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GIRO D’ITALIA 2015

1. San Lorenzo Al Mare – Sanremo (TTT)
9 May 2015 |  | profile | 17,6 km
✩ Orica-GreenEDGE
2. Albenga – Genova
10 May 2015 | | profile | 177 km
✩ Elia Viviani (SKY)
3. Rapallo – Sestri Levante
11 May 2015 | | profile | 136 km
✩ Michael Matthews (OGE)
4. Chiavari – La Spezia
12 May 2015 | | profile | 150 km
✩ Davide Formolo (TCG)
5. La Spezia – Abetone
13 May 2015 | | profile | 152 km
✩ Jan Polanc (LAM)
6. Montecatini Terme – Castiglione della Pescaia
14 May 2015 | | profile | 183 km
✩ André Greipel (LTS)
7. Grosseto – Fiuggi
15 May 2015 | | profile | 264 km
✩ Diego Ulissi (LAM)
8. Fiuggi – Campitello Matese
16 May 2015 | | profile | 186 km
✩ Beñat Intxausti (MOV)
9. Benevento – San Giorgio del Sannio
17 May 2015 | | profile | 215 km
✩ Paolo Tiralongo (AST)
> REST DAY 18 May 2015 
10. Civitanova Marche – Forlì
19 May 2015 | | profile | 200 km
✩ Nicola Boem (BAR)
11. Forlì – Imola (Autodromo Ferrari)
20 May 2015 | | profile | 153 km
✩ Ilnur Zakarin (KAT)
12. Imola – Vicenza
21 May 2015 | | profile | 190 km
✩ Philippe Gilbert (BMC)
13. Montecchio Maggiore – Jesolo
22 May 2015 | | profile | 147 km
✩ Sacha Modolo (LAM)
14. Treviso – Valdobbiadene (ITT)
23 May 2015 | | profile | 59,4 km
✩ Vasil Kiryienka (SKY)
15. Marostica – Madonna di Campiglio
24 May 2015 | | profile | 165 km
✩ Mikel Landa (AST)
> REST DAY 25 May 2015 
16. Pinzolo – Aprica
26 May 2015 | | profile | 174 km
✩ Mikel Landa (AST)
17. Tirano – Lugano
27 May 2015 | | profile | 134 km
✩ Sacha Modolo (LAM)
18. Melidee – Verbania
28 May 2015 | | profile | 172 km
✩ Philippe Gilbert (BMC)
19. Gravellona Toce – Cervinia
29 May 2015 | | profile | 236 km
✩ Fabio Aru (AST)
20. Saint-Vincen – Sestriere
30 May 2015 | | profile | 196 km
✩ Fabio Aru (AST)
21. Torino – Milano
31 May 2015 | | profile | 185 km
✩ Iljo Keisse (EQS)

Alberto Contador (TCS)
Giacomo Nizzolo (TFR)
Giovanni Visconti (MOV)
Fabio Aru (AST)

General Classification:
1. Alberto Contador (TCS)
2. Fabio Aru (AST)
3. Mikel Landa (AST)

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Profile Giro 2015

Sources: www.gazzetta.it | www.steephill.tv

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GIRO D’ITALIA 2014

1. Belfast – Belfast (TTT)
9 May 2014 |  | profile | 21,7 km
✩ Orica GreenEDGE
2. Belfast – Belfast
10 May 2014 | | profile | 219 km
✩ Marcel Kittel (GIA)
3. Armagh – Dublin
11 May 2014 | | profile | 187 km
✩ Marcel Kittel (GIA)
> REST DAY 12 May 2014 
4. Giovinazzo – Bari
13 May 2014 | | profile | 112 km
✩ Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ)
5. Taranto – Viggiano
14 May 2014 | | profile | 203 km
✩ Diego Ulissi (LAM)
6. Sassano – Montecassino
15 May 2014 | | profile | 247 km
✩ Michael Matthews (OGE)
7. Frosinone – Foligno
16 May 2014 | | profile | 211 km
✩ Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ)
8. Foligno – Montecopiolo
17 May 2014 | | profile | 179 km
✩ Diego Ulissi (LAM)
9. Lugo – Sestola
18 May 2014 | | profile | 172 km
✩ Pieter Weening (OGE)
> REST DAY 19 May 2014 
10. Modena – Salsomaggiore Terme
20 May 2014 | | profile | 173 km
✩ Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ)
11. Collecchio – Savona
21 May 2014 | | profile | 249 km
✩ Michael Rogers (TCS)
12. Barbaresco – Barolo (ITT)
22 May 2014 | | profile | 41,9 km
✩ Rigoberto Urán (OPQ)
13. Fossano – Rivarolo Canavese
23 May 2014 | | profile | 157 km
✩ Marco Canola (BAR)
14. Agliè – Oropa
24 May 2014 | | profile | 164 km
✩ Enrico Battaglin (BAR)
15. Valdengo – Plan di Montecampione
25 May 2014 | | profile | 225 km
✩ Fabio Aru (AST)
> REST DAY 26 May 2014 
16. Ponte di Legno – Val Martello/Martelltal
27 May 2014 | | profile | 139 km
✩ Nairo Quintana (MOV)
17. Sarnonico – Vittorio Veneto
28 May 2014 | | profile | 208 km
✩ Stefano Pirazzi (BAR)
18. Belluno – Rif. Panarotta (Valsugana)
29 May 2014 | | profile | 171 km
✩ Julián Arredondo (TFR)
19. Bassano del Grappa – Cima Grappa (ITT)
30 May 2014 | | profile | 26,8 km
✩ Nairo Quintana (MOV)
20. Maniago – Monte Zoncolan
31 May 2014 | | profile | 167 km
✩ Michael Rogers (TCS)
21. Gemona del Friuli – Trieste
1 June 2014 | | profile | 172 km
✩ Luka Mezgec (GIA)

