|1.||1909||Atala - Dunlop||64||175|
|06/11||Giro di Lombardia||1|
|05/11||Giro di Lombardia||2|
|5.||1913||Griffon - Continental||225||72|
|Tour de France|
|6.||1914||Griffon - Continental||0||304|
Giovanni Micheletto (Sacile, 21 January 1889 — Sacile, 29 September 1958) was an Italian professional road racing cyclist, nicknamed by fans "The Sacile Count" (from his native town in the province of Pordenone) and "Nanè". The highlight of his career was his overall win in the 1912 Giro d'Italia. He was also the first Italian cyclist to win a race in France, Paris-Menin in 1913.