Athlete Sport cyclist

Vincent Vitetta

Quick Facts

IntroFrench cyclist
Is Athlete
Sport cyclist
From France
Type Sports
Gendermale
Birth 1 October 1925, Nice, France
Age95 years
Star signLibra

Biography

Vincent Vitetta (born 1 October 1925 in Nice, France) is a former French cyclist. Professional from 1951 to 1961, he was the winner of the Tour d’Algérie in 1952. He ended his career as an independent racer in 1961.

Major results

1952
Tour d’Algérie
2nd overall GP Algiers
9th overall Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré
1953
GP Côte d’Azur
2nd overall Circuit du Mont Blanc
2nd overall Genova-Nice
2nd overall GP Minaret – Bourg-en-Bresse
7th overall Grand Prix du Midi libre
1954
1st stage Grand Prix du Midi libre
8th overall Tour de France
7th overall GP Algiers
13th overall Milan–San Remo
1955
10th overall Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré
16th overall Tour de France
1956
3rd overall Grand Prix de Cannes
4th overall Marseille-Nice
1957
2nd overall Bourg-Geneva-Bourg
1960
2nd overall Trophy Nice-Matin
2nd overall Tour de la Côte d’Ivoire

Results at the Grand Tours[1]

Tour de France

  • 1951: 33rd
  • 1952: 20th
  • 1953: 59th
  • 1954: 8th
  • 1955: 16th
  • 1956: 53rd

Giro d’Italia

  • 1955: 74th