General Classification
1. Nairo Quintana (MOV)
2. Rigoberto Urán (OPQ)
3. Fabio Aru (AST)

Nairo Quintana (MOV)
Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ)
Julián Arredondo (TFR)
Nairo Quintana (MOV)



Sources: www.gazzetta.it | www.steephill.tv

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GIRO D’ITALIA 2013

1. Napoli – Napoli
4 May 2013 |  | profile | 130 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (OPQ)
2. Ischia – Forio (TTT)
5 May 2013 |  | profile | 17,4 km
Winner: Sky Procycling
3. Sorrento – Marina di Ascea
6 May 2013 |  | profile | 222 km
Winner: Luca Paolini (KAT)
4. Policastro Bussentino – Serra San Bruno
7 May 2013 |  | profile | 246 km
Winner: Enrico Battaglin (BAR)
5. Cosenza – Matera
8 May 2013 |  | profile | 203 km
Winner: John Degenkolb (ARG)
6. Mola di Bari – Margherita di Savoia
9 May 2013 |  | profile | 169 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (OPQ)
7. San Salvo – Pescara
10 May 2013 |  | profile | 177 km
Winner: Adam Hansen (LTB)
8. Gabicce Mare – Saltara (ITT)
11 May 2013 |  | profile | 54,8 km
Winner: Alex Dowsett (MOV)
9. San Sepolcro – Firenze
12 May 2013 |  | profile | 170 km
Winner: Maxim Belkov (KAT)
> REST DAY 13 May 2012   
10. Cordenons – Altopiano del Montasio
14 May 2013 |  | profile | 167 km
Winner: Rigoberto Uran (SKY)
11. Tarvisio (Cave del Predil) – Vajont (Erto e Casso)
15 May 2013 |  | profile | 182 km
Winner: Ramunas Navardauskas (GRS)
12. Longarone – Treviso
16 May 2013 |  | profile | 134 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (OPQ)
13. Busseto – Cherasco
17 May 2013 |  | profile | 254 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (SKY)
14. Cervere – Bardonecchia
18 May 2013 |  | profile | 168 km
Winner: Mauro Santambrogio (VIN)
15. Cesana Torinese – Col du Galibier (Valloire)
19 May 2013 |  | profile | 149 km
Winner: Giovanni Visconti (MOV)
REST DAY 20 May 2012  
16. Valloire – Ivrea
21 May 2013 |  | profile | 238 km
Winner: Beñat Intxausti (MOV)
17. Caravaggio – Vicenza
22 May 2013 |  | profile | 214 km
Winner: Giovanni Visconti (MOV)
18. Mori – Polsa (ITT)
23 May 2013 |  | profile | 20,6 km
Winner: Vincenzo Nibali (AST)
19. Ponte di Legno – Val Martello/Martelltal
24 May 2013 |  | profile | 139 km
CANCELLED DUE TO BAD WEATHER
20. Silandro/Schlanders – Tre Cime di Lavaredo
25 May 2013 |  | profile | 203 km
Winner: Vincenzo Nibali (AST)
21. Riese Pio X – Brescia
26 May 2013 |  | profile | 197 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (OPQ)

General Classification:
1. Vincenzo Nibali (AST)
2. Rigoberto Uran (SKY)
3. Cadel Evans (BMC)

Points Classification:
Mark Cavendish (OPQ)
Mountains Classification:
Stefano Pirazzi (BAR)
Youth Classification:
Carlos Betancur (ALM)
Teams Classification:
Sky Procycling


