Domenico Pozzovivo Wiki, Bio, Height, Age, Net Worth, Wife, Girlfriend and Career

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Domenico Pozzovivo was born on 30 November 1982 in Policoro, Italy. Now, He is 39 years old . He was born and raised with His family in Policoro, Italy.

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Domenico Pozzovivo Age, Birthdate, Religion, Debut and Birthplace

He grew up with His family & friends in Policoro, Italy. Since His childhood He was very intelligent. Domenico Pozzovivo is 39 years old .

Date of Birth 30 November 1982
Age 39 years old
Birthplace Policoro, Italy
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Hometown Policoro, Italy
Hobby Swimming
Nationality (Country) Italy
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
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Domenico Pozzovivo Height, Weight and Body Measurements

Domenico Pozzovivo height in Feet: 4 feet
Meter: 1.22m
CentiMeters: 122cm tall and He weight is Pound: 133 lbs
Kilograms: 60.5 KG. Domenico Pozzovivo body measurements are 31-22-35 and He has a great body shape.

His hair color is Brown and He has a gorgeous eye with Hazel color.

Height Feet: 4 feet
Meter: 1.22m
CentiMeters: 122cm
Weight Pound: 133 lbs
Kilograms: 60.5 KG
Body Measurement 31-22-35
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Hazel

Domenico Pozzovivo Net Worth, Salary and Monthly Income

Domenico Pozzovivo net worth is $9 Million – $10 Million USD, He is very passionate about His profession. He believes that His profession is His religion.

Domenico Pozzovivo monthly income is $15000 – $17000 USD and His earning sources are advertisements, brand deals, business, etc.

Net Worth $9 Million – $10 Million USD
Net Worth (Previous Year) $8 Million – $9 Million USD
Salary (Monthly Income) $15000 – $17000 USD

Domenico Pozzovivo, Wife, Girlfriend, Children, Siblings and Family

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Wife Valentina Conte (m. 2015)
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Domenico Pozzovivo Favorite Thing

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Favorite Car Toyota
Favorite Color Fushsia
Favorite Bike HAYABUSA
Favorite Place Paris
Favorite Book The Odyssey by Homer
Favorite Movie Django Unchained (2012)
Favorite Song Mirrors
Favorite Food Kebab
Favorite Sport Volleyball
Favorite Perfume Chanel
Favorite Pet Birds

Domenico Pozzovivo Career and Unknown Facts

Pozzovivo did not participate in the Tour de France to focus his efforts on the Vuelta a España. However, he had to forget the Spain Grand Tour when he crashed in training, breaking his tibia. Pozzovivo said in an interview that he was able to bicycle before he was able to walk on his way to recovery and that he sent his team an e-mail to the effect that he was ready to come back sooner than expected, at the Il Lombardia race. “It’s a crazy idea and so it might not be taken into consideration [by the team]. I have suffered and I still suffer physically but I believe that that the head makes the difference.” Ultimately, Pozzovivo’s return race was Milano–Torino at the end of 2014 and he did race the Il Lombardia race afterward.

Pozzovivo’s next objective was the Giro d’Italia, but things got off to a bad start: after losing time on the opening team time trial, he lost more than a minute on the second stage because of a crash. On stage 3, the following day, things took a turn for the worse as he crashed head first on a descend with 35 km (21.7 mi) to go. Shortly afterwards, AG2R reported that he was in a stable state, even though he appeared to be bleeding heavily from his head region on television pictures. On the same night, he passed a CT scan which revealed no brain injury and talked to Gazzetta dello Sport: “It was a long night and I even made some plans for the future,” said Pozzovivo. “I was in the best condition of my life and I’m thinking about returning at the Tour de Suisse and being competitive.”

On 11 August 2019, Pozzovivo was severely injured after colliding with a car during a training ride. He was "hit head on" by the car and suffered fractures to his right leg, left arm, collarbone, and ribs. According to Cycling Weekly, it could be doubtful if Pozzovivo will return to racing, considering the severeness of his injuries.

Pozzovivo continued his preparation for his main goal in 2014, the Giro d’Italia, by racing the Giro del Trentino, where he finished second to Cadel Evans. Two days later, he was one of the main protagonists in Liege-Bastogne-Liege, a race he was participating in for the first time. He attacked with Julian Arredondo on the Cote de Roche aux Faucons, and although he was caught, he attacked again with Giampaolo Caruso on the Cote de Saint-Nicolas, and was caught with only 200 meters to go, eventually finishing 5th.

For the 2013 season, Pozzovivo left Colnago–CSF Bardiani, where he started his professional career back in 2005, and moved to World Tour outfit Ag2r–La Mondiale. He was looking to repeat his 2012 win in the Giro del Trentino, but he had to withdraw after a crash in stage 3 of the race where he injured his elbow and broke two ribs. Due to this injury, and some unfortunate crashes, he was unable to perform to his best ability in the Giro d’Italia, although he still managed to finish 10th overall, his third top ten in the Giro.

Pozzovivo took part in the Roma Maxima, where he escaped with Alejandro Valverde. The pair maintained their lead until the bunch caught Pozzovivo metres before the line. Valverde won, while Pozzovivo took fifth place. He finished sixth in the Tirreno–Adriatico stage race a week later.

