CYCLING: Giro d’Italia Women 2.WWT

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Italy 07 Jul – 14 Jul 2024 Class 2.WWT – Stages – UCI Women’s WorldTour


The 2024 edition of the Giro d’Italia Women, the first to be organised by RCS Sport, was presented at the Grattacielo Pirelli, the historic headquarters of the Lombardy Region. The event was attended by two great athletes of the recent past, such as Marta Bastianelli, 2007 World champion and 2018 European champion, along with many well-known faces from sport and institutions. Mavi Garcia, Elisa Longo Borghini, and Silvia Persico, spoke from their training camps

The first edition of the stage race dedicated to the best female athletes on the international cycling scene organised by RCS Sport will start in Brescia on the 7th of July and will finish in L’Aquila on the 14th. With almost 12,000 metres of altitude gain, the route includes an individual time trial, two flat stages, three medium-mountain and two high-mountain stages with two uphill finishes. Blockhaus is the ‘Cima Alfonsina Strada’, the highest peak of the race, established in memory of the cyclist who took part in the men’s Giro d’Italia in 1924. Scarpetta Rossa will be the Charity Partner of the race. The event was attended by many well-known faces from sport and institutions.

Route, Profile and Stages:

1 Sun. 07/07/2024 Brescia – Brescia ITT 14,6 km

Altimetria/Profile Stage 1 Giro d’Italia Women 2024

2 Mon. 08/07/2024 Sirmione – Volta Mantovana 102 km

Altimetria/Profile Stage 2 Giro d’Italia Women 2024

3 Tue. 09/07/2024 Sabbioneta – Toano 111 km

Altimetria/Profile Stage 3 Giro d’Italia Women 2024

4 Wed. 10/07/2024 Imola – Urbino 131 km

Altimetria/Profile Stage 4 Giro d’Italia Women 2024

5 Thu. 11/07/2024 Frontone – Foligno 111 km

Altimetria/Profile Stage 5 Giro d’Italia Women 2024

6 Fri. 12/07/2024 San Benedetto del Tronto – Chieti 155 km

Altimetria/Profile Stage 6 Giro d’Italia Women 2024

7 Sat. 13/07/2024 Lanciano – Blockhaus 123 km

Altimetria/Profile Stage 7 Giro d’Italia Women 2024

8 Sun. 14/07/2024 Pescara – L’Aquila 109 km

Author: Cyclisto Caffè