The stage of the day at the Giro: the spotlight, again, on Démare

A good day for sprinting. So far, the total dominator in the volatas is French Démare, with three wins. Other sprinters will try to debut.

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The Giro faces its eleventh stage, already in the second week and after two teams, Mitchelton and Jumbo, have abandoned the race due to a coronavirus that has broken the bubble in the peloton and it remains to be seen if the race can reach Milan. For now, this Wednesday Rimini will do it in a day that will start from Porto Sant'Elpidio and will consist of 182 kilometers. On a flat course, with only a fourth category level at 80 kilometers from the finish line, the day's winner will start from a predictable sprint.

Follow the Giro d'Italia live and direct, stage 11 that takes place between Porto Sant'Elpidio and Rimini.

In the volatas, there is a clear dominator so far in the Giro d'Italia: Arnaud Démare. The French champion has three stages, practically all three with a massive arrival. He also dominates the points jersey, although yesterday saw Sagan cut his income sharply (167 vs 147) after a brilliant victory for the Slovak, which ended his long drought. The two will be big favorites to win in Rimini. Along with them, names like the Colombians Gaviria, Hodeg and the French Viviani.



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