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Milano-Torino 2021 odds

Who wins Milano-Torino 2021?

There is no odds at Milano-Torino 2021 yet, but we have found odds at Vuelta a España 2020.

Who wins Milano-Torino 2020?

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Sam Bennett2.752.75
Caleb Ewan3.503.50
Fernando Gaviria3.503.50
Peter Sagan9.009.00
Matteo Moschetti11.0011.00
Arnaud Démare13.0013.00
Wout Van Aert17.0017.00
Nacer Bouhanni26.0026.00
Mathieu Van Der Poel34.0034.00
Sacha Modolo34.0034.00
Alexander Kristoff41.0041.00
Danny Van Poppel41.0041.00
Jakub Mareczko51.0051.00
Timothy Dupont81.0081.00
Imerio Cima101.00101.00
Davide Cimolai151.00151.00
Ben Swift201.00201.00
Maximiliano Richeze201.00201.00
Shane Archbold201.00201.00
Alex Aranburu251.00251.00
Amund Grøndahl Jansen301.00301.00
Andrea Vendrame301.00301.00
Ethan Hayter301.00301.00
Gabriel Cullaigh301.00301.00
Manuel Belletti301.00301.00
Oliver Naesen301.00301.00
Davide Martinelli351.00351.00
Alexander Edmondson401.00401.00
Alfdan De Decker401.00401.00
Daniel Mc Lay401.00401.00
Philippe Gilbert401.00401.00
Yves Lampaert401.00401.00
Jasper De Buyst501.00501.00
Alexander Konychev601.00601.00
Michele Gazzoli601.00601.00
Rick Zabel601.00601.00
Thomas Boudat601.00601.00
Timo Roosen601.00601.00
Tosh Van Der Sande601.00601.00
Nicolas Dalla Valle751.00751.00
Umberto Marengo751.00751.00
Luca Pacioni1001.001001.00
Manuele Boaro1001.001001.00
Michael Mørkøv1001.001001.00

Milano-Torino 2020

The Milano–Torino is a semi-classic European one-day cycling race. This route usually runs between the northern Italian cities of Milan and Turin with a distance of 199 kilometers. The event was first started in 1876, made the oldest Italian classic race, and one of the oldest in the world.

The event is organized by RCS Sport, a media group that also owns the Italian sports daily La Gazzetta dello Sport. The race is rated as 1.HC on the UCI Continental Calendar. However, the race did not take place between the spring of 2007 and the autumn of 2012.

The Route of Milano-Torino 2020

The race route is designed with flat roads, some hilly mountains, sprints over the surface, and is classified as a medium-hard race throughout the European cycling calendar with only a single stage.

The race usually starts from Novate Milanese, Milan, and generally after 40 kilometers, riders cross the Ticino river in Vigevano, leave the region of Lombardy, and enter Piedmont.

The race route involves four railway level crossings and these are helpful at some point for breakaways if it is held up by a train. Superga climbing is frequently a springboard for a group of riders to leave before the finish. From the top of the Superga, it is a fast-paced descent of Turin, down from the Strada Panoramica dei Colli to the Parco Naturale della Collina di Superga to finish at the Fausto Coppi velodrome in Corso Casale, Turin.

Current Champion

The 2019 Milano-Torino cycling classic race was the 100th edition of the race, won by Canadian rider Michael Woods of EF Education First. He took first place by defeating Alejandro Valverde (Movistar Team) and Adam Yates (Mitchelton–Scott). The race was held on October 9, 2019, covering a distance of 179 km, ranked as the 1.HC event on the 2019 UCI Europe Tour.

Amazing Achievement

The most notable win in Milano-Torino stands to the Costante Girardengo, an Italian professional bicycle racer who won five amazing victories, between 1914 and 1923. Besides, Pierino Favalli has a hat trick of wins between 1938 and 1940.