- n. the Italian region on the island of Sardinia; the kingdom of Sardinia was the nucleus for uniting Italy during the 19th century
- n. an island in the Mediterranean to the west of Italy
“Sardegna is the Italian name for which Mediterranean island?”
“Bookwalter had his first taste of team leadership last week at the Giro di Sardegna.”
“In addition to making me happy, the Giro di Sardegna has turned out to be some excellent training for my next big goal: to have a big ride at Paris-Nice.”
“Peter Sagan has won four races, with three stage wins and the overall at the Giro di Sardegna, while up-and-coming sprinter Elia Viviani won GP Costa degli Etruschi and the Nashik race in India.”
“The podium caps a strong week for Sagan, who took three stages and won the five-day Giro di Sardegna on Saturday.”
“Today is the Classica Sarda, a 210 km one-day race, the day after the Giro di Sardegna.”
“Brent Bookwalter will lead BMC while Peter Sagan at Liquigas-Cannondale, the recent winner of the Giro di Sardegna, will be looking to improve on his two-stage haul from last year.”
“La Nuova Sardegna, El Pais and enPrimicia confirmed that the kidnappers received help and support from within the "well-guarded Polisario-run camps.”
“This was the third edition of the revived Giro di Sardegna, which until 2009 had been held just twice in 25 years.”
“Peter Sagan knows no rival — at least at the ongoing Giro di Sardegna.”
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