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Start date:13th October 2020 –06:25am U.S. Eastern
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2020 Giro d’Italia LIVE STREAM FREE
1.About the match
Stage 10 on the Giro d’Italia takes place between San Salvo and Tortoreto Lido. The last 40 kilometres are tailor-made for attackers with a series of short and sharp climbs before the finale is played out on the flat.The pair went clear from three riders left from the day’s eight-man breakaway on the final two climbs, with Guerreiro outsprinting Castroviejo on the steep uphill to the finish line
Guerreiro’s Portguese compatriot João Almeida (Deceuninck-QuickStep) successfully defended the pink jersey no GC battle was launched.
In the final steep kilometre a gap amongst the favorites opened up with Wilco Kelderman (Sunweb) Jakob Fuglsang (Astana) and Rafal Majka (Bora-Hansgrohe) taking 10 seconds from Vincenzo Nibali (Trek-Segafredo) and nearly 20 seconds from Steven Kruijswijk (Jumbo-Visma) o
2.Report
The Queen Stage across the Apennines included over 4000 m of climbing. After briefly skirting the Adriatic coast the route headed inland undulating continuously all the way to Guardiagrele and then took in long consecutive climbs up Passo Lanciano Passo di San Leonardo and Bosco di Sant’Antonio with two-figure gradients over the first ascent. Past Pescocostanzo and Rivisondoli the route reached the foot of the closing climb in Roccaraso. The closing climb was nearly 10 km long with an average 5.7% gradient The last km topping out at 12% over the final kilometre. n the final stage before the first rest day.
Joao Almeida (Por) Deceuninck-Quickstep stills leads the race with 30 seconds lead ahead of Wilco Kelderman and Pello Bilbao.
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3 Previous Meetings
Monday is the first rest day at the Giro d’Italia The race resumes Tuesday with Stage 10.
Patrick Konrad (Bora-Hansgrohe) following Stage 9: “It was a very hard stage and at times really cold. Our main goal today was to finish sound and safe and avoid losing any time to the main GC contenders. Rafał and I crossed the finish line together in a good position so we can be satisfied with our day.
Jens Zemke Sports Director after Stage 9Patrick and Rafał not only survived today’s very difficult conditions but also managed to gain a few seconds in the overall standings. At the finish line the temperature was just 9ºC and it was raining we are almost in the middle of October and weather conditions are getting harsher. The front group made it to the finish although trimmed from eight to two riders because it was made of strong climbers. We didn’t take any initiative on the road today our only focus was to protect our guys and be alert if needed. We made sure they had everything they needed to go through this difficult day. We will have a well-deserved rest day tomorrow and I think that after this first part of the Giro we are still very close to our goals. We’re on the right track with our GC riders both of them in the top 10 after nine stages. Peter scored three second places so a stage victory is within reach and the battle for the points jersey isn’t over. We have a very hard final week and riders need to go through it. The only sad part is that we lost Patrick Gamper a very motivated young rider.Ruben Guerreiro (EF Pro Cycling) after his Stage 9 victory: Finally what a great satisfaction after so many second places! The team and I really deserved this victory. It was very difficult to get into the breakaway this morning and it’s extraordinary to win today.The pink jersey wearer João Almeida (Deceuninck-Quickstep) following Stage 9: The team did an incredible job they were perfect and it is thanks to my team-mates that now I still wear the Maglia Rosa. I’m also happy for my compatriot Guerreiro he deserves the winTicker and tracking LIVE here.
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4.Popular Livescore & Live Stream
There are a number of options for UK viewers to watch this year’s Italian Grand Tour as Eurosport and GC will both be showing the action.Eurosport will be broadcasting live every day at around 1pm with all of the racing on TV via Eurosport 2 or you can watch uninterrupted coverage on the Eurosport Player free from adverts GCN Race Pass will also be showing live racing for those who are subscribing to the service.To gain access to Eurosport coverage you’ll either need a sports package through Sky or Virgin Media or you can subscribe to the Eurosport Player app for £39.99 a year or £6.99 per month.Access to the GCN Race Pass costs £39.99 a year.
Alternatively you can watch the live racing from the Giro with Welsh commentary free on S4C with coverage on the S4C TV channel the Clic on-demand service or via the S4C Chwaraeon Facebook page.
5.Top Livescore
However the fight between Jumbo-Visma’s Steven Kruijswijk and Vincenzo Nibali (Trek-Segafredo) is heating up with Jakob Fuglsang also thrown into the mix in a very open race. So far we’ve seen some amazing moments in the race, including a stage win for Britain’s Alex Dowsett (Israel Start-Up Nation), while Arnaud Démare has dominated with three sprint victories so far.The GC race has yet to explode with João Almeida (Deceuninck – Quick-Step) comfortably in the pink jersey but with the rest of the favourites close behind the lead could change at any moment.

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