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2022 Gran Premio Industria & Artigianato di Larciano, (1.Pro), Italy

44th edition: Sunday, March 27, 2022

GP Industria & Artigiano di Larciano podium history | 2021 edition | 2023 edition

Larciano - Larciano, 192.2 kilometers

Diego Ulissi emphatically wins in Larciano. Sirotti photo

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Weather at the start/finish city of Larciano, Pistoia at 2:05 PM, local time: 23C (73F), fair, with the wind from the southeast at 21 km/hr (13 mph). No rain is forecast.

The race: Here's the report from winner Diego Ulissi's UAE Team Emirates.

Diego Ulissi took the victory in the 44th edition of the GP Industria in Larciano (192km), marking his first triumph of the year on home soil.

The veteran played his tactics well, choosing the perfect moments to pounce for victory ahead of his compatriot Alessandro Fedeli (Italy), and third place Xando Meurisse (Alpecin-Fenix).

The win marks the 43rd win in the career of Ulissi and the 22nd of the season for UAE Team Emirates.

Diego Ulissi: “It feels amazing to take my first win of the season and to do it here in front of a home crowd is even more special. My teammates played a great role and really worked hard for me so hats off to them. We are working really well together in this group and the results are showing on the road. I’ll take a short break now and build up to the next block of racing. With really high motivation after the victory today.”

The podium, from left: Alessandro Fedelli (2nd), Diego Ulissi (1st) & Xandro Meurisse (3rd). Sirotti photo

On the final day of the Volta Catalunya in Spain, Joao Almeida cemented his 3rd place podium on a testing city circuit in Barcelona (138.6km).

After some aggressive riding by the young duo of Almeida and Ayuso, a small elite group came to the line where Italian Andrea Bagioli (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl) took the victory in a sprint.

Ayuso finished just behind in 4th place, ending his first World Tour stage race on a high-note.

Almeida’s podium is the result of a hard-fought week which saw highlights including a stage victory and a stint in the leaders jersey for the Portuguese, who is showing good form with the Giro d’Italia just around the corner.

Joao Almeida: “I’m really happy with how this week turned out. We rode well as a team, we won a stage and we were strong on the climbs and showed our power so I think we can be happy with the podium place . Of course we wanted the win but I think we can be pleased overall. Next week I’ll do the GP Indurain and then I’ll turn my focus to my main goal of the year for me, the Giro d’Italia.”


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Complete results:

192.2 kilometers raced at an average speed of 42.475 km/hr

1  Diego Ulissi UAE Team Emirates 4hr 31min 30sec
2  Alessandro Fedeli Nazionale Italia s.t.
3  Xandro Meurisse Alpecin-Fenix s.t.
4  Natnael Tesfazion Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli s.t.
5  Andrea Vendrame Nazionale Italia s.t.
6  Maxime Bouet Arkéa-Samsic s.t.
7  Tony Gallopin Trek-Segafredo s.t.
8  Antonio Tiberi Trek-Segafredo s.t.
9  Marc Hirschi UAE Team Emirates s.t.
10  Alessandro Verre Arkéa-Samsic s.t.
11  Erik Fetter EOLO-Kometa s.t.
12  Thomas Pesenti Beltrami-TSA Tre Colli s.t.
13  Vincenzo Nibali Astana Qazaqstan s.t.
14  Nicolas Edet Arkéa-Samsic @ 8sec
15  Luc Wirtgen Bingoal-Pauwels Sauces 1:12
16  Martin López Astana Qazaqstan 1:25
17  Gianluca Brambilla Trek-Segafredo s.t.
18  Paul Double MG.K vis VPM 1:31
19  Carlos Garcia Equipo Kern Pharma 1:36
20  Edward Ravasi EOLO-Kometa 2:13
21  Cristian Scaroni Nazionale Italia 2:48
22  Kyle Murphy Human Powered Health s.t.
23  Ivan Cobo Equipo Kern Pharma 2:49
24  Sergio Garcia EOLO-Kometa 2:51
25  Alexander Cepeda Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli 2:58
26  Gavin Mannion Human Powered Health 4:08
27  Nicola Conci Nazionale Italia 6:18
28  Chad Haga Human Powered Health 7:43
29  Floris De Tier Alpecin-Fenix 7:47
30  Juan Lopez Astana Qazaqstan s.t.
31  Andrea Garosio Biesse-Carrera s.t.
32  Simon Guglielmi Arkéa-Samsic 9:57
33  Stefano Gandin Team Corratec 10:03
34  Benjamin King Human Powered Health s.t.
35  Patrick Gamper BORA-hansgrohe s.t.
36  Raul Colombo Work Service-Vitalcare-Dynatek s.t.
37  Edoardo Zardini Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli s.t.
38  Filippo Baroncini Trek-Segafredo s.t.
39  Alessandro Monaco Giotti Victoria-Savini Due s.t.
40  Alex Jaime Equipo Kern Pharma s.t.
41  Max Stedman MG.K vis VPM s.t.
42  Brandon Rojas Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli s.t.
43  Dayer Quintana Arkéa-Samsic s.t.
44  Nurbergen Nurlykhassym Astana Qazaqstan 10:07
45  Samuele Rivi EOLO-Kometa 10:10
46  Michael Zecchin General Store-Essegibi s.t.
47  Gil Gelders Bingoal-Pauwels Sauces 10:33
48  Oscar Riesebeek Alpecin-Fenix 10:39
49  Andrea Piras Beltrami-TSA Tre Colli s.t.
50  Riccardo Ciuccarelli Biesse-Carrera s.t.
51  Vojtech Repa Equipo Kern Pharma s.t.
52  Ivan Moreno Equipo Kern Pharma s.t.
53  Martí Marquez Equipo Kern Pharma s.t.
54  Jimmy Janssens Alpecin-Fenix 11:25

 


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