How to Watch the Giro D’Italia—and Everything Else You Need to Know

It’s May, which means it’s time for one of the sport’s hardest races in one of the world’s most beautiful locations: the Giro d’Italia.

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It’s May, which means it’s time for one of the sport’s hardest races in one of the world’s most beautiful locations: the Giro d’Italia, the first of pro cycling’s trifecta of three-week “grand tours.” While not as prestigious as the Tour de France, the Tour of Italy is considered by many to be the hardest grand tour of the season, a race that boasts high mountains, stunning scenery, and the maglia rosa , a pink jersey awarded each day to the leader of the Giro’s General Classification.

Here’s everything you need to know about this year’s race:

Saturday, May 6 - Sunday, May 28

How to Watch

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The 106th edition of the Giro d’Italia covers 3,448.6 kilometers (2,138 miles) over 21 stages, with three individual time trials, seven mountain stages (all of which end with uphill finishes), four “intermediate” stages that look perfect for breakaways, and eight stages that should end with field sprints.

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This year’s Grande Partenza takes place in the Abruzzo region with an 18.4K individual time trial (Stage 1) on Saturday followed by what should be the Giro’s first field sprint on Sunday (Stage 2). The race then heads south as it begins a tight clockwise loop through the southern half of the country with Stages 4 through 6 ending in Melfi (an ideal day for a breakaway), Lago Laceno (a trip through the Apennines that ends with the Giro’s first uphill finish), and Salerno and Naples (likely field sprints).

Stage 7 brings the Giro’s first true mountain stage, with a summit finish on the 2,135-meter Gran Sasso Italia. While too early to determine the Giro’s final outcome, this should force the first true sorting of the General Classification, setting the stage for Saturday’s tough stage to Fossombrone (Stage 8), a day filled with several super-steep climbs called muri (Italian for “walls”). The first “week” ends with the Giro’s first long, individual time trial (Stage 9), a 33.6K race against the clock between Savignano al Rubicone and Cesena. By the end of the day Sunday, the Giro’s true contenders will have emerged.

After a Rest Day on Monday, May 15th, the Giro’s second week opens with two days for field sprinters with stages ending in Viareggio (Stage 10) and Tortona (Stage 11). Thursday’s ride from Bra to Rivoli (Stage 12) offers an undulating profile with a big climb in the final hour; it’s the perfect opportunity for a large breakaway to escape and fight for the stage win.

Friday’s Stage 13 brings the race into Switzerland, with a monster Alpine stage that tackles the 34K Colle del Gran San Bernardo on its way to a summit finish in Crans Montana. The summit of the San Bernardo sits at 2469m above sea level, which makes it the Cima Coppi, the highest climb in this year’s race. The sprinters get another chance in Cassano Magnago on Saturday (Stage 14), while Sunday’s Stage 15 tackles a punchy circuit through the hills around Bergamo that could prove to be one of the most exciting in this year’s race.

The third week is the most mountainous of the entire Giro, with four stages through the Alps and Dolomites, three of which feature uphill or summit finishes. Of these, Stage 19 is the toughest: a mountain raid through the Dolomites that finishes atop the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, the place where Eddy Merckx took control of the 1968 Giro d’Italia, setting the stage for the first of his many grand tour victories.

Stage 20 brings the Giro’s final individual time trial, a 18.6K ride that starts in Tarvisio and ends with a climb to the sanctuary atop Monte Lussari. Whoever ends the day Saturday in the maglia rosa will spend Sunday’s final stage into Rome celebrating his overall victory–while the sprinters relish one final chance to win a stage.

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What Happened Last Year

Jai Hindley (BORA-hansgrohe) won the 105th edition of the Giro d’Italia. The Australian won Stage 9 atop the Blockhaus climb and then spent the rest of the race hovering near the top of the General Classification–without ever taking the pink jersey. But on Stage 20, the Giro’s final mountain stage, he pounced.

Hindley entered the day just 3 seconds behind Ecuador’s Richard Carapaz (INEOS Grenadiers)–who had worn the pink jersey since Stage 14–but timed his attack perfectly, teaming up with a teammate who had dropped back from the breakaway and then dropping the 2019 Giro champion about 3K from the summit of the Passo Fedaia and taking the pink jersey. The Aussie entered Stage 21’s individual time trial with a 1:25 advantage over the Ecuadoran, which proved to be more than enough to become his nation’s first Giro champion.

Carapaz held on to finish second, and Spain’s Mikel Landa (Bahrain-Victorious) finished third. France’s Arnaud Demare (Groupama-FDJ) won the Points Classification, the Netherlands’ Koen Bouwman (Jumbo-Visma) won the King of the Mountains Classification, and Spain’s Juan Pedro López–who wore the pink jersey for 10 stages in the middle of the race–was the Giro’s Best Young Rider.

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Riders to Watch

Hindley won’t be back to defend his title–he’s racing the Tour de France instead–so this year’s top favorites are two riders hoping to put some of their worst Giro memories behind them: Slovenia’s Primož Roglič (Jumbo-Visma) and Belgium’s Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-Quick Step). Roglič led the Giro for six days back in 2019, but ultimately lost the race to Carapaz after fading in the mountains. Evenepoel made his grand tour debut in 2021 and looked to be a contender during the opening week. But the Belgian lost 24 minutes on Stage 16 and abandoned the race after Stage 17.

But since those set-backs, they’ve combined to win the last four Tours of Spain (Roglič in 2019, 2020, and 2021; and Evenepoel in 2022) and as two of the sport’s best time trialists, are likely licking their lips at the Giro’s three ITTs. And we’re expecting fireworks: the duo last raced against one another at the 7-day Volta a Catalunya in March, with Roglič defeating Evenepoel by just six seconds. Glued to one another’s wheels throughout much of the Spanish WorldTour event, they finished 1-2 on four occasions throughout the week, with each winning two stages.

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It’s tough to pick the true favorite. Roglič is a proven grand tour contender (he has podium finishes in all three grand tours) and he races for a team that’s experienced and talented. Evenepoel is younger and seems to raise the ceiling on his talent every time he races, but despite winning last year’s Tour of Spain, his team is still learning the ropes when it comes to supporting a rider who’s trying to win a grand tour–and the winning the Giro is much more challenging than winning the Vuelta.

Assuming they avoid crashes and bad luck, we suspect the two will trade blows with one another throughout the race, with Evenepoel having a slight edge in the time trials and Roglič a slight edge in the high mountains (thanks largely to the depth of his team). In the end we won’t be surprised if they stay within half a minute of one another by the time the race concludes in Rome, with the winner being whichever rider is willing to take a few chances without the fear of losing it all.

The wild card has to be INEOS Grenadiers (formerly Team Sky), a team which has won three of the last five Tours of Italy, and came close to winning another last year. Carapaz now races for EF Education-EasyPost and Colombia’s Egan Bernal, who won the race in 2021, is still recovering from a crash in early 2022 that almost ended his career. So the team will be relying on Great Britain’s Geraint Thomas (the 2018 Tour de France champion) and Tao Geoghegan Hart (winner of the 2020 Giro d’Italia). Thomas hasn’t had great luck at the Giro (he’s never finished it) and Geoghegan Hart has yet to prove that his victory in 2020 (a season shortened due to Covid-19) was not a fluke, but together they could relish being the outsider’s, supported by a team that might be the strongest in the race.

