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Hidenori Nodera

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Full name  Hidenori Nodera
1998—2000  Shimano Racing
Weight  58 kg
Role  Rider
Height  1.66 m
Discipline  Road
Name  Hidenori Nodera
Current team  retired
2001—2002  Colpack-Astro

Hidenori Nodera
Born  June 7, 1975 (age 40) Japan (1975-06-07)

Hidenori Nodera (野寺秀徳, Nodera Hidenori) (born June 7, 1975, in Izu, Shizuoka Prefecture) is a former Japanese professional racing cyclist. Graduating from Hosei University, Nodera became a professional in 1998 with Shimano Racing, the team operated by Shimano. He joined the Italian team Colpack-Astro in 2001 and became only the second Japanese to complete the Giro d'Italia, after Masatoshi Ichikawa in 1990. Returning to Shimano, he continued to ride in both Europe and Asia, becoming Japanese national champion in 2005 and 2008. He retired in 2010, finishing third in his last race, the Japanese National Road Race Championships. With that result, he finished on the podium for eight straight years in the national championship. He has since become the team manager for Shimano Racing.

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