List of teams and cyclists in the 2015 Giro d'Italia

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Alberto Contador, winner of the 2015 Giro d'Italia, wearing the leader's pink jersey.
Map showing the number of riders from each nation in the 2015 Giro d'Italia
The number of riders per nation participated in the 2015 Giro d'Italia:
  20+
  10–19
  2–9
  1

The 2015 Giro d'Italia was the first of cycling's Grand Tours to take place in the 2015 road cycling season. It was the 98th edition of the Giro d'Italia. The race started on 9 May in San Lorenzo al Mare and ended on 31 May in Milan. Although it took place principally in Italy, the route also led the riders into Switzerland.[1]

The 17 UCI WorldTeams were automatically invited and obliged to attend the race. In October 2014, five UCI Professional Continental teams were awarded wildcard places in the race by RCS Sport, the organisers of the Giro, to complete the 22-team peloton.[2] As there were nine men in each team, the initial startlist consisted of 198 riders. However, as LottoNL–Jumbo's George Bennett was forced to withdraw before the race start due to a blood test that revealed a low level of cortisol,[3] only 197 riders started the first stage.[4] These came from 36 countries; more than a quarter of the peloton (59 riders) were Italian, while no other nation had more than 15 riders participating in the race.[5]

The final stage in Milan was completed by 163 riders, with 34 failing to finish the race. The race was won by Alberto Contador (riding for the Tinkoff–Saxo team).[6] Contador wore the general classification leader's pink jersey for the first time on stage 5, the race's first summit finish.[7] He maintained the lead for several days, despite injuring his shoulder in a crash on stage 6.[8] Contador lost the lead to Fabio Aru (Astana) on stage 13 after being held up in another crash,[9] but regained it the following day, when he beat his rivals by several minutes in the race's only individual time trial.[10] Despite coming under pressure from Aru and his teammate Mikel Landa in the final week of racing, Contador preserved his lead to the end of the Giro.[11] Aru finished second, nearly two minutes behind Contador, and won the young rider classification; Landa completed the podium, more than a minute behind Aru.[6] The points classification was won by Giacomo Nizzolo (Trek Factory Racing), while the mountains classification was won by Giovanni Visconti (Movistar Team). Astana won both team classifications.[12]

Teams

All 17 UCI WorldTeams were automatically invited and were obliged to attend the race.[13] As the winners of the 2014 Coppa Italia rankings for Italian teams, Southeast Pro Cycling – who competed as Neri Sottoli in 2014 – were provisionally invited to the race in October 2014.[14] In January 2015, their entry was officially confirmed with the announcement of the five wildcard places,[15] which completed the 22-team peloton. The other wildcard places were awarded to the Androni Giocattoli–Sidermec, Bardiani–CSF, CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice and Nippo–Vini Fantini squads.[16]

The 22 teams that competed in the race were:

UCI WorldTeams
UCI Professional Continental teams

Cyclists

Legend
No. Starting number worn by the rider during the Giro
Pos. Position in the general classification
Time Deficit to the winner of the general classification
dagger Denotes riders born on or after 1 January 1990 eligible for the young rider classification
A pink jersey, designating the winner of the young rider classification Denotes the winner of the general classification
A green jersey, designating the winner of the points classification Denotes the winner of the points classification
A blue jersey, designating the winner of the mountains classification Denotes the winner of the mountains classification
A white jersey, designating the winner of the young rider classification Denotes the winner of the young rider classification (eligibility indicated by dagger)
HD Denotes a rider who failed to finish within the time limit, followed by the stage in which this occurred
DNS Denotes a rider who did not start, followed by the stage before which he withdrew
DNF Denotes a rider who did not finish, followed by the stage in which he withdrew
Age correct as of 9 May 2015, the date on which the Giro began

