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148 km - Altitude gain 3200mt

Stage04

Terni -

Prati di Tivo

Saturday 13  March 2021 148km Altitude gain3200mt

Total time: 03:51:24 Withdrawals: 1

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POGAČAR Tadej

UAE TEAM EMIRATES

03:51:24

YATES Simon Philip

TEAM BIKEEXCHANGE

+ 00:06

HIGUITA GARCIA Sergio Andres

EF EDUCATION - NIPPO

+ 00:29

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POGAČAR Tadej
UAE TEAM EMIRATES
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POGAČAR Tadej
UAE TEAM EMIRATES
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POGAČAR Tadej
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Terni

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Green heart of Italy, Umbria is the region of uncontaminated landscapes, of small and ancient villages rich in history and tradition, of pleasant places, far from the chaos of the city, nestled among the green hills. Terni, the second city in the region, thanks to its strategic geographic position, allows tourists to easily and quickly reach the main Italian cities of art including Rome, Florence, Pisa, Perugia, Assisi, Orvieto. An area that is not wet by the sea, but rich in water: the Marmore Waterfall, the sublime diamond of Valnerina, is the main attraction, an essential destination for every tourist who wants to discover Umbria. To welcome visitors a variety of experiences that allow to satisfy every type of need: guided tours in the medieval villages of the Terni landscape such as Narni and San Gemini, historical centers where tradition and antiquity are the protagonists during the fascinating historical re-enactments that involve the whole communities, but also containers of archaeological and artistic treasures, such as the splendid Carsulae, the ancient Roman city whose remains brought to light are able to enchant anyone; the adrenaline adventures of rafting and canyoning, excursions and horseback riding allow you to discover in depth the natural wonders of a varied environment; for those who, however, decide to move away from stress and fatigue, the Terni area offers the opportunity to visit enchanting places of worship and spirituality, appreciated by all also for their historical and artistic beauty. A rich territory where the welcome to the visitor is itself an excellence: in the best structures including hotels, farmhouses, period residences, the tourist can enjoy the food and wine excellences made in Italy, often at km 0: exquisite meats , DOP brand olive oil, truffles, wines and traditional herbal liqueurs will delight the tourist who will not be able to get away easily from this land.

Gastronomy

Since ancient times, truffles have interested philosophers and scientists. Greek philosophers claimed that truffles were rootless vegetables that originated during the autumn rains accompanied by thunder. The Romans were very fond of it and the Latin poets sang its praises and dictated its cooking rules. In the Renaissance era he was the prince of the table in the refined stately courts. Valuable product of nature with an unmistakable scent, it is appreciated and highly sought after. The Terni mountain is rich in it and produces various types, from the unmistakable black to the even rarer white; in summer it offers types of truffles equally appreciable in flavor and aroma, the “scorzone” and the “bianchetto”. Combined with food and dishes, the truffle is widely used in local cuisine.

Drinks

The cultivation of the olive tree is one of the oldest in Italy, already present since the Etruscan era. Although at a national level the production of oil is somewhat reduced, the Umbrian oil stands out as an oil of a certain value, obtaining in 1997 the European recognition of the Protected Designation of Origin Umbria, the only one at national level to enclose a whole region. The credit of all this is the combination of the climatic conditions of the territory: the characteristics of the soil and the mildness of the climate have favored the cultivation of the olive tree which has always been planted in the various species (moraiolo, leccino, rajo, frantoio). To enjoy the quality of the oil, bruschetta is a must: toasted bread scented with garlic, salt and plenty of olive oil.

The culture of the vine has, in our territory, millennial traditions. In the first book of the Georgics, Virgil recalls the patience with which the vintners of the time dedicated themselves to the cultivation of vines in these pleasant places. We are in the lands crossed by the high course of the Tiber, which gives life to vines. The following wines are produced from the vineyards located in favorable exposure soils in the various municipalities of the province of Terni: White, Red, Rosé, Novello, Malvasia. The Association of the Etruscan Ro-mana Wine Route, which mainly winds in the province of Terni, was born with the aim of promoting in Italy and abroad a particular form of conscious tourism, which combines the knowledge of the territory with that of environmental and agricultural products.

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16:17:44
The Colombian, 3rd in the stage at 29″ and 3rd in the GC standings at 35 seconds, in the same time as Van Aert, has had a good day. His  climbing skills, capped with a razor-sharp turn of pace at the end, are a useful combination for picking up the time bonuses.
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Tadej Pogačar is only the 2nd Slovenian to lead the Tirreno Adriatico
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Van Aert (TJV) now lies 2nd in GC at 35″, with Sergio Higuita 3rd in the same time. Landa, Quintana, Almeida, Fuglsang, the surprising, and excellent, Simon Carr is 8th, with Matteo Frabbro 9th and Geraint Thomas 10th.
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15:33:53
Incredibly, Androni Giocattoli – Sidermec rider Mattia Bais, in the breakaway earlier in the stage, goes with theml then attakes himself.
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14:25:03
At km 98, i.e., with 50 km to go, Vinjebo trailed the other breakaway riders by 52″. His losses at km 101 is 1’25”. Canola also lost contact at km 102.
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12:56:21
The gap at km 22 was 5’00”, and at km 27 was 4’25”. Their current lead is 6’07”.A reminder of the 5:
  • 31 Mattia Bais (ANS) Ita (133rd at 17’39”)
  • 112 Marco Canola (GAZ) Ita (69th at 9’28”)
  • 127 Benjamin Thomas (GFC) Fra (43rd at 1’46”)
  • 157 Mads Würtz Schmidt (ISN) Den (98th at 11’48”)
  • 216 Emil Vinjebo (TQA) Den (109th at 13’04”)
It is worth underlining that Benjamin Thomas (GFC) is just 1’46” donw in GC, so he is the Maglia Azzurra on the road.
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12:30:51
There are currently 3 leaders;
  • 31 Mattia Bais (ANS)
  • 127 Benjamin Thomas (GFC)
  • 157 Mads Würtz Schmidt (ISN)
Rider 216 Emil Vinjebo (TQA) is lagging slightly behind at 12″.Meanwhile, there is a rider between the leaders and the bunch, giving chase (“en chasse patate”, as the French say!). He is Marco Canola (GAZ).
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12:15:58
At km 0, Mattia Bais (ANS) and Mads Würtz Schmidt (ISN) attack!

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The Route
Culminating in a summit finish, this short but challenging stage will take the peloton to the highest altitude (1,450 m) at the Prati di Tivo KOM. After climbing up to Forca di Arrone, the route reaches the Piana Reatina, passes through Rieti, tackles the Sella di Corno climb, and then takes a long descent to the outskirts of L’Aquila. After Passo Capannelle (‘Superior’ category summit), a long descent (approx. 30 km) follows. The roads are ever-bending, with two well-lit tunnels along the route. The last 14 km rise steadily towards the ski resort.
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The closing climb (14.5 km) has a 7% average gradient (with peaks topping out at 12%) and 22 hairpin bends. The slopes are sharper in the first part, touching the steepest gradients in Pietracamela, where the intermediate sprint is set. The final three kilometres have a steady 7% pitch. The home straight (approx. 200 m) is on 7 m wide tarmac.

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Azzurra
POGAČAR Tadej
UAE TEAM EMIRATES
Verde
POGAČAR Tadej
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Ciclamino
VAN AERT Wout
JUMBO-VISMA
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POGAČAR Tadej
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