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Giro d’Italia 2017

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Quick-Step Floors rider Fernando Gaviria made a surge on the 2017 Giro d’Italia’s upper order after storming to victory in Stage 5 of the competition in a time of three hours, 40 minutes and 11 seconds.

Bob Jungels retains his pink maglia rosa (pink jersey) thanks to his Quick-Step team-mate’s win and sits atop the general classification after Stage 5, with Team Sky’s Geraint Thomas in second and fellow Briton Adam Yates in third.

Quick-Step were swift to congratulate Gaviria following his second stage victory of the 2017 Giro d’Italia, with Gaviria having also won Stage 3: Stage 6 is split into two halves, including a hillier first part to get through after setting off from Pedara before approaching a much flatter approach into Messina, the birthplace of Vincenzo Nibali. And here’s how the general classification looks after five stages of this year’s Italian blockbuster:

The riders set off from Pedara and embarked along the hilly first portion of the course, where Gazprom-Rusvelo rider Evgeny Shalunov and Maciej Paterski of Team CCC Sprandi came out of the blocks fastest.

It wasn’t long before the pair were four minutes ahead of the peloton after just 15 kilometres, although this would be a pace some may struggle to maintain over the course of an entire stage comprising any steep ascents.

It was to be expected that the teams of Quick-Step Floors, Orica-Scott and Lotto Soudal took control of the peloton early on considering they boast some of the Giro’s best sprinters, such as Gaviria and Caleb Ewan.

Shalunov continued his assault from the front, however, and earned two points for his team after being first to overcome the summit of the category four Andronico Sant’Alfio. That being said, Paterski’s team, CCC Sprandi, were all too aware of the closing threat:

Get News On Giro d’Italia 2017 Cycling

Giro d’Italia 2017, Giro d’Italia 2017   Giro d’Italia 2017 ChampionshipThe first Grand Tour of the year starts on Friday, May 5, and once again Eurosport is the place to catch all the Giro d’Italia 2017 live TV action.Thankfully the scheduling department at Eurosport has been kind to viewers by keeping the programmes at the same times of the day for the most part, with live coverage normally kicking off at 12.00 (BST).

Event: Giro d’Italia 2017

Date: 5 May- 28 May ,2017

Then, there is a highlights show every night, usually at 20.00. All coverage will be shown on the main Eurosport channel with the exception of the final stage which is on Eurosport 2.

While live coverage will be limited to Eurosport, meaning fans will need a subscription to Eurosport Player or a paid television subscription with Sky or Virgin Media to watch the action,  Giro d’Italia 2017 there will also be daily highlights programmes on free-to-air channel Quest, one of Eurosport’s sister channels which is available free for all UK viewers.

The daily highlights programme will be broadcast at 10pm each night, with an hour of action from the day’s stage.

Throughout the month of May the focus of the cycling world will centre on Italy as the 100th edition of Giro d’Italia courses the length and breadth of the country, turning its villages and cities pink as la corsa rosa heads towards Milan.

After setting of on its 3,572.2 kilometre – or 2,220 miles in old money – journey from Sardinia, the travelling circus that is the Giro heads to Sicily for stages four and five before arriving on the mainland.

Once over the water, the peloton will work its way up the spine of the country before a final, hopefully dramatic, week in the mountains decides the eventual winner of the maglia rosa, or pink jersey awarded to the race leader.

One of the highlights of the final week will come when the riders tackle the Cima Coppi – the Cima Coppi, incidentally, is highest point of the race where the first rider to reach this point is awarded a cash bonus – during stage 16, the 227km brute from Rovetta to Bormio that includes one climb up and over the Mortirolo Pass and two ascents of the behemoth that is the Stelvio. The great man – Fausto Coppi – we think, would approve.

Those with subscriptions to Eurosport are in luck, the self-styled ‘home of cycling’ will be broadcasting every day, live, all the way from Italy.

A dedicated exclusive channel for the Giro d’Italia 2017 live will give you live and uninterrupted coverage of all the action on the Tour as it heads from Sardinia to the Alps throughout May.

WHEN IS THE RACE?