By starting number

No. Name Nationality Team Age Pos. Time Ref.
1 Domenico Pozzovivo  Italy AG2R La Mondiale 32 DNF-3 [17][18]
2 Julien Bérard  France AG2R La Mondiale 27 105 + 4h 42' 01" [19]
3 Carlos Betancur  Colombia AG2R La Mondiale 25 20 + 1h 17' 27" [20]
4 Axel Domont Young rider  France AG2R La Mondiale 24 75 + 3h 40' 42" [21]
5 Hubert Dupont  France AG2R La Mondiale 34 42 + 2h 44' 08" [22]
6 Patrick Gretsch  Germany AG2R La Mondiale 28 94 + 4h 25' 13" [23]
7 Hugo Houle Young rider  Canada AG2R La Mondiale 24 113 + 4h 54' 57" [24]
8 Matteo Montaguti  Italy AG2R La Mondiale 31 54 + 3h 01' 35" [25]
9 Rinaldo Nocentini  Italy AG2R La Mondiale 37 73 + 3h 36' 24" [26]
11 Franco Pellizotti  Italy Androni Giocattoli–Sidermec 37 24 + 1h 30' 49" [27]
12 Davide Appollonio  Italy Androni Giocattoli–Sidermec 25 123 + 5h 11' 20" [28]
13 Marco Bandiera  Italy Androni Giocattoli–Sidermec 30 155 + 6h 06' 50" [29]
14 Tiziano Dall'Antonia  Italy Androni Giocattoli–Sidermec 31 HD-5 [30][31]
15 Marco Frapporti  Italy Androni Giocattoli–Sidermec 30 98 + 4h 33' 17" [32]
16 Oscar Gatto  Italy Androni Giocattoli–Sidermec 30 DNS-15 [33][34]
17 Simone Stortoni  Italy Androni Giocattoli–Sidermec 29 50 + 2h 51' 48" [35]
18 Serghei Țvetcov  Romania Androni Giocattoli–Sidermec 26 139 + 5h 35' 03" [36]
19 Gianfranco Zilioli Young rider  Italy Androni Giocattoli–Sidermec 25 71 + 3h 34' 29" [37]
21 Fabio Aru Young rider A white jersey, designating the winner of the young rider classification  Italy Astana 24 2 + 1' 53" [38]
22 Dario Cataldo  Italy Astana 30 25 + 1h 35' 24" [39]
23 Tanel Kangert  Estonia Astana 28 13 + 28' 05" [40]
24 Mikel Landa  Spain Astana 25 3 + 3' 05" [41]
25 Davide Malacarne  Italy Astana 27 85 + 4h 04' 18" [42]
26 Diego Rosa  Italy Astana 26 23 + 1h 24' 57" [43]
27 Luis León Sánchez  Spain Astana 31 35 + 2h 17' 30" [44]
28 Paolo Tiralongo  Italy Astana 37 19 + 1h 03' 38" [45]
29 Andrey Zeits  Kazakhstan Astana 28 59 + 3h 09' 32" [46]
31 Francesco Manuel Bongiorno Young rider  Italy Bardiani–CSF 24 60 + 3h 12' 36" [47]
32 Enrico Barbin Young rider  Italy Bardiani–CSF 25 DNF-17 [48][49]
33 Enrico Battaglin  Italy Bardiani–CSF 25 DNF-19 [50][51]
34 Nicola Boem  Italy Bardiani–CSF 25 159 + 6h 10' 26" [52]
35 Luca Chirico Young rider  Italy Bardiani–CSF 22 88 + 4h 16' 30" [53]
36 Sonny Colbrelli Young rider  Italy Bardiani–CSF 24 100 + 4h 34' 27" [54]
37 Stefano Pirazzi  Italy Bardiani–CSF 28 22 + 1h 21' 38" [55]
38 Nicola Ruffoni Young rider  Italy Bardiani–CSF 24 DNF-15 [56][57]
39 Edoardo Zardini  Italy Bardiani–CSF 25 82 + 4h 00' 50" [58]
41 Philippe Gilbert  Belgium BMC Racing Team 32 39 + 2h 30' 21" [59]
42 Darwin Atapuma  Colombia BMC Racing Team 27 16 + 40' 36" [60]
43 Brent Bookwalter  United States BMC Racing Team 31 66 + 3h 21' 47" [61]
44 Marcus Burghardt  Germany BMC Racing Team 31 70 + 3h 33' 49" [62]
45 Damiano Caruso  Italy BMC Racing Team 27 8 + 12' 08" [63]
46 Silvan Dillier Young rider   Switzerland BMC Racing Team 24 52 + 2h 53' 04" [64]
47 Stefan Küng Young rider   Switzerland BMC Racing Team 21 DNF-12 [65][66]
48 Amaël Moinard  France BMC Racing Team 33 15 + 30' 35" [67]
49 Rick Zabel Young rider  Germany BMC Racing Team 21 142 + 5h 42' 25" [68]
51 Maciej Paterski  Poland CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice 28 79 + 3h 58' 14" [69]
52 Grega Bole  Slovenia CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice 29 61 + 3h 15' 43" [70]
53 Jarosław Marycz  Poland CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice 28 DNF-12 [65][71]
54 Bartłomiej Matysiak  Poland CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice 30 140 + 5h 37' 55" [72]
