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Historic Overview Ivan Basso

Rider

Overall Rank110
NameIvan BASSO
Country
  Italy
Date of birth26-Nov-1977 - Gallarate (Lombardia)
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Biography

Ivan Basso

Ivan Basso (born 26 November 1977) is an Italian former professional road bicycle racer, who rode professionally between 1999 and 2015 for seven different teams. Basso, nicknamed Ivan the Terrible, was considered among the best mountain riders in the professional field in the early 21st century, and was considered one of the strongest stage race riders. He is a double winner of the Giro d'Italia, having won the race in 2006 for Team CSC and 2010 for Liquigas–Doimo.

In 2007, Basso admitted to planning the use of blood doping and was suspended for two years. His suspension ended on 24 October 2008, and he returned to racing two days later in the Japan Cup, where he placed a close third behind Damiano Cunego and Giovanni Visconti. He later returned to racing in his home tour, and in 2010, he won his second Giro d'Italia, winning two stages along the way.

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Badges

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Major Victories

Critérium International 2006
Danmark Rundt 2005
Giro dell'Emilia 2004
Giro del Trentino 2009
Giro d'Italia 2006, 2010
G.P. Città de Lugano 2011
Japan Cup 2012
World Championships Amateurs/U23 Road Race 1998
Circuit de la Sarthe-Pays de Loire - stages 2006 (1)
Critérium International - stages 2006 (1)
Danmark Rundt - stages 2005 (4)
Euskal Bizikleta - stages 2001 (1)
Giro d'Italia - stages 2005 (2), 2006 (3), 2010 (1)
Österreich-Rundfahrt - stages 2001 (1)
Tour de France - stages 2004 (1)
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Seasons

Ivan Basso - Scores by Season

Year Team Score Rank
1. 1997 Individual 5 1169
2. 1998 Asics - CGA 216 247
3. 1999 Riso Scotti - Vinavil 183 308
4. 2000 Amica Chips - Tacconi Sport 164 367
5. 2001 Fassa Bortolo 434 163
6. 2002 Fassa Bortolo 1170 32
7. 2003 Fassa Bortolo 1249 30
8. 2004 Team CSC 2461 7
9. 2005 Team CSC 2160 8
10. 2006 Team CSC 2430 5
11. 2007 Discovery Channel Pro Cycling Team 0 3911
12. 2008 Liquigas 10 1488
13. 2009 Liquigas 1674 13
14. 2010 Liquigas - Doimo 1727 14
15. 2011 Liquigas - Cannondale 1211 32
16. 2012 Liquigas - Cannondale 757 79
17. 2013 Cannondale Pro Cycling 521 128
18. 2014 Cannondale 330 304
19. 2015 Tinkoff - Saxo 287 314
Overall: 16989 110