The thirty fourth version of the Giro d’Italia Donne, organised by way of PMG Game/Starlight, will quilt a complete of 928 kilometres throughout 5 areas of Tuscany, Emilia-Romagna, Piedmont, Liguria and Sardinia.
The development has been decreased to 9 phases this yr and can start in Chianciano Terme on June 30 and lead to Olbia, Sardinia, on July 9, and come with one leisure day on July 7.
The primary function of this yr’s race would be the Passo (Pian) del Lupo, which is marked because the ‘Cima Coppi’ of the Giro d’Italia Donne, the very best height of the race, on level 5.
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June 30 – Level 1: Chianciano, 4,4km (ITT)
The outlet level will be offering the sphere a 4.4km person time trial in Chianciano Terme that may swimsuit the tough time trial consultants taking a look to take the development’s first maglia rosa.
July 1 – Level 2: Bagno a Ripoli to Marradi, 102,1km
The second one day of racing might be a 102.1km race from Bagno a Ripoli to Marradi that features a class two odor over the Passo della Colla as regards to the end in Marradi, which might see an early shake-up within the classification.
July 2 – Level 3: Formigine to Modena, 118,2km
Level 3 is a 118.2km race from Formigine to Modena, which incorporates a class 3 climb at Villa Bianca-Marano, however may just in the long run swimsuit a breakaway of a dash.
July 3 – Level 4: Fidenza to Borgo Val di Taro, 134km
Level 4 will provide a 134km race from Fidenza to Borgo Val di Taro.
July 4 – Level 5: Salassa to Ceres, 103,3km
Level 5 is a 103km race from Salassa to Ceres however starts with a class one climb alongside the Passo (Pian) del Lupo, which is marked because the ‘Cima Coppi’ of the Giro d’Italia Donne, the very best height of the race.
The Passo (Pian) del Lupo climb will get started from the Castellamonte-side and is kind of 16km.
There also are double class 3 ascents at Vietti and Sant’Ignazio ahead of the run-in to Ceres.
July 5 – Level 6: Canelli to Canelli, 104,4km
Level 6 provides the sphere a hilly 104.4km loop to and from Canelli with triple class 3 ascents in Castino, Calosso and Santo Stefano.
July 6 – Level 7: Albenga to Alassio, 109,1km
On level 7, the peloton will race 109.1km from Albenga to Alassio, travelling alongside the Ligurian beach after which racing inland to take on the class 3 Passo del Ginestro, after which the double class two ascents in Vioneto and Salita ahead of a summit end at the class 3 climb to Alassio.
July 8 – Level 8: Nuoro to Sassari, 125,7km
The penultimate day of racing starts on Sardinia. Level 8 might be 125.7km from Nuoro to Sassari with only one class 3 ascent at Romana-Ittiri.
July 9 – Level 9: Sassari to Olbia, 126,8km
The nine-day race will conclude on level 9 with a 126.8km from Sassari to Olbia, which starts with a class one climb at Osilo and in addition features a class 3 climb ahead of a run-in to Olbia, the place the total champion might be topped.