Pro Cycling News / 14 July 2017

Michele Gazzara clinched the victory at the Middle Brenta Tour, an international UCI class 1.2 race.

The Sicilian triumphed at the Paduan classic for the second time since 2015. Totò won the Fighting Spirit Award and Gaffurini came in fourth.

A superb race for Sangemini Mg.Kvis Olmo Vega, which came after Gazzara’s third the previous week at the hillclimb from Gardone Val Trompia to Prati di Caregno in the Brescia area.

A great performance by the athlete and by the entire Sangemini Mg.Kvis Olmo Vega team, which offered a spectacular show, first with Paolo Totò’s long sprint and then with the splendid solo by Gazzara, taking control of the race with 30 km left to go, arriving alone at the finish, ahead of Ghebreigzabhier of Dimension Data and Garosio (Team Colpack).

Nicola Gaffurini rounded out the celebration by nabbing fourth place.

The Sangemini Mg.Kvis Olmo Vega staff enjoyed the splendid performance of its racers, thus achieving an important international success.