Other podium contenders include Italy’s Damiano Caruso (Bahrain-Victorious), the runner-up in 2021; Russia’s Aleksandr Vlasov (BORA-hansgrohe), who finished fourth in 2021; and Portugal’s Joao Almeida (UAE Team Emirates), who took fourth in 2020 and sixth in 2021.

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Looking beyond the General Classification, Great Britain’s Mark Cavendish (Astana) makes his grand tour debut with his new team, hoping to challenge for a stage win or two while preparing himself to try and break Eddy Merck’s stage win record at the Tour de France in July. At the Giro he’ll face challenges from Colombia’s Fernando Gaviria (Movistar), Australia’s Michael Matthews, and Germany’s Pascal Ackerman (UAE Team Emirates).

Last but not least, the 2023 Giro should feature several North Americans, including the USA’s Sepp Kuss (Jumbo-Visma), a recent call-up to support Roglič; Joe Dombrowski (Astana), who’s chasing stage wins; domestiques Will Barta (Movistar), Larry Warbasse (AG2R Citroën), and Brandon McNulty (UAE Team Emirates); and Matt Riccitello (Israel-Premier Tech), who’s riding his first grand tour. Riccitello’s teammate, Derek Gee, is the only rider from Canada slated to start this year’s race.

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Le 106ème giro a lieu du 6 au 28 mai 2022. quelle chaîne diffuse le tour d'italie cette année  retrouvez le programme tv complet du premier grand tour de la saison de cyclisme..

Quand et comment voir le Giro ? Découvrez toutes les informations sur la retransmission TV du Giro 2023 pour ne rien manquer de cet événement cyclisme. La 1ère étape de la 106e édition du Tour d'Italie se déroulera à Fossacesia Marina le samedi 6 mai. 21 étapes attendent les coureurs pendant ces 3 semaines de course avant l'arrivée à Rome le dimanche 28 mai.

Calendrier : Giro 2023

- 06 mai : les résultats de la 1ère étape - 07 mai : les résultats de la 2ème étape - 08 mai : les résultats de la 3ème étape - 09 mai : les résultats de la 4ème étape - 10 mai : les résultats de la 5ème étape - 11 mai : les résultats de la 6ème étape - 12 mai : les résultats de la 7ème étape - 13 mai : les résultats de la 8ème étape - 14 mai : les résultats de la 9ème étape - 16 mai : les résultats de la 10ème étape - 17 mai : les résultats de la 11ème étape - 18 mai : les résultats de la 12ème étape - 19 mai : les résultats de la 13ème étape - 20 mai : les résultats de la 14ème étape - 21 mai : les résultats de la 15ème étape - 23 mai : les résultats de la 16ème étape - 24 mai : les résultats de la 17ème étape - 25 mai : les résultats de la 18ème étape - 26 mai : les résultats de la 19ème étape - 27 mai : les résultats de la 20ème étape - 28 mai : les résultats de la 21ème étape

Qui pour succéder Jai Hindley, vainqueur du Giro en 2022 ? En l'absence du tenant du titre, ils sont plusieurs prétendants pour la victoire finale. Le grand favori reste Remco Evenepoel mais Roglic est aussi un candidat à la victoire finale sans oublier non plus Geraint Thomas. Le Français Thibault Pinot, semble capable de s'offrir quelques étapes.

Programme TV : Giro 2023

La 106e édition du Tour d'Italie est à suivre en direct sur la chaîne Eurosport du 6 au 28 mai 2023.

Dates  : du 6 au 28 mai 2023 Lieu de départ  : Fossacesia Marina (Italie) Lieu d'arrivée  : Rome (Italie) Chaîne  : à suivre en direct sur Eurosport (Suivez toutes les étapes en direct commenté sur L'Équipe)

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How to watch the Giro d'Italia 2023: TV and live stream details as Remco Evenepoel and Primoz Roglic battle

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C'est l'un des plus grands moments de la saison de la saison cycliste. Premier Grand Tour de la cuvée 2023, le Giro ouvre ses portes à partir de ce samedi 6 mai. Avec un duel Evenepoel–Roglic bouillant en prévision, ce Tour d'Italie est très attendu. Comment regarder le Giro 2023 en direct vidéo et sur quelle chaîne TV ? A quelle heure suivre la course ? Voici les infos de diffusion.

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TV Guide - Where and When to watch Giro d'Italia 2023

The 2023 Giro d'Italia route has finally been announced! The race will feature several very tough high-mountain stages, aswell as a lot of time-trialing kilometers which will make for a very balanced race throughout three weeks from the 6th to the 28th of May. Here's where and when to watch it.

You will be able to follow the race within the traditional channels, online via the GCN+, Discovery+ and Eurosport Player subscriptions. This also includes Eurosport on TV.

Italy - Rai

Denmark - Kanal 5

Hungary - M4

Ireland - Virgin

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San Marino - Rai

Spain - EITB

Swiss - SRG SSR

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Wales - S4C

USA - BeIN Sport

South America & Caribbean - DirecTV

China - Zhibot.TV

Japan - J Sports

Australia - SBS

New Zealand - SKY Sport NZ

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Estimated start and finish times for Giro d'Italia:

Stage 1: 13:50-17:10CET

Stage 2: 12:20-17:15CET

Stage 3: 11:45-17:15CET

Stage 4: 12:30-17:15CET

Stage 5: 12:40-17:15CET

Stage 6: 12:55-17:15CET

Stage 7: 11:15-17:15CET

Stage 8: 11:50-17:15CET

Stage 9: 13:10-17:10CET

Stage 10: 12:05-17:15CET

Stage 11: 11:25-17:15CET

Stage 12: 12:30-17:15CET

Stage 13: 11:00-17:15CET

Stage 14: 12:05-17:15CET

Stage 15: 11:45-17:15CET

Stage 16: 10:50-17:15CET

Stage 17: 12:50-17:15CET

Stage 18: 12:20-17:15CET

Stage 19: 11:35-17:15CET

Stage 20: 11:30-18:30CET

Stage 21: 15:25-18:45CET

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Giro d'italia 2023 stage reports.

Stage 21 - Primoz Roglic secures overall victory in Rome / As it happened

In a thrilling finale to the 2023 Giro d'Italia, Primož Roglič (Jumbo-Visma) celebrated a largely ceremonial day of racing as the winner of the overall title, while Mark Cavendish triumphed with the stage 21 victory in Rome.

Stage 20 - Primoz Roglic poised for overall victory with stage 20 mountain time trial win / As it happened

In what was a stunning performance on the decisive stage 20 mountain time trial, Primož Roglič (Jumbo-Visma) won the day's stage and took the maglia rosa from overnight leader Geraint Thomas (Ineos Grenadiers). The Slovenian is now poised to win the overall title as the race heads into the finale in Rome.

