48 km to go: The break is caught, LPR is at the front. A small group with Armstrong went over a few seconds after the Maglia Rosa group. Three teams are at the front keeping the break's from getting out of hand: LPR, ISD and Columbia. Km 119: Passing through Roccasecca the gap is down to 2min 41sec. 10 km to go: Menchov has a last snack before the ascent starts. Horner is pounding away, taking Leipheimer further from Di Luca. Back to toodling along. Then LPR and Lampre suffocated things. Lovkvist is hanging on to the back of the lead group. The others closed back up. Pauwels is caught and Garzelli is flying up the hill. 4 km to go: Popovich attacks the pack near the top of the Bergamo climbs. Weather in Trieste: Clear, 73F (23C), wind from WSW at 3 mph (5 kph). Di Luca is still doing all the work leading Menchov, Basso and Menchov. There was an intermediate sprint at Santa Croce which Scarselli took in an uncontested roll-through. Rabobank is doing its duty and riding at the front of the peloton. Km 86, 75 km to go: Lead is 5min 5sec. Déi 92. Thomas Voeckler (Bouygues Telecom) is well off the front. He's 10 seconds ahead. Mixed terrain with a hilltop finish. Maglia Rosa group comes in at 1min 56sec. Now they are starting again. breedte 58cm. Weather: At 3:30 PM local time, 70F (21C), clouds, wind at 3 mph (5kph) from the east. Mario Cipollini is at the stage and made some remarks critical of the riders' decision to strike. Km 77: Passing through San Martino and closing in on Lucca the gap is growing, now 5min 20sec. 3 km to go: Voigt gives up and is caught. Km 113: Currently the break is going 46 kph and the peloton is rolling along at 51 kph. Riders in the break are in their small front rings. Di Luca goes after him with Menchov (of course!) Km 155, about 51 to go: Average speed of the race so far is 43.87 kph. Km 102: The break has gone through the feed zone and picked up a little chow. Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Slipstream) took the Maloja KOM sprint. May 13, Wednesday: Stage 5, San Martino di Castrozza - Alpe di Siusi, 125 km. About Us 35 km to go: On the Monte Casale ascent. Km 107: The peloton has gone through the feed zone. Now Basso and then Menchov and Di Luca have caught Cunego. Menchov easily beats Di Luca in the sprint. 30 km to go: The break came apart. LPR is at the front of the peloton with Liquigas and Astana right behind. Km 90, about 109 to go: The riders are descending the Forcella di Bura. Average speed of the race so far is 37.027 kph. Weather at Rome at Noon, local time: 75F (24C), mostly cloudy with the wind from the south at 9 mph (14kph). When Liquigas dropped the hammer, the peloton split. He has 1min 15sec. Date: 31st May 2009 Avg. A group of 10 riders are 3min 40sec ahead of the LPR-led pack. Fog has lifted at the finish line. Di Luca goes again and takes Menchov and Pellizotti. Km 28: Gazzetta dello Sport reports that of the 188 starters for today's stage, Chris Horner (Astana) was not among them. No one seems to be in charge of things right now. The finish: Siutsou rides in front of huge crowds. A total of 198 riders from 22 teams entered the 21-stage race, which was won by Colombian Nairo Quintana of the Movistar Team team. Average speed for the stage so far: 39.483 km/hr. Km 58: Now it looks like Yaroslav Popovych, Danny Pate, Gabriele Bosisio and Michele Scarponi have put together a break. Km 100, 61 to go: The gap is out to 5min 26sec. Obviously he wants to stay out of trouble on the fast, wet roads. It seems like he is complaining about the safety of the course, but I am not sure. Di Luca goes and Menchov closes up immediately. It's now at 3min 43sec. They'll be caught shortly. Sastre is chasing now. Di Luca is wearing leg warmers as well as arm warmers and clear rain jacket. 30 km to go: Petacchi has gone back for water bottles for his LPR teammates. 