Historic Overview Andrea Peron

Rider

Overall Rank632
NameAndrea PERON
Country
  Italy
Date of birth14-Aug-1971 - Varese (Lombardia)
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Biography

Andrea Peron

Andrea Peron (born 14 August 1971) is an Italian former professional road bicycle racer. He competed in the team time trial at the 1992 Summer Olympics winning a silver medal. Peron turned professional in 1993, riding for team Gatorade. He is best remembered for leading the sombre peloton across the finish line in the neutralised Stage 16 of the 1995 Tour de France, the day after the death of his team- and roommate Fabio Casartelli in a fall.

He was a strong time trialist, with good results in the Italian championships, as well as a 5th place at the 1996 World Time-Trial Championships. From 2002 until his retirement in 2006, he was a domestique on Team CSC. In January 2010 he joined Garmin–Transitions as assistant general manager.

source - Wikipedia

Seasons

Andrea Peron - Scores by Season


YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1993 Gatorade 326 157
2. 1994 Team Polti - Vaporetto 521 95
3. 1995 Motorola 589 80
4. 1996 Motorola 1146 35
5. 1997 La Francaise des Jeux 323 163
6. 1998 La Francaise des Jeux 439 125
7. 1999 O.N.C.E. - Deutsche Bank 645 83
8. 2000 Fassa Bortolo 249 253
9. 2001 Fassa Bortolo 211 292
10. 2002 Team CSC - Tiscali 452 149
11. 2003 Team CSC 453 137
12. 2004 Team CSC 275 229
13. 2005 Team CSC 182 324
14. 2006 Team CSC 137 392
Overall: 5948 632