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2016 Tour de France Stages

Stage 1 – Mont-Saint-Michel – Utah Beach, Sainte-Marie-du-Mont – 188 km  (July 2nd)

TdF 2016 Stage 1

Stage 2 – Saint Lô – Cherbourg En-Contentin – 183 km (July 3rd)

TdF 2016 Stage 2

Stage 3 – Grenville – Angers – 223.5 km  (July 4th)

TdF 2016 Stage 3

Stage 4 – Saumur – Limoges – 237.5 km  (July 5th)

TdF 2016 Stage 4

Stage 5 – Limoges – Le Lioran – 216 km (July 6th)

TdF 2016 Stage 5

Stage 6 – Arpajon-sur-Cère – Montauban – 190.5 km  (July 7th)

TdF 2016 Stage 6

Stage 7 – L’Isle-Jourdain – Lac de Payolle – 162.5 km (July 8th)

TdF 2016 Stage 7

Stage 8 – Pau – Bagnères-de-Luchon – 184 km (July 9th)

TdF 2016 Stage 8

Stage 9 – Vielha Val d’Aran – Andorre Arcalis – 184.5 km (July 10th)

TdF 2016 Stage 9

Stage 10 – Escaldes-Engordany – Revel – 197 km (July 12th)

TdF 2016 Stage 10

Stage 11 – Carcassone – Montpellier – 162.5 km (July 13th)

TdF 2016 Stage 11

Stage 12 – Montpellier – Mont Ventoux – 184 km (July 14th)

TdF 2016 Stage 12

Stage 13 – Bourg Saint-Andréol – La Caverne du Pont d’Arc – 37.5 km (July 15th)

TdF 2016 Stage 13

Stage 14 – Montélimar – Villars-les-Dombes – 208.5 km  (July 16th)

TdF 2016 Stage 14

Stage 15 – Bourg-en-Bresse – Culoz – 160 km (July 17th)

TdF 2016 Stage 15

Stage 16 – Moirans-en-Montagne – Berne – 209 km (July 18th)

TdF 2016 Stage 16

Stage 17 – Berne – Finhaut-Emosson – 184.4 km (July 20th)

TdF 2016 Stage 17

Stage 18 – Sallanches – Megève – 17 km (July 21st)

TdF 2016 Stage 18

Stage 19 – Albertville – Saint-Gervais-Mont Blanc – 146 km (July 22nd)

TdF 2016 Stage 19

Stage 20 – Saint-Gervais-les-Bains – Morzine – 146.5 km (July 23rd)

TdF 2016 Stage 20

Stage 21 – Chantilly-Paris Champs-Élysées – 113 km  (July 24th)

TdF 2016 Stage 21

2016 Giro d’Italia Stats

– 22 teams (18 World Tour, 4 Pro Continental) will line-up for the 99th edition of the Corsa Rosa

– Of these, only one is winless this season: Giant-Alpecin

– The 2016 race starts in Apeldoorn and finishes in Turin, after 3383 kilometers

– It will be for the 12th time in history that the Giro d’Italia will kick-off from a foreign country and for the third time that Netherlands get to host the depart

– At 2744 meters, Colle dell’Agnello will be Cima Coppi this year

– Four former winners are at the start of the Giro d’Italia this year: Damiano Cunego, Ryder Hesjedal, Vincenzo Nibali and Michele Scarponi

– For the second season running, Sky and Trek-Segafredo are the only teams not to field a rider from the country in which they are registered

– Bardiani-CSF and Gazprom-Rusvelo will line up riders from a single country, Italy, respectively Russia

– Giant-Alpecin, IAM Cycling and Trek-Segafredo are the teams with the most nationalities in the squad, 7

– Cyclists from 34 countries will run the Giro d’Italia: Albania, Australia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, Estonia, Eritrea, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, U.S.A.

– As expected, Italy has the most riders in the peloton: 53

– Colombia’s Daniel Martinez (20 years) is the youngest cyclist at the start, while Matteo Tossato (42 years) is the oldest one

– For Tossato, this will be the 33rd career start in a Grand Tour

– The Italian is also the cyclist with the most starts in Corsa Rosa: 13 (including this one)

– Adam Hansen is poised to ride his 14th consecutive Grand Tour

– Eduard Grosu will become the first Romanian cyclist to record two Grand Tour starts

– The riders who are at the start have won a combined total of 7 Grand Tours, 16 Monuments, 4 world titles and more than 100 Grand Tour stages

– Six neo-pros will make their debut in a Grand Tour: Julen Amezqueta, Giulio Ciccone, Mirco Maestri, Simone Petilli, Cristian Rodriguez and Alexey Rybalkin

Who will win the Giro d’Italia?

Giro d’Italia favourites – race days/wins

Mikel Landa – 15/3

Esteban Chaves – 16/0

Tom Dumoulin – 24/0

Alejandro Valverde – 24/6

Rigoberto Uran – 25/0

Rafal Majka – 26/0

Vincenzo Nibali – 27/2

Ilnur Zakarin – 28/1

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