Stage 19: Buitrago wins mountaintop battle on stage 19 to Tre Cime Lavaredo / As it happened

The breakaway took the day on the queen stage of the 2023 Giro d'Italia, with Santiago Buitrago (Bahrain-Victorious) demoting Derek Gee to yet another second place, mowing the Canadian down after he'd launched a courageous move on the steep ascent to Tre Cime Lavaredo. In the maglia rosa group, João Almeida lost his chances of winning the Giro, while Primož Roglič carved out three seconds in the final metres over race leader Geraint Thomas.

Stage 18: Filippo Zana beats Thibaut Pinot to conquer Zoldo Alto on stage 18 / As it happened

The breakaway gained enough time to contest the stage win in the first of three big days in the Dolomites. Filippo Zana (Jayco-AlUla) delivered more heartbreak to Thibaut Pinot (Groupama-FDJ), snatching the stage win at Val di Zoldo from the Frenchman. The GC shifted slightly with Geraint Thomas (Ineos) unflappable in the face of an attack from Primož Roglič (Jumbo-Visma), while João Almeida (UAE) had to fight to limit his losses.

Stage 17: Alberto Dainese wins stage 17 bunch sprint in Caorle / As it happened

It was a day for the sprinters with no climbs, and Alberto Dainese (Team DSM) took full advantage storming to the bunch-sprint victory ahead of Jonathan Milan (Bahrain Victorious) and Michael Matthews (Jayco-AlUla) in Caorle. With no changes to the overall classification , Geraint Thomas (Ineos Grenadiers) carries the leader's jersey into the mountains throughout the final week of racing.

Stage 16: Almeida outduels Thomas on stage 16 atop Monte Bondone / As it happened

The Giro d'Italia continued after the second rest day with the peloton tasked with the summit finish atop Monte Bondone, in what many hoped would reignite the battle for the GC in the final week of racing. João Almeida (UAE Team Emirates) won the race to the summit, beating Geraint Thomas (Ineos Grenadiers) at the line. Thomas regained the pink jersey, with both riders putting time into Primož Roglič (Jumbo-Visma).

Stage 15: McNulty wins from the break on Lombardia-style stage 15 / As it happened

Brandon McNulty (UAE Team Emirates) outsprinted Ben Healy (EF Education-EasyPost) and Marco Frigo (Israel-Premier Tech) after an exciting battle to the line to win the ‘mini Il Lombardia’ in Bergamo. The trio escaped from the 17-man breakaway on the final climb, with Frigo battling back to catch back after faltering on the ascent.  Bruno Armirail (Groupama-FDJ)  remained in the maglia rosa with a 1:08 lead on Geraint Thomas (Ineos Grenadiers) heading into the second rest day.

Stage 14: Denz triumphs from break on stage 14 as Armirail takes race lead / As it happened

Emerging from the breakaway, Nico Denz (Bora-Hansgrohe) almost celebrated too soon at the end of stage 14, but just held on to beat out Derek Gee (Israel-Premier Tech) for the victory. Alberto Bettiol (EF Education-EasyPost) rounded out the podium after leading out the sprint. Bruno Armirail (Groupama-FDJ) jumped into the maglia rosa with a 20-minute time gain from the breakaway. Geraint Thomas (Ineos Grenadiers) gave up the lead on another long wet day and now sits in second overall at 1:41 down.

Stage 13: Rubio beats Pinot, Cepeda to win abbreviated mountain stage 13 / As it happened

Einer Rubio (Movistar) emerged from a three-rider breakaway to win stage 13 of the Giro d'Italia at Crans-Montana in Switzerland. Soon-to-retire French rider Thibaut Pinot (Groupama-FDJ) fell short near the finish line to place second, while  EF Education-EasyPost's Alexander Cepeda was third. There was lots of drama well before the finish line, as organisers had to cut the stage short by 74.6km due to bad weather conditions, teams having to transfer to Switzerland by bus and take a new start after the Grand St Bernard Pass.

Stage 12: Nico Denz powers to breakaway-sprint victory / As it happened

It was a day for the breakaway as Nico Denz (Bora-Hansgrohe) sprinted to victory from a three-rider move that successfully made it to the finish line in Rivoli. There was no threat to the general classification contenders, even as the main field finished more than eight minutes behind the break, with Geraint Thomas (Ineos Grenadiers) holding onto the maglia rosa .

Stage 11: Ackermann awarded photo-finish sprint victory on stage 11 / As it happened

Despite the hills and all-day breakaway on stage 11, the race ended in a thrilling bunch sprint that came down to a photo finish in Tortona. Officials awarded the victory to Pascal Ackermann  (UAE Team Emirates), who finished on the line with maglia ciclamino  Jonathan Milan (Bahrain Victorious) and Mark Cavendish (Astana Qazaqstan). A mid-race crash took down Ineos Grenadier's Tao Geoghegan Hart, who was forced to abandon, while Pavel Sivakov also crashed and dropped out of the top 10 overall. Geraint Thomas maintained his overall lead heading into stage 12.

Stage 10: Magnus Cort scores Grand Tour stage win triple in Viareggio / As it happened

The Giro d'Italia resumed after the first rest day, with Magnus Cort (EF Education-EasyPost) winning stage 10 from a breakaway sprint in Viareggio. Although there was discussion of shortening the stage due to cold, wet and windy conditions, the peloton completed the full 196km. The stage also marked the first day for Geraint Thomas (Ineos Grenadiers) in the maglia rosa after  Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-QuickStep) was forced to abandon  the race due to a positive test for COVID-19. He finished safely in the field to maintain a two-second lead on runner-up Primož Roglič (Jumbo-Visma).

Stage 9: Giro d'Italia stage 9: Remco Evenepoel wins time trial to take maglia rosa / As it happened

The 35 kilometre individual time trial was not exactly the rout expected from Remco Evenepoel , but the Belgian champion managed to win the stage - albeit by one second over a profoundly disappointed Geraint Thomas - and retake the pink jersey.

Stage 8: Ben Healy parlays 50km solo into his first Grand Tour stage win / As it happened

After an impressive Spring Classics campaign, Ben Healy added to his rapidly growing palmares with a commanding solo victory in Fossombrone. The Irishman attacked his breakaway companions on the short but steep I Cappuccini climb with 50km to go and soloed in for his first Grand Tour stage win.

Behind, Primož Roglič attacked maglia rosa holder Andreas Leknessund and, along with Ineos' Geraint Thomas and Tao Geoghegan Hart, gained 24 seconds on the race leader. Remco Evenepoel also lost ground on the attackers but gained on Leknessund at 14 seconds.

Stage 7: Bais wins stage 7 from breakaway trio atop Campo Imperatore / As it happened

Davide Bais (Eolo-Kometa) secured his first pro victory in memorable fashion, taking the honours atop the Gran Sasso d'Italia at Campo Imperatore. Part of a three-rider breakaway that succeeded at the finish line, Bais was the strongest, dropping his rivals inside the finale few hundred metres to take the win.

