CYCLING: Giro d’Italia Donne 2.WWT 2023 (ITA)

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Italy 30 Jun – 09 Jul 2023 Class 2.WWT – Stages – UCI Women’s WorldTour

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Giro d’Italia Donne (2.WWT)
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THE 9 STAGES OF EDITION 2023

From 30 th June to 9 th July 24 team will rides throught 5 italian regions

930 km for the 34. Giro Donnethe third edition organised by Starlight. During the nine stage great riders from all the world will fight for the pink.

The organization has put a massive effort by creating a varied route that welcomes all the type of riders, from sprinters to climbers. This is not a very tough track but, for this reason, it is even more open to different scenarios and to an uncertain final victory still at the end.

The race starts on Friday 30th June with a short Individual Time Trial in Chianciano Terme. The second stage in the province of Florence and i’ll be good for a breakaway. Emilia Romagna will host the third and the fourth stages tha couldn’t be more different form each other: Modena may welcome the sprinters, Borgo Val di Taro the climbers. The pink race moves to Piemonte for two days, Liguria hosts the last stage on the continent. After a rest day to allow the transfer, the race will restart from Sardinia. The final Pink Jersey will be awarded in Olbia.

The complete list of the stage:

1st stage- 30th june: Chianciano Terme (FI)- Chianciano Terme (FI), 4,4 km (individual TT)

Giro d’Italia donne 2023 opens with a 4,4 km  fast individual tt around Chianciano Terme. On a totally flat track there will be place for the experts in tt but also for the sprinters.

2nd stage- 1st June : Bagno a Ripoli (FI)- Marradi (FI), 102,1 km

The race restarts in Tuscany with a day in the province of Florence. The first 70 km are pratically flat, Passo Colla is the first climb of Giro Donne and awards the first green jersey. Then a rapid downhill that leads to the finish line.

3rd stage – 2nd July: Formigine (MO)- Modena (MO), 118,2 km

For the first day in Emilia Romagna there is a flat stage without a paricular difficulties. The only roughnees is Villabianca Marano,  the 3th category climb, but is 70km to go. Barring unforeseen events, in Modena we’ll see a sprint.

4th stage – 3rd July: Fidenza (PR)- Borgo Val di Taro (PR), 134,1 k

The Giro Donne longest stage runs throught the Province of Parma. A stage clearly divided in two: the first part is almost flat, at the 80th km begin the climb: Bardi, Passo Montevacà and Strela, all three are 3rd category kom. The last kom is 14 km to go.

5th stage – 4th July: Salassa (TO)- Ceres (To), 103,3 km

The first day in Piemonte is an adrenaline pumping stage with three climb. Passo del Lupo (1407 m) is the Cima Coppi of Giro donne. The last climb is 10 km to go but final kilometres are slighty uphill. Climbers can’t hide.

6th stage – 5th  July: Canelli (AT)- Canelli (AT), 104,4 km

Canelli hosts the first real uphill finish of Giro Donne 2023. The first part of the stage is almost flat, the climb begins after 60 km with the kom of Castino, then Calosso climb, the finish is on the top of Canelli.

7th stage- 6th July: Albenga (SV)- Alassio (SV), 109,1 km

The only stage in Liguria has an interesting track that could offer surprise. The menu of the day includes 4 kom especially in the second part of the stage. Riders  will face the climb of Passo del Ginestro, il Vigneto, Garlenda and the final climb in Alassio. This stage suite for climbers but, because of the imminent rest day, everyone will try to attack.

REST DAY

8th stage- 8th July: Nuoro (SS)- Sassari (SS), 125,7 km

Giro Donne arrives in Sardinia for the last two stages. From Nuoro to Sassari across the up and down of the Sardinian hinterland. There is only one kom, but the finish is on the top of a slightly uphill. This stage is perfect for breakaway. 

9th stage- 9th  July: Sassari (SS)- Olbia (SS)- 126,85 km

Olbia hosts Giro Donne gran Finale. During the day there are two 3rd category kom, but the game for gc should be closed. Be carefull, someone will try to surprise the peloton.

Author: Cyclisto Caffè