tappe giro d'italia 2011

Stage 12 of the 2011 Giro d'Italia took place on 19 May, and the race concluded on 29 May. He was reportedly crushed between his car and a garage door. Tutti i dettagli del percorso e delle tappe del Giro d'Italia 2020. Just as they had before the 2010 Giro, the team suspended Alessandro Ballan and Mauro Santambrogio, members of the Lampre–NGC team in 2009 who were named in the investigation. Won by Vasil Kiryienka before José Humberto Rujano (2nd) and Joaquim Rodríguez (3rd). View full results of Stage 20 in Giro d'Italia 2011 from Verbania to Sestriere over 242 kilometre. [35] While there were five stages classified as flat, and Italian sprinter Alessandro Petacchi claimed he saw as many as seven potential sprint finishes,[32] consensus was overwhelming that the majority of the route favored the strongest of the climbers at the expense of other riders. The race started on 7 May with a team time trial in Turin to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Italian unification , when the city served as the first capital of the single state. Though his sporting director at the Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey had promised him a place in the Giro should he win two stages at that event (Guardini did indeed win two stages in Turkey), the team believed he would be better served continuing to take part in somewhat smaller races. Contador and the rest of the overall favorites finished at the front of the race, with riders well down in the standings claiming the time bonuses, meaning Contador retained the race leadership after all.[58]. Ciclismo Grandi Giri 1,545 views. Giro d'Italia 2011 Millar wint tijdrit Alberto Contador wint voor tweede keer Giro d’Italia. [107] They were later announced to be part of the same stage for the 2012 Giro. Giro Italia n.100, prime tappe … Of the race's 18 mass-start stages, only three ended with the majority of the field together at the front of the race. Millar led the rest of the field across the line a few seconds later. Quick-Step and Team RadioShack sent two sprinters apiece—Gerald Ciolek and Francesco Chicchi for the Belgian team and Robbie Hunter and Robbie McEwen on the American squad. The course was shortened by 5.5 km (3.4 mi) four days before the stage took place, due to a special election taking place in Milan the same day as the stage. [60][61] Wearing a black armband to memorialize fellow Spanish cyclist Xavier Tondó who, though not a participant in the race, died while it was run, Contador dominantly won the stage 16 uphill individual time trial. [37] The final major climb was the Colle delle Finestre, which made its return after last featuring in the 2005 Giro d'Italia. Here is the 2011 Giro by the numbers: 21 stages; 7 mountaintop finishes (40 major climbs) 3,496 kilometers [105] Though praised for his delicate handling of Weylandt's death, Zomegnan's handling of the teams' protest of and eventual removal of the Monte Crostis from the Giro race route was seen much less approvingly. Race leader Alberto Contador, along with many others, rode the stage 16 individual time trial with black armbands. De klassementen na de 6de etappe van de Giro d'Italia 2011 Het etappeklassement van de 6de etappe: Orvieto > Fiuggi Terme 1/ Francisco Ventoso (Movistar Team) 195 km in 5h15'39" 2/ Alessandro Petacchi (Lampre-ISD) 3/ Roberto Ferrari (Androni Giocattoli-C.I.P.I.) This award was known by various names in previous years, and was previously time-based. Michele Scarponi and Vincenzo Nibali completed the podium, in that order, having targeted one another once it became obvious that Contador's advantage was insurmountable. [84], Manuel Antonio Cardoso of Team RadioShack had been nearest to Weylandt when he crashed, and stated that Weylandt had touched a small retaining wall on the left side of the road with either his pedal or his handlebars, and was then catapulted across the road to the other side, where he again collided with something. [103] Many other races, mostly those held in Weylandt's native Belgium, also began the practice of not issuing the number. No results for the stage were recorded, and it did not count towards the general classification or any of the points competitions. City officials expected high voter turnout and did not want the city center tied up by the race all day, so the revised route began at the outskirts of Milan instead of its center. Zomegnan had held the position since 2004, beginning with the 2005 Giro d'Italia. He briefly considered riding as a domestique for Vincenzo Nibali, but opted against it because of his physical condition at the time and the feeling that doing so would be disrespectful to the race. Each climb was categorized as either first, second, third, or fourth-category, with more points available for the higher-categorized climbs. The small Androni Giocattoli and Colnago–CSF Inox also sent sprinters, Roberto Ferrari and 2010 Giro stage winner Manuel Belletti, respectively. Rujano struggled mightily to hold Contador's wheel and no one else came close to reaching the pair. He also won the points competition as the most consistent high finisher, also with a substantial lead over Scarponi in second place, and Vincenzo Nibali completed the podium. [42] Race director Angelo Zomegnan balked at the criticisms, saying simply "It's a hard Giro but the Giro has to be hard. Their leader Igor Antón won the controversy-laden day ending at Monte Zoncolan, when the Monte Crostis climb was removed from the route. [116] Finally, on 6 February 2012, the court spoke, overturning the Spanish federation's decision to clear Contador and assessing the rider a backdated two-year ban, from the date of his adverse test at the 2010 Tour de France. 2011 Giro d'Italia, Stage 12 to Stage 21; Gebruik op eu.wikipedia.org 2011ko Italiako Giroa; Gebruik op fr.wikipedia.org Tour d'Italie 2011; Gebruik op gl.wikipedia.org Giro de Italia 2011; Gebruik op hu.wikipedia.org A 2011-es Giro d’Italia szakaszai (1–11.) It was on this day that strong overall favorite Alberto Contador first seized control of the race. Giro d’Italia 2011 – Voorbeschouwing etappe 19. [45] Therefore, the length of the stage was shortened to 170 km (106 mi). Stage 5 was held on the dirt roads of Tuscany, which had provided for one of the more spectacular stages in the 2010 Giro d'Italia. Won by Igor Antón before Alberto Contador (2nd) and Vincenzo Nibali (3rd). The route for the 2011 Giro was unveiled in Turin on 23 October 2010. Pochi giorni alle due tappe del giro d'Italia che quest'anno passeranno per la Sicilia e per la mia Etna. On this day, which ended at the Grossglockner in Austria, he and Rujano again finished well ahead of the main field. [67], Other awards included the Combativity classification, which was a compilation of points gained for position on crossing intermediate sprints, mountain passes and stage finishes. Your 2011 Giro d'Italia podium: Michele Scarponi (Lampre) 2nd + 6:10, Alberto Contador 1st 84:05:14, Vincenzo Nibali 3rd + 6:56: Astana won the team classification by 10 minutes over Movistar. De ronde werd aanvankelijk gewonnen … Nog drie etappes en dan zit de Giro d’Italia er alweer op. [65] Although Contador claimed that he was not going to give his strongest effort in the stage 21 individual time trial,[66] the Giro's final stage, his ride was still good enough for third place, extending his winning margin to over six minutes, giving him his sixth and statistically most dominant Grand Tour championship. 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[126], In the 2011 Giro d'Italia, four different jerseys were awarded. [129] Each mass-start stage had one intermediate sprint, the Traguardo Volante, or T.V. Much like had occurred at the final podium celebrations for the 2009 Tour de France, the wrong national anthem was played for Contador. Each of the 23 teams took to the front of the peloton for about 15 minutes, and members of Leopard Trek, along with Farrar, were allowed to finish first with their arms around each other. Contador won the stage, his first Giro stage win despite having won the Italian Grand Tour in 2008, and immediately attained a minute's advantage in the overall classification. 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