Giro d’Italia today, stage 21: schedule, profile and route

All roads lead to Rome. It will not be an exception 106th edition of a Giro d’Italia which culminates today with the coronation of its new emperor, of its new champion. Cousin Roglic will raise its first Senza Fine Trophy in the Eternal City, which hosts the end of a Pink Corsa for the third time so far in the 21st century (before, in 2009 and 2018).

And he will do it with a classic end of party more typical of the Tour de France and La Vuelta, since in recent times it has been more common in the Giro to see a last stage in the form of a time trial. As it is, it will be a conventional online stage that does not involve difficulty some for the runners, so we will see a break from a small group of runners, a caution near the finish and a massive sprint.

Giro d'Italia 2023: profile of the 21st stage.
Giro d’Italia 2023: profile of the 21st stage.AS Diary

The tour consists of 135 km completely flat, starting and finishing in Rome, where cyclists must complete six laps of a 13.6 km circuit. All the classifications of the race have been decided, including a cycling jersey whose sprinters will once again be the protagonists today. So, we’ll see if a rider like Fernando Gaviria manages to do his homework at the last minute so as not to leave empty-handed in this Giro, with a prestigious victory under his arm. Milan, Groves, Matthews, Pedersen, Dainese and Ackermann have already done it.

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