Stage 6: Mads Pedersen claims stage 6 as breakaway caught at last gasp / As it happened

The peloton caught breakaways Simon Clarke (Israel-Premier Tech) and Alessandro De Marchi (Jayco-AlUla) with just 300 metres to race, in time for Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo) to secure the sprint victory in Naples, beating Jonathan Milan (Bahrain Victorious) and Pascal Ackerman (UAE Team Emirates) to the line.

Stage 5: Groves wins crash-marred stage 5 in Salerno / As it happened

Stage 5 to Salerno should have been a simple day and one for the sprinters but a driving rain turned the stage into a crash-fest. From the first kilometres to the finish line, crashes hampered the race favourites. Remco Evenepoel was taken down when a dog veered at the peloton , Primoz Roglic was caught up in a crash with 7km to go, and Mark Cavendish was one of several riders to fall at the finish line after Alberto Dainese veered in his sprint. The Italian was later relegated . Kaden Groves won the stage.

Stage 4: Paret-Peintre powers to victory at Lago Laceno on stage 4 / As it happened

Aurélien Paret-Peintre (AG2R Citroën) and Andreas Leknessund (Team DSM) split the spoils on stage 4 of the Giro d’Italia with the Frenchman winning the stage in a two-up sprint, and the Norwegian taking the maglia rosa after a tough day at the front of the race.

After a hard day out in front of the race, the pair powered away from the seven-rider breakaway on the climb to Lago Laceno. 

Leader into the stage, Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-QuickStep) let the break go up the road, crossing the line 2:01 behind the winner. Evenepoel is now second overall at 28 seconds, with Paret-Peintre third at 30 seconds.

Stage 3: Michael Matthews claims stage 3 in uphill sprint / As it happened

Michael Matthews took his first victory of 2023 in Melfi after his Jayco-AlUla squad executed a perfect strategy. The team closed down the early breakaway, distanced most of Matthews' sprint rivals and then lead him into the twisting finish. 

The Australian jumped first but managed to hold on to beat Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo) and Kaden Groves (Alpecin-Deceuninck). 

Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-QuickStep) stayed safe all day and even gained second on his overall rivals at a late intermediate sprint. 

Stage 2: Jonathan Milan wins hectic finish in San Salvo / As it happened

Jonathan Milan (Bahrain Victorious) took his first WorldTour win on his Grand Tour debut, using his track speed and power to win the sprint in San Salvo. 

The track pursuiter avoided the late crash that disrupted the finale and then produced the speed to go clear of David Dekker (Arkéa Samsic) and Kaden Groves (Alpecin-Deceuninck). 

Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-QuickStep) enjoyed his first day in the maglia rosa but only just avoided the late crash, going on to blame Groves for the incident. The Australian insisted it was a 'race incident'.   

Stage 1: Remco Evenepoel flies across time trial course for victory and first maglia rosa / As it happened

Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-QuickStep) won the opening 19.6km time trial along the Adriatic coast to take early control of the 2023 Giro d'Italia. The Belgian beat Filippo Ganna (Ineos Grenadiers) by 22 seconds and João Almeida (UAE Team Emirates) by 29 seconds. 

Primož Roglič (Jumbo-Visma) lost 43 seconds, with other overall contenders losing much more as Evenepoel showed he was on form and ready to fight for victory.

Giro d'Italia 2023 results

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The 106th edition of the Giro d'Italia is upon us with the Corsa Rosa having kicked off along the Adriatic coast in Abruzzo on May 6, 2023 and traversing all but three of Italy's 20 regions before landing in the capital, Rome, on May 28.

Primož Roglič (Jumbo-Visma) and world champion Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-Quickstep) are among the main Giro d'Italia contenders for the GC , which takes the 176-rider peloton through 21 days of action. 

The riders traverse the hills of the Apennines, the high mountains of the Alps and Dolomites, and the flatlands of the Po Valley along the way, while three time trials totalling 73km in length provide a test rarely seen in modern Grand Tours.

Many of the top contenders at the race – Roglič and Evenepoel as well as Geraint Thomas , Aleksandr Vlasov, and João Almeida – haven't won before, so we're likely to see a new name added to the Giro's honour roll.

2022 champion Jai Hindley isn't taking part, while previous winners Egan Bernal, Chris Froome and Richard Carapaz are also absent. 2020 winner Tao Geoghegan Hart (Ineos Grenadiers) will line up at the Grande Partenza as the only past champion on the start list.

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The Giro d'Italia 2023 route map

The 2023 Giro d'Italia will be the 106th edition of the Italian Grand Tour, taking place from May 6-28. The 2023 Giro d'Italia route will see the peloton visit 17 of Italy's 20 regions, with only Sicily, Sardinia, and Calabria missing out.

How to watch the Giro d'Italia

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Giro d'Italia contenders

Primož Roglič and Remco Evenepoel head up the contenders list

The race is expected to be a showdown between the two major Giro d'Italia favourites 2022 Vuelta a España winner and world champion Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-QuickStep) and Primož Roglič (Jumbo-Visma).

Reigning champion Jai Hindley (Bora-Hansgrohe) won't be taking the start, instead choosing to focus on July's Tour de France.

However, there are plenty of names to watch – we'll also be keeping our eyes on the likes of Tao Geoghegan Hart, Aleksandr Vlasov and João Almeida. For a full rundown of all of the Giro favourites you can read our full guide to the Giro d'Italia 2023 favourites and contenders .

Giro d'Italia start list

Our 2023 Giro d'Italia start list is updated in live time, courtesy of FirstCycling. You can also check out our comprehensive Giro d'Italia team guide for all the information on the squads.

Giro d'Italia schedule

Giro d'italia teams.

The 18 WorldTeams earned automatic invitations to the 2023 Giro d'Italia along with the two ProTeams that were at the top of the UCI teams rankings in 2022. However, the latter – Lotto-Dstny and TotalEnergies declined their invitations , leaving four wildcard places.

Those are taken up by Italian ProTeams Eolo-Kometa, Green Project-Bardiani CSF-Faizané, and Team Corratec, while Israel-Premier Tech are also invited after their relegation from the WorldTour last year.

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Giro d'Italia records

Most overall wins: Fausto Coppi, Alfredo Binda, Eddy Merckx (five); Giovanni Brunero, Gino Bartali, Fiorenzo Magni, Felice Gimondi, Bernard Hinault (three).

