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Giro Stage 21 Preview

All roads lead to Rome and the Giro concludes with a downtown criterium this evening. Stage 20 review: a slow burner of a stage, understandable given the previous day. A big break went clear and from this Mikel Nieve took the stage win, much like previous years with Team Sky he was freed from domestique […]...


Giro Stage 20 Preview

The final stage in mountains and a very long day with some hard climbing awaits. If you plan to watch on TV don’t miss the earlier than usual finish too, info below. Stage 19 review: royal hunting indeed. There was fast start to the stage and Fabio Aru abandoned on what was supposed to be […]...


Giro Stage 19 Preview

“Royal hunting”, that’s what today’s start town of Venaria Reale is a called and fitting for the Queen Stage of the Giro, especially given the hunt is on to see if Simon Yates can be cracked again. Today’s stage just a lot better thanks to yesterday and this morning’s Gazzetta announces “ apertissimo“, it’s wide […]...


Giro Stage 18 Preview

A long run across landscapes famous for their food before the climb to the ski station of Pratonevoso. Stage 17 review: a fast start and another hard stage with several breakaway attempts and the peloton splitting. But it ended in a bunch sprint and fourth stage win for Elia Viviani who let Danny van Poppel […]...


Giro Stage 17 Preview

A breakaway or a bunch sprint That’s up to the peloton, the flat finish suits a sprint this is the last chance for many in the Giro to win a stage before the mountains return. Stage 16 review: a stage win for Rohan Dennis and Simon Yates remains comfortably in pink, as expected. What wasn’t […]...


Giro Stage 16 Preview

The time trial stage to reshape the overall classification. That was the idea but Simon Yates has taken more than two minutes already from Tom Dumoulin and beyond today come three more Alpine stages. Stage 15 review: Time has passed so for a simple look back let’s cite Victor Hugo: “in the Alps you are […]...


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Giro Stage 21 Preview

All roads lead to Rome and the Giro concludes with a downtown criterium this evening. Stage 20 review: a slow burner of a stage, understandable given the previous day. A big break went clear and from this Mikel Nieve took the stage win, much like previous years with Team Sky he was freed from domestique […]...


Giro Stage 20 Preview

The final stage in mountains and a very long day with some hard climbing awaits. If you plan to watch on TV don’t miss the earlier than usual finish too, info below. Stage 19 review: royal hunting indeed. There was fast start to the stage and Fabio Aru abandoned on what was supposed to be […]...


Giro Stage 19 Preview

“Royal hunting”, that’s what today’s start town of Venaria Reale is a called and fitting for the Queen Stage of the Giro, especially given the hunt is on to see if Simon Yates can be cracked again. Today’s stage just a lot better thanks to yesterday and this morning’s Gazzetta announces “ apertissimo“, it’s wide […]...


Giro Stage 18 Preview

A long run across landscapes famous for their food before the climb to the ski station of Pratonevoso. Stage 17 review: a fast start and another hard stage with several breakaway attempts and the peloton splitting. But it ended in a bunch sprint and fourth stage win for Elia Viviani who let Danny van Poppel […]...


Giro Stage 17 Preview

A breakaway or a bunch sprint That’s up to the peloton, the flat finish suits a sprint this is the last chance for many in the Giro to win a stage before the mountains return. Stage 16 review: a stage win for Rohan Dennis and Simon Yates remains comfortably in pink, as expected. What wasn’t […]...


Giro Stage 16 Preview

The time trial stage to reshape the overall classification. That was the idea but Simon Yates has taken more than two minutes already from Tom Dumoulin and beyond today come three more Alpine stages. Stage 15 review: Time has passed so for a simple look back let’s cite Victor Hugo: “in the Alps you are […]...


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