This is how the Colombians will start in the individual time trial of the Giro

Stage 9 of the Giro d’Italia will have an individual time trial with the Colombians wanting to be the protagonists. The first to leave will be Fernando Gaviria who will be located in position 28 and will leave at 6:42 in the morning this Sunday. Veljko Stojnic, from Team Corratec, will be the first rider in the competition around 6:15 am. This race will take place between Savignano sul Rubicone and Cesena.

After 8:35 in the morning, Einer Rubio and Rigoberto Urán will start, who will start in boxes 141 and 142, respectively. Santiago Buitrago will be the last Colombian to have action in the individual time trial and will do so at 8:42 am and will be in position 148. The runners will leave every minute on the starting ramp, except for the last 15, which will have a space of three minutes between each one.

It should be noted that the Bahrain-Victorious cyclist was the best in our country in the eighth stage. Buitrago crossed the finish line this Saturday in the 24th box at 5:08 behind the winner of the Healy race. He continues in a good way in his function of gregarious for Jack Haig and Damiano Caruso and is located in box 17 of the general at 2:52.

These are the Colombian schedules for Stage 9

  • Fernando Gaviria- 6:42 a.m.
  • Einer Rubio – 8:35 a.m.
  • Rigoberto Urán – 8:36 a.m.
  • Santiago Buitrago – 8:42 a.m.

This is how Colombians are going in the Giro d’Italia 2023

  • 1st Andreas Leknessund – Team DSM – 33:52:10
  • 2nd Remco Evenepoel – Soudal Quick Step – 0:08
  • 3rd Primoz Roglic – Jumbo – 0:38
  • 17th Santiago Buitrago – Bahrain Victorious – 2:52
  • 23rd Rigoberto Urán – EF Education EasyPost – 4:26
  • 24th Einer Rubio – Movistar Team – 4:29
  • 137th Fernando Gaviria – Movistar Team – 1:35:09
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