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1
Stage1
Brescia — Brescia ITT
2
Stage2
Sirmione — Volta Mantovana
3
Stage3
Sabbioneta — Toano
4
Stage4
Imola — Urbino
5
Stage5
Frontone — Foligno
6
Stage6
San Benedetto del Tronto — Chieti
7
Stage7
Lanciano — Blockhaus
8
Stage8
Pescara — L'Aquila
Total km
856.6
Average km
107.1
Altitude gain (m)
11,950

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Stage
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Date
Start / Finish
Distance
1
Sun.
07/07/2024
Brescia - Brescia ITT
14,6 km

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The Giro d’Italia Women opens up with a classic individual time trial in an urban setting. Both start and finish are in Brescia. After the leaving the Stadium area, the riders will cross the Mella river and ride along mainly flat and straight roads with plenty of roundabouts. The second passage over the Mella leads into the heart of the city, reaching the local Castle, where the only short asperity of the day will be tackled. Descent towards the historic centre followed by the finish in Piazza della Loggia.

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

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Flat stage featuring a final circuit. Start on the banks of Lake Garda to then follow the shore through Desenzano and enter the Brescian plain, hitting the towns of Lonato, Montichiari, Asola and Medole before arriving at Guidizzolo, where the peloton will start a 20 km circuit to be repeated once. The circuit features a few rather quiet ups and downs at Cavriana before arriving at Volta Mantovana.

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

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The first summit finish of the race comes up in a stage clearly divided into two parts: the first, up to Ponte Secchia, climbs gently across the Po valley, while the final 12 km are steep all the way to the finish. The first part is also characterised by the crossing of numerous villages in the Reggio Emilia area before entering the Secchia valley and reaching the foot of the final 11-km climb. The first KOM of the Giro d’Italia Women climbs at 6% gradient until the village of La Collina, where the road flattens up a bit.

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

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Another stage divided into two parts: a completely flat run-up and a very active finale. The riders will ride along the practically straight and flat Via Emilia from Imola to Savignano, crossing several villages along the way. After Savignano, the girls will gradually make their way deeper into the Romagna Apennines. A KOM will be located in the Republic of San Marino, along with other climbs between Mercatino Conca and Urbino, in addition to the steep final wall.

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

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On paper, this should be the last quiet stage before the final triptych that will determine the final classification of the Giro d’Italia Women. The peloton crosses the Umbro-Marchigiano Apennines, touching on Pergola and Sassoferrato before entering the Via Flaminia, which will lead to the finish line with its continuous ups and downs. The finish in the city is perfect for fast wheels. Arrival in Foligno like in previous editions of the Tirreno-Adriatico or the Giro d’Italia.

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

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This stage consists of a series of climbs and descents as the Giro moves from one valley to another. Ten fairly punchy climbs are scattered along the route with an equal number of descents. Practically no flat ground available. The finale is all uphill with double-digit gradients leading to the centre of Chieti.

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

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Mountain stage featuring a breathless succession of short climbs ending with the double climb of the Passo Lanciano and the Blockhaus (Mamma Rosa). The girls will climb Bocca di Valle after Guardiagrele and La Forchetta after Pretoro, before beginning the terrible final circuit. The first climb from Lettomanoppello ends at Passo Lanciano to descend to La Forchetta and, back in Lettomanoppello, climb up to Passo Lanciano completing the climb all the way to the Blockhaus. The roads are very demanding and characterised by numerous bends and ups and downs, especially in the first part.

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8
Sun.
14/07/2024
Pescara - L'Aquila
109 km

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Challenging final climbing stage where things begin with a bang: the first part is all uphill through the villages of Cepagatti, Civitaquana and Brittoli up to Forca di Penne. The peloton will then face the day’s toughest climb at Castel del Monte, at the foot of the Gran Sasso, before descending slightly to Calascio and Santo Stefano di Sessanio. The last major descent of almost 20 kilometres leads to the outskirts of L’Aquila, where the short climb of Acquasanta is a prelude to the final sprint on the straight stretch of the Villa Comunale, which has hosted Giro d’Italia arrivals several times before.

