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Stage 21, 01 Jun 2014, Start 12:35

Gemona del Friuli - Trieste

Along with the first stage, the last is one of the most prestigious to win. Forgoing the traditional finish in Milan, the finish line is positioned in Trieste at the end of a stage that is favourable to sprinters. In the picture-postcard finish of the "Corso Rosa 2014", there will be two men with arms held high: the strongest sprinter among them who will have completed the third week of the race and the winner of the pink jersey who will succeed Vincenzo Nibali. A round of applause!

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Luka Mezgec
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400-500ml Iso Drink + 200-250ml of water + 1 Multicarbo Gel

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Contender Overall time
1. Nairo Quintana 88:14:32
2. Rigoberto Uran + 2:58
3. Fabio Aru + 4:04
4. Pierre Rolland + 5:46
5. Domenico Pozzovivo + 6:32
6. Rafal Majka + 7:04
7. Wilco Kelderman + 11:00
8. Cadel Evans + 11:51
9. Ryder Hesjedal + 13:35
10. Robert Kiserlovski + 15:49

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Player Points
HARITZ L. 845
Albert S. 778
Lee W. 700
Tino M. 700
Maik N. 650
Philipp E. 612
Roger S. 605
Cristina C. 600
Hans D. 600
Daniel G. 579

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Monday, 02. June 2014 Luka Mezgec wins the final sprint as Quintana is crowned champion Read more... Close news

Slovenia's Luka Mezgec won the final stage, ahead of Nizzolo, Farrar, Bouhanni and Ferrari. Nairo Quintana became the first ever Colombian winner of the Giro. His compatriot Rigoberto Uran came second, followed by Italy's Fabio Aru.

Luka Mezgec triumphed in Trieste, winning the final sprint of the last stage of the 97th Giro d'Italia. The Slovenian Giant-Shimano rider shook off Nizzolo, Farrar, Bouhanni Ferrari to secure his first win of this year's race. He is a teammate of Marcel Kittel, who won the first two sprints but was forced to pull out with a fever before the fourth stage.FINAL PODIUM Nairo Quintana won this year's Giro, 3:07 seconds ahead of compatriot Rigoberto Uran (Omega Quick Step), who finished second for the second consecutive year. The last rider to do this was Pavel Tonkov in 1997 and 1998. Fabio Aru (Astana) secured a superb third place at 4:04 seconds. The rider, who turns 24 on 3 July, won last Sunday's climb to Montecampione, as well as coming second on the Monte Grappa climb. The last Italian of his age to win a podium place was Damiano Cunego in 2004 at 22 years and 8 months.RECORD Nairo Quintana is the first ever Colombian to win the Giro d'Italia and it is only the second time that a country other than Italy has taken the top two positions. Switzerland is the only other to achieve it, with Clerici and Koblet in 1954. Quintana also won the white jersey of best young rider, just like Eugene Berzin in 1994, and has won the Giro d'Italia on his debut. Since 1990 Spaniards Miguel Indurain and Alberto Contador are the only others to have achieved this feat. No European wore the pink jersey at any stage of the race for the first time in history and it's the first time an Italian hasn't worn it since 1992.ARRIVAL POSITIONS 1. Luka Mezgec (SLO, Giant); 2. Nizzolo; 3. Farrar (USA); 4. Bouhanni (FRA); 5. Ferrari; 6. Duque (COL); 7. Paolini; 8. Van Der Sande (BEL); 9. Bozic (RUS); 10. Keisse (BEL).GENERAL CLASSIFICATION 1. Nairo Quintana (COL, Movistar) in 88:14:32"; 2. Uran (COL) +2:58"; 3 Aru +4:04"; 4. Rolland (FRA) +5:46"; 5. Pozzovivo +6:32"; 6. Majka (POL) +7:04"; 7. Kelderman (NETHS) +11:00"; 8. Evans (AUS) +11:51"; 9. Hesjedal (CAN) +13:35"; 10. Kiserlovski (CRO) +15:49".     

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Saturday, 31. May 2014 Rogers wins on the Zoncolan. Quintana has the Giro in his grasp. Read more... Close news

Australia's Michael Rogers powered to victory on the mythical Monte Zoncolan, his second stage win after Savona. Fabio Aru held onto the third place in the general classification.

Michael Rogers won the 20th stage of the Giro d'Italia on Saturday, to add to his previous stage win in Savona. The legendary Monte Zoncolan made its fifth ever appearance in the race, conquered previously by Gilberto Simoni (twice), Ivan Basso and Igor Anton. On Saturday the Tinkoff-Saxo rider broke away at the start and on the Zoncolan pulled further ahead of Italy's Francesco Manuel Bongiorno, who unfortunately tangled with a spectator nearly 2 km from the end. At the finish, the three-time world time trial champion finished in 4:41:55". Franco Pellizotti came second 38 seconds behind, with Francesco Manuel Bongiorno trailing at 48 seconds, followed by the other riders in the initial breakaway. The pink jersey holder Nairo Quintana was at 4:44", ahead of Rigoberto Uran. Fabio Aru closed at 5:01". The top three places in this year's Giro have been settled: Nairo Quintana is 3:07" ahead of Rigoberto Uran, making it a double win for Colombia. Uran, among other things, was second in 2013 just behind Nibali. Italy's Fabio Aru, winner last Sunday in Montecampione, is third overall, after a wonderful Giro despite being unable to keep up with the two Colombians on Saturday. The grand finale, most likely in the sprint, takes place on Sunday 1 June in Trieste.ARRIVAL TIMES 1. Michael Rogers (AUS, Tinkoff) in 4:41:55"; 2. Pellizzotti +38"; Bongiorno +49"; 4 Roche (IRL) +1:35"; 5 Bookwalter (USA) +1:37"; 6. Chalapud (COL) +1:46"; 7. Preidler (AUT) +1:52"; 8. Monfort (BEL) +2:12"; 9. Cataldo +2:24"; 10. Gescke (GER) +2:37".GENERAL CLASSIFICATION 1. Nairo Quintana (COL, Movistar) in 83:50:25"; 2. Uran (COL) +3:07"; 3 Aru +4:04"; 4. Rolland (FRA) +5:46"; 5. Pozzovivo +6:41"; 6. Majka (POL) +7:13"; 7. Kelderman (NETHS) +11:09"; 8. Evans (AUS) +12:00"; 9. Hesjedal (CAN) +13:35"; 10. Kiserlovski (CRO) +15:49".    