 

Sources: www.gazzetta.it | www.steephill.tv

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GIRO D’ITALIA 2012

1. Herning (ITT)
5 May 2012 | | profile | 8,7 km
Winner: Taylor Phinney (BMC)
2. Herning – Herning
6 May 2012 | | profile | 206 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (SKY)
3. Horsens – Horsens
7 May 2012 | | profile | 190 km
Winner: Matthew Goss (OGE)
> REST DAY 8 May 2012
4. Verona (TTT)
9 May 2012 | | profile | 33,2 km
Winner: Team Garmin-Barracuda
5. Modena – Fano
10 May 2012 | | profile | 209 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (SKY)
6. Urbino – Porto Sant’Elpidio
11 May 2012 | | profile | 210 km
Winner: Miguel Rubiano (AND)
7. Recanati – Rocca di Cambio
12 May 2012 | | profile | 205 km
Winner: Paolo Tiralongo (AST)
8. Sulmona – Lago Laceno
13 May 2012 | | profile | 229 km
Winner: Domenico Pozzovivo (COG)
9. San Giorgio del Sannio – Frosinone
14 May 2012 | | profile | 166 km
Winner: Francesco Ventoso (MOV)
10. Civitavecchia – Assisi
15 May 2012| | profile | 186 km
Winner: Joaquim Rodríguez (KAT)
11. Assisi – Montecatini Terme
16 May 2012| | profile | 255 km
Winner: Roberto Ferrari (AND)
12. Seravezza – Sestri Levante
17 May 2012 | | profile | 155 km
Winner: Lars Ytting Bak (LTB)
13. Savona – Cervere
18 May 2012 | | profile | 121 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (SKY)
14. Cherasco – Cervinia
19 May 2012 | | profile | 206 km
Winner: Andrey Amador (MOV)
15. Busto Arsizio – Lecco-Pian dei Resinelli
20 May 2012 | | profile | 169 km
Winner: Matteo Rabottini (FAR)
> REST DAY 21 May 2012
16. Limone sul Garda – Falzes-Pfalzen
22 May 2012 | | profile | 173 km
Winner: Ion Izagirre (EUS)
17. Falzes-Pfalzen – Cortina d’Ampezzo
23 May 2012 | | profile | 186 km
Winner: Joaquim Rodríguez (KAT)
18. San Vito di Cadore – Vedelago
24 May 2012 | | profile | 149 km
Winner: Andrea Guardini (FAR)
19. Treviso – Alpe di Pampeago
25 May 2012 | | profile | 198 km
Winner: Roman Kreuziger (AST)
20. Caldes-Val di Sole – Passo dello Stelvio
26 May 2012 | | profile | 219 km
Winner: Thomas De Gendt (VCD)
21. Milano (ITT)
27 May 2012 | | profile | 30,1 km
Winner: Marco Pinotti (BMC)

General Classification:
1. Ryder Hesjedal (GRM)
2. Joaquim Rodríguez (KAT)
3. Thomas De Gendt (VCD)

Points Classification:
Joaquim Rodríguez (KAT)
Mountains Classification:
Matteo Rabottini (FAR)
Youth Classification:
Rigoberto Urán (SKY)
Teams Classification:
Lampre – ISD

