On Monday 31st May the Torriani Prize will finally be awarded at the Ghisallo Museum. Sagan, Linus and Stagi will receive it in attendance. The “Silver Heart” in Zandegù. In the most representative setting, the Ghisallo Museum, on the hill where Fiorenzo Magni wanted to place a secular bicycle temple, on Monday 31 May at noon, after the Giro has just ended, the last act of the International Prize named after Vincenzo Torriani will take place, ” For those who love cycling and make it live”, edition number 23, which has experienced a long suspension, due to Covid 19. The recognition dedicated to the unforgettable patron of the Giro, who left us just 25 years ago, should have been awarded the Last October 26, again in Magreglio, at the Museum, just after the victory of Geoghegan Hart. The 2020 edition is finally assigned, which consecrates three leading figures: Peter Sagan, an absolute champion; Linus, a great entertainer in love with the bike; Pier Augusto Stagi, a “bread and cycling” journalist. On the same occasion, the special “Silver Heart” award, promoted by the Emilio and Aldo De Martino Association, awarded every year to a cycling lover, will go to Dino Zandegù, a great sprinter of the Sixties. The Torriani Award, commissioned by the sons of the Patron and under the aegis of RCS Sport – La Gazzetta dello Sport, consists of a bronze statuette depicting a stylized runner, made by the sculptor Domenico Greco. The event will be hosted by Pier Bergonzi, deputy director of the Gazzetta dello Sport. The ceremony will take place in person with an online connection, but participation will be reserved only for guests accredited by virtue of the anti-pandemic provisions. (source Torriani Prize Press Office – Sergio Meda 335 454988)