Pozzovivo started his season in January at Australia’s Tour Down Under, despite suffering from a minor wrist fracture. He stated he was aiming for a top 5 Overall. He finally finished sixth in the general classification. In March, he went on to finish eighth overall in Tirreno–Adriatico. He grabbed his first victory since 2012 on a stage of the Volta a Catalunya. He was part of a group of seven favorites and he attacked two kilometers from the finish line to win solo on the flat finale, after the race went over several climbs. He finally finished the stage race on the third step of the podium. At the end of April, Pozzovivo participated in the mountainous Giro del Trentino. He lost time on Stage 2, but made up for it by taking the stage victory on Stage 3, distancing Richie Porte and Mikel Landa by five seconds after attacking with two kilometers remaining. He finally finished seventh in the general classification of the race. Two days after the Giro del Trentino concluded, Pozzovivo finished eighth of Liège–Bastogne–Liège as part of the leading group.

On the mountainous Tour of the Alps, Pozzovivo took his first podium of the year, with a second place overall thanks to continuous top-10 placings during the stages. He pocketed the best climber jersey as well. The next Sunday, he got fifth at Liège–Bastogne–Liège.

In 2012, Pozzovivo won the prestigious Giro del Trentino. He was victorious in stage 3 of that race, which led the riders from Pergine to Brenzone, finishing after a steep climb, the Punta Veleno. Team cars were not allowed on that climb since it was very steep and the tarmac was inappropriate. Motorbikes were the only resource available for riders suffering a mechanical problem. The victory on that hard stage granted him the leader’s jersey, which he managed to hold on to the following day on the fourth and final stage, which was disputed in snowy weather conditions. He finished that stage in third position. He also won the Mountains classification jersey.

The 2010 season saw Pozzovivo take a great stage victory in the Giro del Trentino, where he edged a surging from behind Riccardo Riccò of Ceramica Flaminia by 3 seconds. Pozzovivo finally took the third place overall, with the Kazakh Alexander Vinokourov of Astana taking the top honors. Pozzovivo came in second place of the 2.1 categorized Giro dell’Appennino, where he attacked on the daunting Passo della Bocchetta, with only Robert Kiserlovski being able to follow him and crest the climb with him. The pair collaborated well to the finish, where Pozzovivo was bested by the Liquigas–Doimo man in the sprint, therefore taking second place. In July, the diminutive Pozzovivo won the Brixia Tour, winning two mountain stages in the process. He prevailed in the overall classification of the five stage race by a margin of one minute and fifty seconds over Team Sky’s Morris Possoni.

In the Vuelta, Pozzovivo was able to return to his best. He was consistently in the top 10 during the mountain stages, and ended up finishing 6th overall, his highest finish thus far in a Grand Tour. He particularly surprised in the Stage 11 Time Trial, a discipline which generally does not suit him, where he finished third behind winner Fabian Cancellara and World Champion time trial champion at the time Tony Martin.

In 2009, Pozzovivo took the fifth stage of the Settimana Ciclistica Lombarda, his first major victory since 2004. He also finished second in the general classification of the mountainous Brixia Tour, more than a minute behind the winner Giampaolo Caruso. He placed in the top ten of three stages in that race, including third on the second stage, three second in arrears of Leonardo Bertagnolli.

In 2008, Pozzovivo finished on the third step of the podium of the Giro del Trentino, which had a race categorization of 2.1. The first place went to Vincenzo Nibali of Liquigas while Stefano Garzelli from the Acqua & Sapone–Caffè Mokambo took the second place. He then participated in his third Giro d’Italia. While he was not considered a favorite for the overall rankings prior to the race, he managed to finish in ninth position of the general classification. He notably took the second position on the fifteenth stage, a mountain affair finishing atop the Category 1 Passo Fedaia, which was featured for the first time in Giro history. He was bested only by his team-mate Emanuele Sella, who eventually tested positive for the blood booster MIRCERA and was later disqualified.

Domenico Pozzovivo (born 30 November 1982) is an Italian professional road racing cyclist, who currently rides for UCI WorldTeam NTT Pro Cycling. His very small stature confer him with the qualities of a pure climbing specialist. He is most known for a victory in stage 8 of the 2012 Giro d’Italia, an overall victory in the 2012 Giro del Trentino, and is notable for his high education.

Pozzovivo started the Giro well, avoiding any crashes during the wet opening week and attacking on Stage 9 to Sestola, where he finished third on the day behind the breakaway, taking 30 seconds from his rivals and moving into 4th in the General Classification. He also attacked successfully on Stage 14 to Oropa, but fell ill with Bronchitis on the next day, a mountain top finish at Montecampione, losing time to nearly all his rivals. He managed to recover sufficiently during the rest day to win back time on the remaining peloton on the Queen Stage up to Val Martello on Stage 16, after Nairo Quintana, Pierre Rolland and Ryder Hesjedal had gone away earlier in the stage. He also managed to move up in the overall standings on both Stages 18 and 19, a mountain-top finish and an uphill time trial. He eventually finished in 5th place, his highest ever finish in the Giro up to that point and his first ever top-5 finish in a Grand Tour.

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Ans. He was born on 30 November 1982.

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