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Wednesday, 28. May 2014 Pirazzi wins in Vittorio Veneto. Quintana keeps the pink jersey Read more... Close news

Italy's Stefano Pirazzi notched up his first win as a professional and his Reverberi Team recorded their third of this Giro. The general classification stayed the same. The race continues on Thursday 29 June with an uphill finish at the Panarotta refuge.

Stefano Pirazzi won the 17th stage of the Giro d'Italia, 208 km from Sarnonico to Vittorio Veneto (Treviso). The Bardiani-CSF rider, who last year won the blue jersey of King of the Mountains (GPM), pulled away from the leading group with a spurt 1,300 metres from the finish. Wellens, McCarthy, De Gendt and Montaguti were right behind. Then came Veikkanen, in sixth, who raised his arms thinking he had won, while Pirazzi in tears at the line, made an umbrella gesture in protest at all the criticism that had come his way. It was his first victory as a professional and Bardiani-CSF's third at this year's Giro, after Canola and Battaglin. There was nothing doing for the sprinters, cut off by the long-range breakaway and who now only have the final stage in Trieste on Sunday 1 June to look forward to. The peloton arrived 15:36" behind the winner. There was no great change in the general classification: Nairo Quintana (COL, Movistar) kept the pink jersey, 1:41" ahead of his Quick Step Omega compatriot Rigoberto Uran and 3:21" in front of Australian BMC rider Cadel Evans. Fabio Aru is the highest ranked Italian in sixth, 3:34" behind. The 18th stage takes place on Thursday 29 May: 171 km from Belluno to Panarotta refuge, with an uphill finish.ARRIVAL TIMES 1. Stefano Pirazzi (Bardiani) in 4:38:11"; 2. Wellens (BEL); 3. McCarthy (AUS); 4. De Gendt (BEL); 5. Montaguti; 6. Veikkanen (FIN) +28"; 7. Geschke (GER); 8. Felline; 9. Canola; 10. Pauwels (BEL).GENERAL CLASSIFICATION 1. Nairo Quintana (COL, Movistar) in 73:05:31"; 2. Uran (COL) +1:41"; 3. Evans (AUS) +3:21"; 4. Rolland (FRA) +3:26"; 5. Majka (POL) +3:28"; 6. Aru +3:34"; 7. Pozzovivo +3:49"; 8. Kelderman (NETHS) +4'06"; 9. Hesjedal (CAN) +4:16"; 10. Kiserlovski (CRO) +8:02". 

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Monday, 26. May 2014 Aru powers to victory at Montecampione. Uran keeps the pink jersey Read more... Close news

Fabio Aru imposed himself 3 km from the finish. This was his first win as a professional. Uran increased his lead over Evans by 32 seconds.

Fabio Aru powered to a big win in the 225 km 15th stage of the Giro d'Italia on Sunday, with 1,665 metres uphill to the Plan di Montecampione, "Mount Pantani”. The Astana team's Sardinian climber, 23, achieved the first win of his professional career with a powerful burst about 3 km from the end. Then came Duarte, Quintana and Rolland 25 seconds behind, while the pink jersey Uran lagged 42 seconds in arrears. "I am delighted, my team has been right with me every day. My teammates were impressive. But I still need to learn a lot and improve. It's business as usual," said Aru shortly after the finish. The general classification now shows Rigoberto Uran (COL, Omega Quick Step) 1:03" ahead of Evans, 1:50" in front of Majka, 2:24" on Aru, 2:40" on Pozzovivo and 2'42" on Quintana. The Gazzetta dello Sport race takes its third and final day of rest on Monday 26 May. It will resume on Tuesday 27 May with a short but challenging stage, which includes climbing the Stelvio and Gavia (with its 2758 metre Cima Coppi, the highest point reached in a particular Giro, which is worth more points than the race's other first-category climbs) before arrival at altitude in Val Martello.ARRIVAL TIMES 1. Fabio Aru (Astana) in 5:33:05"; 2. Duarte (COL) +21"; 3. Quintana (COL) +23 "; 4. Rolland (FRA); 5. Uran (COL) +42"; 6. Majka (POL) +57"; 7. Pellizotti +1:08"; 8. Moreno (SPA); 9. Hesjedal (CAN) +1:13"10. Evans (AUS).GENERAL CLASSIFICATION Rigoberto Uran (Colombia / Omega Pharma - Quick-Step) 63:26:39"; 2. Evans (AUS) +1:03"; 3. Majka (POL) +1:50"; 4. Aru +2:24"; 5. Quintana (COL) +2:40 "; 6. Pozzovivo +2:42"; 7. Kelderman (NETHS) +3:04"; 8. Rolland (FRA) +4:47"; 9. Kiserlovski (CRO) +5:44";10. Poels (NETHS) +6:32". 

