Dario Frigo is a 48-years-old Italian Athlete from the Italy. his estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read his life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details
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According to the wiki and biography of Dario Frigo was born on 18 September 1973 in Italy. let’s check out the Dario’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.
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Fassa Bortolo appealed to the Venice Court. On 30 July 2018 the appeal was rejected. In March 2019 the deadlines for a possible appeal to the Court of Cassation expired.
Although the judges recognized the “doping organized and institutionalized” in 2010 at the Court of Treviso, the Fassa Bortolo filed a civil lawsuit against Dario Frigo for the injured image of Fassa Spa, for compensation of the patrimonial and non-patrimonial damages suffered by Fassa Bortolo and quality of the author of the declarations reported in the newspaper il Gazzettino, where he remained for a month, with consequent pecuniary reparation.
On 15 September 2008, at the Albertville Court, Frigo and his wife were sentenced to a 6 month suspension. The Public Prosecutor appealed. On 23 April 2009 the Chambery Appeal Court reduced the sentence of both to 3 months suspended.
Following the statements made by Dario Frigo, the Police Chief Jean-Philippe Casano carried out in-depth investigations and testified to the Judges as follows: “The inquiry diligently complies with your instructions allows us to verify and validate the assertions contained in Dario Frigo’s letter , in particular identifying the different protagonists that he puts in question in a doping organization within his old team Fassa Bortolo, now dissolved.” (2006/7 Judicial Police Report).
M. Alain Garnier (A.M.A.) validated Frigo’s statements on the existence of an omerta in the sports world concerning doping practices within teams such as the Fassa Bortolo. (Minutes 2006/7 of the Judicial Police).
In 2005, Frigo had another bad season: as he only won one stage in the Tour de Luxembourg and in July during the Tour de France, he and his wife were stopped by the French police after a ten doses of EPO were found. After being excluded from the Tour de France, he announced his decision to end his career.
2004 was a poor year for Frigo: he was unable to race for three months due to physical problems, and facing a slow and difficult recovery, won no races. In spite of everything, for the second consecutive year he was selected for the World Championships in Verona.
In 2003 he started strong and in the first half of the season he won 6 races: a stage at Paris-Nice, a stage and the final classification both at the Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana and at the Setmana Catalana and a stage in the Giro that placed him in 7th overall. Towards the end of the season, he competed in the Vuelta a España, finishing in twenty-first place. He also took part in the World Championships in both the individual time trial and road race in Hamilton. He ended the season with a third place in the Giro di Lombardia and in finished 14th in the UCI ranking.
Cyril Troussard (C.P.L.D) declares: “the method of doping organized within the Fassa Bortolo in 2003, described by Frigo in his letter is comparable with the Festina method” (2006/7 Judicial Police Report).
During the searches of Frigo’s vials with doping substances are found which he owned, although he claimed to have never used them. The next morning Dario did not leave Busto Arsizio because he was fired by his team. Later it turned out that Frigo had also been scammed since the label of those vials didn’t match the product they were supposed to contain. However, Frigo had tried to procure an illicit product and so he was sentenced to a 6-month ban until 8 March 2002.
In 2002 he was hired by Tacconi Sport and on his return to racing, in Paris-Nice, he won the hardest stage at the Col d’Èze. He then won a stage and the final classification of the Tour de Romandie. He returned to the Giro d’Italia, but while still managing to stay with the leaders, he finished with a modest 10th place in the standings, 11’50” off the winner Paolo Savoldelli. After the Giro he won the national time trial championship and started the Tour de France, where he won the 17th stage in Megeve. After finishing the Tour, he won Subida a Urkiola and the World Cup Classic Zurich Metzgete, in August, placing 5th in the UCI World Ranking.
Dr. Marcos Maynar was present at the retreats of Castrocaro Terme (11/2002) and Marina di Bibbona (01/2003), at the Puig Trophy, Vuelta Valenciana, Semana Catalana, Vuelta al Pais Vasco, Vuelta a Catalunya, Tour de Luxembourg, Deutschland Tour, Vuelta a Burgos and Vuelta a Espana ’03 (70 days of competitions c.ca).
He entered the 2001 Giro d’Italia, and was one of the favorites to win. In the prologue, he finished second to Rik Verbrugghe and after the fourth stage, he took the race lead, which he held for nine days, until losing it to Gilberto Simoni on the 13th stage. The gap between the two, was very small. On 3 June, Frigo won the 15th stage, a time trial. However, Simoni managed to maintain his lead. On 7 June the stage was canceled following the searches of the NAS in the hotels of Sanremo where the teams participating in the Giro used to stay.
Frigo’s transition to professional began at the 1995 Giro del Veneto, riding as a stagiaire for Mercatone Uno–Saeco. In 1996, he was officially signed to Saeco on a four year contract. In 1999, he obtained his first victory at the Dekra Open, in Germany. In 2000, he joined the Fassa Bortolo team and achieved success, winning the Giro di Campania, as well as a stage of the Giro del Trentino. He also finished second overall in the Tour de Suisse. More success came for him in early 2001, when he won the time trial at the Col d’Èze and the overall classification of Paris–Nice, as well as the general classification of the Tour de Romandie.
Dario Frigo (born 18 September 1973 in Saronno, Italy) is an Italian former professional road bicycle racer.
The Chambery Court, in the reasons for the sentence, states: “The investigations carried out on a rogatory commission have made it possible to give credibility to the architecture of the system denounced by Dario Frigo, that is a practice of doping athletes institutionalized and organized by the Fassa Bortolo team leaders even if the instructor magistrate complained about the absence of any collaboration with the Italian authorities. “The pressures suffered by Dario Frigo to bow to new systematic doping practices institutionalized within his team are clear”. The humiliations and harassment of the Fassa Bortolo executives particularly hit a runner whose physical and psychological health had been fragile for years of doping in a “scandalous system far from sport ethics”. “(Dossier nr. 08 / 00899 of 23/4/09 Chambery Appeal Court).
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|Real Name||Dario Frigo|
Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace
|Age (2021)||48 Years|
|Date Of Birth||18 September 1973|
|Food Habits||Not Available|
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In Feet: not available
In Pound: not available
Dario Frigo Personal Life, Spouse, Wife
|Marital Status||not available|
Dario Frigo Net Worth
The Dario Frigo Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.
|Monthly Income/Salary (approx.)||$80K – $85k USD|
|Net Worth (approx.)||$4 million- $6 million USD|
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