8 km to go: 23sec. Armstrong has been dropped and been picked up by Sastre. The average speed for the first hour was 46.2 km/hr. Armstrong was 6th, 43 seconds slower. They can see the gigantic form of Vesuvius waiting for them across the Golfo di Napoli (Bay of Naples). It was Petacchi, Menchov and Di Luca. The day's average speed has slowed to 36.10 kph. Jason McCartney is in this lead group. All riders were given the same time, none had their GC or any other standing changed with this stage. Basso actually looks like he's working. The pack is riding at a leisurely 33 kph. At Villamagna, the lead has stretched out to 3min 5sec. The best-placed of them is Scarponi, at 6min 19sec. Quick Step is helping with the chase. That might make for a dicey trip on the long, high-speed descent into Chiavenna. Andriy Grivko has left the peloton and took third over the top. Gilberto Simoni attaked at the third kilometer but was brought back almost immediately. Rabobank seems very uninterested in helping him with that project. 5 km to go: Grivko takes off from the break. Armstrong was second and Leipheimer was third over the top of the Turchino. Gap is 4min 10sec. The peloton sticks to them. The LPR team is looking around. Km 116: The break of 10 has a lead of 4min 12sec. Year-by-Year Results (2001-2020) 30 km to go: Bjorn Schroder has left his 2 breakaway companions. The pack couldn't have been hammering the climb too hard. 25 km to go: Bertolini is taking terrible chances on the rainy descent. 37 km to go: Through Empoli the gap is 2min 40sec. The chasers, badly organized, couldn't close the gap. 3km to go: Di Luca goes on the final short ascent. Obviously the pack has decided to take it easy. Pack is 3min 55sec back. 50 km to go: The lead 4 have gone through Catiano and are beginning the Monte Catria ascent. Km 136, 101km to go: The break is descending into Secchiano. Rabobank has 2 riders at the front of the peloton. Mat Depart zu Venedeg an Arrivée zu Roum.. De Giro krut dat Joer seng honnert Joer. As the riders passed through Altopascio they picked up their food musettes. The peloton, which has shed a lot of riders is about 3min behind Garzelli. Garmin-Slipstream and Columbia riders are doing the work of keeping the speed high to keep things together. 30 km to go: Marzano has 50sec on the pack. Paved Road Climbs, Stefano Garzelli (Acqua & Sapone) @ 8min 43sec, David Arroyo Duran (Caisse d'Epargne) @ 12min 50sec, Jose Serpa (Serramenti PVC-Diquigiovanni) @ 16min 11sec, Kanstantsin Soiutsou (Columbia) @ 19min 10sec. May 31, Sunday: Stage 21, Rome 14.4 km individual time trial. May 30, Saturday: Stage 20, Napoli - Anagni, 203 km. It's now 3 in front. Km 74: This looks like the day's break. The Giro is getting away from Di Luca and Sastre. The race is in play. Di Luca has moved up to second place in the peloton. He'll probobly get the KOM points then let himself get caught. Their lead is currently 6min 32sec. The break has been caught. Here's the break: Christopher Froome (Barloworld), Vasili Kiryienka (Caisse d'Epargne), Francsco Gavazzi (Lampre), Franesco Reda (Quick Step), Rubens Bertogliati (Serramenti PVC), Evgeni Petrov (Katusha), Eduard Vorganov (Xacobeo), Simon Gerrans (Cervelo), Guillame Bonnafond (Ag2R), Giampaolo Cheula (Barloworld), Philip Deignan (Cervelo), Giovanni Visconti (ISD), Andriy Grivko (ISD). Pelizzotti won't give up. 63 km to go: At the top of the Picco Sant'Angelo. In the peloton Liquigas is moving to the front. The last hour was raced at 44.1 km/hr. The Finish: Gilbert takes the stage, Voeckler is second. GC after Stage 9: No change to any of the classifications. Marco Pinotti made it up to the lead trio. Edvald Boasson Hagen took second place in the Ovado intermediate sprint, Isaichev having taken first place. The time gap at the Sarnico sprint is 1min 41sec. At one point the break's lead was over 9 minutes. 46 km to go: As the descent of the Maloja begins the break is caught. 