05 May 2020

Tirreno-Adriatico scheduled from 7th to 14th September

Following the publication of the new UCI cycling calendar, RCS Sport comments: “The publication of the calendar by the UCI is an important step forward that certainly helps all the stakeholders involved to reprogram the season. ” (…)

06 March 2020

Tirreno-Adriatico postponed from its original dates

Following the confirmation by the relevant authorities that they are unable to grant appropriate authorisations, RCS Sport announces that the cycling race Tirreno-Adriatico, scheduled for 11-17 March is cancelled from its original dates.

04 March 2020

Media Note – Spring Races

Following the Decree of the President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian Republic of 4 March 2020, RCS Sport announces that the Gran Fondo Strade Bianche scheduled for 8 March is canceled. The details of the new date will be communicated in the future.

16 January 2020

2020 UCI WorldTour races Wild Cards: RCS Sport choices

RCS Sport has today announced its selection of wild card teams that will participate at four out of its six UCI WorldTour races: Giro d’Italia, Tirreno-Adriatico, Milano-Sanremo, and Strade Bianche.   TIRRENO-ADRIATICO (11–17 March) – 19 UCI WorldTeams, 1 qualified by ranking position and 4 wild cards (24 teams of 7 riders each)   UCI WORLDTEAMS – 19   AG2R LA MONDIALE (FRA) ASTANA PRO TEAM (KAZ) BAHRAIN – MCLAREN (BRN) BORA – HANSGROHE (GER) CCC TEAM (POL) COFIDIS (FRA) DECEUNINCK – QUICK-STEP (BEL) EF PRO CYCLING (USA) GROUPAMA – FDJ (FRA) ISRAEL START-UP NATION (ISR) LOTTO SOUDAL (BEL) MITCHELTON – SCOTT (AUS) MOVISTAR TEAM (ESP) NTT PRO CYCLING TEAM (RSA) TEAM INEOS (GBR) TEAM JUMBO – VISMA (NED) TEAM SUNWEB (GER) TREK – SEGAFREDO (USA) UAE TEAM EMIRATES (UAE)   QUALIFIED BY RANKING – 1   TOTAL DIRECT ENERGIE (FRA)   WILD CARDS – 4   ANDRONI GIOCATTOLI – SIDERMEC (ITA) BARDIANI CSF FAIZANÈ (ITA) GAZPROM – RUSVELO (RUS) TEAM ARKEA – SAMSIC (FRA)

12 December 2019

55th Tirreno-Adriatico: summit finish is back, no team time trial

The opening stage – starting and finishing in Lido di Camaiore – will be in-line and not a Team Time Trial as in recent years. The route includes two stages for sprinters, two for finisseurs and the classic final Individual Time Trial in San Benedetto del Tronto. Different to last year’s route, a summit finish returns, at Sassotetto’s 1362m, where Mikel Landa won in 2018. Vincenzo Nibali announces he will ride the Corsa dei Due Mari.

19 March 2019

Primoz primed again

A distanza di poco più di due settimane dal successo nella Generale all'UAE Tour con cui aveva aperto la stagione, Primoz Roglic (Team Jumbo-Visma) è diventato il primo sloveno a vincere la Tirreno-Adriatico NamedSport, aggiudicandosi la 54a edizione della Corsa dei Due Mari con piccolissimo margine di appena 31 centesimi di secondo su Adam Yates (Mitchelton-Scott).

19 March 2019

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

The Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic (Team Jumbo – Visma) has won the 54th edition of the Tirreno-Adriatico NamedSport. The race podium was completed by Adam Yates (Mitchelton – Scott) and Jakob Fuglsang (Astana Pro Team). Victor Campenaerts (Lotto Soudal) won the final stage, a 10km Individual Time Trial in San Benedetto del Tronto.

19 March 2019

The final ITT has started!

Good morning from Stage 7 of the Tirreno-Adriatico NamedSport; the final stage. The race, organised by RCS Sport/La Gazzetta dello Sport, ends with a 10km Individual Time Trial in San Benedetto del Tronto. The fight for General Classification is still open; race leader Adam Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) and current second-place man Primoz Roglic (Team Jumbo-Visma) remain separated by 25 seconds, with narrow margins meaning all the podium positions are to be decided.

18 March 2019

Julian Alaphilippe gets into sprinting mode before Milan-Sanremo

Stage 2 winner Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-Quick Step) created something of a surprise by taking a second victory at the end of a bunch sprint after losing contact with his team-mate Elia Viviani, who he was going to lead out. The Italian national champion crossed the line in third place with Davide Cimolai (Israel Cycling Academy) coming second. The 2019 Tirreno-Adriatico NamedSport GC will come down to a duel against the clock between race leader Adam Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) and current second-place man Primoz Roglic (Team Jumbo-Visma) who remain separated by 25 seconds ahead of the closing Individual Time Trial in San Benedetto del Tronto.

18 March 2019

Julian Alaphilippe wins in Jesi

Adam Yates keeps the Maglia Azzurra

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