Most stage wins: Mario Cipollini (42), Alfredo Binda (41), Learco Guerra (31), Constance Girardengo (30), Eddy Merckx (25) ... Mark Cavendish (16)

Most mountain classification wins: Gino Bartali (seven); José Manuel Fuentes (four); Fausto Coppi, Franco Bitossi, Claudio Bortolotto, Claudio Chiappucci (three)

Most points classification wins: Francesco Moser, Giuseppe Saronni (four); Roger De Vlaeminck, Johan van der Velde, Mario Cipollini (three)

Most starts: Wladimir Panizza (18); Pierino Gavazzi, Domenico Pozzovivo (17)

Youngest winner: Fausto Coppi, 1940 (20 years and 268 days)

Oldest winner: Fiorenzo Magni, 1955 (34 years and 180 days)

Smallest margin of victory: 11 seconds (Fiorenzo Magni, 1948)

Largest margin of victory: 1:57:26 (Alfonso Calzolari, 1914)

Fastest edition: 2013 (40.113kph)

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Giro d’Italia 2023 Key Information:

Dates: Saturday 6 May – Sunday 28 May 2023 Race length: 3,448.6 kilometres Start: Fossacesia Marina, Italy Finish: Rome, Italy Mountain stages: 7 in total, with 51,300 metres of total climbing

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The 2023 Giro d’Italia takes place between Saturday 6 May and Sunday 28 May. The race starts along the Abruzzo coast with a highly anticipated 18.4km individual time trial before concluding in Rome three weeks later with a short circuit stage. The first Grand Tour of the 2023 road season promises to be an exciting affair with several high profile contenders and a jaw-dropping route that should keep the race wide open right until the final weekend.

Movistar will bring a full team to the start line of the Giro d’Italia 2023.

Giro d’Italia race organisers RCS presented the 2023 race route in Milan, Italy, back in October 2022 and since then the hype has only increased as the first Grand Tour of the season comes into view. In a bid to attract world champion Remco Evenepoel the organisers have served up a whopping 70.6km of time trialling throughout the route, with three individual tests perfectly suited to the young Belgian superstar.

Yet despite the high volume of time trial kilometres the 2023 route remains a balanced affair with seven mountain stages and plenty of brutally tough days through the Dolomites and Julian Alps to potentially unsettle Evenepoel’s challenge. No doubt the weather - which is often unpredictable in May - the aggressive nature of the Giro, and the likelihood of new challengers will mean that the race could go down to the wire.

Giro d’Italia: week one

The 2023 Giro d’Italia kicks off with an 18.4km individual time trial in the Abruzzo region. The majority of the stage is flat before a final kick to the finishing town of Ortona. With the first maglia rosa on the line expect fireworks from the GC contenders and the time trial specialists. Filippo Ganna (Ineos Grenadiers) is the standout favourite, while Alpecin Deceunick and Movistar will both have dark horse contenders aboard the Canyon Speedmax . The Dutch team will be highly motivated after Mathieu van der Poel wore the maglia rosa during last year’s first time trial at the Giro d’Italia. The Dutch rider won the opening sprint stage in 2022, and although he is set to miss the race this year, Alpecin Deceunick are guaranteed to have a competitive team.

The next two stages should end in sprint finishes and with Kaden Groves (Alpecin Deceunick) initially slated to make his Giro d’Italia debut the Australian should be in the hunt for his maiden grand tour stage win. The sprinter has become one of the most promising riders in the last couple of seasons and will be going all-out on his Canyon Aeroad in order to win his maiden Grand Tour stage.

The climbers will come to the fore on stage 4 with an intermediate level mountain stage to Lago Laceno but the first genuine showdown of the race will take place on stage 7 with the first finish above 2,000 metres atop the Gran Sasso climb.

Mathieu van der Poel in the maglia rosa during the 2022 Giro d’Italia.

Giro d’Italia week two

Following the first major mountain stage the Giro d’Italia returns to time trial mode just two days later with the longest individual test against the clock in this year’s race. Here Evenepoel, Geraint Thomas and Primož Roglič will look to distance all of their GC rivals in the race for the maglia rosa and with an almost pan-flat 33.6km stage between Savignano sul Rubicone and Cesena the pure climbers will hope to limit their losses.

After the first rest day of the race the Giro provides the sprinters and breakaway specialists with chances to shine with the race traversing through Tuscany, Piemonte and Rivoli. However, stage 13 returns to the mountains with another summit finish at Crans Montana in Switzerland. Expect major time gaps over the 208km stage with the riders set to climb the Colle del Gran San Bernardo (the highest point of the race), La Croix de Coeur, and the final slog to the finish line at the ski resort. The stage comprises of 5,100 metres of climbing and will test the mettle of the pure climbers, and the sprinters who will be racing to avoid the time cut.

Throwback to Valverde leading the race up a climb in a previous edition of the Giro d’Italia.

At this point in the race the key contenders will be well established and a pecking order on GC is likely to dictate the nature of the final week. However, there’s no getting away from just how tough the last block of stages are with several key mountain test, and an uphill time trial on the menu.

Following the final rest day, the riders head straight into the mountains for an epic stage 16 that begins on the shores of Lake Garda but then crams over 5,200m of climbing into 198km of racing with Monte Bondone the final summit. With pitches of 15% this final climb could easily see several GC contenders unravel before the line.

The sprinters still in the race will enjoy their penultimate flat stage on stage 17 before the race heads deep into the Dolomites for a trio of mountain stages that will ultimately decide the final outcome and the winner of the 2023 Giro d’Italia.

Stage 18 from Oderzo - Val di Zoldo is only 160km in length but it certainly packs a punch with several categorised climbs including the Cansiglio, the Forcella Cibiani and the final climb to Coi. It may not be the toughest of the Dolomite stages but there’s enough climbing to cause major damage to some tired legs.

Stage 19 is the Queen stage of this year’s Giro d’Italia and the hardest trittico of mountain stages inside the final week. Heading out from Longarone, and covering 182km, the stage includes 5,400m of climbing with the Passo Campolongo leading into the Passo Valparola before the mouth-watering ascent of the Passo Giau. After a long descent the road kicks up once more with the Passo Tre Croci climb before a short downhill section to Misurina and then the final ascent to the line at Tre Cime di Lavaredo. This promises to be one of the most epic days of racing at the Giro d’Italia in recent memory.

Before the last stage in Rome the riders have to contend with the final mountain test, an 18.6km individual time trial between Tarvisio and Monte Lussari. With a flat first half, followed by a lung-busting ascent the vast majority of riders will make a bike switch, swapping out their road bikes for time trial machines at the base of the final climb. If Will Barta (Movistar) returns to the Giro after making his debut in 2022 he could be one of the contenders for stage and making the switch between his Canyon road bike and his Speedmax .

Alpecin-Deceuninck had a special edition Giro d’Italia kit in 2022.

In 2022 Australian rider Jai Hindley (Bora-Hansgrohe) came out on top after a thrilling edition of the race. Hindley, who finished a surprise second overall in 2020, matched pre-race favourite Richard Carapaz (Ineos Grenadiers) at almost every turn and went into the final mountain stage just three seconds behind the Ecuadorian rider.

Then on the final mountain stage Hindley launched a devastating attack on the slopes of the Marmolada. Carapaz was able to match the initial surge but he was forced to let Hindley disappear up the road after the Australian and his German teammate Lennard Kämna set a ferocious pace. This year Kämna is set to return to the Giro d’Italia as a super domestique.

By the time Carapaz crept over the line he had lost his race lead and sat 1:25 behind Hindley. The final time trial in Verona was merely a formality with Hindley holding off Carapaz and becoming the first Australian to win the men’s Giro d’Italia.

