2019 Giro Rosa

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Flag of Italy.svg2019 Giro Rosa
2019 UCI Women's World Tour, race 14 of 23
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Race details
Dates5 – 14 July 2018
Stages10
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The 30th running of the women's Giro d'Italia, or Giro Rosa, was held from 5 to 14 July 2019. Raced over ten stages, it was considered the most prestigious stage race of the women's calendar. The defending champion, Annemiek van Vleuten, won the race.

Route[edit]

Stage schedule[1]
Stage Date Course Distance Type Winner
1 5 July Cassano Spinola to Castellania 18 km (11.2 mi) Team Time Trial Stage.svg Team time trial Canyon–SRAM
2 6 July Viù to Viù 78 km (48.5 mi) Hillystage.svg Hilly stage  Marianne Vos (NED) [2]
3 7 July Sagliano Micca to Piedicavallo 104 km (64.6 mi) Medium-mountain stage  Marianne Vos (NED)[3]
4 8 July Lissone to Carate Brianza 100 km (62.1 mi) Plainstage.svg Flat stage  Letizia Borghesi (ITA)
5 9 July Ponte in Valtellina to Valfurva (Passo Gavia) Lago Cancano 100 km (62.1 mi) 87.5 km (54.4 mi) Mountainstage.svg Mountain stage  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED)
6 10 July Chiuro to Teglio 12 km (7.5 mi) Time Trial.svg Individual time trial  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED)
7 11 July Cornedo Vicentino to Fara Vicentino/San Giorgio di Perlena 128 km (79.5 mi) Medium-mountain stage  Marianne Vos (NED)
8 12 July Vittorio Veneto to Maniago 133.3 km (82.8 mi) Hillystage.svg Hilly stage  Lizzy Banks (GBR)
9 13 July Gemona to Chiusaforte/Malga Montasio 125 km (77.7 mi) Mountainstage.svg Mountain stage  Anna van der Breggen (NED)
10 14 July San Vito al Tagliamento to Udine 120 km (74.6 mi) Plainstage.svg Flat stage  Marianne Vos (NED)

UCI World Tour[edit]

Stages[edit]

Stage 1[edit]

5 July 2019 — Cassano Spinola to Castellania, 18 km (11.2 mi), team time trial (TTT)
Result of Stage 1[4]
Rank Team Time
1 Canyon–SRAM 31' 41"
2 Bigla Pro Cycling + 24"
3 CCC Liv + 45"
4 Mitchelton–Scott + 53"
5 Boels–Dolmans + 1' 04"
6 Trek–Segafredo + 1' 07"
7 Team Sunweb + 1' 20"
8 Movistar Team + 1' 41"
9 Team Virtu Cycling + 1' 45"
10 WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling + 1' 50"
General classification after Stage 1[4]
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL) Jersey pink.svgJersey red number.svg Canyon–SRAM 31' 41"
2  Hannah Barnes (UK) Jersey red number.svg Canyon–SRAM + 0"
3  Omer Shapira (ISR) Jersey red number.svg Canyon–SRAM + 0"
4  Alena Amialiusik (BLR) Jersey red number.svg Canyon–SRAM + 0"
5  Leah Thomas (USA) Bigla Pro Cycling + 24"
6  Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig (DEN) Bigla Pro Cycling + 24"
7  Mikayla Harvey (NZL) Jersey white.svg Bigla Pro Cycling + 24"
8  Elise Chabbey (SWI) Bigla Pro Cycling + 24"
9  Ashleigh Moolman (RSA) CCC Liv + 45"
10  Marianne Vos (NED) CCC Liv + 45"

Stage 2[edit]

