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Tirreno–Adriatico odds

Who wins Tirreno–Adriatico 2021?

Tirreno–Adriatico 2021 will be held 10-16 march 2021. There is no odds at Tirreno–Adriatico 2021 yet, but we have found odds at Giro d'Italia 2020.

Who wins Tirreno–Adriatico 2020?

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Lowest
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Simon Yates1.161.16
Geraint Thomas5.505.50
Rafal Majka13.0013.00
Wilco Kelderman81.0081.00
Aleksandr Vlasov151.00151.00
Fausto Masnada751.00751.00
James Knox1501.001501.00
Michael Woods1501.001501.00
Óscar Rodríguez4501.004501.00
Amanuel Gebrezgabihier4501.004501.00
Benjamin Dyball4501.004501.00
Brent Bookwalter4501.004501.00
Cameron Meyer4501.004501.00
Carl Fredrik Hagen4501.004501.00
Chris Froome4501.004501.00
Chris Hamilton4501.004501.00
Daniel Navarro4501.004501.00
Davide Villella4501.004501.00
Dylan Teuns4501.004501.00
Edoardo Zardini4501.004501.00
Eduardo Sepúlveda4501.004501.00
Fabio Felline4501.004501.00
Geoffrey Bouchard4501.004501.00
Georg Zimmermann4501.004501.00
Gianluca Brambilla4501.004501.00
Giovanni Carboni4501.004501.00
Giovanni Visconti4501.004501.00
Héctor Carretero4501.004501.00
Hermann Pernsteiner4501.004501.00
Jack Haig4501.004501.00
Jai Hindley4501.004501.00
Jakob Fuglsang4501.004501.00
Jonathan Klever Caicedo4501.004501.00
Julien Bérard4501.004501.00
Kilian Frankiny4501.004501.00
Lawson Craddock4501.004501.00
Louis Meintjes4501.004501.00
Louis Vervaeke4501.004501.00
Luca Wackermann4501.004501.00
Lucas Hamilton4501.004501.00
Magnus Cort4501.004501.00
Mathias Frank4501.004501.00
Mathieu Van Der Poel4501.004501.00
Matteo Fabbro4501.004501.00
Matthew Holmes4501.004501.00
Michael Matthews4501.004501.00
Mikkel Bjerg4501.004501.00
Patrick Konrad4501.004501.00
Rein Taaramäe4501.004501.00
Rohan Dennis4501.004501.00
Ruben Guerreiro4501.004501.00
Rui Costa4501.004501.00
Sam Oomen4501.004501.00
Sergio Henao4501.004501.00
Tanel Kangert4501.004501.00
Tao Geoghegan Hart4501.004501.00
Víctor De La Parte4501.004501.00
Victor Campenaerts4501.004501.00
Vincenzo Nibali4501.004501.00

Tirreno Adriatico 2020

The Tirreno Adriatico will celebrate its 55th edition from 7th to 14th September with a total of eight stages, 7 road races, and a final 10-kilometer time trial, which will accumulate a total of 1315 kilometers. The race will start again in the town of Lido di Camaiore, for the sixth consecutive year, which this year will not have a team time trial as in previous editions but with a stage suitable for sprinters. After the opening day, the sprinters will have another chance to win the stage on the second day between Camaiore and Follonica.

The third stage will be the longest with 217 kilometers and conducive to the arrival of a small group due to attacks seeing the next two stages with mountains. After 2019 without high finish lines, the fourth and fifth stages of the Tirreno will return climbers to the summits of Cascia and Sassotetto respectively. The second saw Mikel Landa win in the 2018 season.

It will be the two stages that decide the winner of the race, together with the final individual time trial, since in the sixth stage between Castelfidardo and Senigallia it will be perfect for a sprinters arrival. The seventh stage ending in Loreto will once again be an opportunity for the sprinters, although they will find a stage ending with a small slope that could open up the range of opportunities.

As usual, the final stage will consist of a 10-kilometer individual time trial, where the specialists against the chrono will have to reduce the seconds they may have lost on the Sassotetto mountain stage. The favorites to the final victory will be the complete cyclist who is good climbers as well as time trialists.

The 19 WorldTour teams will be joined by Total Direct Energie, classified by trade, and the guests, Alpecin-Fenix, Androni Giocattoli-Sidermec, Bardiani CSF Faizane, Gazprom-Rusvelo, and Team Arkéa-Samsic.

  • What happened in previous years?

In 2019, Primoz Roglic took the victory home by just one second to Adam Yates, who gave him the lead in the final time trial. Jakob Fuglsang won the top stage but had to settle for the third place of the podium weighed down by the inaugural team time trial. Michal Kwiatkowski won in 2018, Nairo Quintana in 2015 and 2017, Greg van Avermaet in 2016, Alberto Contador in 2014, and Vincenzo Nibali in 2012 and 2013.