The 2022 edition of the race also saw Mathieu van der Poel make his debut in the race. The Dutch rider won the opening stage and claimed the first maglia rosa of the race on board his Canyon Aeroad. Van der Poel’s team went on to take two more stage wins during the race with Dries De Bondt and Stefano Oldani both tasting success. Van der Poel’s aggressive racing style also netted him the Combativity classification.

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With Hindley set to shift his focus and target the Tour de France in July the race for the maglia rosa will focus on a new set of challengers. World road race champion, and last year’s Vuelta a España winner, Remco Evenepoel (Soudal QuickStep) will be hoping to make it back-to-back Grand Tour wins, and with an abundance of time trialling kilometres the all-rounder should start as the rider to beat. Primož Roglič, who was third overall back in 2019, will be looking for redemption after crashing out of the last two editions of the Tour de France.

Veteran British rider Geraint Thomas will lead the line for Ineos Grenadiers in what might be his final grand tour before retirement, while Aleksandr Vlasov will replace Hindley as Bora-Hangrohe’s GC threat. Joao Almeida (UAE Team Emirates), Thibaut Pinot (Groupama FDJ) and Damiano Caruso (Bahrain Victorious) will also hope to be in contention for the maglia rosa and the remaining steps on the podium.

In the UK, the 2023 Giro d'Italia will be shown live across Eurosport and Eurosport Player via Discovery+. The race host broadcaster Rai Sport will show the race in Italy, while US and Australian broadcasters will be announced soon.

Maglia Rosa

Also referred to as the pink jersey, the maglia rosa is worn by the overall leader in the general classification. The maglia rosa is one of the most iconic and beautiful jerseys in all of cycling.

Maglia Azzurra

This blue jersey is worn by the leaders of the mountains classification and is the equivalent to the polka-dot jersey at the Tour de France. Points are awarded at the top of each climb at the Giro d’Italia with more points awarded on the toughest of ascents.

Maglia Ciclamino

The Maglia Ciclamino is determined by points awarded on a daily basis and based on finishing places after each stage. In recent years the jersey has typically been won by sprinters, while back in 2012 climber Jaoquim Rodriguez won the classification as part of the Canyon backed Katusha team.

Maglia Bianca

Just like the white jersey at the Tour de France, this jersey is awarded to the best young rider (25 years or younger) on GC.

MVDP shows off in the maglia ciclamino, the jersey awards to the leader of the points classification.

Two WorldTour teams will race Canyon bikes at the 2023 Giro d’Italia with both Movistar and Alpecin-Deceuninck both set to send strong teams to the Italian Grand Tour in May.

Movistar will be without the recently retired Alejandro Valverde but the versatile Spanish team could head into the race with American time trial specialist Will Barta. Sprinter Fernando Gaviria could also have a starting spot and will be looking to add to his tally of five stage wins aboard his new Canyon Aeroad . Iván Ramiro Sosa raced the Giro d’Italia in 2023 and may return for a second successive adventure. The 25-year-old climber is a possible contender for a stage win in the mountains and will race on the Ultimate CFR .

Although Mathieu Van Der Poel will not race the Giro d’Italia in 2023 having chosen to focus on the Spring Classics and Tour de France, his Alpecin-Deceuninck teammates are sure to race aggressively and on a number of fronts. Kaden Groves will target the sprint stages on his debut, while Nicola Conci and Stefano Oldani will aim for mountain stages, if selected.

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The Giro d'Italia boils to a head this weekend with Geraint Thomas in pole position to claim his maiden victory in this event.

The British star heads into the final two stages with a 26-second lead over Primoz Roglic, and sits 59 seconds ahead of Joao Almeida. The rest of the pack is cut adrift by four minutes or more.

Thomas will be determined to avoid incident in the closing stages following a wet and wild Giro so far that has boasted plenty of unpredictability.

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Remco Evenepoel led the race after nine stages but was forced to withdraw from the event after testing positive for COVID. Thomas assumed the lead but was involved in a pile-up crash on Stage 11 caused by extremely wet conditions and a slippery descent.

Thomas and Roglic escaped unharmed, but 2020 champion Tao Geoghegan Hart was forced to withdraw from the event through injury.

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How to watch Giro d'Italia 2023 on TV and live stream

UK viewers can watch all of the action live on discovery+ , the main hub for all Eurosport live coverage.

Every stage will be broadcast between the Eurosport 1 and 2 channels with discovery+ encompassing all of their coverage online.

The discovery+ Entertainment & Sport plan is available for £6.99 a month or £59.99 per year .

You can also add discovery+ Entertainment & Sport to your Amazon Prime Video account by signing up for the service as an add-on.

You can also stream the event on GCN+ which available for £6.99 per month or £39.99 per year.

Welsh-language channel S4C is the only free-to-air UK broadcaster showing live coverage of the race. You can tune in via Sky, Freeview, Virgin and Freesat, as well as via BBC iPlayer.

Giro d'Italia 2023 highlights on TV

There will be regular highlights shows across discovery+ , Eurosport, GCN+ and S4C throughout the Giro d'Italia so you can keep track of all the biggest moments.

Unfortunately ITV does not appear to be broadcasting highlights of the race in 2023 unless a last-ditch resolution is found.

ITV has previously shown free-to-air highlights of the race across their platforms but does not appear in the list of official broadcasters for the event and has not publicised any involvement with the event.

Who won the Giro d'Italia 2022?

Jai Hindley triumphed in the 2022 Giro d'Italia with over a minute separating him and second-place Richard Carapaz.

The Australian gained ground on the last two stages to burst beyond Carapaz and claim victory at the very end.

In 2020, Hindley was narrowly defeated by Welsh star Tao Geoghegan Hart, who clinched the title in a hotly-contested final stage.

Giro d'Italia past winners

2010 : Ivan Basso

2011 : Michele Scarponi

2012 : Ryder Hesjedal

2013 : Vincenzo Nibali

2014 : Nairo Quintana

2015 : Alberto Contador

2016 : Vincenzo Nibali

2017 : Tom Dumoulin

2018 : Chris Froome

2019 : Richard Carapaz

2020 : Tao Geoghegan Hart

2021 : Egan Bernal

2022 : Jai Hindley

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TV & streaming : comment regarder le Giro 2023 ?

Marie Laure Calcar

Pour ne rien manquer de la 106 ème édition du Giro, où que vous soyez et depuis tous vos appareils, lisez la suite de cet article.

Date et parcours du Giro 2023

Le Tour d’Italie, très montagneux comme à son habitude, a pris son départ de Costa dei Trabocchi le 6 mai, et arrivera le 28 à Rome, après un parcours de 3 489 km. Ce tour cycliste a accumulé les catastrophes, en effet, les abandons et les chutes se sont succédées sous une pluie battante et incéssante…

Pendant, ses trois derniers jours montagneux nous assisterons à une bataille entre Thomas (actuel détenteur du maillot rose), Roglič (distancé) et Almeida (vainqueur de la 16e étape)….

Pour connaître en détails le parcours du Giro et du classement, n’hésitez pas à consulter son site officiel .

Le Giro 2023 en direct à la TV et en streaming

Depuis 2021, le Tour d’Italie n’est plus retransmis en clair puisque Eurosport a récupéré les droits jusqu’en 2025. Vous pouvez y accéder via une souscription à CANAL+  ou à  Eurosport Player .