6 July 2019 — Viù to Viù, 76.3 km (47.4 mi)
Result of Stage 2[5]
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Marianne Vos (NED) CCC Liv 2h 15' 56"
2  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED) Mitchelton–Scott + 0"
3  Lucinda Brand (NED) Team Sunweb + 0"
4  Anna van der Breggen (NED) Boels–Dolmans + 0"
5  Soraya Paladin (ITA) Alé–Cipollini + 0"
6  Amanda Spratt (AUS) Mitchelton–Scott + 0"
7  Ane Santesteban (ESP) WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling + 0"
8  Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL) Canyon–SRAM + 0"
9  Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA) Trek–Segafredo + 0"
10  Demi Vollering (NED) Parkhotel Valkenburg + 0"
General classification after Stage 2[5]
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL) Jersey pink.svgJersey red number.svg Canyon–SRAM 2h 47' 27"
2  Omer Shapira (ISR) Jersey red number.svg Canyon–SRAM + 12"
3  Alena Amialiusik (BLR) Jersey red number.svg Canyon–SRAM + 19"
4  Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig (DEN) Bigla Pro Cycling + 24"
5  Marianne Vos (NED) Jersey violet.svg CCC Liv + 35"
6  Ashleigh Moolman (RSA) CCC Liv + 45"
7  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED) Mitchelton–Scott + 47"
8  Leah Thomas (USA) Bigla Pro Cycling + 47"
9  Elise Chabbey (SWI) Bigla Pro Cycling + 47"
10  Amanda Spratt (AUS) Mitchelton–Scott + 53"

Stage 3[edit]

7 July 2019 — Sagliano Micca to Piedicavallo, 104.1 km (64.7 mi)

After unsuccessful solo breakaway attempts by Eugenia Bujak and Tayler Wiles, Lucy Kennedy launched an attack at 2.5 km (1.6 mi) to go. She quickly opened up a gap and managed to keep it up the steep drag to the finish line. At 200 meter to go, the bunch was closing in and Marianne Vos launched her attack. Unaware of this, and with only a few meters left to the finish line, Kennedy thought she had won and started raising her arm in celebration. In extremis, Vos sped passed her to the stage victory, leaving Kennedy with second place.

Result of Stage 3[6]
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Marianne Vos (NED) CCC Liv 2h 49' 11"
2  Lucy Kennedy (AUS) Mitchelton–Scott + 0"
3  Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig (DEN) Bigla Pro Cycling + 0"
4  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED) Mitchelton–Scott + 0"
5  Ashleigh Moolman (RSA) CCC Liv + 0"
6  Lucinda Brand (NED) Team Sunweb + 0"
7  Soraya Paladin (ITA) Alé–Cipollini + 0"
8  Ane Santesteban (ESP) WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling + 0"
9  Anna van der Breggen (NED) Boels–Dolmans + 0"
10  Erica Magnaldi (ITA) WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling + 0"
General classification after Stage 3[6]
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL) Jersey pink.svg Canyon–SRAM 5h 36' 48"
2  Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig (DEN) Bigla Pro Cycling + 20"
3  Marianne Vos (NED) Jersey violet.svg Jersey green.svg CCC Liv + 25"
4  Alena Amialiusik (BLR) Canyon–SRAM + 40"
5  Omer Shapira (ISR) Canyon–SRAM + 44"
6  Ashleigh Moolman (RSA) CCC Liv + 45"
7  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED) Jersey red number.svg Mitchelton–Scott + 47"
8  Amanda Spratt (AUS) Jersey red number.svg Mitchelton–Scott + 52"
9  Lucy Kennedy (AUS) Jersey red number.svg Mitchelton–Scott + 59"
10  Anna van der Breggen (NED) Boels–Dolmans + 1' 04"

Stage 4[edit]

8 July 2019 — Lissone to Carate Brianza, 100.1 km (62.2 mi)

A three rider strong breakaway, consisting of Letizia Borghesi, Chiara Perini and Anouska Koster rode away from the peloton after 38 km (23.6 mi). Koster was dropped, while Nadia Quagliotto attacked from the peloton to join the two other Italians at the front. Quagliotto unsuccesfully tried to drop her fellow breakaway companions on the only categorised climb of the day. With the race coming down to a sprint for the three riders in the breakaway, Quagliotto was the first to launch her sprint. Thinking she'd won, she started celebrating, only to be pipped on the line by Borghesi.

