Tirreno–Adriatico 2020 odds
Who wins Tirreno–Adriatico 2020?
There is no odds at Tirreno–Adriatico 2020 yet, but we had already found odds at Milan–San Remo 2020.
Who wins Tirreno–Adriatico 2019?
The 2019 edition of the the Tirreno-Adriatico will include a number of short, steep climbs, in place of a decisive mountain finish, in a bid to make the race more competitive. The seven stage professional road race begins on Wednesday 13th March and ends on Tuesday 19th March, overlapping with the Paris-Nice race and following on from the Strade Bianche on the Tour calendar.
The current title holder is Michał Kwiatkowski (Team Sky), who won the blue jersey and trident trophy after gaining valuable seconds in the individual time trial on the final stage. Damiano Caruso (Bahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team) and Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) rounded off the podium last year. Stage winners last year included sprinter Marcel Kittel (Team Katusha - Alpecin) and Primož Roglič (Team Jumbo-Visma).
Tirreno-Adriatico 2019 stages:
Stage 1: Lido di Camaiore. 21.5km, TTT
Stage 2: Camaiore - Pomeranc. 189km, hills
Stage 3: Pomerance - Folign. 224km, flat
Stage 4: Foligno - Fossombron. 223km, hills
Stage 5: Colli al Metauro - Recanat. 178km, hills
Stage 6: Matelica - Jes. 195km, flat
Stage 7: San Benedetto del Tronto. 10.1km, ITT
The 2019 race
The Tirreno-Adriatico 2019 kicks off with a 21.5km team time trial in Lido di Camaiore and ends with a 10.1km individual time trial in San Benedetto del Tronto. The route in between has been designed this year to favour aggressive climbers who can attack on the numerous short, steep climbs.
After the opening time trial, the route takes the riders to stages to Pomerance in Tuscany and then a long stage three across central Italy to Folign. A hilly stage 5 follows to Recanat, before a final chance for sprinters on stage seven.