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Pour regarder le Giro et suivre toutes ses étapes depuis votre télévision, ou tout autre appareils, vous devrez vous abonner à Canal+ Sport à partir de 34,99 €/mois . Sinon, souscrivez à Eurosport Player (dès 6,99 €/mois), il vous permettra non seulement de suivre le Tour d’Italie mais aussi plein d’autres grands rendez-vous sportifs, depuis votre smartphone, votre tablette ou ordinateur.

Regarder le Giro 2023 depuis l’étranger

Si vous êtes en déplacement à l’étranger et que vous ne voulez rater sous aucun prétexte ce Grand Tour italien, alors pensez à souscrire à un VPN (“Réseau virtuel privé”).

Il permet de masquer votre situation géographique et de parcourir des sites internet comme si vous étiez dans votre pays d’origine, ou n’importe où dans le monde.

Nous avons une préférence pour NordVPN , mais n’hésitez pas à consulter  notre sélection des meilleurs VPN , certains sont même gratuits , pour trouver celui qui vous convient le mieux.

La seule astuce pour voir cette compétition sans débourser le moindre centime serait d’utiliser un VPN gratuit et d’accéder à RAI, la chaine publique italienne . Cependant, le VPN gratuit aura des limites, telle que la bande passante et avec RAI, les commentaires seront en italien…

Auteur : Marie Laure Calcar , Responsable Éditoriale

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EN DIRECT - Giro (19e étape): La victoire pour Buitrago, Pinot prend une grosse option sur le maillot de meilleur grimpeur

Le Tour d'Italie 2023

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3 secondes de gagné pour Roglic

Thibaut Pinot gagne une place et passe 6e, à 17 secondes de la 5e place d'Ed Dunbar. Almeida a 59 secondes de retard sur Thomas. La victoire finale devrait se jouer entre Thomas et Roglic à 26 secondes.

Le nouveau top 10 du général

Victoire de Buitrago!

Et Derrière, Thomas a attaqué, Roglic arrive à suivre. Derek Gee a passé la ligne en 2e place pour la 4e fois de ce Giro. Et finalement Roglic passe devant Thomas et gagne une belle poignée de secondes sur Almeida.

0.47km: Attaque de Roglic! Thomas arrive à suivre

Almeida est juste derrière. Mais il pourrait revenir au train.

0.9 km: Accélération d'Almeida dans le groupe des favoris

Mais personne ne lâche, à part Dunbar qui était en difficulté.

1.6 km: Buitrago recolle à Gee et il attaque derrière

La victoire d'étape va se jouer entre les deux! Ca arrangerait les fans de Pinot que Buitrago gagne en haut. Ca assurerait sans doute Pinot du maillot de meilleur grimpeur.

2.6 km: Derek Gee maintient Buitrago à distance

Le rouleur canadien qui arrive à tenir en respect le grimpeur colombien sur ces pentes là, c'est complètement fou

3.6 km: C'est très tendu dans le peloton

Enorme marquage individuel. Pendant ce temps, les échappés se font la malle. Devant, Derek Gee est toujours en tête, Buitrago n'arrive pas à revenir.

7.8 km: On est au pied de la montée finale

Avec des pourcentages terrifiants (parfois 20%, à plus de 2.000 d'altitude). 3'42 d'avance pour els échappés, mais ça se perd vite.

12.2 km: le peloton accélère

L'écart est tombé à 4 minutes

15.2 km: C'est loin d'être fait pour la victoire d'étape

Ils sont 4 en tête: Buitrago fait le tempo devant Gee, Cort Nielsen et Hepburn. Attention à Derek Gee qui peut aller titiller Thibaut Pinot pour le maillot de meilleur grimpeur.

18.6km: le problème du nouveau vélo de Roglic, c'est qu'il va avoir du mal dans la descente

Il y a quand même quelques km de descente entre les deux cols.

19.5 km: Roglic change de vélo

Il prend son vélo spécial qui servira à la fin du contre-la-montre demain. C'est un vélo qui va permettre de tourner extrêmement vite les jambes. Un seul plateau à l'avant.

21 km: C'est parti pour l'explication finale

21 km, deux cols séparés d'une descente symbolique, 6'34 pour les échappés qui vont sans doute se jouer la victoire d'étape. Mais derrière,c 'est la victoire finale qui se joue. Rappelons que els trosi favoris, Thomas, Roglic et Almeida se tiennent en 28 secondes.

28km: regroupement à l'avant

Ils sont désormais 11 à l'avant. Warbasse, Konrad, Gabburo, Pronskiy, Prodhomme et Oldani ont fait leur retour avec Buitrago, Gee, Verona, Cort Nielsen et Hepburn.

29km: les coureurs dans la descente du Passo Giau, 6'40" d'avance pour l'échappée

Les cinq échappés (Buitrago, Gee, Verona, Cort Nielsen, Hepburn) maintiennent leur avance avant le grand final.

35km: Gee se replace au classement de la montagne

Le Canadien a empoché 40 points au sommet du Passo Giau. Avec 152 points, il remonte à la troisième place du classement de la montagne, toujours dominé par Thibaut Pinot (227 points). Le Français dispose pour l'instant d'une bonne marge d'avance.

39.8km: Les échappés sont passés en haut du Passo Giau

Toujours 6'48 d'avance sur les favoris.

42 km: Pas de bagarre dans le peloton

Les favoris s'expliqueront plus tard, sans doute dans la montée finale.

43.5 km: Hepburn et Cort Nielsen sont revenus en tête aussi

C'est bien la preuve qu'on ne va pas encore à fond devant. C'est vrai qu'il reste encore beaucoup de kilomètres de montée.

45 km: Buitrago et Gee ont recollé à Verona

C'est les trois plus forts de l'échappée et ils ont accéléré pour continuer à espérer à la victoire finale. plus que 6'26 sur ce qu'il reste du peloton.

46 km: Attaque de Carlos Verona dans l'échappée

Et personne ne le suit, surtout pas Santiago Buitrago, le favori de l'échappée.

La voiture AG2R punie

Elle est accusée d'avoir envoyé Carlos Verona au sol, du coup, elle est mise hors course pour cette étape.

48km: Ils ne sont plus que 4 en tête

Ca a un peu explosé, mais finalement les 4 fuyards attendent leurs compagnons.

49 km: Voilà le passo Giau

on s'esqt un peu emballé,il y avait une petite bosse et on est maintenant dans les premières pentes du Passo Giau et c'est terrible pour les échappés, scotchés par la pente. Leur écart a fondu à 7'40.

54 km: Après une descente sans histoire, place au Passo Giau

9.8km à 9.3%, sacré morceau. Pour l'isntant les échappés ont 8 minutes d'avance, mais on en est à se dire que ça ne va pas suffire vu le programme qui attend les coureurs.

