2019 Giro Rosa Route Partially Presented

Annemiek Van Vleuten (Mitchelton-Scott) is the leader of the Giro Rosa after stage 7

The route for the 2019 Giro Rosa was partially unveiled today in Udine, and will start with a team time trial ending in Fausto Coppi's hometown. Details of the final two stages of the ten-day race were also announced, with the full presentation coming next March. The 30th edition of the race will begin in Cassano Spinola, Piedmont with a hilly team time trial on the 4th July. The 18km stage will end in Castellania, the hometown of Fausto Coppi, on the 100th anniversary of his birth. The eastern city of Udine will host the final stage on the 14th July. Stage eight will finish in Maniago, host city of the 2018 Para-cycling Road World Championships. The final stage will begin in San Vito del Tagliamento and finish atop the cobbled climb to the Castle of Udine after 118.6km of racing. Meanwhile, the penultimate stage nine will run 125.4km from ...

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