Result of Stage 4[7]
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Letizia Borghesi (ITA) Aromitalia–Basso Bikes–Vaiano 2h 29' 50"
2  Nadia Quagliotto (ITA) Alé–Cipollini + 0"
3  Chiara Perini (ITA) Bepink + 0"
4  Marianne Vos (NED) CCC Liv + 42"
5  Leah Kirchmann (CAN) Team Sunweb + 42"
6  Soraya Paladin (ITA) Alé–Cipollini + 42"
7  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED) Mitchelton–Scott + 42"
8  Ilaria Sanguineti (ITA) Valcar–Cylance + 42"
9  Kelly Van den Steen (BEL) Lotto–Soudal Ladies + 42"
10  Rasa Leleivytė (LIT) Aromitalia–Basso Bikes–Vaiano + 42"
General classification after Stage 4[7]
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL) Jersey pink.svg Canyon–SRAM 8h 07' 20"
2  Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig (DEN) Bigla Pro Cycling + 20"
3  Marianne Vos (NED) Jersey violet.svg CCC Liv + 25"
4  Alena Amialiusik (BLR) Canyon–SRAM + 40"
5  Omer Shapira (ISR) Canyon–SRAM + 44"
6  Ashleigh Moolman (RSA) CCC Liv + 45"
7  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED) Jersey red number.svg Mitchelton–Scott + 47"
8  Amanda Spratt (AUS) Jersey red number.svg Mitchelton–Scott + 52"
9  Lucy Kennedy (AUS) Jersey red number.svg Mitchelton–Scott + 59"
10  Anna van der Breggen (NED) Boels–Dolmans + 1' 04"

Stage 5[edit]

9 July 2019 — Ponte in Valtellina to Lago di Cancano, 87.5 km (54.4 mi)

Originally, stage 5 was planned to finish on the Passo di Gavia. However, due to landslides, the stage had to be rerouted.[8] The organisers replaced the Gavia with the finish to Lago Cancano in Valdidentro, a finish previously used in the 2011 edition.

Result of Stage 5[9]
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED) Mitchelton–Scott 3h 09' 47"
2  Lucinda Brand (NED) Team Sunweb + 2' 57"
3  Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL) Canyon–SRAM + 2' 57"
4  Soraya Paladin (ITA) Alé–Cipollini + 2' 57"
5  Amanda Spratt (AUS) Mitchelton–Scott + 2' 57"
6  Anna van der Breggen (NED) Boels–Dolmans + 2' 57"
7  Ashleigh Moolman (RSA) CCC Liv + 2' 57"
8  Erica Magnaldi (ITA) WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling + 2' 57"
9  Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA) Trek–Segafredo + 2' 57"
10  Demi Vollering (NED) Parkhotel Valkenburg + 3' 25"
General classification after Stage 5[9]
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED) Jersey pink.svg Jersey violet.svg Jersey green.svg Mitchelton–Scott 11h 17' 44"
2  Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL) Canyon–SRAM + 2' 16"
3  Ashleigh Moolman (RSA) CCC Liv + 3' 05"
4  Amanda Spratt (AUS) Mitchelton–Scott + 3' 12"
5  Anna van der Breggen (NED) Boels–Dolmans + 3' 24"
6  Lucinda Brand (NED) Team Sunweb + 3' 27"
7  Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA) Jersey blue.svg Trek–Segafredo + 3' 59"
8  Katie Hall (USA) Boels–Dolmans + 4' 04"
9  Erica Magnaldi (ITA) Jersey red number.svg WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling + 4' 10"
10  Juliette Labous (FRA) Jersey white.svg FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope + 4' 26"

Stage 6[edit]