55 Nikolay Mihaylov  Bulgaria CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice 27 129 + 5h 20' 57" [73]
56 Łukasz Owsian Young rider  Poland CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice 25 118 + 5h 04' 07" [74]
57 Marek Rutkiewicz  Poland CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice 34 81 + 4h 00' 37" [75]
58 Branislau Samoilau  Belarus CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice 29 48 + 2h 49' 01" [76]
59 Sylwester Szmyd  Poland CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice 37 45 + 2h 45' 21" [77]
61 Rigoberto Urán  Colombia Etixx–Quick-Step 28 14 + 28' 26" [78]
62 Tom Boonen  Belgium Etixx–Quick-Step 34 DNS-14 [79][80]
63 Maxime Bouet  France Etixx–Quick-Step 28 47 + 2h 48' 49" [81]
64 David de la Cruz  Spain Etixx–Quick-Step 26 34 + 2h 15' 27" [82]
65 Iljo Keisse  Belgium Etixx–Quick-Step 32 145 + 5h 46' 04" [83]
66 Gianni Meersman  Belgium Etixx–Quick-Step 29 DNF-4 [84][85]
67 Fabio Sabatini  Italy Etixx–Quick-Step 30 110 + 4h 52' 39" [86]
68 Pieter Serry  Belgium Etixx–Quick-Step 26 DNF-2 [87][88]
69 Petr Vakoč Young rider  Czech Republic Etixx–Quick-Step 22 116 + 5h 01' 14" [89]
71 Alexandre Geniez  France FDJ 27 9 + 15' 51" [90]
72 Arnaud Courteille  France FDJ 26 124 + 5h 12' 26" [91]
73 Kenny Elissonde Young rider  France FDJ 23 46 + 2h 46' 57" [92]
74 Murilo Fischer  Brazil FDJ 35 130 + 5h 23' 37" [93]
75 Francis Mourey  France FDJ 34 43 + 2h 44' 29" [94]
76 Cédric Pineau  France FDJ 30 121 + 5h 10' 03" [95]
77 Kévin Reza  France FDJ 26 103 + 4h 37' 05" [96]
78 Anthony Roux  France FDJ 28 87 + 4h 14' 22" [97]
79 Jussi Veikkanen  Finland FDJ 34 147 + 5h 48' 41" [98]
81 Sylvain Chavanel  France IAM Cycling 35 36 + 2h 22' 52" [99]
82 Clément Chevrier Young rider  France IAM Cycling 22 69 + 3h 31' 24" [100]
83 Stef Clement  Netherlands IAM Cycling 32 DNF-15 [56][101]
84 Heinrich Haussler  Australia IAM Cycling 31 107 + 4h 43' 01" [102]
85 Roger Kluge  Germany IAM Cycling 29 162 + 6h 33' 40" [103]
86 Matteo Pelucchi  Italy IAM Cycling 26 DNF-10 [104][105]
87 Jérôme Pineau  France IAM Cycling 35 DNF-18 [106][107]
88 Sébastien Reichenbach   Switzerland IAM Cycling 25 DNF-16 [108][109]
89 Aleksejs Saramotins  Latvia IAM Cycling 33 161 + 6h 22' 00" [110]
91 Diego Ulissi  Italy Lampre–Merida 25 64 + 3h 20' 48" [111]
92 Roberto Ferrari  Italy Lampre–Merida 32 133 + 5h 26' 53" [112]
93 Tsgabu Grmay Young rider  Ethiopia Lampre–Merida 23 91 + 4h 20' 33" [113]
94 Sacha Modolo  Italy Lampre–Merida 27 126 + 5h 16' 43" [114]
95 Manuele Mori  Italy Lampre–Merida 34 80 + 3h 59' 30" [115]
96 Przemysław Niemiec  Poland Lampre–Merida 35 40 + 2h 39' 20" [116]
97 Jan Polanc Young rider  Slovenia Lampre–Merida 23 53 + 2h 55' 08" [117]
98 Maximiliano Richeze  Argentina Lampre–Merida 32 127 + 5h 16' 51" [118]
99 Xu Gang  China Lampre–Merida 31 DNF-16 [108][119]
100 Jurgen Van den Broeck  Belgium Lotto–Soudal 32 12 + 25' 12" [120]
101 Sander Armée  Belgium Lotto–Soudal 29 65 + 3h 21' 35" [121]
102 Lars Bak  Denmark Lotto–Soudal 35 90 + 4h 20' 23" [122]
103 Stig Broeckx Young rider  Belgium Lotto–Soudal 24 DNF-18 [123][124]
104 André Greipel  Germany Lotto–Soudal 32 DNS-14 [79][125]
105 Adam Hansen  Australia Lotto–Soudal 33 77 + 3h 49' 51" [126]
106 Greg Henderson  New Zealand Lotto–Soudal 38 DNS-14 [79][127]
107 Maxime Monfort  Belgium Lotto–Soudal 32 11 + 17' 51" [128]
109 Louis Vervaeke Young rider  Belgium Lotto–Soudal 21 DNF-16 [108][129]
111 Beñat Intxausti  Spain Movistar Team 29 29 + 1h 49' 22" [130]
112 Andrey Amador  Costa Rica Movistar Team 28 4 + 8' 10" [131]
113 Igor Antón  Spain Movistar Team 32 38 + 2h 27' 19" [132]
