Historic Overview Marino Basso

Rider

Overall Rank185
NameMarino BASSO
Country
  Italy
Date of birth01-Jun-1945 - Caldogno (Veneto)
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Biography

Marino Basso

Marino Basso (born 1 June 1945) is an Italian former professional road racing cyclist, considered one of the best sprinters of his generation. He won the World Cycling Championship in 1972.

Basso was born at Rettorgole di Caldogno, in the Veneto. He was one of the main sprinters of the 1970s, often duelling with Belgians Patrick Sercu, Guido Reybroeck and Roger de Vlaeminck, and fellow Italian Dino Zandegù.

Basso won a total of 15 stages at the Giro d'Italia, 6 at the Tour de France and 6 at the Vuelta a España. He was Giro d'Italia's points classification winner in 1971 and the Italian national champion in 1972.

He is not related to Italian cyclist Ivan Basso, but his brother Alcide founded Basso Bikes.

After his professional career, Basso became a manager at a number of teams including Preti Mangimi.

source - Wikipedia

Badges

6 15 6 3 5 45

Major Victories

World Championships Road Race 1972
Tre Valli Varesine 1969
Giro del Piemonte 1969
Genova - Nizza 1973
G.P. Bruno Beghelli / Milano - Vignola 1968, 1971, 1973
Coppa Placci 1977
Grosser Preis des Kantons Aargau - Gippingen 1973
Trofeo Matteotti 1969
Tour de France - stages 1967 (2), 1969 (1), 1970 (3)
Giro d'Italia - stages 1966 (1), 1968 (1), 1969 (4), 1970 (2), 1971 (3), 1972 (1), 1973 (1), 1974 (1), 1977 (1)
Vuelta a España - stages 1975 (6)
Paris - Nice - stages 1969 (1)
Tirreno - Adriatico - stages 1973 (2)
Vuelta al Pais Vasco - stages 1976 (2)
Volta Ciclista a Catalunya - stages 1976 (1)
Paris - Luxembourg - stages 1970 (1)
Tour de Luxembourg - stages 1970 (1)
More results

Seasons

Marino Basso - Scores by Season


Year Team Score Rank
1. 1966 Mainetti 317 153
2. 1967 Mainetti 987 33
3. 1968 Molteni 1254 20
4. 1969 Molteni 1933 11
5. 1970 Molteni 1789 16
6. 1971 Molteni 1506 18
7. 1972 Salvarani 1614 19
8. 1973 Bianchi - Campagnolo 867 56
9. 1974 Bianchi - Campagnolo 622 75
10. 1975 Magniflex 710 55
11. 1976 Furzi - Vibor 398 121
12. 1977 Selle Royal - Contour - Alan 439 109
13. 1978 Gis Gelati 267 173
Overall: 12703 185