How much money does Primoz Roglic get for winning the 2023 Giro d’Italia?

Primoz Roglic is champion of the Giro d’Italia after certifying the pink jersey this Sunday in the final stage of Rome. His triumph brings with it a succulent economic prize. The largest, obviously, of the total amount of prizes awarded between the UCI and RCS, the organizing company of the race.

The Slovenian takes 265,668 euros just for winning the general. To this we must add 2,000 euros for wearing pink one day, 11,010 for his victory in the time trial on Saturday, 2,753 due to his third place in Monte Bondone, and another 6,059 euros achieved in other stages. That makes a total of 287,490 euros.

For the second classified overall, Geraint Thomas, 133,412 euros are reserved. And for the third, Joao Almeida, another 68,801. On the other hand, the first in the points classification, Jonathan Milan, gets 10,000 euros, plus 750 for each day with the cycling jersey; the best young man, Almeida, another 10,000 and also 750 per day; that of the climbers, Thibaut Pinot, 5,000 and 750 a day, and the best team, Bahrain-Victorious, 5,000.

In addition, there are 5,000 euros reserved for the fair play prize and 4,000 for the most combative. Getting into a getaway has been rewarded with 100 euros and the combative of each day has managed 300. Passing a flying goal first has meant a check for 500 euros.

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