114 Rubén Fernández Young rider  Spain Movistar Team 24 62 + 3h 18' 16" [133]
115 Jesús Herrada Young rider  Spain Movistar Team 24 74 + 3h 40' 04" [134]
116 Jon Izagirre  Spain Movistar Team 26 27 + 1h 46' 30" [135]
117 Juan José Lobato  Spain Movistar Team 26 DNF-18 [123][136]
118 Dayer Quintana Young rider  Colombia Movistar Team 22 93 + 4h 21' 18" [137]
119 Giovanni Visconti A blue jersey, designating the winner of the mountains classification  Italy Movistar Team 32 18 + 50' 32" [138]
121 Damiano Cunego  Italy Nippo–Vini Fantini 33 DNF-18 [139][140]
122 Giacomo Berlato Young rider  Italy Nippo–Vini Fantini 23 101 + 4h 35' 09" [141]
123 Alessandro Bisolti  Italy Nippo–Vini Fantini 30 49 + 2h 51' 45" [142]
124 Daniele Colli  Italy Nippo–Vini Fantini 33 DNF-6 [143][144]
125 Pierpaolo De Negri  Italy Nippo–Vini Fantini 28 108 + 4h 46' 51" [145]
126 Eduard-Michael Grosu Young rider  Romania Nippo–Vini Fantini 22 150 + 5h 54' 43" [146]
127 Manabu Ishibashi Young rider  Japan Nippo–Vini Fantini 22 DNF-9 [147][148]
128 Alessandro Malaguti  Italy Nippo–Vini Fantini 27 154 + 6h 03' 41" [149]
129 Riccardo Stacchiotti Young rider  Italy Nippo–Vini Fantini 23 152 + 5h 59' 25" [150]
131 Michael Matthews Young rider  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 24 DNS-14 [79][151]
132 Sam Bewley  New Zealand Orica–GreenEDGE 27 122 + 5h 10' 21" [152]
133 Esteban Chaves Young rider  Colombia Orica–GreenEDGE 25 55 + 3h 01' 37" [153]
134 Simon Clarke  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 28 63 + 3h 20' 33" [154]
135 Luke Durbridge Young rider  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 24 109 + 4h 50' 24" [155]
136 Simon Gerrans  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 34 DNS-13 [156][157]
137 Michael Hepburn Young rider  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 23 160 + 6h 13' 16" [158]
138 Brett Lancaster  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 35 128 + 5h 18' 55" [159]
139 Pieter Weening  Netherlands Orica–GreenEDGE 34 92 + 4h 20' 38" [160]
141 Manuel Belletti  Italy Southeast Pro Cycling 29 DNF-12 [65][161]
142 Matteo Busato  Italy Southeast Pro Cycling 27 106 + 4h 42' 22" [162]
143 Ramón Carretero Young rider  Panama Southeast Pro Cycling 24 DNF-2 [163][164]
144 Elia Favilli  Italy Southeast Pro Cycling 26 104 + 4h 40' 04" [165]
145 Mauro Finetto  Italy Southeast Pro Cycling 29 57 + 3h 05' 25" [166]
146 Francesco Gavazzi  Italy Southeast Pro Cycling 30 58 + 3h 06' 40" [167]
147 Jonathan Monsalve  Venezuela Southeast Pro Cycling 25 30 + 1h 50' 19" [168]
148 Alessandro Petacchi  Italy Southeast Pro Cycling 41 DNF-20 [169][170]
149 Eugert Zhupa Young rider  Albania Southeast Pro Cycling 25 157 + 6h 10' 11" [171]
151 Ryder Hesjedal  Canada Cannondale–Garmin 34 5 + 9' 52" [172]
152 Janier Acevedo  Colombia Cannondale–Garmin 29 120 + 5h 09' 07" [173]
153 Nate Brown Young rider  United States Cannondale–Garmin 23 67 + 3h 23' 43" [174]
154 André Cardoso  Portugal Cannondale–Garmin 30 21 + 1h 19' 27" [175]
155 Tom Danielson  United States Cannondale–Garmin 37 DNF-15 [56][176]
156 Davide Formolo Young rider  Italy Cannondale–Garmin 22 31 + 1h 53' 39" [177]
157 Alan Marangoni  Italy Cannondale–Garmin 30 131 + 5h 24' 22" [178]
158 Tom-Jelte Slagter  Netherlands Cannondale–Garmin 25 76 + 3h 43' 59" [179]
159 Davide Villella Young rider  Italy Cannondale–Garmin 23 78 + 3h 57' 09" [180]
161 Luka Mezgec  Slovenia Team Giant–Alpecin 26 138 + 5h 34' 36" [181]
162 Nikias Arndt Young rider  Germany Team Giant–Alpecin 23 148 + 5h 53' 20" [182]
163 Bert De Backer  Belgium Team Giant–Alpecin 31 158 + 6h 10' 15" [183]
164 Caleb Fairly  United States Team Giant–Alpecin 28 134 + 5h 27' 03" [184]
