2007–
proteams = Mapei-Quick Step
Fasso Bortolo
Quick Step-Innergetic
Liquigas
majorwins = Tour de France, 2 stages
Tirreno-Adriatico (2003)
HEW Cyclassics (2005)
Milan-Sanremo (2006)
Omloop "Het Volk" (2007)
updated = July 13, 2007

Filippo Pozzato (born September 10, 1981 in Sandrigo, Veneto) is an Italian road racing cyclist with the Italian Liquigas professional cycling team.

Career

He turned professional in 2000 with the Mapei cycling team, part of the famous "classe di '81" a group of emerging young riders born in 1981 who were part of the Mapei TT3 development team. Other alumni include Fabian Cancellara and Bernhard Eisel, and Eastern Europeans Kolobnev and Gryschenko.

After Mapei ended its sponsorship in 2002 Pozzato joined Giancarlo Ferretti's Fassa Bortolo cycling team. Despite his win of Tirreno-Adriatico in 2003 and a stage win in the 2004 Tour de France, personality clashes with Ferretti meant that Pozzato suffered poor years with Fassa Bortolo in 2002-2004. During this period he was injured for some time and had to work for star sprinter Alessandro Petacchi at other times.

During the 2004 season he was chosen to be part of the winning Italian 2004 Olympics team in support of team leader Paolo Bettini. He re-established contact with several managers and directeurs sportif of Quick Step-Innergetic. The Quick Step-Innergetic team expressed interest and Pozzato was able to obtain a release for the 2005 ProTour season, joining several former Mapei riders already on the team, such as Paolo Bettini and Davide Bramati.

The 2005 ProTour season went better for Pozzato, with a win in the HEW Cyclassics in front of teammate Luca Paolini.

The 2006 season saw him win the first major classic of the year Milan-Sanremo after a superb ride which saw him first work for team leader Tom Boonen, but then was forced to launch his own winning attack in the finale.

For the 2007 season, Pippo joined the Liquigas squad, and began his season in style, winning the Tour du Haut Var the Omloop Het Volk and Stage 5 of the Tour de France.

Palmares

;1998: World U19 Road Race Championship - sica: World U19 Team Pursuit Championship - sica: World U19 Time Trial Championship - brca;1999: World U19 Team Pursuit Championship - brca;2002: Vuelta a Cuba, Overall and stage 11a: Giro del Lago Maggiore "GP Knorr": Tour de Normandie, Prologue and stages 2, 3 and 5: Tour du Lac Léman: Tour de Slovénie, stages 4 and 7: Ytong Bohemia Tour, Prologue: Tour de l'Avenir, stages 1 and 5: Duo Normand - time trial duo (with Evgeni Petrov);2003: Tirreno-Adriatico, Overall and stage 2: Trofeo Laigueglia: Trofeo dell'Etna: Trofeo Matteotti;2004: Giro della Liguria: Trofeo Laigueglia: Tour de France, stage 7;2005: HEW Cyclassics: Giro del Lazio: Deutschland-Tour, stage 2;2006: Milan-Sanremo: Tour of Britain, 3rd stage: Bradford - Sheffield;2007: Tour du Haut Var: Omloop "Het Volk": Trofeo Matteotti: Tour de France, stage 5: Tour de Pologne, stage 6: GP Industria & Commercio di Prato;2008: Giro della Provincia di Grosseto, stage 1 and overall: 2nd, 2008 Milan-Sanremo: 6th, 2008 Ronde van Vlaanderen

References

* [http://www.cyclingnews.com/riders/2004/interviews/?id=filippo_pozzato04 Cyclingnews.com interview, September 2004]

External links

* [http://www.pippopozzato.com/ Official website]

Persondata
NAME= Pozzato, Filippo
ALTERNATIVE NAMES=
SHORT DESCRIPTION=Road racing cyclist
DATE OF BIRTH= 1981-09-10
PLACE OF BIRTH=Sandrigo, Italy
DATE OF DEATH=
PLACE OF DEATH=


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