50 km to go: The teams have been warned that visibility at the summit before the descent is very poor. He's getting caught before the top. At the 16th kilometer Yuri Kirvtsov (Ag2R) and Mauro Facci (Quick Step) attacked. The Maglia Rosa group is 5min behind Popovych. Isaichev has a lead of 8min. Armstrong looked to be in no trouble. The leading LPR rider is hammering at the front, out of the saddle. Weather in nearby La Spezia at 1:00 PM local time: 81F (27C), Mostly sunny with the wind from the southwest at 3 mph (5 kph). Weather in Bolzano: 72F (22C), partly cloudy with the wind at 5 mph (8 KPH) from the SSW. I don't think the sprinters want to let this one get away. Rumors are that not all the teams are happy with the slow-down. Pellizotti and Sastre are gone. Km 61: The break's lead has grown. Gap is 2min 56sec. Now Acqua & Sapone and Rabobank have joined in the chase. 5 km to go: Pellizotti's gap is still at 31sec to the Maglia Rosa (Basso, Di Luca, Garzelli and Menchov) group and 1min 20 to Sastre. 10 km to go: In Benevento. Grivko/Visconti are at 2min 28sec. 10:40 AM Eastern USA time: All have gone through the second check point at km 34.5. Mee bis den 31. 10:05 AM Eastern Time: Third check point at 44.5 kilometers. No breaks yet. Km 200, 1 km from the Sestriere summit: Garzelli has 6min 20sec on the Maglia Rosa group. De laatste etappe was een individuele tijdrit van 14,4 kilometer in de straten van de Italiaanse hoofdstad Rome. Gasparotto has caught him and the 2 have about 7 seconds. The closest thing to a GC threat in the break is Barloworld rider Christopher Froome, over 14min down. I hope that makes them easier to follow. After Di Luca failed to put a dent in Menchov's armor yesterday in a stage that was perfectly suited to Di Luca's abilities, Di Luca vowed that this race is not over. The Maglia Rosa group is 4min 44sec behind the Cunego group. Scarponi is almost a kilometer ahead. 1 km to go: this stage is for Sastre, then Basso at 17sec. Now Marcos Garcia (Xacobeo) has launched himself. Others are going now. the best placed is Cadenas, 104min down. 68 km to go: The gap is down to 1min 52sec. The gap is 2min 3sec. 13 km to go: Sorry for the silence, my computer froze. Flat circuit race. 67 km to go: Everyone has passed thorugh the feed zone. Km 5: 178 riders started in Forli today. Now it's Sastre, Basso Menchov and Di luca. The peloton is still rather compact. I'll bet catching them will be difficult if not imposible. Mixed terrain with a hilltop finish. Forster is over 4hr behind Menchov. Mixed terrain. 2 km to go: Gasparotto tries again, now Ermeti goes. Km 30: Gap is 2min 54sec. Thursday, May 7: The teams entered in the Giro were presented to the press. the gap has stretched out to 3min 5sec. Menchov jumped ahead to near the front to keep an eye on the Liquigas team in case they had any mischief in mind. Paved Road Climbs He asked where Liquigas had been, since they had vowed to attack. 15 km to go: The descent is really fast and the peloton is really lined out. He could do it!! 35 km to go: We are approaching the second-category 6-kilometer Colle del Gallo. Bad time. Km 30: The day's break is probably gone. He tried to get away but was brought back. The hardest climbs are rated category 1. Garzelli has taken the Green Climber's jersey with his 1st place at the top of Sestriere. Sastre has to do something today. Their rain jackets are black. Rabobank is riding tempo at the front. Simon Gerrans (Cervelo) opened up a huge gap with Christphoer Froome (Barloworld) and takes a clean win. LPR's efforts at the front of the peloton are starting to pay off. Sastre is slowly closing in on the pair. 10 km to go: Bertagnolli goes through 2min 5sec ahead of the Maglia Rosa group. He picked up a lot of water bottles while waiting for the peloton and handed them out to his teammates at the crest of the Nerone. Da Belfast a Trieste, queste sono le 21 tappe del Giro d'Italia 2014 From Belfast to Trieste, these are the 21 stages of Giro d'Italia 2014 Grivko/Visconti have closed to within about a minute of Garzelli. Gruppo compatto. About 10 km to go: Pellizotti has broken away from the Maglia Rosa group. Usually Armstrong rides these climbs near the front. Km 81, 82 km to go: Armstrong has rejoined the peloton. Mixed terrain. The duo currently have a 5-minute lead. 12 km to go: Siutsou (Columbia) takes off. Perhaps a quarter inch may fall. He's got 20sec. 30 km to go: Serge Pauwels (Cervelo) is a few seconds ahead of the break on the Colle del Gallo. 