165 Simon Geschke  Germany Team Giant–Alpecin 29 89 + 4h 16' 52" [185]
166 Chad Haga  United States Team Giant–Alpecin 26 99 + 4h 34' 18" [186]
167 Ji Cheng  China Team Giant–Alpecin 27 156 + 6h 09' 33" [187]
168 Tobias Ludvigsson Young rider  Sweden Team Giant–Alpecin 24 83 + 4h 02' 19" [188]
169 Tom Stamsnijder  Netherlands Team Giant–Alpecin 29 153 + 6h 00' 08" [189]
171 Luca Paolini  Italy Team Katusha 38 111 + 4h 54' 31" [190]
172 Maxim Belkov  Russia Team Katusha 30 102 + 4h 35' 43" [191]
173 Sergey Chernetskiy Young rider  Russia Team Katusha 25 114 + 5h 00' 19" [192]
174 Sergey Lagutin  Russia Team Katusha 34 72 + 3h 36' 11" [193]
175 Alexander Porsev  Russia Team Katusha 29 132 + 5h 26' 12" [194]
176 Pavel Kochetkov  Russia Team Katusha 29 37 + 2h 23' 10" [195]
177 Yuri Trofimov  Russia Team Katusha 31 10 + 16' 14" [196]
178 Anton Vorobyev Young rider  Russia Team Katusha 24 DNS-3 [197][198]
179 Ilnur Zakarin  Russia Team Katusha 25 44 + 2h 45' 10" [199]
181 Steven Kruijswijk  Netherlands LottoNL–Jumbo 27 7 + 10' 53" [200]
182 George Bennett Young rider  New Zealand LottoNL–Jumbo 25 DNS-1 [201][202]
183 Rick Flens  Netherlands LottoNL–Jumbo 32 144 + 5h 45' 15" [203]
184 Moreno Hofland Young rider  Netherlands LottoNL–Jumbo 23 136 + 5h 32' 46" [204]
185 Martijn Keizer  Netherlands LottoNL–Jumbo 27 56 + 3h 02' 04" [205]
186 Bert-Jan Lindeman  Netherlands LottoNL–Jumbo 25 95 + 4h 26' 02" [206]
187 Maarten Tjallingii  Netherlands LottoNL–Jumbo 37 119 + 5h 07' 22" [207]
188 Nick van der Lijke Young rider  Netherlands LottoNL–Jumbo 23 86 + 4h 06' 57" [208]
189 Robert Wagner  Germany LottoNL–Jumbo 32 DNF-4 [84][209]
191 Richie Porte  Australia Team Sky 30 DNS-16 [210][211]
192 Bernhard Eisel  Austria Team Sky 34 143 + 5h 42' 37" [212]
193 Sebastián Henao Young rider  Colombia Team Sky 21 41 + 2h 39' 28" [213]
194 Vasil Kiryienka  Belarus Team Sky 33 84 + 4h 03' 27" [214]
195 Leopold König  Czech Republic Team Sky 27 6 + 10' 41" [215]
196 Mikel Nieve  Spain Team Sky 30 17 + 48' 24" [216]
197 Salvatore Puccio  Italy Team Sky 25 68 + 3h 30' 11" [217]
198 Kanstantsin Sivtsov  Belarus Team Sky 32 26 + 1h 45' 52" [218]
199 Elia Viviani  Italy Team Sky 26 125 + 5h 14' 35" [219]
201 Alberto Contador A pink jersey, designating the winner of the general classification  Spain Tinkoff–Saxo 32 1 88h 22' 25" [220]
202 Ivan Basso  Italy Tinkoff–Saxo 37 51 + 2h 52' 16" [221]
203 Manuele Boaro  Italy Tinkoff–Saxo 28 96 + 4h 26' 32" [222]
204 Christopher Juul-Jensen  Denmark Tinkoff–Saxo 25 135 + 5h 30' 09" [223]
205 Roman Kreuziger  Czech Republic Tinkoff–Saxo 29 28 + 1h 47' 03" [224]
206 Sérgio Paulinho  Portugal Tinkoff–Saxo 35 97 + 4h 32' 23" [225]
207 Michael Rogers  Australia Tinkoff–Saxo 35 33 + 2h 11' 06" [226]
208 Ivan Rovny  Russia Tinkoff–Saxo 27 115 + 5h 00' 44" [227]
209 Matteo Tosatto  Italy Tinkoff–Saxo 40 112 + 4h 54' 45" [228]
211 Giacomo Nizzolo A red jersey, designating the winner of the points classification  Italy Trek Factory Racing 26 137 + 5h 33' 26" [229]
212 Eugenio Alafaci Young rider  Italy Trek Factory Racing 24 141 + 5h 38' 12" [230]
213 Fumiyuki Beppu  Japan Trek Factory Racing 32 117 + 5h 02' 43" [231]
214 Marco Coledan  Italy Trek Factory Racing 26 163 + 6h 40' 13" [232]
215 Fabio Felline Young rider  Italy Trek Factory Racing 25 32 + 1h 55' 57" [233]
216 Fábio Silvestre Young rider  Portugal Trek Factory Racing 25 149 + 5h 54' 39" [234]
217 Boy van Poppel  Netherlands Trek Factory Racing 27 146 + 5h 48' 23" [235]
218 Kristof Vandewalle  Belgium Trek Factory Racing 30 DNS-15 [33][236]
219 Calvin Watson Young rider  Australia Trek Factory Racing 22 151 + 5h 56' 12" [237]

