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Giro dell'Appennino 2020 odds

Who wins Giro dell'Appennino 2020?

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Giro dell'Appennino 2020

The 2020 Giro dell'Appennino is a semi-classic and one-day European bicycle race, which will be held this year on 19 September 2020 in the Apennine Mountains, Italy. This will be the 81st event of the race of Giro dell'Appennino. The race has been organized as a 1.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour since 2005 and this year will also remain the same race class.

It generally starts from Novi Ligure in northwest Italy and finishes in Genova through a mix of climbing and sprints. This race involves a total distance of nearly 200 km and proceeds with extreme challenges. There are generally found many wonderful climbs through the race including the climbs of Passo Della Bocchetta (one of the hardest climb in the race), the Crocetta d'Orero, the Passo Della Scoffera, the Colle Caprile, the Ruta di Camogli and Le Grazie.

Mattia Cattaneo is an Italian professional racer and the recent winner of the UCI WorldTeam Deceuninck–Quick-Step. He defeated Fausto Masnada (Androni Giocattoli - Sidermec) and Simone Ravanelli (Biesse Carrera) and took first place in the race.

Participating Teams

The 2020 Giro dell'Appennino constitutes a mixture of UCI WorldTeams and Professional Continental Teams. The race likely includes a great group of climbers for a demanding race. Besides, many experienced riders also participate in this event to make the race an extreme and wonderful one. Here are teams included:

Competing teams: Movistar Team, Trek - Segafredo, Mitchelton-Scott, Bardiani - CSF, Androni - Sidermec - Bottecchia, Nippo Vini Fantini Faizanè, and so on.

Top competitors:  Vincenzo Nibali, Carlos Betancur, Einer Rubio.

Current Champions

Mattia Cattaneo is the most recent champion and has won the 80th race of 2019. And other champions are respectively Giulio Ciccone (Bardiani–CSF) 2018, Danilo Celano (Amore & Vita–Selle SMP) 2017, Sergey Firsanov (Gazprom–RusVelo) 2016, Omar Fraile (Caja Rural–Seguros RGA) 2015.

Giro dell'Appennino 2020 could be extremely challenging as the COVID-19 could affect riders overall from a long lock-down situation. However, all the riders have to go a long distance through the race and have to fight with the experienced riders too, which may be more wondrous to enjoy.