Roglic wins the 54th Tirreno-Adriatico by 0.31 seconds Yates

Victor Campenaerts won the final stage, a 10km Individual Time Trial in San Benedetto del Tronto.

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Julian Alaphilippe gets into sprinting mode before Milan-Sanremo

Adam Yates and Primoz Roglic set for the final duel against the clock.

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Fuglsang, a victory for Scarponi

Jakob Fuglsang wins at Recanati and beats Yates (who extends his advantage over challengers in GC), Roglic and Dumoulin

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A Stage Up and Down, a Winner Down and Up

Lutsenko’s heroic day ends up with Kazakhstan’s first-ever victory at Tirreno-Adriatico.

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Elia Viviani claims maiden Tirreno-Adriatico victory

Prestigious top 3 in Foligno with Peter Sagan and Fernando Gaviria behind the Italian Champion.

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Alaphilippe makes amends in uphill finale

Adam Yates (Mitchelton – Scott) replaces team-mate Michael Hepburn in the overall lead.

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Happy Heppy

Mitchelton-Scott beat Team Jumbo-Visma in the opening Team Time Trial, putting Hepburn in the lead.

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Tirreno-Adriatico NamedSport: Two Seas, One King

Geraint Thomas, Tom Dumoulin, Vincenzo Nibali, Primoz Roglic and Julian Alaphilippe have spoken about their expectations on the eve of the first stage.

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54th Tirreno-Adriatico TV Coverage and Schedule

The race will be distributed in 151 countries around the world

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2019 Tirreno-Adriatico – the champions vs the ‘walls’

Like last year, the seven-stage race has attracted many great cycling aces on the provisional entry list, announced today. The race, organised by RCS Sport / La Gazzetta dello Sport, runs from 13 to 19 March.

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The Official Guide of the Tirreno-Adriatico NamedSport 2019 is now available

Download the Official Guide 2019

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Wild Card gare UCI WorldTour 2019

RCS Sport has today announced its selection of wild card teams.

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Tirreno-Adriatico 2019: where innovation meets tradition

Two traditional Time Trials, two sprinters’ stages and two hilly stages with short punchy climbs and many ‘walls’ are the recipe for the 54th edition.

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STAGES

STAGE 7

19 MARCH – 10,1 km (ITT)

SAN BENEDETTO DEL TRONTO - SAN BENEDETTO DEL TRONTO discover the stage

STAGE 1

13 MARCH - 21.5 km (TTT)

LIDO DI CAMAIORE - LIDO DI CAMAIORE discover the stage

STAGE 2

14 MARCH - 195 km

CAMAIORE - POMARANCE discover the stage

STAGE 3

15 MARCH - 226 km

POMARANCE - FOLIGNO discover the stage

STAGE 4

16 MARCH - 221 km

FOLIGNO - FOSSOMBRONE discover the stage

STAGE 5

17 MARCH - 180 km

COLLI AL METAURO - RECANATI discover the stage

STAGE 6

18 MARCH - 195 km

MATELICA - JESI (Verdicchio Wine Stage) discover the stage

2018 GENERAL STANDING

1 KWIATKOWSKI Michal SKY 25h32’56”
2 CARUSO Damiano BMC 0’24”
3 THOMAS Geraint SKY 0’32”
4 BENOOT Tiesj LTS 1’06”
5 YATES Adam MTS 1’10”
6 LANDA MEANA Mikel MOV 1’13”
7 FORMOLO Davide BOH 1’15”
8 ROSON GARCIA Jaime MOV 1’15”

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