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Men's Road Cycling UCI Giro d'Italia 2019

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Team Dimension Data


151 - :AUS Ben O'Connor

152 - :GBR Scott Davies

153 - :ITA Enrico Gasparotto

154 - :ERI Amanuel Ghebreigzabhie

155 - :RSA Ryan Gibbons

156 - :ITA Giacomo Nizzolo

157 - :AUS Mark Renshaw

158 - :SUI Danilo Wyss

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Team Ineos


161 - :RUS Pavel Sirakov

162 - :IRL Eddie Dunbar

163 - :GBR Tao Geoghegan Hart

164 - :COL Sebastián Henao

165 - :GER Christian Knees

166 - :ECU Jhonatan Narváez

167 - :ITA Salvatore Puccio

168 - :COL Iván Ramiro Sosa

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Team Jumbo-Visma


171 - :SLO Primož Roglič

172 - :NED Koen Bouwman

173 - :BEL Laurens De Plus

174 - :USA Sepp Kuss

175 - :NED Tom Leezer

176 - :BEL Paul Martens

177 - :NED Antwan Tolhoek

178 - :NED Jos van Emden

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Team Katusha - Alpecin


181 - :RUS Ilnur Zakarin

182 - :ITA Enrico Battaglin

183 - :BEL Jenthe Biermans

184 - :AUT Marco Haller

185 - :SUI Reto Hollenstein

186 - :RUS Viacheslav Kuznetsov

187 - :ESP Daniel Navarro

188 - :RUS Dmitry Strakhov

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Team Sunweb


191 - :NED Tom Domoulin

192 - :BEL Jan Bakelants

193 - :USA Chad Hega

194 - :AUS Chris Hamilton

195 - :AUS Jai Hindley

196 - :NED Sam Oomen

197 - :AUS Robert Power

198 - :BEL Louis Vervaeke

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Trek - Segafredo


201 - :NED Bauke Mollema

202 - :ITA Gianluca Brambilla

203 - :ITA Giulio Ciccone

204 - :AUS Will Clarke

205 - :ITA Nicola Cionci

206 - :AUT Michael Gogl

207 - :ESP Markel Irizar

208 - :ITA Matteo Moschetti

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UAE-Team Emirates


221 - :COL Fernando Gaviria

222 - :SUI Tom Bohli

223 - :ITA Simone Consonni

224 - :ITA Valerio Conti

225 - :ITA Marco Marcato

226 - :COL Juan Sebastián Molano

227 - :SLO Jan Polanc

228 - :ITA Diego Ulissi

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come on rogla,you can do it

he is gonna be without one of his best helpers, but he is in great form

and i think he is gonna be in pink tommorow allready

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Stage 1
Bologna > Madonna di San Luca (ITT)


The ITT starts with 6 flat kilometres on broad, mostly straight urban boulevards, and ends with a steep 2 km climb to the Sanctuary of San Luca.


Final kilometres

The closing phases of the stage are very demanding: 2,100 metres before the finish, the route takes a sharp U-turn to the right, and the climb to San Luca begins. The climb alternates sharp ramps (up to 16%) and short lengths with 8-9% gradients. The roadway is narrowed and runs along an arcade, climbing all the way to the sanctuary. The road reaches the maximum gradient after the first pass under the cloister, by a double curve (“le Orfanelle”). The home straight is short (90 m), and the finish line sits on 5 m tarmac.


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Discover the Departure




A natural crossroads in Italy and Europe, Bologna is rich in tradition, art, culture and food. An ancient University seat, the city beats at the heart of Italy under the shade of its famous towers, preserving the charm of its Medieval centre recognised by UNESCO as the largest and best preserved in the world with its 40 km of porticoes and over 50 museums. It is located in the Motor Valley, the location of Ducati, Lamborghini and the Imola racing circuit and, in 2006, it was declared by UNESCO “Creative City of Music” thanks to its musical excellence in the past and the wealth of current musicians.



Bologna is the capital of good food par excellence: its fame started in Medieval university colleges and grew through trade in the modern age. Nowadays, strolling around the city’s alleyways, we breathe in the same cheerful atmosphere of the taverns of the past that safeguard the city’s culinary secrets. Markets and festivals also pass on traditional recipes because the culture of eating well has always been a distinctive trait of Bologna and its friendly inhabitants who love the pleasures of the table. Here are a few typical dishes: tagliatelle with Bolognaise ragù, tortellini, lasagne, mixed fried platter Bologna-style, breaded cutlet Bologna-style, rice tart.


Places of Interest

The journey to discover Bologna starts in Piazza Maggiore, the historic soul of the city overlooked by ancient buildings such as Palazzo Re Enzo, Palazzo dei Notai and Palazzo d’Accursio. The fountain of Neptune dominates the square of the same name. It is a monumental piece of work by sculptor Giambologna and rises majestically opposite Sala Borsa, a building that encompasses the ruins of the Roman city. The historic Palazzo dell’Archiginnasio definitely deserves a visit, home to the Anatomical Theatre, the original location of the oldest University in the West founded in 1088, as well as the Basilica of San Petronio, which houses the biggest sundial in the world. On strolling around the porticoes and squares, you come across the two famous Towers: the Asinelli tower soars upward together with the Garisenda tower from which the main streets radiate.

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