10 July 2019 — Chiuro to Teglio, 12.1 km (7.5 mi)
Result of Stage 6[10]
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED) Mitchelton–Scott 24' 31"
2  Anna van der Breggen (NED) Boels–Dolmans + 53"
3  Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA) Trek–Segafredo + 1' 48"
4  Lucinda Brand (NED) Team Sunweb + 1' 50"
5  Juliette Labous (FRA) FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope + 1' 54"
6  Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL) Canyon–SRAM + 2' 01"
7  Katie Hall (USA) Boels–Dolmans + 2' 04"
8  Amanda Spratt (AUS) Mitchelton–Scott + 2' 09"
9  Tayler Wiles (USA) Trek–Segafredo + 2' 22"
10  Erica Magnaldi (ITA) WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling + 2' 24"
General classification after Stage 6
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED) Jersey pink.svg Jersey violet.svg Jersey green.svg Mitchelton–Scott 11h 42' 15"
2  Anna van der Breggen (NED) Boels–Dolmans + 4' 17"
3  Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL) Canyon–SRAM + 4' 17"
4  Lucinda Brand (NED) Team Sunweb + 5' 17"
5  Amanda Spratt (AUS) Mitchelton–Scott + 5' 21"
6  Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA) Jersey blue.svg Trek–Segafredo + 5' 47"
7  Katie Hall (USA) Boels–Dolmans + 6' 08"
8  Juliette Labous (FRA) Jersey white.svg FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope + 6' 20"
9  Ashleigh Moolman (RSA) CCC Liv + 6' 33"
10  Erica Magnaldi (ITA) Jersey red number.svg WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling + 6' 34"

Stage 7[edit]

11 July 2019 — Cornedo Vicentino to San Giorgio di Perlena/Fara Vicentino, 128.3 km (79.7 mi)
Result of Stage 7[11]
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Marianne Vos (NED) CCC Liv 3h 19' 33"
2  Anna van der Breggen (NED) Boels–Dolmans + 0"
3  Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA) Trek–Segafredo + 3"
4  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED) Mitchelton–Scott + 3"
5  Demi Vollering (NED) Parkhotel Valkenburg + 9"
6  Soraya Paladin (ITA) Alé–Cipollini + 9"
7  Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL) Canyon–SRAM + 9"
8  Ashleigh Moolman (RSA) CCC Liv + 9"
9  Ane Santesteban (ESP) WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling + 9"
10  Amanda Spratt (AUS) Mitchelton–Scott + 12"
General classification after Stage 7
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED) Jersey pink.svg Jersey violet.svg Jersey green.svg Mitchelton–Scott 15h 01' 54"
2  Anna van der Breggen (NED) Boels–Dolmans + 4' 08"
3  Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL) Canyon–SRAM + 4' 23"
4  Lucinda Brand (NED) Team Sunweb + 5' 26"
5  Amanda Spratt (AUS) Mitchelton–Scott + 5' 30"
6  Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA) Jersey blue.svg Trek–Segafredo + 5' 43"
7  Katie Hall (USA) Boels–Dolmans + 6' 20"
8  Ashleigh Moolman (RSA) CCC Liv + 6' 39"
9  Juliette Labous (FRA) Jersey white.svg FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope + 6' 39"
10  Erica Magnaldi (ITA) Jersey red number.svg WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling + 6' 46"

Stage 8[edit]

