Marco Marzano

1980 - Today

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Marco Marzano (born 10 June 1980 in Cuggiono, Milan) is an Italian former professional road bicycle racer, who competed as a professional between 2005 and 2012. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Marco Marzano has received more than 7,349 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Marco Marzano is the 927th most popular cyclist, the 3,978th most popular biography from Italy and the 127th most popular Italian Cyclist.

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Among cyclists, Marco Marzano ranks 927 out of 1,212Before him are Toms Skujiņš, Tom-Jelte Slagter, Teun Mulder, Ivan Santaromita, Grégory Baugé, and Patrice Halgand. After him are Dominique Cornu, Sébastien Rosseler, Stéphane Augé, Michael Turtur, Simona Krupeckaitė, and Niccolò Bonifazio.

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Among people born in 1980, Marco Marzano ranks 855Before him are Ryan Day, Paúl Ambrosi, Bill Demong, Olesya Zykina, Rikke Skov, and Masato Yamasaki. After him are Stephanie Jacobsen, Aivar Anniste, Lizz Wright, Steve Coast, Milagros Sequera, and Gareth Emery.

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In Italy

Among people born in Italy, Marco Marzano ranks 3,978 out of 4,088Before him are Luca Marin (1986), Luca Rossettini (1985), Luca Filippi (1985), Andrea Lazzari (1984), Ivan Santaromita (1984), and Nicola Leali (1993). After him are Simone Scuffet (1996), Flavio Cipolla (1983), Cristiano Del Grosso (1983), Matteo Paro (1983), Chiara Cainero (1978), and Niccolò Campriani (1987).

Among CYCLISTS In Italy

Among cyclists born in Italy, Marco Marzano ranks 127Before him are Manuele Boaro (1987), Giorgia Bronzini (1983), Francesco Chicchi (1980), Emanuele Sella (1981), Fausto Masnada (1993), and Ivan Santaromita (1984). After him are Niccolò Bonifazio (1993), Manuel Belletti (1985), Mattia Cattaneo (1990), Davide Cimolai (1989), Matteo Montaguti (1984), and Valerio Conti (1993).