Monday, June 5, 2023

Giro d’Italia 2023 ninth stage to May 14, in detail

Giro 2023 stage by stage: how has stage 8 been?

Irish Ben Healy He wins the eighth stage of the Giro 2023: The EF Education-EasyPost team rider signs off a masterpiece on his debut in a Grand Tour at the stroke of the pedal. He left no chance to anyone, attacking before the last 50 km, the toughest of the day, to take a solo victory.
A fifth career win as a professional came for the Irishman in his third season at Fossombrone. On his part, his team, EF Education-EasyPost already has 15 successes.
A group of 13 men including Zana, Verona, G, M.Bass and Paret-Pintre tried to follow, but only Italian champion Alula of Israel-PremierTech and Gecko kept hot on the Irishman’s heels, Who practically won his cappuccino on the wall.
But this stage was also strategic in view of the battle for the maglia rosa: with 3km to go, a spectacular attack by Primoz Rogić (Jumbo Visma), who took advantage of his downhill skills, managed to pull away from the peloton’s Ineos- The Grenadiers team, made up of Geraint Thomas and Geoghegan Hart, was the only left back.
remco evenpoel (Soudal Quick-Step) also tried to follow the Slovenian, but fell off the hook with 2km to go. pink jersey Andreas Leknesund (Team DSM), who performed brilliantly without the support of his team, lost contact with the Giro’s big names, but managed to keep the maglia rosa by 8 seconds (compared to Evenpoel).
Rogic is already third in the overall general classification.

Tomorrow’s stage is different: the second time trial of the 2023 Giro comes just eight days and 1,199.6 kilometers after the inaugural stage. For Evenpoel, expectations are high after the show on May 6, and the signal Roglic sent today says it all.

Giro d’Italia 2023 May 13 Results: Top ten finishers on Stage 8

  1. Ben Healy (EF Education-EasyPost) – 4:44.24
  2. Derek G (Israel-PremierTech) +1.49
  3. Filippo Zana (Jayko Alula) +1.49
  4. Warren Barguil (Archia-Samsik) +1.49
  5. Carlos Verona (Movistar) +2.12
  6. Mattia Bass (Ello-Cometa) +2.37
  7. Tomas Skujins (Trek-Segafredo) +3.51
  8. Alessandro Tonelli (Green Project – Bardiani CSF – Faizane) +3.56
  9. Oscar Riesbeek (Alpecin-Dessinink) +4.00
  10. Tao Geoghegan Hart (Ineos Grenadiers) +4.34

Best Latinos in stage 8 of the Giro d’Italia 2023

  • 24. Santiago Buitrago (Bahrain Victorious, Colombia) +5.08
  • 33. Rigobert Uran (EF Education-EasyPost, Colombia) +5:36
  • 35. Einar Rubio (Movistar, Colombia) +06:02

Stage 9 Giro ​​2023: Sunday 14 May, Savignano sul Rubicon – Cesena, 35 km


An individual time trial before the first rest day. This 2023 is the second time trial of the Giro d’Italia, after the first one which was won by Remco Evenpoel. Long (35 km compared to 19.6 km for the first time with the finish in Ortona), but almost completely flat, with few curves and generally wide, except for a few between San Mauro Pascoli and Cesena.

Technical data

  • Distance: 35 kms
  • Depth: 50m
  • Key Points: After a small contraction around km. At the height of 4, San Mauro Pascoli, the road becomes wide again and with a few curves. Runners come to a short section upon entering Cesena (km 29, the third intermediate pass). Intermediate steps: Fossa (km. 13); Ruffio (km 23.1); Cesena (km 29).
  • last mile: After passing through Cesena, the cyclists will have only one last corner with 1.9km more to go.

Giro 2023 schedule, 14 May

  • Start of first runner: 13:10 (local time in Italy)
  • Arrival of last runner: 17:10 approx. (local time in Italy)

** In Colombia and Ecuador it is less than 7 hours **

Here is the summary of step 7 and details of step 8

Giro 2023: Highlights of the 106th edition

  • The 2023 Giro d’Italia route features three individual time trials, one of which will be a time trial. On 27 May, stage 20 will finish in Monte Lucari, with a ramp that reaches a 22% drop.
  • 6 stages for the climbers: 7th (Gran Sasso), 13th (Cranes-Montana), 16th (Bondon), 18th (Val di Zoldo), 19th (Tre Cime di Lavaredo) and 20th (Lusari) are the final stops, while the 4th The step (laceno) will end with a small flat section after the crown.
  • The tour takes place almost entirely in Italian territory. The only exceptions are stage 13, which will end in Switzerland, and stage 14, which will pass through the canton of Valais.
  • The highest climb of this Giro d’Italia comes in La Cima Coppi, stage 13 in Switzerland. This is the Col du Grand-Saint-Bernard, 2,470 meters high on the border between Italy and Switzerland

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