11th Giro d'Italia 1923 (Italy)

 
   
 

By Barry Boyce, CyclingRevealed Historian

 

 

A Girardengo Masterpiece

Constante Girardengo won 8 of the 10 stages but only narrowly defeated defending champion Giovanni Brunero for the 1923 Giro d'Italia victory.

Stage Winner

Race Leader

Stage 1 Milan-Torino, 328 km

Constante Girardengo (Ita)

Constante Girardengo (Ita)

Stage 2 Torino-Genova, 312 km

Bartolomeo Aimo (Ita)

Bartolomeo Aimo (Ita)

Stage 3 Genova-Firenze, 265 km

Constante Girardengo (Ita)

Bartolomeo Aimo (Ita)

Stage 4 Firenze-Rome, 288 km

Constante Girardengo (Ita)

Bartolomeo Aimo (Ita)

Stage 5 Rome-Napoli, 281 km

Constante Girardengo (Ita)

Bartolomeo Aimo (Ita)

Stage 6 Napoli-Chieti, 283 km

Constante Girardengo (Ita)

Constante Girardengo (Ita)

Stage 7 Chieti-Bologna, 383 km

Constante Girardengo (Ita)

Constante Girardengo (Ita)

Stage 8 Bologna-Trieste, 362 km

Constante Girardengo (Ita)

Constante Girardengo (Ita)

Stage 9 Trieste-Mantova, 357 km

Alfredo Sivocci (Ita)

Constante Girardengo (Ita)

Stage 10 Mantova-Milan, 341 km

Constante Girardengo (Ita)

Constante Girardengo (Ita)

 

GdI May 23-June 10, 1923
3,200 Km

1. Costante GIRARDENGO (Ita) 122h58'17"

2. Giovanni Brunero (Ita) +37"
3. Bartolomeo Aimo (Ita) +10'25"
Starters: 96
Finishers: 38
Average Speed: 25.895 km/h

 

 

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