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Who wins Giro d'Italia 2021?

Giro d'Italia 2021 will be held 8 - 30 may 2021. There is no odds at Giro d'Italia 2021 yet, but we have already found odds at Tour de France 2021.

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Who will win the 2021 Giro D’Italia?

Team Ineos’ Tao Geoghegan Hart won the 2020 Giro D’Italia after an impressive stage 20 win meant he wore the pink jersey on the podium along with the white jersey which is awarded to the best young rider in the race. EF Pro Cycling’s Ruben Guerreiro won the mountains jersey and Groupama FDJ’s Arnaud Démare took the points jersey.

Although Tao Geoghegan Hart will be a heavy favourite to win the 2021 Giro D’Italia, if Ineos decide not to make him team leader, then one of their other superstars could be a favourite for the pink jersey. Geraint Thomas, Egan Bernal and new signing Adam Yates could all be in contention to win the Giro D’Italia if they are chosen to lead Ineos.

Astana also have a few riders who could be in contention for Giro D’Italia 2021 with the likes of Jakob Fuglsang, Miguel Ángel López and Aleksandr Vlasov all talented riders who could take part in 2021. Fuglsang finished in 7th place in the 2020 Giro D’Italia and could finish a lot higher in Giro D’Italia 2021.

Team Sunweb had 2 riders in the top 3 of the 2020 Giro D’Italia race with Jai Hindley and Wilco Kelderman both pushing eventual winner Tao Geoghegan Hart all the way. Jay Hindley will be a part of Team Sunweb in 2021, however, Wilco Kelderman will join Bora Hansgrohe and will be one of their hopes for the race.

There are other riders who could stake a claim for the 2021 Giro D’Italia pink jersey such as Chris Froome at his new team “Israel Start Up Nation” for the 2021 season. Nairo Quintana, Mikel Landa, Primož Roglič, Tadej Pogačar and Rigoberto Urán are all usual Tour de France favourites, however, they could be a Giro D’Italia favourite if they take part.