Historic Overview Davide Rebellin

Rider

Overall Rank12
NameDavide REBELLIN
Country
  Italy
Date of birth09-Aug-1971 - San Bonifacio (Veneto)
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Davide Rebellin - Scores by Season


Seasons

YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1992 GB 163 281
2. 1993 GB - MG Magflicio 900 40
3. 1994 GB - MG Boys Magflicio - Technogym - Bianchi 977 36
4. 1995 MG Boys Maglificio - Technogym 1450 17
5. 1996 Team Polti 2303 7
6. 1997 Francaise des Jeux 1557 12
7. 1998 Polti 1453 14
8. 1999 Team Polti 1715 10
9. 2000 Liquigas - Pata 1868 9
10. 2001 Liquigas - Pata 2085 5
11. 2002 Gerolsteiner 1687 12
12. 2003 Gerolsteiner 1547 15
13. 2004 Gerolsteiner 2524 2
14. 2005 Gerolsteiner 1830 6
15. 2006 Gerolsteiner 1317 20
16. 2007 Gerolsteiner 2200 4
17. 2008 Gerolsteiner 2184 5
18. 2009 Serramenti PVC Diquigiovanni - Androni Giocattoli 786 60
19. 2011 Miche - Guerciotti 259 263
20. 2012 Meridiana Kamen Team 85 580
21. 2013 CCC Polsat Polkowice 298 221
22. 2014 CCC Polsat Polkowice 422 200
23. 2015 CCC Sprandi Polkowice 422 191
24. 2016 CCC Sprandi Polkowice 241 344
25. 2017 Kuwait - Cartucho.es 36 939
Overall: 30309 12

Biography

Davide Rebellin (born 9 August 1971 in San Bonifacio, province of Verona) is an Italian professional road bicycle racer, currently riding for Kuwait–Cartucho.es. He is considered one of the finest classics specialists of his generation with more than fifty top ten finishes in UCI Road World Cup and UCI ProTour classics.

Rebellin is best known in the cycling world for his 2004 season, when he won a then unprecedented treble with wins in Amstel Gold Race, La Flèche Wallonne and Liège–Bastogne–Liège. He has also won stage races such as Paris–Nice and Tirreno–Adriatico, and a stage in the Giro d'Italia.

Rebellin served a 2-year suspension for testing positive for Mircera at the 2008 Olympic Games.

source - Wikipedia