05 March 2017

AN EXCEPTIONAL CAST FOR THE 2017 TIRRENO-ADRIATICO

The 52th edition of the Tirreno-Adriatico NamedSport, 8 to 14 March, organised by RCS Sport / La Gazzetta dello Sport features an exceptional cast.

18 January 2017

2017 WILD CARD ANNOUNCED

RCS Sport announced today its selection of wild card teams that will participate at four out of its five UCI WorldTour races.

15 December 2016

TIRRENO-ADRIATICO 2017: CLASSIC ROUTE, TERMINILLO IS BACK

The Race of the Two Seas (The Corsa dei Due Mari) returns – from 8 to 14 March 2017, from Lido di Camaiore to San Benedetto del Tronto.

15 March 2016

VAN AVERMAET TAKES THE SEA MASTER TROPHY

The fight for the trident was extremely tight. The prestigious trophy for the overall winner went to Greg van Avermaet who maintained less than a one second advantage over runner up Peter Sagan

15 March 2016

GREG VAN AVERMAET WINS THE RACE BY ONE SECOND

The final stage was won by Fabian Cancellara (Trek – Segafredo) ahead of Johan Le Bon (FDJ) and Tony Martin (Etixx – Quick Step).

15 March 2016

MAGLIA AZZURRA CONTENDERS

10,1 km to go before the end of Tirreno Adratico NamedSport 2016. Here all the possible scenery for the final victory.

15 March 2016

Stage 7 preview

Individual Time Trial in San Benedetto del Tronto (10 km)

14 March 2016

VAN AVERMAET EMERGES VICTORIOUS FROM A GREAT STAGE

The Belgian out sprinted Peter Sagan in Cepagatti to take the stage win and, in doing so, took the lead in the General Classification

14 March 2016

GREG VAN AVERMAET WINS IN CEPAGATTI

The Belgian rider Greg Van Avermaet  won stage 6 of Tirreno-Adriatico NamedSport

14 March 2016

Stage 6 preview

This stage runs basically flat all the way to the finish, where a final circuit shall be covered twice. The route leaves Castelraimondo, leads through San Severino Marche and Passo di Treia, to tackle the only KOM climb of the day (the last one of the whole race) in Pollenza. After the descent, the route levels out and rolls along the coast up to Montesilvano. From here, and following a few short, gentle undulations, it heads for Cepagatti, where two final laps will be covered. Last km The final 11.4-km circuit has a triangular shape. The first side runs downhill, the second one is flat, while the third one runs constantly uphill (a little more sharply at the beginning, and at approx. 2-3% after that) up to the finish line. The stage finale follows the historical 1990s Cepagatti circuit (with just a few minor changes). Castelraimondo Castelraimondo – start city of the 2016 Tirreno-Adriatico stage 6 – is a municipality in the region Marche. Its symbol is Torre del Cassero, an ancient watchtower that stands out against the cityscape, nowadays the best-preserved part of the ancient Castrum Raymundi. Built in the early 14th century, the tower has a peculiar structure featuring a lower, larger base, inside which a second, narrower tower was built, rising higher than 38 metres, and linked to the lower tower by means of an internal gallery at a height of 20 metres. The wide, lower tower.. .