67 km de l'arrivée: Gee en tête à Valparola

le Canadien Derek Gee a réglé les échappés en tête de Valparola (col de 1ere catégorie) . Plus de 8'20 d'avance pour les échappés. le maillot bleu de meilleur grimpeur toujours plus sur les épaules de Thibaut Pinot. Derrière, le peloton reste très calme, la grande bagarre n'a pas encore commencé.

77 km - Verona est tombé

À l'avant de la course, le coureur Movistar est allé à terre dans la montée, sans trop de dégâts. Les 14 hommes de tête, suivis par Stojnic, totalisent 7'40 d'avance sur le peloton.

81 km - L'échappée creuse encore

Les hommes de tête comptent à présent 6'52 d'avance sur un peloton toujours calme et encore assez garni. Stojnic est le premier à décrocher à l'avant.

84 km - L'écart atteint les 6 minutes

Les hommes de tête ont profité de la descente pour accroître leur avance sur le peloton. Ils entament à présent la longue ascension du Passo Valparola.

91 km - Une courte descente

Les hommes de tête aborderont dans quelques kilomètres le Passo Valparola, classé en 1re catégorie et qui présente un profil de 13,9km à 5,8%.

95 km - L'échappée franchit le Passo Campolongo

Davide Gabburo passe la première ascension du jour en tête et marque 18 points supplémentaires au classement de la montagne. Pas de quoi inquiéter Thibaut Pinot, toujours au chaud dans le peloton, pointé à 5'30.

100 km - Plus de cinq minutes d'avance pour les 15 échappés

Les 15 échappés comptent désormais plus de cinq minutes d'avance sur le peloton (5'16'') dans la première ascension du jour (2e catégorie).

109 km - Les Ineos agacés par Ben Healy... qui en rigole

En lançant une attaque dès la première ascension d'une étape qui en compte cinq, Ben Healy ne s'est pas fait des amis chez les leaders. Vite repris par Thibaut Pinot (leader du classement de la montagne avec 63 points d'avance sur Healy) puis le peloton, l'Irlandais s'est un peu fait sermonner par l'équipe Ineos, qui lui reprochait visiblement d'animer trop tôt une étape qui s'annonce longue et épuisante alors que l'échappée possède une large avance. L'équipe Jumbo-Visma a aussi jeté un regard au fantasque coureur d'Education-First qui en a bien rigolé.

110 km - Healy sort du peloton, Pinot saute dans sa roue

Alors que le peloton est engagé dans la première difficulté du jour, Ben Healy (EF Education First) sort du peloton dans l'optique du classement de la montagne. Thibaut Pinot, actuellement meilleur grimpeur, saute immédiatement dans sa roue pour l'empêcher de s'échapper. Le duo est vite repris par le peloton.

118 km - Une douzaine d'hommes en tête

L'échappée du jour s'est enfin formée, et elle compte une douzaine d'hommes, parmi lesquels deux Français d'AG2R, Alex Baudin et Nicolas Prodhomme. Le mieux classé au général est le Colombien de la Bahrain, Santiaho Buitrago (+12'02''). Le peloton accuse 4'30'' de retard.

A noter que trois hommes sont en chasse-patate, environ une minute derrière : Mattia Bais, José Joaquin Rojas, et Carlos Verona.

La composition de l'échappée :

- Alex Baudin

- Nicolas Prodhomme

- Larry Warbasse

- Stefano Oldani

- Vadim Pronskiy

- Santiago Buitrago

- Patrick Konrad

- Magnis Cort

- Davide Gabburo

- Derek Gee

- Veljko Stojnic

- Michael Hepburn

Carthy non-partant

14e du classement général ce matin, Hugh Carthy (EF Education-EasyPost) n'a pas pris le départ de cette 19e étape. Son équipe annonce qu'il souffre de problèmes d'estomac.

C'est parti pour la 19e étape !

Le peloton vient de s'élancer pour 183km dans cette étape reine. La première des cinq ascensions du jour arrivera après une longue portion de vallée.

Et Thomas son maillot rose

Au général, Geraint Thomas, qui a réussi à distancer (un peu) Joao Almeida jeudi, espère lui conserver voir conforter son maillot rose, avant le chrono potentiellement décisif de samedi. Mais il devrait logiquement être attaqué. Si ses rivaux en ont la capacité...

Le classement général :

1. Geraint Thomas (GBR/Ineos)

2. Primoz Roglic (SLO/JUM) à 29''

3. João Almeida (POR/UAE) à 39''

4. Eddie Dunbar (IRL/BIK) à 3'39''

5. Damiano Caruso (ITA/BAH) à 3'51''

6. Lennard Kämna (GER/BOR) à 4'27''

7. Thibaut Pinot (FRA/GFJ) à 4'43''

8. Andreas Leknessund (NOR/DSM) à 4'47''

9. Thymen Arensman (NED/INE) à 4'53''

10. Laurens De Plus (BEL/INE) à 5'52''

Pinot veut conserver son maillot de meilleur grimpeur

Battu au sprint par Filippo Zana jeudi , et encore 2e à l'arrivée, Thibaut Pinot a peut-être dit adieu à une victoire d'étape pour son dernier Tour d'Italie. Mais le leader de la Groupama-FDJ a encore un bel objectif en tête: la défense de son maillot bleu de meilleur grimpeur. Et vu le profil de l'étape, il y aura beaucoup de points à aller chercher ce vendredi.

Le classement du meilleur grimpeur:

1. Thibaut Pinot (Groupama-FDJ), 227 pts

2. Ben Healy (EF Education-Easypost), 164 pts

3. Davide Bais (Elolo-Kometa), 144 pts

Jour d'étape reine sur le Giro

Bonjour à tous ! Bienvenue dans ce direct consacré à la 19e étape du Giro 2023, qui sur le papier se présente comme l'étape reine. Avant le contre-la-montre aussi attendu que redouté de samedi, les rescapés du Tour d'Italie batailleront en montagne ce vendredi, avec 183 km très corsés entre Longarone et les Tre Cime di Lavaredo, où se profile une belle arrivée au sommet. De quoi, peut-être, faire basculer la bataille pour le maillot rose.

Dans le détail, les coureurs devront d'abord grimper le Passo Campolongo (cat 2), puis le Passo Valparola (cat 1), le Passo Giau (cat 1), le passo Tre Croci (cat 2) et enfin les Tre Cime di Lavaredo (cat 1). Un beau programme.

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C'est l'heure des grands tours en cyclisme sur route !

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À moins de 100 jours des JO de Paris 2024 , il sera même possible de voir certains des prétendants aux médailles olympiques lors de ce Tour d'Italie . C'est notamment le cas de Tadej Pogacar , récent vainqueur de Liège-Bastogne-Liège et troisième de l'épreuve en ligne des JO de Tokyo 2020 .

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Découvrez la liste complète des participants au Giro 2024 avec toutes les équipes et tous les cyclistes.

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WIN. Brendan Steele, 18 under: $4 million

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T31. Paul Casey, Pat Perez, Dustin Johnson; 9 under: $160,000

T34. Kevin Na, Lee Westwood, Peter Uihlein, Bubba Watson; 8 under: $146,250

T38. Sebastian Munoz, Phil Mickelson; 7 under: $138,750

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