Riccardo Riccò

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Riccardo Riccò (born 1 September 1983) is an Italian professional road bicycle racer, who is suspended from all competition until 2024. He was previously ejected from the 2008 Tour de France for doping violations and suspended. Riccò returned to competition in late 2010, but in February 2011 he was fired by his team, Vacansoleil–DCM, after he became seriously ill allegedly through a self-administered autologous blood transfusion. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Riccardo Riccò has received more than 80,709 page views. His biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 20 in 2019). Riccardo Riccò is the 415th most popular cyclist (down from 303rd in 2019), the 3,617th most popular biography from Italy (down from 2,898th in 2019) and the 68th most popular Italian Cyclist.

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Among cyclists, Riccardo Riccò ranks 415 out of 1,212Before him are Haimar Zubeldia, Xavier Tondo, Lars Michaelsen, Sergei Ivanov, Dainis Ozols, and Michael Rich. After him are Filippo Pozzato, Julien Absalon, Günter Haritz, Daniele Nardello, Laurent Dufaux, and Giuseppe Guerini.

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Among people born in 1983, Riccardo Riccò ranks 259Before him are Nicky Hilton Rothschild, Nick Diaz, Reeva Steenkamp, Anja Rubik, Nathaniel Buzolic, and Darío Conca. After him are Christian Chávez, Gabriel Tamaș, Roberta Vinci, Toni Elías, Cyril Théréau, and Tatyana Lysenko.

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In Italy

Among people born in Italy, Riccardo Riccò ranks 3,617 out of 4,088Before him are Gigi Galli (1973), Hachim Mastour (1998), Max Papis (1969), Elena Cattaneo (1962), Gabriella Dorio (1957), and Fedez (1989). After him are Filippo Pozzato (1981), Nicolò Zaniolo (1999), Roberta Vinci (1983), Daniele Nardello (1972), Federica Pellegrini (1988), and Andrea Poli (1989).

Among CYCLISTS In Italy

Among cyclists born in Italy, Riccardo Riccò ranks 68Before him are Fabio Baldato (1968), Franco Pellizotti (1978), Luca Paolini (1977), Fabio Aru (1990), Giovanni Lombardi (1969), and Alessandro Ballan (1979). After him are Filippo Pozzato (1981), Daniele Nardello (1972), Giuseppe Guerini (1970), Daniele Bennati (1980), Elia Viviani (1989), and Domenico Pozzovivo (1982).