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Saturday, 24. May 2014 Canola wins at Rivarolo Canavese. Uran keeps the pink jersey Read more... Close news

Italy's Bardiani beat Rodriguez and Tulik in a surprise finale with no bunch sprint. There were no major changes to the general classification. Saturday sees a demanding uphill finish in Oropa.

Marco Canola won the 13th stage of the Giro d'Italia on Friday, 157 km from Fossano to Rivarolo Canavese. A bunch sprint looked on the cards, but this time the riders who broke away in the first hour prevailed. Marco Canola and his Bardiani-CSF team notched up their first stage win at this year's Giro. The 25 year old from Vicenza won a tight sprint against his two breakaway companions, Venezuela's Jackson Rodriguez and France's Angelo Tulik. The peloton, caught in a hailstorm near the finish, was led by Bouhanni, 11 seconds behind, ahead of Nizzolo and Viviani. There were no major changes to the general classification. Colombia's Rigoberto Uran (Omega-Quick Step), kept the pink jersey he took after his success in the time trial  from Barbaresco to Barolo on Thursday. He is 37 seconds ahead of Australian BMC rider Cadel Evans and 1:52" in front of Poland's Rafal Majka (Tinkoff). Domenico Pozzovivo is the highest placed Italian, lagging 2:32" behind in fourth. The 14th stage, 164 km from Aglie to an uphill finish in Santuario di (Biella) takes place on Saturday 24 May. The stage will be dedicated to Marco Pantani on the tenth anniversary of his death. Then there is another uphill finish in Montecampione on Sunday, the eve of the third and final day of rest.ARRIVAL TIMES 1. Marco Canola (Bardiani) 3:37:20" at an average of 43.343 km/h; 2. Jackson Rodriguez (VEN): 3. Tulik (FRA); 4. Bouhanni (FRA) +11"; 5. Nizzolo; 6. Viviani; 7. Mezgec (SLO); 8. Swift (GB); 9. Farrar (USA); 10. Bozic (SLO).GENERAL CLASSIFICATION Rigoberto Uran (COL, Omega) in 53:15:06"; 2. Evans (AUS) +37"; 3. Majka (POL) +1:52"; 4. Pozzovivo +2:32"; 5. Kelderman (NETHS) +2:50"; 6. Quintana (COL) +3:29"; 7. Aru +3:37"; 8. Poels (NETHS) +4:06"; 9. Morabito (SWI) +4:20"; 10. Kiserlovski (CRO) +4:41".       

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Friday, 23. May 2014 Uran wins in Barolo to take the pink jersey Read more... Close news

Omega's Rigoberto Uran won the 41.9 km time trial in wine country. Ulissi finished second after leading for most of the day


Colombia's Rigoberto Uran (Omega Pharma) enjoyed a double victory in the twelfth stage of the Giro d'Italia, a 41.9 km individual  time trial from Barbaresco to Barolo. The Colombian won in a time of 57:34'' to take the pink jersey. Diego Ulissi (Lampre) put in an excellent performance, finishing second at +1:16", in  time of 58:51''. Australia's Cadel Evans (BMC), race leader going into Thursday, finished third, 1:34'' behind Uran. He made a couple of mistakes towards the end, taking a corner wrong and then going off road, doing really well to stay in the saddle.TABLE Uran is now 37 seconds ahead of Evans in the general classification and 1:52'' in front of Poland's Rafal Majka (Tinkoff). Domenico Pozzovivo (AG2R) is  2:32'' behind in fourth. It was a day to forget for the other Colombian, Nairo Quintana (Movistar), one of the favourites for this year's Giro, who arrived thirteenth more than two and a half minutes behind Uran and is now sixth in the general classification, 3:29 behind the leader.RAIN AND SPRINT Driving rain and wind really handicapped the first cyclists to set off.  However, the top 20 in the general classification were the last to start, thus enjoying the advantage of better weather, with no rain and partially dried asphalt. Tobias Ludvigsson had a scare when he flew over the guardrail on the descent. He lay motionless on the ground for a few minutes before being taken to hospital. According to initial examinations the Swede has suffered no serious injuries.ARRIVAL TIMES 1. Rigoberto Uran (COL, Omega) in 57:34"; 2. Ulissi +1:17"; 3. Evans (AUS) +1:34"; 4. Majka (POL) +1:39"; 5; Brambilla +1:53"; 6. Poels (NETHS) +2:00"; 7. Kelderman (NETHS) +2:03"; 8. De Gendt (BEL) +2:07"; 9 Pozzovivo +2:09";10. Gretsch (GER) +2:12"GENERAL CLASSIFICATION 1. Rigoberto Uran (Colombia / Omega Pharma - Quick-Step) +49:37:35"; 2. Evans (AUS) +37"; 3. Majka (POL) +1:52"; 4. Pozzovivo +2:32"; 5. Kelderman (NETHS) +2:50"; 6. Quintana (COL) +3:29"; 7. Aru +3:37"; 8. Poels (NETHS) +4:06"; 9. Morabito (SWI) +4'20";10. Kiserlovski (CRO) +4:41"; 11. Basso +5:09";13. Brambilla +5:57"; 14. Ulissi +6:24".  

