Giro d’Italia lives in the ticker | Mountain entrance on the 9th stage at Blockhaus – fight for the pink jersey in the live ticker

The Giro stage on Sunday is a crucial test for all riders for the overall placement with five mountain classifications, including two very difficult climbs.

The last ascent to the Blockhaus (13.6 km at 8.4%) is comparable to the Alpe d’Huez in terms of key data. Before that is the Passo Lanciano (1310m), which also belongs in the 1st category with 10.3 km at 7.6%.

There are also two intermediate sprints with bonus seconds, and there are also time bonuses at the finish.

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A total of 191 kilometers must be covered, the goal should have been reached around 5.15 pm. Here is the scene in the live ticker!

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Giro live ticker: 9th stage for mountain arrival at Blockhaus

Stage 9: ascent to Passo Lanciano

It now goes steeply uphill, the field continues to increase the number of strokes and gets closer, Ineos chases with fresh strength. 50 kilometers to the finish and seven kilometers to the mountain classification. The once nine runaways are divided into three groups.

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A task must be reported while the leading group is now disbanding. Rüdiger selig from the Lotto Soudal team around Caleb Ewan has dropped out of the Giro. It weakens the Australian sprinter’s chances for the next few flat stages after Monday’s day of rest.

The giro scene is now alive: the distance is melting

With 63 kilometers to go, the road begins to rise slowly but steadily. Officially, however, it still takes 10 kilometers to the start of Passo Lanciano. The nine breakaways are just 2:15 minutes ahead of the favorite field, getting closer and closer.

The ascent to Passo Lanciano is approaching

The first of the two difficult Category 1 climbs is approaching. Passo Lanciano is 10.3 kilometers long and has an average gradient of 7.6%, with a gradient of 14% at the top. It’s also uphill before, but a short descent gives you another chance to take a deep breath.

Giroticker: The field is getting closer

With only one driver on the hunt, Ineos has dampened the race situation and now reduced the distance to 3:08 minutes. It all boils down to the expected exchange of blows between the favorites in the overall standings. Let’s see if anyone goes on the offensive on the penultimate mountain, which after all is no longer a flat piece between the two mountains.

14:45 – 75 kilometers left on stage 9

The field keeps the leading group on a very short leash, the chances of one of the nine breakaways to win the stage are currently not very high. Ineos seems too important to be successful today. If the group is still in the next climb, Lennard Kvne can still fight for points in the mountain classification.

Giro in the ticker: First intermediate sprint

The leading group reaches the first bonus sprint on this 9th stage. Argentine Eduardo Sepulveda (Drone Hopper) wins it ahead of Felix Gall (ag2r). There are still 87 kilometers left and there are almost 30 kilometers to the start of the penultimate climb.

Live ticker 9. Giro stage: distance at 4:30 minutes

The distance to the field is about 4:30 minutes, first Trek for Lopez and now Ineos for Richard Carapaz sets the pace in the field. In the overall standings, Felix Gall is the most dangerous driver of the breakaways, 6:48 minutes behind the pink jersey.

Giroticker: Gall’s top group decides the race

We start the stage 100 kilometers from the finish: Nine riders have been in front of the field for quite some time, three of the five climbs have already been completed.

The nine leaders at a glance:
Austrian Felix Gall (ag2r) and his teammate Nans Peters (France), from Astana Joe Dombrokwsi (USA), Filippo Zana (Italy / Bardiani), Brit James Knox (Quick Step), Diego Rosa (Italy / Eolo), Joanthan Caicedo ( EF / Ecuador) and by the Drone Hopper duo Eduadro Sepulveda from Argentina and Natnael Tesfatsion (Eritrea).

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