3 km to go: The final ascent of the Anagni has started. The peloton is going 6kph faster than Garzelli at the moment. LPR is leading the peloton. Di Luca and Armstrong are at the front, chatting with teammates. Petacchi tried to come by, but just couldn't. Basso is up ahead waiting for his teammate Pellizotti. Deze pagina is voor het laatst bewerkt op 28 sep 2020 om 11:38. Visit the official website of Giro d'Italia 2020 and discover all the latest updates and info on the route, stages, teams plus the latest news Lots of Rabobank and LPR riders at the front of the peloton with Di luca keepng an eye on Menchov. It's all LPR at the front of the peloton now with Rabobank sitting behind them. 9:28 AM Eastern: There were a lot of questions as to what kind of equipment the riders were going to use on this undulating, curvy time trial course. He looks gone. Looks like Di Luca had a mechanical, but he's back up in the pack. Km 45: The pack is together with LPR at the front. Isaichev has a lead of 1min 5sec. 10 km to go: Armstrong is really stringing things out. Sastre has 40 seconds now. Popovych is leading the Maglia Rosa group. This is good for Basso and Leipheimer who prefer a steady fast pace rather than sharp jolts of speed. Scopri le date, le partenze e gli arrivi della nuova edizione della corsa rosa Giovanni Visconti (ISD) took the intermediate sprint with Dario Cataldo second. Di Luca sticks with the Russian. Almost immediately after Pauwels sat up Basso was caught and Bertagnolli took a stage that Pauwels might very well have won. 75 km to go: The break is getting reeled in. The TV camera won't stay on the break long enough to see if anyone is missing his pulls, but it looks like everyone is doing his share. Garmin is at the front of the pack right now with Columbia with them. Thursday, May 7: The teams entered in the Giro were presented to the press. The peloton is 3min 38sec back. He keeps moving up. He'll need that gap for the ascent, he was showing real weakness on the Catria climb. Right afer the sprint 3 riders escaped and have a 15sec lead: Agnoli, Brutt and Fothen. 36 km to go: Now it's just Pavel Brutt and Markus Fothen in the lead by 15sec. Di Luca goes again and Menchov closes quickly. 7 km to go: 2min. The break is caught. It was a pretty dominating performance. Notably both riders in real contention for the young rider's white jersey, Francesco Masciarelli and Kevin Seeldrayers (current owner) are in the break. Mauro Facci (Quick Step) led them across the line. Km 97: Ian Stannard (ISD), who had crashed earlier, has rejoined the peloton. Now rain has started to fall on the race. 13sec now. They are chasing back on. The 21 stages of the 2009 Giro d'Italia were divided into five categories: one team time trial, seven flat stages, four intermediate stages, seven mountain stages and two individual time trials. Menchov had a flat, but he was back in the peloton with little trouble. Garzelli takes off to get the KOM points. Km 47: The gap is down to 2min 33sec. time is 7hr 11min 54sec. Deze editie zou oorspronkelijk in mei verreden worden. Giro d'Italia 2020 - rittenschema en parcours In 2020 wordt de 103e editie van de Ronde van Italië verreden. After the start of the Giro d'Italia 2009 from Venice with the team time trial, won by the Columbia High Road team, and the second stage from Jesolo to Trieste won by Alessandro Petacchi, 7 other stages have allowed the riders to get to the spot where they currently enjoy their first rest day in this 100-year Tour of Italy. Certainly if Di Luca and Sastre want to claim the bonus seconds in play for winning the stage they'll have to make sure the break is eventually shut down. Edvald Boasson Hagen (Columbia) then went for the sprint and easily takes the stage. Menchov has moved up. The chase seems to be getting a little more serious. 