The 2017 Giro d’Italia starts on May 5 and runs through to May 28.

WHAT’S THE ROUTE?

After the first three stages in Sardinia, the Giro then plots a path up from the toe of Italy to the Alps.

There will be a new start/finish line at this year’s Gran Fondo Giro d’Italia.

Stormont Estate, which was featured in the iconic opening team time trial of the 2014 Giro Big Start, will be the new headquarters for the event June 3-4.

“We have really enjoyed our two years of having the event based at Titanic Belfast,” said Darach McQuaid of event organisers Shadetree Sports.

“We had great partners there from TB to TQL and the Harbour Police. Moving to Stormont Estate we hope to minimse the impact our event road closures have on Belfast in particular.

“The route changes are minimal and the overall length of both the Mourne and Strangford routes will not see much of a change. We are excited to move to Stormont Estate which saw such big crowds during the 2014 Giro d’Italia Big Start opening stage.

As the ‘Home of Cycling’, Eurosport is working with the biggest names in the sport for analysis and insight. These include 21-time Grand Tour stage winner Sean Kelly, former Team Sky rider Juan Antonio Flecha and former British road race champions Brian Smith, Rob Hayles and Matt Stephens. They will work alongside reporters Ashley House and Laura Meseguer conducting rider interviews before and after each stage.

Former  general manager Smith takes on his new role as ‘The Coach’ at the Giro to guide fans through the more technical aspects of the stage as well as analysing significant attacks and exhilarating sprint finishes. Stephens and Hayles will take you to the heart of the action and bring you the atmosphere of Grand Tour racing en route as well as insights from the riders and teams.

TV SCHEDULE

Friday 5 May
1145-1700 LIVE stage one on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Saturday 6 May
1200-1645 LIVE stage two on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Sunday 7 May
1215-1645 LIVE stage three on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Tuesday 9 May
1200-1645 LIVE stage four on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Wednesday 10 May
1200-1645 LIVE stage five on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Thursday 11 May
1200-1645 LIVE stage six on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Friday 12 May
1200-1645 LIVE stage seven on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Saturday 13 May
1200-1645 LIVE stage eight on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Sunday 14 May
1200-1645 LIVE stage nine on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Tuesday 16 May
1200-1645 LIVE stage 10 on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Wednesday 17 May
1200-1645 LIVE stage 11 on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Thursday 18 May
1200-1645 LIVE stage 12 on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Friday 19 May
1200-1645 LIVE stage 13 on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Saturday 20 May
1215-1645 LIVE stage 14 on Eurosport 1
2100-2230 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Sunday 21 May

1215-1700 LIVE stage 15 on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Tuesday 23 May
1200-1645 LIVE stage 16 on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Wednesday 24 May
1200-1645 LIVE stage 17 on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Thursday 25 May
1200-1645 LIVE stage 18 on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Friday 26 May
1200-1645 LIVE stage 19 on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Saturday 27 May
1215-1645 LIVE stage 20 on Eurosport 1
2000-2130 Stage highlights on Eurosport 1

Sunday 28 May
1200-1645 LIVE stage 21 on Eurosport 2
2200-2300 Stage highlights on Eurosport 2

“In particular, the estate will offer our riders and their families a beautiful setting throughout the weekend to relax and enjoy the grounds. Also for Shadetree Sports, delivering on our economic impact aims for our key partner Tourism NI is very important, and this has been a success.”

A Spokesperson for the Department of Finance NI Stormont Estate Management Unit added: “The Stormont Estate is a public park situated five miles out of Belfast City Centre with beautiful gardens, walking and fitness trails and a children’s play park.

“The Estate has been recognised as one of Northern Ireland’s best green spaces with the prestigious Green Flag award.

“Stormont Estate also is home to several Northern Ireland Civil Service government department buildings including Parliament Buildings, where the Northern Ireland Assembly is based. On Sunday 4 June 2017 the Estate is delighted to welcome thousands of cyclists and supporters when it hosts the start and finish of the third edition of the Gran Fondo Giro d’Italia 2017 Northern Ireland.” Source

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