By team

AG2R La Mondiale (ALM)
No. Rider Pos.
1  Domenico Pozzovivo (ITA) DNF-3
2  Julien Bérard (FRA) 105
3  Carlos Betancur (COL) 20
4  Axel Domont (FRA) Young rider 75
5  Hubert Dupont (FRA) 42
6  Patrick Gretsch (DEU) 94
7  Hugo Houle (CAN) Young rider 113
8  Matteo Montaguti (ITA) 54
9  Rinaldo Nocentini (ITA) 73
Androni Giocattoli–Sidermec (AND)
No. Rider Pos.
11  Franco Pellizotti (ITA) 24
12  Davide Appollonio (ITA) 123
13  Marco Bandiera (ITA) 155
14  Tiziano Dall'Antonia (ITA) HD-5
15  Marco Frapporti (ITA) 98
16  Oscar Gatto (ITA) DNS-15
17  Simone Stortoni (ITA) 50
18  Serghei Țvetcov (ROU) 139
19  Gianfranco Zilioli (ITA) Young rider 71
Astana (AST)
No. Rider Pos.
21  Fabio Aru (ITA) Young rider A white jersey, designating the winner of the young rider classification 2
22  Dario Cataldo (ITA) 25
23  Tanel Kangert (EST) 13
24  Mikel Landa (ESP) 3
25  Davide Malacarne (ITA) 85
26  Diego Rosa (ITA) 23
27  Luis León Sánchez (ESP) 35
28  Paolo Tiralongo (ITA) 19
29  Andrey Zeits (KAZ) 59
Bardiani–CSF (CSF)
No. Rider Pos.
31  Francesco Manuel Bongiorno (ITA) Young rider 60
32  Enrico Barbin (ITA) Young rider DNF-17
33  Enrico Battaglin (ITA) DNF-19
34  Nicola Boem (ITA) 159
35  Luca Chirico (ITA) Young rider 88
36  Sonny Colbrelli (ITA) Young rider 100
37  Stefano Pirazzi (ITA) 22
38  Nicola Ruffoni (ITA) Young rider DNF-15
39  Edoardo Zardini (ITA) 82
BMC Racing Team (BMC)
No. Rider Pos.
41  Philippe Gilbert (BEL) 39
42  Darwin Atapuma (COL) 16
43  Brent Bookwalter (USA) 66
44  Marcus Burghardt (DEU) 70
45  Damiano Caruso (ITA) 8
46  Silvan Dillier (SUI) Young rider 52
47  Stefan Küng (SUI) Young rider DNF-12
48  Amaël Moinard (FRA) 15
49  Rick Zabel (DEU) Young rider 142
CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice (CCC)
No. Rider Pos.
51  Maciej Paterski (POL) 79
52  Grega Bole (SLO) 61
53  Jarosław Marycz (POL) DNF-12
54  Bartłomiej Matysiak (POL) 140
55  Nikolay Mihaylov (BUL) 129
56  Łukasz Owsian (POL) Young rider 118
57  Marek Rutkiewicz (POL) 81
58  Branislau Samoilau (BLR) 48
59  Sylwester Szmyd (POL) 45
Etixx–Quick-Step (OPQ)
No. Rider Pos.
61  Rigoberto Urán (COL) 14
62  Tom Boonen (BEL) DNS-14
63  Maxime Bouet (FRA) 47
64  David de la Cruz (ESP) 34
65  Iljo Keisse (BEL) 145
66  Gianni Meersman (BEL) DNF-4
67  Fabio Sabatini (ITA) 110
68  Pieter Serry (BEL) DNF-2
69  Petr Vakoč (CZE) Young rider 116
FDJ (FDJ)
No. Rider Pos.
71  Alexandre Geniez (FRA) 9
72  Arnaud Courteille (FRA) 124
73  Kenny Elissonde (FRA) Young rider 46
74  Murilo Fischer (BRA) 130
75  Francis Mourey (FRA) 43
76  Cédric Pineau (FRA) 121
77  Kévin Reza (FRA) 103
78  Anthony Roux (FRA) 87
79  Jussi Veikkanen (FIN) 147
IAM Cycling (IAM)
No. Rider Pos.
81  Sylvain Chavanel (FRA) 36
82  Clément Chevrier (FRA) Young rider 69
83  Stef Clement (NED) DNF-15
84  Heinrich Haussler (AUS) 107
85  Roger Kluge (DEU) 162
86  Matteo Pelucchi (ITA) DNF-10
87  Jérôme Pineau (FRA) DNF-18
88  Sébastien Reichenbach (SUI) DNF-16
89  Aleksejs Saramotins (LAT) 161
Lampre–Merida (LAM)
No. Rider Pos.
91  Diego Ulissi (ITA) 64
92  Roberto Ferrari (ITA) 133
93  Tsgabu Grmay (ETH) Young rider 91
94  Sacha Modolo (ITA) 126
95  Manuele Mori (ITA) 80
96  Przemysław Niemiec (POL) 40
97  Jan Polanc (SLO) Young rider 53
98  Maximiliano Richeze (ARG) 127
99  Xu Gang (CHN) DNF-16
Lotto–Soudal (LTB)
No. Rider Pos.
100  Jurgen Van den Broeck (BEL) 12
101  Sander Armée (BEL) 65
102  Lars Bak (DEN) 90
103  Stig Broeckx (BEL) Young rider DNF-18
104  André Greipel (DEU) DNS-14
105  Adam Hansen (AUS) 77
106  Greg Henderson (NZL) DNS-14
107  Maxime Monfort (BEL) 11
109  Louis Vervaeke (BEL) Young rider DNF-16
Movistar Team (MOV)
No. Rider Pos.
111  Beñat Intxausti (ESP) 29
112  Andrey Amador (CRC) 4
113  Igor Antón (ESP) 38
114  Rubén Fernández (ESP) Young rider 62
