Nino Borsari

1911 - 1996

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Nino Borsari (14 December 1911 – 31 March 1996) was an Italian cyclist who won a gold medal in the 4000 metres team pursuit event at the 1932 Summer Olympics. In 1934, Borsari traveled to Australia to compete in the Centenary 1000, one-week road bicycle race over seven stages covering 1,102 miles (1,773 km). The race was run in as part of the celebrations of the Centenary of Victoria. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Nino Borsari has received more than 17,796 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Nino Borsari is the 361st most popular cyclist (down from 302nd in 2019), the 4,214th most popular biography from Italy (down from 3,810th in 2019) and the 70th most popular Italian Cyclist.

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Among cyclists, Nino Borsari ranks 361 out of 1,613Before him are Franco Chioccioli, Jean-Paul van Poppel, Brian Holm, Giovanni Bramucci, Raimondas Rumšas, and Giovanni Pettenella. After him are Giuseppe Beghetto, Jens Voigt, Fernand Decanali, Etienne De Wilde, Remco Evenepoel, and Alan Geldard.

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Among people born in 1911, Nino Borsari ranks 380Before him are Ruth Ford, Josef Krejci, Tursunoy Saidazimova, Alf Martinsen, Sidney Wood, and Sybille Bedford. After him are Hugh Marlowe, Amelia Boynton Robinson, Harry Golombek, Mitch Miller, Foy Draper, and Jean Muir. Among people deceased in 1996, Nino Borsari ranks 330Before him are Sverre Sørsdal, Willi Heeks, Otto Licha, Ron Brown, Konstantin Loktev, and Barbara Jordan. After him are Jean Muir, Eddie Harris, Dunc Gray, Aldo Montano, Audrey Meadows, and Benny Brown.

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In Italy

Among people born in Italy, Nino Borsari ranks 4,214 out of 5,161Before him are Stefano Borgonovo (1964), Massimo Ficcadenti (1967), Simone Barone (1978), Mahmood (1992), Francesco Antonioli (1969), and Corrado Lorefice (1962). After him are Fabio Fognini (1987), Christian Maggio (1982), Andrea Dovizioso (1986), Antonio Siddi (1923), Francesco Bagnaia (1997), and Carla Marangoni (1915).

Among CYCLISTS In Italy

Among cyclists born in Italy, Nino Borsari ranks 70Before him are Michele Bartoli (1970), Michele Scarponi (1979), Andrea Tafi (1966), Franco Chioccioli (1959), Giovanni Bramucci (1946), and Giovanni Pettenella (1943). After him are Gianbattista Baronchelli (1953), Eros Poli (1963), Sergio Bianchetto (1939), Marco Giovannetti (1962), Alessandro Ballan (1979), and Danilo Di Luca (1976).