25 teams of 7 riders each are set to start, including last year’s winner Wout van Aert, Mathieu van der Poel and Julian Alaphilippe
After a breathtaking Tirreno-Adriatico Eolo in which the world’s greatest riders fought for stage wins in dramatic fashion, the great spectacle of cycling is set to continue with the 112th Milano-Sanremo presented by Eolo, set to take place on Saturday 20 March.
Numerous world-class riders are expected to start, including the winner of the race’s previous edition, Wout van Aert (runner up in the Tirreno-Adriatico Eolo), the winner of the Strade Bianche Eolo and of two stages at the Corsa dei Due Mari, Mathieu van der Poel, and the Road World Champion Julian Alaphilippe, who took Stage 2 of the Tirreno-Adriatico Eolo and last won La Classicissima in 2019.
Prominent names at the start line also include a long list of past Milano-Sanremo winners: Vincenzo Nibali (2018), Michał Kwiatkowski (2017), Arnaud Demare (2016, Maglia Ciclamino of the most recent Giro d’Italia), John Degenkolb (2015) and Alexander Kristoff (2014).
Starting alongside them will also be Maximilian Schachmann (fresh from victory at Paris-Nice), Caleb Ewan, Peter Sagan, Philippe Gilbert, Greg Van Avermaet, Michael Matthews, Søren Kragh Andersen, Alex Aranburu. Elia Viviani, Time Trial World Champion Filippo Ganna, Sam Bennett, Nacer Bouhanni and the Italian and European champion Giacomo Nizzolo.
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