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Thursday, 22. May 2014 Giro: Rogers wins in Savona. Evans keeps the pink jersey Read more... Close news

Tinkoff's Michael Rogers notched up another success for Australia, winning the downhill sprint to the finish. Durbridge and Wegmann fell and retired, while Ulissi was bruised

Australia notched up yet another success in the Giro d'Italia. Tinkoff team rider, Michael Rogers, 34, pulled away to win the eleventh stage of the race, 249 km from Collecchio to Savona with the ascent of Naso di Gatto less than 30 kilometres from the end. Simon Geschke led the following pack, finishing 10 seconds behind Rogers. Then came Battaglin, Kelderman, Brambilla and Moreno Moser. Rogers dedicated his victory to his Italian wife Alessia and their three children. "At the top of the climb, I realised that most guys in the group were GC (General Classificaiton) contenders and this was the time to jump. So I went. From then on, it was all about keeping my head down, pedalling away and I guess I was a little lucky that the GC guys were probably looking at each other, hesitating a bit."FALLS There was no major change to the general classification as Evans kept the pink jersey. He is 57 seconds ahead of Uran, 1:10" in front of Majka and 1:20 ahead of the leading Italian, Domenico Pozzovivo. Michael Matthews, holder of the pink jersey for six days, didn't start due to physical problems. Australia's Durbridge and Germanys Wegmann withdrew during the stage after falls. Diego Ulissi also came off, appeared to be struggling a little uphill and lagged behind at the finish. The Gazzetta dello Sport race continues on Thursday 22 May with the 12th stage, one of the most anticipated: a time trial in wine country, 41.9 km from Barbaresco to Barolo that will have big ramifications for the general classification.ARRIVAL TIMES 1. Michael Rogers (AUS, Tinkoff) in 5:48:08" at an average of 43.086 km/h; 2. Geschke (GER) 10"; 3. Battaglin; 4. Kelderman (NETHS); 5. Brambilla; 6. Moser; 7. Hesjedal (CAN); 8: Rabottini; 9. Arevano Duarte (COL); 10. Vuillermoz (FRA).GENERAL CLASSIFICATION 1. Cadel Evans (AUS, BMC) in 48:39:04"; 2. Uran (COL) +57"; 3. Majka (POL) +1:10"; 4. Pozzovivo +1:20"; 5. Morabito (SWI) +1:31"; 6. Aru +1:39"; 7. Kelderman (NETHS)  +1:44"; 8. Quintana (COL) +1:45"; 9. Kiserlovski (CRO) +1:49"; 10. Basso +2:01".     

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Wednesday, 21. May 2014 Giro: Salsomaggiore, Bouhanni sprints home. Evans hangs on to the pink Read more... Close news

Salsomaggiore sees a third win for the Frenchman, who strengthens his lead in the points classification. Another second place for Giacomo Nizzolo, followed by the former leader Matthews, Ferrari and Battaglin. A fall near the finish triggered by Farrar

Nacer Bouhanni, the 23 year-old French rider from the FDJ team, has won the 10th stage of the Giro d’Italia, 173 km from Modena to Salsomaggiore Terme. This is Bouhanni's third success in this edition of the Giro. The stage was dedicated to Gino Bartali, who won in Salsomaggiore in 1936, on the centenary of his birth. The sprint saw another second place for Giacomo Nizzolo (Trek), followed by Matthews, Roberto Ferrari and Battaglin. Cadel Evans ninth. There was a big fall only 650 metres from the finish line triggered by Tyler Farrar: the American from the Garmin team touched the wheel of Ferrari ahead of him and ended up on the tarmac, taking with him Viviani and 7-8 other riders. Evans immediately swerved to the right to avoid the pile-up.pink jersey There were no significant changes in the overall standings, with Cadel Evans (Aus, Bmc) still in command (he lost the Belgian support rider Eijssen because of a fall). He has 57” on the Colombian Rigoberto Uran and 1'10" on the Polish rider Majka. The first Italian is Domenico Pozzovivo, fourth at 1’20”. Wednesday, 21 May will see the 11th stage, the second longest of this edition: 249 km from Collecchio to Savona with the Naso di Gatto (7 km at 8%) less than 30 km from the finish.ORDER OF ARRIVAL 1. Nacer Bohuanni (Fra, Fdj) in 4h01'13"; 2. Nizzolo; 3. Matthews (Aus); 4. Ferrari; 5. Battaglin; 6. Gusev (Rus); 7. Timmer (Neth) ; 8. Swift (Gbr); 9. Evans (Aus).GENERAL RANKINGS 1. Cadel Evans (Aus, Bmc) in 42h50'47"; 2 Uran (Col) at 57"; 3. Majka (Pol) at 1'10"; 4. Pozzovivo at 1'20"; 5. Morabito (Swi) at 1'31"; 6. Aru at 1'39"; 7. Ulissi at 1'43"; 8. Kelderman (Neth) at 1'44"; 9. Quintana (Col) at 1'45"; 10. Kiserlovski (Cro) at 1'49".  

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Monday, 19. May 2014 Giro: Weening wins, with Malacarne second, while Evans keeps the pink jersey Read more... Close news

Holland's Pieter Weening got the better of Italy's Davide Malacarne in the sprint. Domenico Pozzovivo finished third, gaining 30 seconds to move up to fourth in the overall table