Sources: www.gazzetta.it | www.steephill.tv

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GIRO D’ITALIA 2011

1. Venaria Reale – Torino (TTT)
7 May 2011 |  | profile | 19,3 km
Winner: Team HTC-Highroad
2. Alba – Parma
8 May 2011 |  | profile | 244 km
Winner: Alessandro Petacchi (LAM)
3. Reggio Emilia – Rapallo
9 May 2011 |  | profile | 173 km
Winner: Angel Vicioso (AND)
4. Genova Quarto dei Mille – Livorno
10 May 2011 |  | profile | 216 km
RIP Wouter Weylandt
5. Piombino – Orvieto
11 May 2011 |  | profile | 191 km
Winner: Pieter Weening (RAB)
6. Orvieto – Fiuggi
12 May 2011 |  | profile | 216 km
Winner: Francisco Ventoso (MOV)
7. Maddaloni – Montevergine di Mercogliano
13 May 2011 |  | profile | 110 km
Winner: Bart de Clercq (OLO)
8. Sapri – Tropea
14 May 2011 |  | profile | 217 km
Winner: Oscar Gatto (FAR)
9. Messina – Etna
15 May 2011 |  | profile | 169 km
Winner: Alberto Contador (SBS)
> REST DAY 16 May 2011    
10. Termoli – Teramo
17 May 2011|  | profile | 159 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (THR)
11. Tortoreto Lido – Castefidardo
18 May 2011|  | profile | 142 km
Winner: John Gadret (ALM)
12. Castefidardo – Ravenna
19 May 2011 |  | profile | 184 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (THR)
13. Spilimbergo – Grossglockner (Austria)
20 May 2011 |  | profile | 167 km
Winner:  José Rujano (AND)
14. Lienz (Austria) – Monte Zoncolan
21 May 2011 |  | profile | 210 km
Winner: Igor Antón (EUS)
15. Conegliano – Gardeccia Val di Fassa
22 May 2011 |  | profile | 229 km
Winner: Mikel Nieve (EUS)
REST DAY 23 May 2011  
16. Belluno – Nevegal (ITT)
24 May 2011 |  | profile | 12,7 km
Winner: Alberto Contador (SBS)
17. Feltre – Tirano
25 May 2011 |  | profile | 230 km
Winner: Diego Ulissi (LAM)
18. Morbegno – San Pellegrino Terme
26 May 2011 |  | profile | 151 km
Winner: Eros Capecchi (LIQ)
19. Bergamo – Macugnaga
27 May 2011 |  | profile | 209 km
Winner: Paolo Tiralongo (AST)
20. Verbania – Sestrière
28 May 2011 |  | profile | 242 km
Winner: Vasil Kiryienka (MOV)
21. Milano – Milano (ITT)
29 May 2011 |  | profile | 26 km
Winner: David Millar (SKY)

General Classification:
1. Alberto Contador (SBS)
2. Michele Scarponi (LAM)
3. Vincenzo Nibali (LIQ)

 

Sources: www.gazzetta.it | www.steephill.tv

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GIRO D’ITALIA 2010

1. Amsterdam – Amsterdam (ITT)
8 May 2010 ~ 8,4 km
Winner: Bradley Wiggins (SKY)
2. Amsterdam – Utrecht
9 May 2010 ~ 209 km
Winner: Tyler Farrar (GRM)
3. Amsterdam – Middelburg
10 May 2010 ~ 209 km
Winner: Wouter Weylandt (QST)
4. Savigliano – Cuneo (TTT)
12 May 2010 ~ 32,5 km
Winner: Team Liquigas
5. Novara – Novi Ligure
13 May 2010 ~ 168 km
Winner: Jérôme Pineau (QST)
6. Fidenza – Carrara
14 May 2010 ~ 166 km
Winner: Matthew Lloyd (OMP)
7. Carrara – Montalcino
15 May 2010 ~ 215 km
Winner: Cadel Evans (BMC)
8. Chianciano Terme – Terminillo
16 May 2010 ~ 189 km
Winner: Chris Anker Sørensen (SAX)
9. Frosinone – Cava De’ Tirreni
17 May 2010 ~ 188 km
Winner: Matthew Goss (TCO)
10. Avellino – Bitonto
18 May 2010 ~ 220 km
Winner: Tyler Farrar (GRM)
11. Lucera – L’Aquila
19 May 2010 ~ 256 km
Winner: Evgeni Petrov (KAT)
12. Città Sant’Angelo – Porto Recanati
20 May 2010 ~ 191 km
Winner: Filippo Pozzato (KAT)
13. Porto Recanati – Cesenatico
21 May 2010 ~ 222 km
Winner: Manuel Belletti (CSF)
14. Ferrara – Asolo
22 May 2010 ~ 201 km
Winner: Vincenzo Nibali (LIQ)
15. Mestre – Monte Zoncolan
23 May 2010 ~ 218 km
Winner: Ivan Basso (LIQ)
16. San Vigilio/St. Vigil – Plan de Corones/Kronoplatz (ITT)
25 May 2010 ~ 12,9 km
Winner: Stefano Garzelli (ASA)
17. Brunico/Bruneck – Peio Terme
26 May 2010 ~ 173 km
Winner: Damien Monier (COF)
18. Levico Terme – Brescia
27 May 2010 ~ 151 km
Winner: André Greipel (TCO)
19. Brescia – Aprica
28 May 2010 ~ 195 km
Winner: Michele Scarponi (AND)
20. Bormio – Ponte di Legno – Tonale
29 May 2010 ~ 178 km
Winner: Johann Tschopp (BTL)
21. Verona – Verona (ITT)
30 May 2010 ~ 15,3 km
Winner: Gustav Erik Larsson (SAX)

General Classification:
1. Ivan Basso (LIQ)
2. David Arroyo Duran (GCE)
3. Vincenzo Nibali (LIQ)


Sources: www.gazzetta.it | www.steephill.tv