115  Jesús Herrada (ESP) Young rider 74
116  Jon Izagirre (ESP) 27
117  Juan José Lobato (ESP) DNF-18
118  Dayer Quintana (COL) Young rider 93
119  Giovanni Visconti (ITA) A blue jersey, designating the winner of the mountains classification 18
Nippo–Vini Fantini (PPO)
No. Rider Pos.
121  Damiano Cunego (ITA) DNF-18
122  Giacomo Berlato (ITA) Young rider 101
123  Alessandro Bisolti (ITA) 49
124  Daniele Colli (ITA) DNF-6
125  Pierpaolo De Negri (ITA) 108
126  Eduard-Michael Grosu (ROU) Young rider 150
127  Manabu Ishibashi (JPN) Young rider DNF-9
128  Alessandro Malaguti (ITA) 154
129  Riccardo Stacchiotti (ITA) Young rider 152
Orica–GreenEDGE (OGE)
No. Rider Pos.
131  Michael Matthews (AUS) Young rider DNS-14
132  Sam Bewley (NZL) 122
133  Esteban Chaves (COL) Young rider 55
134  Simon Clarke (AUS) 63
135  Luke Durbridge (AUS) Young rider 109
136  Simon Gerrans (AUS) DNS-13
137  Michael Hepburn (AUS) Young rider 160
138  Brett Lancaster (AUS) 128
139  Pieter Weening (NED) 92
Southeast Pro Cycling (NRI)
No. Rider Pos.
141  Manuel Belletti (ITA) DNF-12
142  Matteo Busato (ITA) 106
143  Ramón Carretero (PAN) Young rider DNF-2
144  Elia Favilli (ITA) 104
145  Mauro Finetto (ITA) 57
146  Francesco Gavazzi (ITA) 58
147  Jonathan Monsalve (VEN) 30
148  Alessandro Petacchi (ITA) DNF-20
149  Eugert Zhupa (ALB) Young rider 157
Cannondale–Garmin (TCG)
No. Rider Pos.
151  Ryder Hesjedal (CAN) 5
152  Janier Acevedo (COL) 120
153  Nate Brown (USA) Young rider 67
154  André Cardoso (POR) 21
155  Tom Danielson (USA) DNF-15
156  Davide Formolo (ITA) Young rider 31
157  Alan Marangoni (ITA) 131
158  Tom-Jelte Slagter (NED) 76
159  Davide Villella (ITA) Young rider 78
Team Giant–Alpecin (GIA)
No. Rider Pos.
161  Luka Mezgec (SLO) 138
162  Nikias Arndt (DEU) Young rider 148
163  Bert De Backer (BEL) 158
164  Caleb Fairly (USA) 134
165  Simon Geschke (DEU) 89
166  Chad Haga (USA) 99
167  Ji Cheng (CHN) 156
168  Tobias Ludvigsson (SWE) Young rider 83
169  Tom Stamsnijder (NED) 153
Team Katusha (KAT)
No. Rider Pos.
171  Luca Paolini (ITA) 111
172  Maxim Belkov (RUS) 102
173  Sergey Chernetskiy (RUS) Young rider 114
174  Sergey Lagutin (RUS) 72
175  Alexander Porsev (RUS) 132
176  Pavel Kochetkov (RUS) 37
177  Yuri Trofimov (RUS) 10
178  Anton Vorobyev (RUS) Young rider DNS-3
179  Ilnur Zakarin (RUS) 44
LottoNL–Jumbo (TLJ)
No. Rider Pos.
181  Steven Kruijswijk (NED) 7
182  George Bennett (NZL) Young rider DNS-1
183  Rick Flens (NED) 144
184  Moreno Hofland (NED) Young rider 136
185  Martijn Keizer (NED) 56
186  Bert-Jan Lindeman (NED) 95
187  Maarten Tjallingii (NED) 119
188  Nick van der Lijke (NED) Young rider 86
189  Robert Wagner (DEU) DNF-4
Team Sky (SKY)
No. Rider Pos.
191  Richie Porte (AUS) DNS-16
192  Bernhard Eisel (AUT) 143
193  Sebastián Henao (COL) Young rider 41
194  Vasil Kiryienka (BLR) 84
195  Leopold König (CZE) 6
196  Mikel Nieve (ESP) 17
197  Salvatore Puccio (ITA) 68
198  Kanstantsin Sivtsov (BLR) 26
199  Elia Viviani (ITA) 125
Tinkoff–Saxo (SAX)
No. Rider Pos.
201  Alberto Contador (ESP) A pink jersey, designating the winner of the general classification 1
202  Ivan Basso (ITA) 51
203  Manuele Boaro (ITA) 96
204  Christopher Juul-Jensen (DEN) 135
205  Roman Kreuziger (CZE) 28
206  Sérgio Paulinho (POR) 97
207  Michael Rogers (AUS) 33
208  Ivan Rovny (RUS) 115
209  Matteo Tosatto (ITA) 112
Trek Factory Racing (TFR)
No. Rider Pos.
211  Giacomo Nizzolo (ITA) A red jersey, designating the winner of the points classification 137
212  Eugenio Alafaci (ITA) Young rider 141
213  Fumiyuki Beppu (JPN) 117
214  Marco Coledan (ITA) 163
215  Fabio Felline (ITA) Young rider 32
216  Fábio Silvestre (POR) Young rider 149
217  Boy van Poppel (NED) 146
218  Kristof Vandewalle (BEL) DNS-15
219  Calvin Watson (AUS) Young rider 151