Orica-GreenEdge rider Pieter Weening won the ninth stage of the Giro d'Italia, 172 km from Lugo to Sestola. He sprinted to victory in an uphill finish 1538 metres above sea level at Passo del Lupo in the province of Modena, a new finish for the Giro. Italy's Davide Malacarne (Europcar) came second. AG2R's Domenico Pozzovivo trailed 42 seconds behind in third, making up 30 seconds (including a four-second time bonus) on the leaders, having started the day 1:50" behind in tenth. Cadel Evans, the 37 year-old Australian BMC racer, kept his lead in the overall table, 57 seconds ahead of Rigoberto Uran. It was his second day in the pink jersey at the 2014 Giro and the fourth in his career, including the others in 2002 and 2010. Evans, third in 2013, is in his fourth Giro. Pozzovivo is now fourth, 1:20" behind the Australian. Francesco Chicchi pulled out before the start on Sunday due to injury. The Italian rider hasn't had a great Giro in all his eleven seasons as a pro. The 97th edition of the Gazzetta dello Sport race takes the second of its scheduled three days of rest on Monday 19 May. The tenth stage on Tuesday, from Modena to Salsomaggiore Terme, over 173 km, is for sprinters and is dedicated to Gino Bartali, three times winner of the Giro, whose 100th birth anniversary is celebrated in 2014.ARRIVAL 1. Pieter Weening (NETHS, Orica) 4:25:51"; 2. Malacarne; 3. Pozzovivo +40"; 4. Ulissi +1:08"; 5. Uran (Col); 6. Kelderman (NETHS); 7. Evans (AUS); 8. Cataldo; 9. Majka (POL); 10 Duarte Arevalo (COL).OVERALL TABLE 1. Cadel Evans (AUS, BMC) 39:49:34"; 2. Uran (COL) 57"; 3. Majka (POL) +1:10"; 4. Pozzovivo +1:20"; 5. Morabito (SWI) +1:31"; 6. Aru +1:39"; 7. Ulissi +1:43"; 8. Kelderman (NETHS) +1'44"; 9. Quintana (COL) +1:45"; 10 Kiserlovski (CRO) +1:49"                

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Sunday, 18. May 2014 Giro, stage eight: Ulissi wins at Montecopiolo, Evans in pink Read more... Close news

Behind the Tuscan, who already won the stage at Viggiano, Kiserlovski, Kelderman and Quintana. Tough day for Scarponi. The leader's jersey stays in Australia, passing from Matthews to Cadel Evans

Diego Ulissi, the 24-year old Tuscan from the Lampre-Merida team, has won the eighth stage of the Giro, 179 km from Foligno to Montecopiolo with an uphill finish, which also included the climb of Cippo di Carpegna, Marco Pantani’s favourite training mountain. The new overall leader is Cadel Evans. The 37 year-old Australian BMC rider, 3rd in 2013, who had previously donned the pink jersey for one day in 2002 and another in 2010. Behind Ulissi, clinching a double in this year’s Giro after his triumph at Viggiano (bringing his number of wins this season to four), came the Croatian Kiserlovksi and the Dutch rider Wilco Kelderman. They were followed by Quintana, Evans, Uran and Pozzovivo. Hot on their heels were Basso and Aru. Nothing going for Michael Matthews: after six days in pink, the Australian already threw in the towel at the start of the climb up the Carpegna, finishing well behind the leaders. It was a difficult day, also due to falls over the last few days, for Michele Scarponi, who dropped behind and out of the rankings: his hopes of winning the Giro are over. Tomorrow, the 97th edition of the Gazzetta dello Sport’s race will see the riders race to Sestola, for another uphill finish.Montecopiolo: super Ulissi   ORDER OF ARRIVAL1. Diego Ulissi (Lampre Merida) in 4h47’47”, at an average speed of 37.319 kmh; 2. Kiserlovski (Cro); 3. Kelderman (Neth) at 6"; 4. Quintana (Col); 5. Evans (Aus) at 8"; 6. Uran (Col); 7. Pozzovivo; 8. Majka (Pol) at 14"; 9. Aru at 17"; 10. Hesjedal (Can) at 20".GENERAL RANKINGS1. Cadel Evans (Aus, BMC) in 34h22'35"; 2. Urán (Col) at 57"; 3. Majka (Pol) at 1'10"; 4. Morabito (Swi) at 1'31"; 5. Aru at 1'39"; 6. Ulissi at 1'43"; 7. Kelderman (Neth) at 1'44"; 8. Quintana (Col) at 1'45"; 9. Kiserlovski (Cro) at 1'49"; 10. Pozzovivo at 1'50". 

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Saturday, 17. May 2014 Giro, sprint to Foligno: Bouhanni wins. Matthews keeps the pink jersey Read more... Close news

France's Nacer Bouhanni won again just like in Bari, ahead of Giacomo Nizzolo. Michael Matthews came fourth but still tops the overall table.

Nacer Bouhanni won the seventh stage of the Giro d'Italia, 211 km from Frosinone to Foligno. The French FDJ team rider, 23, again beat Italy's Giacomo Nizzolo in the final sprint. "I'm so sorry, it was a great opportunity," Nizzolo told RAI television.  Australia's Michael Matthews, fourth in the sprint behind Slovenia's Luka Mezgec, kept his lead in the overall table, which saw no significant changes to the top positions. The eighth and most challenging stage so far takes place on Saturday 17 May: 179 km from Foligno to an uphill finish in Montecopiolo. The stage includes the Cippo Carpegna, a climb much loved by Marco Pantani, who this year's Giro commemorates a decade after his death.ARRIVAL 1. Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ, FRA) in 5:16:05"2. Nizzolo (IT); 3. Mezgec (SLO); 4. Matthews (AUS); 5. Ferrari; 6. Farrar (USA); 7. Battaglin; 8. van Poppel (NETHS); 9. Rovny (RUS); 10. Viviani.OVERALL TABLE 1. Michael Matthews (Orica, AUS) in 29:34:19"; 2. Evans (AUS) +21"; 3. Uran (COL) +1:18"; 4. Majka (POL) +1:25"; 5. Morabito (SWI); 6. Rabottini; 7. Santaromita +1:47"; 8. Aru +1:51"; 9. Wellens (BEL) +1:52"; 10. Basso +2:06".    