52 km to go: The break didn't fight for the St. Moritz intermediate sprint. Several riders have predicted an explosive stage as this is an important chance to take time from Menchov and Di Luca, if this can be done. Their only threat is to those who want a stage win today. 88 km to go: The Nerone road is very narrow with rough pavement The gap is stable, still 5min 48sec. Then Di Luca and Menchov about 42sec behind Sastre. I think this ascent is going to be something. Where's Di Luca? Leipheimer is in the front chase with Basso and De Luca. The fastest average speed projected by the organizers was 38 kph for this stage and La Gazzetta dello Sport says we're ahead of that schedule. //-->, 2008 Giro | 2010 Giro | Giro d'Italia database | stages and results| teams and startlist | Final GC, Preliminaries | Stage 1 | Stage 2 | Stage 3 | Stage 4 | Stage 5 | Stage 6 | Stage 7 | Stage 8 | Stage 9 | Rest Day 1 | Stage 10 | Stage 11 | Stage 12 | Stage 13 | Stage 14 | Stage 15 | Stage 16 | Rest Day 2 | Stage 17 | Stage 18 | Stage 19 | Stage 20 | Stage 21, Final 2009 Giro d'Italia General Classification. The peloton is compact and riding under sunny skies. Menchov has grabbed 2 second overall gain with his second place in the intermediate sprint. Giro d'Italia 2014 - Il Percorso So today was the most excited I have ever been about the announcement of the route of 2014 Giro d'Italia. Leipheimer has several teammates to help with the chase back to the Maglia Rosa group. Km 112, 51 km to go: In Sorrento there is an intermediate sprint.The escaping pair contested the sprint with Krivtsov taking the win. Liquigas has taken over the lead of the 70-man peloton. 3 LPR riders at the front with Lampre right behind them. De openingsrit is een tijdrit. He's using his normal road racing helmet, not an aero one. He's got it in the 150-inch gear and flying down the hill. Di Luca is glued to Basso's wheel. They'll have to catch the break if he's going to win. Menchov takes the stage and Di Luca probably takes the Pink Jersey. Looks like the speed is being lifted some. The gaps: 37 km to go: Garzelli went through Fenestrelle, about halfway down the mountain. Still Columbia and Garmin at the front of the pack. Average speed for the stage so far is 40.596 kph. That will give elapsed times of 1hr 20min to 1hr 30min. Flat. 7 km to go: It's Sastre and Basso leading a very small peloton. Di Luca and Menchov catch Basso. Their lead is 2min 43sec. Looks like it's down to about 6 riders in the lead group. 3 km to go: Sastre closes to within 40sec of Popovych. The GC riders will be hoping for the easiest possible ride today with the giant 61.7km individual time trial coming tomorrow. Armstrong has closed up to the Basso group. The Liquigas pace must be rather hot, the peloton is a long single-file line. Liquigas continues to lead the chase. Km 137: I've been asked to stack the updates downward from now on. 22 km to go: It looks like there is a bit of fighting for postion as if the last lap is going to be raced. Barloworld's Soler tries an attack and gives up. Rabobank is right behind them with Menchov, happy to let the other teams keep things together. The then Jens Voigt group made up of the remnents of the orginal break at 1min 33sec and then the Maglia Rosa bunch at 3min 24sec. I'm sure LPR will eventually sober up and go after him. 20 km to go: Little rings. The 25 riders have a lead of 2min 20sec. Km 91: The