Historic Overview Pino Cerami

Rider

Overall Rank300
NamePino CERAMI
Country
  Belgium
Date of birth28-Apr-1922 - Misterbianco-Ita (Sicilia)
Date of death20-Sep-2014 - Gerpinnes (Hainaut)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Pino Cerami - Scores by Season


Seasons

YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1947 Peugeot 0 909
2. 1948 Peugeot 707 45
3. 1949 Peugeot 735 43
4. 1950 Peugeot 417 99
5. 1951 Peugeot 344 113
6. 1952 Peugeot 472 75
7. 1953 Peugeot 738 37
8. 1954 Peugeot 297 130
9. 1955 Elvé 196 212
10. 1956 Elvé 314 139
11. 1957 Elvé 787 40
12. 1958 Elvé 883 39
13. 1959 Peugeot 118 268
14. 1960 Peugeot 1189 19
15. 1961 Peugeot 445 96
16. 1962 Peugeot 571 80
17. 1963 Peugeot 565 76
Overall: 8778 300

Biography

Giuseppe "Pino" Cerami (28 April 1922 – 20 September 2014) was a Belgian road bicycle racer. He joined the professional peloton in 1946 as an independent. Born in Misterbianco, Sicily, Italy he was naturalised as a Belgian on 16 March 1956.

Cerami won the 1960 Paris–Roubaix Classic with Tino Sabbadini of France second and Miguel Poblet of Spain in third place. Cerami also won La Flèche Wallonne Classic in 1960. Cerami was 3rd in the 1960 World Championship Road Race behind Rik Van Looy of Belgium and Frenchman André Darrigade. At the 1963 Tour de France, Cerami won the 9th stage at 41 years old; Cerami is the oldest Tour de France stage winner ever.

Since 1964 the Grand Prix Pino Cerami professional cycling race has taken place every year in Belgium. Cerami died on 20 September 2014 after a long illness.

source - Wikipedia