Marino Vigna

Marino Vigna ( born November 6, 1938 in Milan ) is an Italian former racing cyclist.

In 1960, Marino Vigno in Rome with the Italian train four at the Olympic Games Olympic gold medalist in the team pursuit, together with Luigi Arienti, Franco Testa and Mario Vallotto. He then moved on to the pros and drove mainly road race. He started in grand tours and classics. At the Giro d' Italia 1963, he won the 14th stage, a year later the Tre Valli Varesine and Tre Province. In 1965 he won the Trofeo Laigueglia and 1966 at Milan -Turin.

1967 ended Vigna its active cycling career and was henceforth in the different official positions are active, as Technical Director of the Italian Cycling Federation of the professional racer.