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Friday, 16. May 2014 Giro stage six: Matthews wins at Montecassino to tighten his grip on the pink jersey Read more... Close news

Australia's Michael Matthews surprised Wellens and Evans to win on the climb, gaining almost a minute on his rivals. Big fall 11 kilometres from the finish: Caruso stayed down and then went off in an ambulance. Scarponi was more than 1:40" behind, as was Rodriguez

Michael Matthews won the sixth and longest stage of the Giro d'Italia: 257 km from Sassano, in the province of Salerno, to an uphill finish at the Abbey of Montecassino. The 23 year-old Australian Orica-GreenEdge rider notched up a surprise win on a stage that didn't look ideal for him, by outsprinting Belgium's Tim Wellens (Lotto), Cadel Evans (AUS, BMC) and Italy's Matteo Rabottini (Neri). Italian champion Ivan Santaromita came a few seconds behind in fifth.FALL The stage was marked by a number of falls at a big roundabout about 11 kilometres from the finish. Many riders went down but Giampaolo Caruso came out worst, lying prone on the ground for a long time before getting into the ambulance. Cadel Evans gained about 53 seconds on his direct rivals for the pink jersey and even more on the rest: Michele Scarponi lost about 1:45", while Purito Rodriguez was almost 8 minutes behind and pulled out of the Giro. Mauro Finetto finished eighth, and Friday's winner Diego Ulissi, came ninth ninth. Michael Matthews holds the pink jersey, 21 seconds ahead of Cadel Evans, 1:18" in front of Uran, 1:25" on Morabito and Rabottini, 1:47" on Santaromita, and 1:51" on Aru. Basso is ninth, 2:06" behind and Quintana tenth, 2:08" in arrears. The seventh stage of the Gazzetta dello Sport race takes place on Friday 16 May, 211 km from Frosinone to Foligno suited to sprinters or attackers from a distance.ARRIVAL 1. Michael Matthews (Orica, AUS) in 6:37:01". 2. Wellens (BEL); 3. Evans (AUS); 4. Rabottini; 5. Santaromita +13"; 6. Morabito (SWI) +23; 7. Kelderman (BEL) +49"; 8. Finetto; 9. Ulissi; 10. Duarte.OVERALL TABLE 1. Matthews; 2. Evans +21": 3. Uran +1:18"; 4. Morabito +1:25"; 5. Rabottini +1:25"; 6. Santaromita +1:47"; 7. Aru 1:5"; 8. Wellens +1:52"; 9. Basso +2:06"; 10. Quintana +2:08".   

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Thursday, 15. May 2014 Diego Ulissi wins the fifth stage to Viggiano: Matthews keeps the pink jersey Read more... Close news

A spectacular finale in the province of Potenza: Italian Lampre-Merida rider Diego Ulissi said he was enjoying himself after clinching his second career win at the Giro. Evans came second and Arredondo third. Australia's Michael Matthews kept first place overall with a great performance.

Diego Ulissi won the fifth stage of the 97th Giro d'Italia, 203 km from Taranto to Viggiano (with the first uphill finish of the race). The Tuscan Lampre-Merida rider clinched his second career win at the Giro d'Italia after Tirano (by arbitration) in 2011. "I'm enjoying myself," he told Rai after putting in a wonderful solo performance to the finish line in Viggiano, Cadel Evans (who earned a 6 second time bonus) came second and Colombian UCI ProTeam Trek rider Julian Arredondo third.RECORD Australian Orica-GreenEDGE rider Michael Matthews, kept the pink jersey to become the Australian with the most pink jerseys (4) in the history of the Giro. Pieter Weening is second and Cadel Evans third in the overall table. The sixth stage of the race takes place on Thursday 15  May, with 247 km from Sassano to Monte Cassino and another uphill finish.ARRIVAL 1. Diego Ulissi (Lampre) in 5:12:39"; 2. Evans (Aus) +1"; 3. Arredondo (Col); 4. Uran (Col); 5. Majka (Pol); 6. (Aus); 7. Rodriguez (Spa); 8. Kelderman (Ola); 9. Pozzovivo ; 10. Quintana (Col).OVERALL TABLE 1. Michael Matthews (Australia / Orica) in 17:41:23"2. Weening (Neths) +14"; 3. Evans (Aus) +15"; 4. Uran (Col) +19"; 5. Majka (Pol) +26"; 6. Boasson Hagen (Nor) +35"; 7. Roche (Irl) +37"; 8. Scarponi +41"; 9; Cataldo +49"; 10. Aru +52".   

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Thursday, 15. May 2014 Matthews wins at Montecassino to tighten his grip on the pink jersey Read more... Close news

Australia's Michael Matthews surprised Wellens and Evans to win on the climb, gaining almost a minute on his rivals. Big fall 11 kilometres from the finish: Caruso stayed down and then went off in an ambulance. Scarponi was more than 1:40" behind, as was Rodriguez