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Stage1 Sun. 07/07/2024

Brescia – Brescia ITT

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The Giro d’Italia Women opens up with a classic individual time trial in an urban setting. Both start and finish are in Brescia. After the leaving the Stadium area, the riders will cross the Mella river and ride along mainly flat and straight roads with plenty of roundabouts. The second passage over the Mella leads into the heart of the city, reaching the local Castle, where the only short asperity of the day will be tackled. Descent towards the historic centre followed by the finish in Piazza della Loggia.

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Stage2 Mon. 08/07/2024

Sirmione – Volta Mantovana

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Flat stage featuring a final circuit. Start on the banks of Lake Garda to then follow the shore through Desenzano and enter the Brescian plain, hitting the towns of Lonato, Montichiari, Asola and Medole before arriving at Guidizzolo, where the peloton will start a 20 km circuit to be repeated once. The circuit features a few rather quiet ups and downs at Cavriana before arriving at Volta Mantovana.

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Stage3 Tue. 09/07/2024

Sabbioneta – Toano

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The first summit finish of the race comes up in a stage clearly divided into two parts: the first, up to Ponte Secchia, climbs gently across the Po valley, while the final 12 km are steep all the way to the finish. The first part is also characterised by the crossing of numerous villages in the Reggio Emilia area before entering the Secchia valley and reaching the foot of the final 11-km climb. The first KOM of the Giro d’Italia Women climbs at 6% gradient until the village of La Collina, where the road flattens up a bit.

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Stage4 Wed. 10/07/2024

Imola – Urbino

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Another stage divided into two parts: a completely flat run-up and a very active finale. The riders will ride along the practically straight and flat Via Emilia from Imola to Savignano, crossing several villages along the way. After Savignano, the girls will gradually make their way deeper into the Romagna Apennines. A KOM will be located in the Republic of San Marino, along with other climbs between Mercatino Conca and Urbino, in addition to the steep final wall.

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  • technical info
Stage5 Thu. 11/07/2024

Frontone – Foligno

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On paper, this should be the last quiet stage before the final triptych that will determine the final classification of the Giro d’Italia Women. The peloton crosses the Umbro-Marchigiano Apennines, touching on Pergola and Sassoferrato before entering the Via Flaminia, which will lead to the finish line with its continuous ups and downs. The finish in the city is perfect for fast wheels. Arrival in Foligno like in previous editions of the Tirreno-Adriatico or the Giro d’Italia.

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Stage6 Fri. 12/07/2024

San Benedetto del Tronto – Chieti

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This stage consists of a series of climbs and descents as the Giro moves from one valley to another. Ten fairly punchy climbs are scattered along the route with an equal number of descents. Practically no flat ground available. The finale is all uphill with double-digit gradients leading to the centre of Chieti.

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Stage7 Sat. 13/07/2024

Lanciano – Blockhaus

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Mountain stage featuring a breathless succession of short climbs ending with the double climb of the Passo Lanciano and the Blockhaus (Mamma Rosa). The girls will climb Bocca di Valle after Guardiagrele and La Forchetta after Pretoro, before beginning the terrible final circuit. The first climb from Lettomanoppello ends at Passo Lanciano to descend to La Forchetta and, back in Lettomanoppello, climb up to Passo Lanciano completing the climb all the way to the Blockhaus. The roads are very demanding and characterised by numerous bends and ups and downs, especially in the first part.

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Stage8 Sun. 14/07/2024

Pescara – L'Aquila

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Challenging final climbing stage where things begin with a bang: the first part is all uphill through the villages of Cepagatti, Civitaquana and Brittoli up to Forca di Penne. The peloton will then face the day’s toughest climb at Castel del Monte, at the foot of the Gran Sasso, before descending slightly to Calascio and Santo Stefano di Sessanio. The last major descent of almost 20 kilometres leads to the outskirts of L’Aquila, where the short climb of Acquasanta is a prelude to the final sprint on the straight stretch of the Villa Comunale, which has hosted Giro d’Italia arrivals several times before.

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