12 July 2019 — Vittorio Veneto to Maniago, 133.3 km (82.8 mi)
Result of Stage 8[12]
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Lizzy Banks (GBR) Bigla Pro Cycling 3h 38' 17"
2  Leah Thomas (USA) Bigla Pro Cycling + 30"
3  Soraya Paladin (ITA) Alé–Cipollini + 30"
4  Malgorzata Jasinska (POL) Movistar Team + 30"
5  Sofie De Vuyst (BEL) Parkhotel Valkenburg + 30"
6  Kathrin Hammes (GER) WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling + 30"
7  Paulien Rooijakkers (NED) CCC Liv + 30"
8  Shara Gillow (AUS) FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope + 30"
9  Ruth Winder (USA) Trek–Segafredo + 30"
10  Alice-Maria Arzuffi (ITA) Valcar–Cylance + 30"
General classification after Stage 8
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED) Jersey pink.svg Jersey violet.svg Jersey green.svg Mitchelton–Scott 18h 43' 01"
2  Anna van der Breggen (NED) Boels–Dolmans + 4' 11"
3  Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL) Canyon–SRAM + 4' 26"
4  Lucinda Brand (NED) Team Sunweb + 5' 26"
5  Amanda Spratt (AUS) Mitchelton–Scott + 5' 33"
6  Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA) Jersey blue.svg Trek–Segafredo + 5' 46"
7  Soraya Paladin (ITA) Alé–Cipollini + 6' 06"
8  Katie Hall (USA) Boels–Dolmans + 6' 23"
9  Ashleigh Moolman (RSA) CCC Liv + 6' 42"
10  Erica Magnaldi (ITA) Jersey red number.svg WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling + 6' 49"

Stage 9[edit]

13 July 2019 — Gemona to Chiusaforte/Malga Montasio, 125.5 km (78.0 mi)
Result of Stage 9[13]
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Anna van der Breggen (NED) Boels–Dolmans 3h 26' 27"
2  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED) Mitchelton–Scott + 17"
3  Ashleigh Moolman (RSA) CCC Liv + 1' 38"
4  Amanda Spratt (AUS) Mitchelton–Scott + 1' 38"
5  Katie Hall (USA) Boels–Dolmans + 1' 57"
6  Demi Vollering (NED) Parkhotel Valkenburg + 2' 51"
7  Ane Santesteban (ESP) WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling + 2' 51"
8  Erica Magnaldi (ITA) WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling + 2' 53"
9  Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA) Trek–Segafredo + 2' 55"
10  Juliette Labous (FRA) FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope + 3' 10"
General classification after Stage 9
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED) Jersey pink.svg Jersey violet.svg Jersey green.svg Mitchelton–Scott 22h 09' 39"
2  Anna van der Breggen (NED) Boels–Dolmans + 3' 50"
3  Amanda Spratt (AUS) Mitchelton–Scott + 7' 00"
4  Ashleigh Moolman (RSA) CCC Liv + 8' 05"
5  Katie Hall (USA) Boels–Dolmans + 8' 09"
6  Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL) Canyon–SRAM + 8' 10"
7  Lucinda Brand (NED) Team Sunweb + 8' 25"
8  Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA) Jersey blue.svg Trek–Segafredo + 8' 30"
9  Soraya Paladin (ITA) Alé–Cipollini + 9' 26"
10  Erica Magnaldi (ITA) Jersey red number.svg WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling + 9' 31"

Stage 10[edit]

14 July 2019 — San Vito al Tagliamento to Udine, 120 km (74.6 mi)
Result of Stage 10[14]
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Marianne Vos (NED) CCC Liv 2h 51' 45"
2  Lucinda Brand (NED) Team Sunweb + 1"
3  Lotte Kopecky (BEL) Lotto–Soudal Ladies + 1"
4  Soraya Paladin (ITA) Alé–Cipollini + 4"
5  Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL) Canyon–SRAM + 4"
6  Ashleigh Moolman (RSA) CCC Liv + 6"
7  Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA) Trek–Segafredo + 7"
8  Demi Vollering (NED) Parkhotel Valkenburg + 9"
9  Rasa Leleivytė (LIT) Aromitalia–Basso Bikes–Vaiano + 9"
10  Arianna Fidanza (ITA) Eurotarget–Bianchi–Vittoria + 10"
General classification after Stage 10
Rank Rider Team Time
1  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED) Jersey pink.svg Jersey violet.svg Jersey green.svg Mitchelton–Scott 25h 01' 41"
2  Anna van der Breggen (NED) Boels–Dolmans + 3' 45"
3  Amanda Spratt (AUS) Mitchelton–Scott + 6' 55"
4  Ashleigh Moolman (RSA) CCC Liv + 7' 54"
5  Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL) Canyon–SRAM + 7' 57"
6  Lucinda Brand (NED) Team Sunweb + 8' 01"
7  Katie Hall (USA) Boels–Dolmans + 8' 16"
8  Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA) Jersey blue.svg Trek–Segafredo + 8' 19"
9  Soraya Paladin (ITA) Alé–Cipollini + 9' 13"
10  Erica Magnaldi (ITA) Jersey red number.svg WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling + 9' 31"