Michael Matthews won the sixth and longest stage of the Giro d'Italia: 257 km from Sassano, in the province of Salerno, to an uphill finish at the Abbey of Montecassino. The 23 year-old Australian Orica-GreenEdge rider notched up a surprise win on a stage that didn't look ideal for him, by outsprinting Belgium's Tim Wellens (Lotto), Cadel Evans (AUS, BMC) and Italy's Matteo Rabottini (Neri). Italian champion Ivan Santaromita came a few seconds behind in fifth.FALL The stage was marked by a number of falls at a big roundabout about 11 kilometres from the finish. Many riders went down but Giampaolo Caruso came out worst, lying prone on the ground for a long time before getting into the ambulance. Cadel Evans gained about 53 seconds on his direct rivals for the pink jersey and even more on the rest: Michele Scarponi lost about 1:45", while Purito Rodriguez was almost 8 minutes behind and pulled out of the Giro. Mauro Finetto finished eighth, and Friday's winner Diego Ulissi, came ninth ninth. Michael Matthews holds the pink jersey, 21 seconds ahead of Cadel Evans, 1:18" in front of Uran, 1:25" on Morabito and Rabottini, 1:47" on Santaromita, and 1:51" on Aru. Basso is ninth, 2:06" behind and Quintana tenth, 2:08" in arrears. The seventh stage of the Gazzetta dello Sport race takes place on Friday 16 May, 211 km from Frosinone to Foligno suited to sprinters or attackers from a distance.ARRIVAL 1. Michael Matthews (Orica, AUS) in 6:37:01". 2. Wellens (BEL); 3. Evans (AUS); 4. Rabottini; 5. Santaromita +13"; 6. Morabito (SWI) +23; 7. Kelderman (BEL) +49"; 8. Finetto; 9. Ulissi; 10. Duarte.OVERALL TABLE 1. Matthews; 2. Evans +21": 3. Uran +1:18"; 4. Morabito +1:25"; 5. Rabottini +1:25"; 6. Santaromita +1:47"; 7. Aru 1:5"; 8. Wellens +1:52"; 9. Basso +2:06"; 10. Quintana +2:08".    

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Wednesday, 14. May 2014 In Bari a great sprint by Bouhanni. Nizzolo and Veelers on the podium Read more... Close news

Fourth stage neutralized, and without time bonuses due to bad weather. Kittel failed to start, suffering from a fever. Matthews hangs on to the pink jersey. Wednesday the first uphill finish

Nacer Bouhanni (Fra, Fdj) won the fourth stage of the the Giro d’Italia, 112 km, from Giovinazzo to Bari, beset by bad weather in the early stages and by a series of falls on slippery roads towards the finish. For the 23-year-old Frenchman, who also had a puncture in the final stretch, this was the first stage win in a major race. At the last moment he overtook Veelers (Giant), who finished in third place, having also been overtaken by Giacomo Nizzolo (Trek), second. Fourth in was Ferrari, followed by Viviani and Montaguti. The last Frenchman to win a stage at the Giro was John Gadret in Castelfidardo in 2011.NO SPRINT Michael Matthews, the Australian rider from the Orica-GreenEdge team, hangs on to the pink jersey for the third day (equalling the other record for an Australian, Richie Porte in 2010), but didn’t take part in the sprint. The race directors had decided not to award time bonuses either at the intermediate checkpoint or at the finish line, and the times for the general ranking were taken at the bell for the last lap. This was because of the weather conditions and risks presented by certain points on the route. Marcel Kittel, who won in Belfast and Dublin, failed to start due to a fever. The Tour continues Wednesday 14 May with the fifth stage: 203 km from Taranto to Viggiano for the first uphill finish of this 97th edition.ORDER OF ARRIVAL 1. Nacer Bouhanni (Fdj, Fra); 2. Nizzolo; 3. Veelers (Neth); 4. Ferrari; 5. Viviani; 6. Montaguti; 7. De Haes (Bel); 8. Mezgec (Slo); 9 De Backer (Bel); 10. Chicchi.GENERAL RANKINGS 1. Michael Matthews (Orica GreenEdge, Aus) in 12h28'43"; 2. Petacchi a 8"; 3. Oss a 10"; 4. Santaromita a 14"; 5. Weening (Neth); 6. Durbridge (Aus); 7. Tuft (Can); 8. Pauwels (Bel) a 19"; 9. Uran (Col); 10. Vermote (Bel).

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Sunday, 11. May 2014 Kittel notches up a second win in Dublin. Matthews keeps the pink jersey Read more... Close news

Germany's Marcel Kittel celebrates 26th birthday with a second win, making a great comeback over the last few metres to beat Swift and Viviani. Another day in the lead for the Australian. Scarponi gains 11 second.

Marcel Kittel won the final sprint in the third stage of the 97th Giro d'Italia, 187 km from Armagh to Dublin. Giant-Shimano's 26-year old German produced a massive comeback over the last few metres of the sprint after having appeared too far behind. Swift, Viviani and Appollonio were all placed. There were a number of falls during the stage, which was assailed by wind and rain. Enrico Gasparotto, Michele Scarponi and Damiano Cunego were among those to take a tumble. There was a long attack, led by five riders (Godoy, Tjallingii, Dockx, Rubiano Chavez and Italy's Cecchinel), which ended with just over 7 km to go. A hole in the road helped Michele Scarponi to gain 11 seconds on all the other big names.Third stage, the Giro arrives in DublinHELLO IRELAND It's over now: the three-day Irish section of the Gazzetta dello Sport race was an outstanding success with the public. On Monday, it returns to Italy for the first of three rest days. It resumes on Tuesday with another good stage for sprinters, from Giovinazzo to Bari.  

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Saturday, 10. May 2014 A sprint victory for Marcel Kittel in Belfast. Matthews takes the pink jersey Read more... Close news

The German, on his debut in the Giro, strikes gold in the second stage, leaving Bouhanni, Nizzolo and Viviani in his wake. Due to their respective placings, the Australian takes the pink jersey from his teammate Tuft.

