Cycling: Giro d’Italia to run from Turin to Milan, May 8-30

(ANSA) – MILAN, FEB 24 – This year’s 104th Giro d’Italia will
run from Turin to Milan from May 8-30, organisers said
    The 21-stage round-Italy bike race, the second biggest in the
world after the Tour de France, will this year have a record
overall difference in height of 46,900 metres.
    There will be two time trials, six stages for sprinters, and
seven high-mountain stages including six uphill finishes.
    The race will leave Italy twice, popping into Slovenia and
    It will cover 14 of Italy’s 20 regions, excluding Basilicata,
Calabria, Sicily, Sardinia, Liguria and Val d’Aosta. (ANSA).


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