The Tirreno-Adriatico presents itself with a list worthy of the Tour

The presence of great figures such as Tadej Pogacar, Julian Alaphilippe, Mikel Landa, Egan Bernal, Wout van Aert or Mathieu Van der Poel give even more prominence to the race.

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After the show offered by the cyclists on the Tuscan sterrato in the Strade Bianche, many of the riders who were in the Italian classic will meet again from this Wednesday in the Tirreno-Adriatico, the Race of the Two Seas ( March 10-16) in search of the champion's trident.

A trident for which there will be great contenders at stake, such as the current Tour de France champion, Tadej Pogacar, who this year has already won the UAE Tour general, or the world champion Julian Alaphilippe as well as the British Simon Yates, current defender of the title in the Tirreno-Adriatico.

In the race for the general classification there will also be an Egan Bernal who arrives in full swing after his great Strade Bianche as well as names such as Jakob Fuglsang, Vincenzo Nibali, Sergio Higuita, Thiabut Pinot, Mikel Landa and Nairo Quintana. These last two arrive in Tirreno-Adriatico after their particular duel at the GP Larciano, where Mauri Vansevenant finally took away the victory.

The battle in Tirreno-Adriatico will not only focus on the fight for the general, as we will also have precious battles in the sprints with the presence of the recent champion of the Strade Bianche Mathieu Van der Poel, his great rival Wout Van Aert, the debut of the Slovak Peter Sagan, the Italians Elia Viviani and Davide Ballerini, Fernando Gaviria, Caleb Ewan or Iván García Cortina. All a luxury participation for a Tirreno-Adriatico that will have a cast worthy of the Tour de France.

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