Marcel Kittel (Ger, Giant-Shimano) won the sprint finish in the 219-km second stage of the Giro, starting and finishing in Belfast, with the initial breakers, including Fedi from Luca Scinto’s Neri team, left trailing. The last to be reeled in was the Dutchman of the Belkin team, Tjallingii, 3.5 km from the finish line. Placings behind the winner: Bouhanni, Nizzolo, Viviani, Ferrari, Belletti, Swift, Matthews, Appollonio and Farrar. THE PINK JERSEY CHANGES HANDS Kittel, who is debuting at the Giro, previously won stages in the Tour (4) and Vuelta (1). Belfast also ushers in a new pink jersey, as Australia's Michael Matthews, eighth, takes the leadership from his teammate Svein Tuft due to better placings. Sunday 11 May sees the third and last stage in Ireland, 187 km from Armagh to Dublin. The Giro will be back in Italy on Monday for the first of three rest days.

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Friday, 09. May 2014 Orica win the team time trial. Svein Tuft is the first to take the pink leader's jersey Read more... Close news

An exciting first stage, with riders stretched out more than expected. Canada's Svein Tuft leads on his 37th birthday. Quintana takes a 38 second lead over Rodriguez. Dan Martin falls and pulls out

Orica GreenEdge won the opening team time trial of the 97th Giro d'Italia on Friday. Riders competed over over a 21.7 km route in Belfast (Northern Ireland). The route was packed and the riders received a warm reception. Time: 24:42, an average of 52.7. Canada's Svein Tuft was the first member of the Australian team (which includes Italy's Santaromita) to finish and take the pink jersey of race leader on the day of his 37th birthday. Garmin-Sharp was very unlucky to lose one of its captains, Ireland's Dan Martin, who slipped on a manhole cover and suffered a horrible fall.Stage 01THE LOSERS Petacchi and Uran's Omega-Quick Step team was second, 5 seconds behind, with the BMC team of Evans, Oss and Quinziato a further seven seconds in arrears. Nairo Quintana and Movistar were 38 seconds ahead of Purito Rodriguez and a disappointing Katusha. The second stage will be on Saturday: 219 km again in Belfast and good for sprinters. The Gazzetta dello Sport race will stay in Ireland on Sunday, with a finish in Dublin, before returning to Italy.       

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Friday, 09. May 2014 Martin, compound fracture Read more... Close news

In the Garmin team pile-up, Fernandez dislocated his left shoulder. The fall was triggered by the Irishman, falling foul of a manhole cover.

Compound fracture of the right collarbone, possibly requiring surgery. The medical report on Daniel Martin, the 27-year-old member of the Garmin Sharp team, who fell in the opening team time trial in Belfast, puts an end to his hopes in this year’s Giro. The Irish rider also suffered grazes to his elbow and right knee, according to the press release from the Victoria hospital where he was taken. The disastrous fall, which occurred on the straight about 7 km from the finish line, also involved three other teammates. Cardoso and Haas got away with grazes. Fernandez, meanwhile, made it to the finish line, but was found to have dislocated his left shoulder.MANHOLE COVER The pile-up was caused by Martin, betrayed by a manhole cover that had become extremely slippery due to the rain. In Donegall Square, where thousands of people had thronged in front of the finish line, the pictures of the fall, broadcast on giant screens, left the spectators stunned. The survivors of the Garmin team who made it to the finish line were applauded with real affection.

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Friday, 21. March 2014 Multipower to fuel Movistar and Cannondale Pro Cycling teams in 2014 Read more... Close news

We are pleased to announce we have added another leading cycling team to our roster of endurance athletes.

Team Movistar join Cannondale Pro Cycling as Multipower athletes for 2014 and both teams will be looking to achieve great results throughout this grueling season.

Team Movistar had a hugely successful season in 2013, winning the UCI World Championships. They have four national champions within the team and ten race winning riders including Colombian Nairo Quintana who finished runner up in the Tour de France and Alejandro Valverde who finished third in the Vuelta a Espana.

Eusebio Unzué, General Manager of Movistar said: “We are really pleased to be working with Multipower and I know the team are looking forward to using their products. When sportsmen and women train hard, it is important that they fuel themselves with the right nutrition. It is great to have Multipower as our provider of sports nutrition products and I’m sure they will help us achieve our goals of retaining our UCI World Championship crown and achieving success on the Grand Tours.”

The Cannondale team will be looking to take glory this year, particular following an outstanding 2013 season. With outstanding performances by Peter Sagan they took 36 victories. The talented Slovakian has already secured his first victory of the season for Cannondale in 2014, after taking the win on stage four of the Tour of Oman.

Tuesday, 04. March 2014 Giro d´Italia – The journey continues! Read more... Close news

We are proud to announce we have extended our successful partnership with the Giro d`Italia until 2015.

Widely considered to be the world’s most difficult bike race, the Giro d'Italia is famous for an impressive terrain and an exciting tournament structure. This year the Giro d'Italia takes the riders through the fantastic and dangerous landscape of Ireland. The tour starts in Belfast on the 9th of May, riding over Armagh and finally finishing in Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland. Afterwards the route takes the riders on 18 challenging stages through Italy to the finish in Trieste.

With the start of the cycling season we also going to be supporting a number of interesting spring cycling classics; The Milano–SanRemo (23 March) and Giro di Lombardia (5 October), as well as traditional races, the Strade Bianche (2 March), Roma Maxima (9 March) and Tirreno-Adriatico (12-18 March).

We'll be keeping a close eye on Multipower ambassadors Cannondale Pro Cycling and Team Movistar throughout the build up!

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