lead is now 4min 10sec. A Liquigas rider is dishing out some real pain at the front. The finish: Leonardo Bertagnolli takes a superb solo win. Voeckler applied some pressure and the break fractured a bit. 53 km to go: On an unclassified climb, the Solto Collina, Dario Cataldo (Quick Step) has taken off. Weather in Rome for tomorrow's time trial isn't pretty. Pellizotti went over with 8sec. Sastre is chasing with Simoni, Armstrong and Szymd on his wheel. Vorganov is having trouble with the break's high speed. In the break Andriy Grivko and Giovanni Visconti have been doing the lion's share of the work. They are still working, but both are rocking in the saddle, struggling to stay on top of their gears. Km 180: Garzelli was first at the intermediate sprint at Oulx. 3 km to go: Grivko has 6sec. Scarponi has dropped Kiryienka who has cramps. The gap has come down to 4 minutes. Cavendish won the stage, which finished an hour behind schedule. 35 km to go: The gap went down 7sec, it's now 3min 50sec. Silence-Lotto, Acqua & Sapone, LPR are at the front of the peloton. We've just passed the 6-hour mark for the stage. 52 km to go: Popovych and Bosisio have caught Cunego and Scarponi. May 20, Wednesday: Stage 11, Torino - Arenzano (Genova), 214 km. None of the riders in the break is a GC threat. Hoo Ha! The speed has come up a tad. Andriy Grivko and Giovanni Visconti (both ISD) are trying to get away but they've only been able to get 10sec on the pack. He's now finally got a real gap now on Menchov and Di Luca. He looks pretty cooked. 11 km to go: Popovych has just gone through Cagli 18 seconds ahead of Cunego. May 25, Monday: Stage 16, Pergola - Monte Petrano, 237 km. Serramenti riders De Bonis and Scarponi are leading the break with Popovych sitting in third. The efforts are paying of. The time gaps: Cardenas is sitting 17th in GC at 3min 3sec. The average speed after the second hour is 45.1 kph. 10 km to go: Gap has stretched back out to 2min 13sec. Gap is 1min 14sec. 60% chance of light rain in the early evening. Forcast is 70% chance of rain in the afternoon. 20 km to go: Pauwels/Bertagnolli then Basso/Garzelli at 2min 11sec and the Maglia Rosa group at 2min 49sec. He has caught Garzelli and Garzelli is struggling to catch his wheel. The UCI has given the Kazakh-sponsored team until the end of May to get its financial house in order. Forecast is for a 60% chance of occasional light rain. 55 km to go: 37sec now. If that's true, I wonder how happy Giro boss Zomagnan is after paying a (rumored) substantial sum to Armstrong to ride the Giro. 7 km to go: Voigt attacks and drops Bellotti. Maglia Rosa group is 30sec behind Pellizotti. Che questo sia stato un Giro speciale lo abbiamo capito fin da quando è stata annunciata la partenza da Gerusalemme Ovest. He's climbing the first hill with a supple, high-cadence pedal stroke that looks familiar. Km 86: As the riders pass Lucca the gap is back down to 4min 50sec. Quick Step is at the front of the pack leading the chase. Km 120: Over the top of the 2nd category Croce d'Aune 3 riders were away. It has: Thomas Voeckler, Giuseppe Palumbo, Felix Cardenas, Ruggero Marzoli, Giovanni Visconti, Matteo Bono, Gonzalo Rios, Giuseppe Palumbo and Riccardo Chiranini. Belgians are unhappy with the Cervelo team after yesterday. The race just went over the 5-hour mark and the hardest part is still to come. Km 106: The Giro has arrived in Austria. The peloton is still rather large so the climbers haven't started throwing high heat yet. Petacchi is moving up, past Armstrong and another Astana rider. Won by Denis Menchov before Levi Leipheimer (2nd) and Stefano Garzelli (3rd). 4 km to go: Columbia is sitting right behind Garmin. 