By nationality

The 198 riders that competed in the 2015 Giro d'Italia originated from 36 different countries.[238] Riders from eight countries won stages during the race; Italian riders won the highest number, with seven riders winning a total of nine stages.[239]

Country No. of riders Finishers Stage wins
 Albania 1 1
 Argentina 1 1
 Australia 11 8 1 (Michael Matthews)
 Austria 1 1
 Belarus 3 3 1 (Vasil Kiryienka)
 Belgium 12 6 3 (Philippe Gilbert ×2, Iljo Keisse)
 Brazil 1 1
 Bulgaria 1 1
 Canada 2 2
 China 2 1
 Colombia 7 7
 Costa Rica 1 1
 Czech Republic 3 3
 Denmark 2 2
 Estonia 1 1
 Ethiopia 1 1
 Finland 1 1
 France 15 14
 Germany 8 6 1 (André Greipel)
 Italy 59 48 9 (Fabio Aru ×2, Sacha Modolo ×2, Nicola Boem, Davide Formolo, Paolo Tiralongo, Diego Ulissi, Elia Viviani)
 Japan 2 1
 Kazakhstan 1 1
 Latvia 1 1
 Netherlands 12 11
 New Zealand 3 1
 Panama 1 0
 Poland 7 6
 Portugal 3 3
 Romania 2 2
 Russia 9 8 1 (Ilnur Zakarin)
 Slovenia 3 3 1 (Jan Polanc)
 Spain 11 10 3 (Mikel Landa ×2, Beñat Intxausti)
 Sweden 1 1
  Switzerland 3 1
 United States 5 4
 Venezuela 1 1
Total 198 163 20[N 1]
  1. ^ The team time trial on stage 1, won by Orica–GreenEDGE, is not counted in this total.

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