Angelo Fausto Coppi (15 September 1919 – 2 January 1960) was a dominant international cyclist before and after the Second World War. He was known as Il Campionissimo ("Champion of Champions"). Coppi was a strong climber as well as being an excellent time trialist and sprinter.
- General classification winner 5 times
- King of the mountains 3 times
- 22 stage wins
Tour de France
- General Classification winner 2 times
- King of the mountains wionner 2 times
- 9 stage wins
Numerous other races and 1953 World Champion
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