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Paris–Nice 2021 odds

Who wins Paris–Nice 2021?

Paris–Nice 2021 will be held 7 - 14 march 2021. There is no odds at Paris–Nice 2021 yet, but we have found odds at Tour de France 2020.

Who wins Paris–Nice 2020?

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Lowest
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Maximilian Schachmann2.202.20
Sergio Higuita2.502.50
Tiesj Benoot5.005.00
Nairo Quintana Rojas15.0015.00
Vincenzo Nibali19.0019.00
Julian Alaphilippe23.0023.00
Thibaut Pinot26.0026.00
Felix Grossschartner51.0051.00
Rudy Molard151.00151.00
Tanel Kangert151.00151.00
Fabien Doubey501.00501.00
Michael Matthews501.00501.00
Philippe Gilbert751.00751.00
Søren Kragh Andersen751.00751.00
Guillaume Martin1001.001001.00
Bob Jungels1501.001501.00
Patrick Konrad1501.001501.00
Romain Bardet1501.001501.00
Alberto Bettiol4501.004501.00
Aurélien Paret-Peintre4501.004501.00
Ben O'connor4501.004501.00
Benoît Cosnefroy4501.004501.00
Chris Hamilton4501.004501.00
Kasper Asgreen4501.004501.00
Lilian Calmejane4501.004501.00
Michael Valgren4501.004501.00
Nans Peters4501.004501.00
Nicolas Edet4501.004501.00
Peter Sagan4501.004501.00
Pierre-Roger Latour4501.004501.00
Richie Porte4501.004501.00
Roman Kreuziger4501.004501.00
Sander Armée4501.004501.00
Thomas De Gendt4501.004501.00
Tobias Ludvigsson4501.004501.00
Victor Campenaerts4501.004501.00
Xandro Meurisse4501.004501.00

Paris - Nice 2020

Paris-Nice has an official tour for its 78th edition, which is celebrated between the 8th and 15th of March. The first European test of the UCI World Tour calendar presents a similar path to that of recent years, although with some novelties and with three big stages for the fight for the general classification: the fourth, a time trial of only 15 kilometers, the seventh, with a finish line in Valdeblore La Colmiane (16.km at 6.3% average slope), and the eighth, with departure and arrival in Nice, but with several changes from the classic route.

The first stage offers a circuit with a sawtooth profile around the town of Plaisir and that holds a final trap: the Neauphle-le-Château level, 1.4km to 7.8% of average slope and is crowned at about 5km finish, a great opportunity for the most explosive cyclists.

The next two stages seem designed for sprinters, but the cold, rain and roads exposed to the strong wind, characteristic of Paris-Nice for its location on the calendar, can favor fan formation and an unexpected battle between favorites.

The fourth quarter is the only one of the time trial discipline in the next edition. With departure and arrival in Saint-Amand-Montrond, the hometown of Julian Alaphilippe (the French idol will be in the bunch, and of the only 15.4km with two dimensions in the first half, it seems little to open up great differences between the candidates to the general classification.

The fifth day, the longest of the race, with 227km between Gannat and the Côte-Saint-André, and the sixth, with a 160km leg-breaker route, six big climbs, and many others without categorizing, are unpredictable and open the fan for adventurers or outsiders before the decisive weekend.

The climbers will have their day on Saturday, March 14 with the arrival high at Valdeblore La Colmiane, a ski resort located in the Maritime Alps and keeping the goal at 1,500 meters altitude. The final climb, from 16.3km to 6.3% of average slope, does not have large slopes, but it is long and constant.

For the last day, the classic stage with departure and arrival in Nice, presents several novelties on a hard and attractive 113.5km layout, for the bravest.