Classification leadership table[edit]

Stage Winner General classification
Jersey pink.svg
Points classification
Jersey violet.svg
Mountains classification
Jersey green.svg
Young rider classification
Jersey white.svg
Italian rider classification
Jersey blue.svg
Teams classification
Jersey red number.svg
1 Canyon–SRAM Katarzyna Niewiadoma not awarded not awarded Mikayla Harvey Elisa Longo Borghini Canyon–SRAM
2 Marianne Vos Marianne Vos Sofie De Vuyst Juliette Labous
3 Marianne Vos Marianne Vos Mitchelton-Scott
4 Letizia Borghesi Sofie De Vuyst
5 Annemiek van Vleuten Annemiek van Vleuten Annemiek van Vleuten Annemiek van Vleuten WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling
6 Annemiek van Vleuten
7 Marianne Vos
8 Lizzy Banks
9 Anna van der Breggen
10 Marianne Vos
Final Annemiek van Vleuten Annemiek van Vleuten Annemiek van Vleuten Juliette Labous Elisa Longo Borghini WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling

In the 2019 Giro d'Italia Femminile, five different jerseys will be awarded. The most important is the general classification, which is calculated by adding each cyclist's finishing times on each stage. Time bonuses will be awarded to the first three finishers on all stages with the exception of the time trials: the stage winner will win a ten-second bonus, with six and four seconds for the second and third riders respectively. Bonus seconds will also be awarded to the first three riders at intermediate sprints; three seconds for the winner of the sprint, two seconds for the rider in second and one second for the rider in third. The rider with the least accumulated time is the race leader, identified by a pink jersey. This classification is considered the most important of the 2019 Giro d'Italia Femminile, and the winner of the classification was considered the winner of the race.

Additionally, there will a points classification, which awards a cyclamen jersey. In the points classification, cyclists receive points for finishing in the top 10 in a stage, and unlike in the points classification in the Tour de France, the winners of all stages – with the exception of the team time trial, which awards no points towards the classification – are awarded the same number of points. For winning a stage, a rider earned 15 points, with 12 for second, 10 for third, 8 for fourth, 6 for fifth with a point fewer per place down to a single point for 10th place.

Points for the mountains classification
Position 1 2 3 4 5
Points for Category 2 7 5 3 2 1
Points for Category 3 5 4

There is also a mountains classification, the leadership of which is marked by a green jersey. In the mountains classification, points towards the classification are won by reaching the top of a climb before other cyclists. Each climb is categorised as either second, or third-category, with more points available for the higher-categorised climbs; however on both categories, the top five riders were awarded points. The fourth jersey represents the young rider classification, marked by a white jersey. This is decided the same way as the general classification, but only riders born on or after 1 January 1996 are eligible to be ranked in the classification.

The fifth and final jersey represents the classification for Italian riders, marked by a blue jersey. This is decided the same way as the general classification, but only riders born in Italy are eligible to be ranked in the classification. There is also a team classification, in which the times of the best three cyclists per team on each stage are added together; the leading team at the end of the race is the team with the lowest total time. The daily team leaders wore red dossards in the following stage.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

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