22 Teams have been invited to ride the Giro. The peloton is strung out from the high speed of the chase. There is now a break of 25 riders who are 1min 30sec ahead of the peloton. Order of departure: The first rider off is Bart Dockx (Silence-Lotto) at 12:05 PM local time. 6 km to go: Voigt looks like pure determination, back flat, powerfully stroking the pedals. The gap to the break of 8 riders is 3min 11sec. His lead is 1min 2sec. 25 km to go: The climb hasn't really started to bite, the leaders are still in their big rings. All the major GC contenders are with Menchov. Gap to Maglia Rosa group is 4min 58sec. The peloton with the contenders (less Di Luca) is led by Liquigas. Several important riders got held up in a crash. He looks good, una bella figura! Gap is 2min on the button. Weather in Milan at noon, local time: 73F (23C), partly cloudy with variable winds at 3mph (5kph). Km 82: The peloton isn't letting this break have much freedom. 45.21 kph is the race's average speed so far. Now the peloton gets its musettes. 8 km to go: As the pack rides up to Upper Bergamo (Bergamo Alto) Siutsou's lead is 30sec. Sastre is well back. 35 km to go: Average speed for the race so far is 39.993 Kph. Km 62: Facci and Krivtsov have a lead of 6min. Di Luca is at the front and Lovkvist is back on. Siutsou goes by the 3km sign. De Russische wielrenner Denis Mensjov van het Nederlandse team Rabobank won de Ronde van Italië 2009 met een … The peloton has caught the Cardenas group. Maarten Tjallingii was one of the 2 Rabobank riders in the break. Training & Coaching The finish: This is steep. Di Luca has taken a microphone. LPR leads the pack with the Rabobank right on their tails. The peloton is a long single file. The organizers are expecting average speeds of between 51 and 55 km/hr which means the elpased times should come in from 22min and 20sec to 24min. Vesuvius is looking ever larger. Km 208: Grivko/Visconti are 3min 35sec behind Garzelli. May 22, Friday: Stage 13, Lido di Camaiore - Firenze, 176 km. He's going 73 kph. Scarponi has applied some pressure and Cunego goes with him. google_ad_height = 90; No results available. Bam!! Voigt's lead is 30 seconds. There are no attacks. Milram, Garmin and Columbia are leading the pack. It should climb to 88F (31C) as the day progresses. I guess about kilometer 180, 36 to go: Gap is down to 46sec. Menchov had a solid lead at the line. Find out the latest news, stage reports, race scores and expert analysis from the 2009 Giro d'Italia Stage 21. May 9, Saturday: Stage 1, Lido di Venezia, 20.5 km. The finish: Di Luca hammered it home. The pack just passed the road sign with the turn to the Turchino. There isn't a level or straight meter of pavement on the Amalfi Road. This is a hard stage in the hills of Le Marche. The break's lead is now 1min 30sec. None are GC threats. Basso looks to be up near the front. Di Luca, who had a flat, was a further minute behind. Team manager Johan Bruyneel said, "..we don't want to pretend as if everything is OK. It's now 38sec. google_ad_width = 728; As the afternoon progresses that could increase to 15mph (22 kph). Un Giro nella storia che è già storia. Final 2009 Giro d'Italia General Classification. The GC contenders are close by. The break is traveling at 51kph and the pack is chasing at 53kph. Their lead is about 2 minutes. Year-to-Date Results Di Luca went through 1min 46sec slower than Menchov. The break's lead is 4min 45sec. Popovych (Astana) and Bosisio (LPR) are chasing Scarponi and Cunego. Yesterday Dario Andriotto (Acqua & Sapone) crashed on the Amalfi Road section and had to retire. 5 km to go: Sastre still leads Basso. google_ad_slot = "0004268070"; 41 km to go: The leaders go through Vico Equense. The peloton is a long line. The Maglia Rosa group is 1min 58sec behind the trio. The dropped break riders are coming back. LPR is still working away at the front of the pack. Gap remains 3min 30sec. 4 laps of the circuit to go: Nope. Average speed for the day so far is 42.369. Giro d'Italia 2020 live TV guide Live TV coverage of the 2020 Giro d'Italia from Eurosport and S4C. Scarponi is cooked and can't respond.