Summary stage 1 Giro d'Italia 2022: Budapest and Visegrad
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11:49 AM15 days ago

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11:49 AM15 days ago

Next stage

Stage 2 of the Giro 2022 arrives, a 9.2 km time trial starting and finishing in Budapets with a final section that includes 14% gradients and with an overall that despite having only one stage, there are already differences of up to 14'' with the leader.

The finish is on a climb with a 4th category pass, which starts after kilometer 7.2.

11:40 AM15 days ago

🔟💗 Overall ranking.

This is how today's stage ended:

Top 10 of the stage.

Pos. Runner (Country/Team) Time
1 Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands/ALPECIN-FENIX) 4h35'18''
2 Biniam Girmay (Eritrea/IWG) 04''
3 Peio Bilbao (Spain/BAHRAIN VICTORIOUS) 06''
4 Magnus Nielsen (Denmark/EFE) 10''
5 Wilco Kedelman (Netherlands/BORA) 10''
6 Richard Carapaz (Ecuador/INEOS) 10''
7 Bauke Mollema (Netherlands/ Trek-Segafredo) 10''
8 Diego Ulissi (Italy/UAE) 10''
9 Andrea Vendrame (Italy/AG2R) 14''
10 Mattias Jensen (Denmark/Trek-Segafredo) 14''
11:39 AM15 days ago

🔟🏁 Top 10 of the stage.

This is how today's stage ended:

Top 10 of the stage.

Pos. Runner (Country/Team) Time
1 Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands/ALPECIN-FENIX) 4h35'18''
2 Biniam Girmay (Eritrea/IWG) 04''
3 Peio Bilbao (Spain/BAHRAIN VICTORIOUS) 06''
4 Magnus Nielsen (Denmark/EFE) 10''
5 Wilco Kedelman (Netherlands/BORA) 10''
6 Richard Carapaz (Ecuador/INEOS) 10''
7 Bauke Mollema (Netherlands/ Trek-Segafredo) 10''
8 Diego Ulissi (Italy/UAE) 10''
9 Andrea Vendrame (Italy/AG2R) 14''
10 MAttias Jensen (Denmark/Trek-Segafredo) 14''
11:24 AM15 days ago

🥇 MATHIEU VAN DER POEL, WINNER OF THE STAGE!

An uphill sprint, with a crash with less than 100 meters to go, the Dutch Alpecin-Fenix rider takes the first Maglia Rosa of this Giro 2022.
11:17 AM15 days ago

Race situation - 1km to the finish line

Last 1000 meters to the finish and the bunch is getting longer, after facing a climb a little narrow.

With 3.5km to go Lawrence Naesen broke away, then with 2.1km to go Lennard Kemhan attacked and is still ahead.

11:12 AM15 days ago

Race situation - 5km to the finish line

The ascent in search of the finish line begins.
11:11 AM15 days ago

Race situation - 6.4km to the finish line

Fall of three runners, who are still unidentified, but do not manage to continue immediately in the race.
11:08 AM15 days ago

Race situation - 10km to the finish line

There is no longer a breakaway, the peloton entered an area of narrow tracks next to the Danube River and all the teams start looking for better positions to sprint, even if the last 5km are with a small climb and ramps of up to 5%.
11:01 AM15 days ago

Race situation - 15km to the finish line

With 15km to go, there are still 11'' between the peloton and the breakaway, which is still not giving up the possibility of reaching the finish line before the big sprinters.
10:49 AM15 days ago

Race situation - 23.4km to the finish line

The breakaway is starting to give up a lot, the peloton has already reduced the gap to 20'' and it is imminent that they will be caught.
10:47 AM15 days ago

Passage through the sprint

Second and last sprint of the day, where the highest points were taken by the two riders in the breakaway.
10:39 AM15 days ago

Race situation - 30km to the finish line

We enter the final stretch of this stage, with only 30km to go and a breakaway that remains at a gap of 1'05''.

We are 2km from the sprint.

10:26 AM15 days ago

Race situation - 40km to the finish line

After 3h36'00'' of race, there are 40.3 km to the finish line and the average speed is 42k/h.

At kilometer 167 we will find the next sprint. 

The breakaway still has a 1'21'' gap.

10:12 AM15 days ago

Race situation - 50km to the finish line

With less than 50km to go and with only 1'22'' between the breakaway and the peloton, we approached the second sprint of the day.
9:57 AM15 days ago

Race situation - 62.3km to the finish line

The breakaway still maintains a gap of more than 2 minutes over the peloton. 

There is still one more sprint to go before the finish.

9:40 AM15 days ago

Race situation - 90km to finish

The breakaway gradually loses all the distance it gained at the start, at the moment they are 2'24'' behind the peloton.
9:38 AM15 days ago

Sprint points

1. Filippo Tagliani 12 pts
2. Mattia Bais 8 pts
3. Giacomo Nizzolo 6 pts
4. Arnaud Démare 5 pts
5. Bert van Lerberghe 4 pts
6. Mark Cavendish 3 pts
7. Fernando Gaviria 2 pts
8. Sacha Modolo 1 pts
9:37 AM15 days ago

Passing through the sprint

With 119.6 km to go, the first emotion of the Giro 2022 is presented. With an intermediate sprint, Filippo Tagliani, of Drope-Androni, took the first points in the fight for the 'maglia ciclamino'.
9:35 AM15 days ago

Race situation - 140km to finish

The breakaway is 10 minutes apart.
9:33 AM15 days ago

Race situation - 160km to finish

From 160 km to the finish, there was a breakaway, among them are Mattia Bais and Filippo Tagliani, from Drone Hopper - Androni Giocattoli, are in escape.
9:27 AM15 days ago

Our coverage begins

We are ready to bring you the summary of the first stage of the Giro d'Italia.
 
1:47 AM16 days ago

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1:42 AM16 days ago

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1:37 AM16 days ago

What time is stage 1 of the Giro d'Italia 2022?

This is the start time of the 2022 Giro d'Italia Stage 1 of May 6th, 2022 in several countries:

Argentina: 10:30 AM on DirecTV
Bolivia: 9:30 AM on DirecTV
Brazil: 10:30 AM on DirecTV
Chile: 9:30 AM on DirecTV
Colombia: 8:30 AM on Caracol TV and DirecTV
Ecuador: 8:30 AM on DirecTV
USA (ET): 9:30 AM on beIN Sports
Spain: 3:30 PM on Eurosport and GCN
Mexico: 8:30 AM
Paraguay: 9:30 AM on DirecTV
Peru: 8:30 AM on DirecTV
Uruguay: 10:30 AM on DirecTV

1:32 AM16 days ago

Altimetry of the stage

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Route of the stage

The first stage will be 195 kilometers to Visegrád and will start from Budapest. The cyclists will compete in the first two intermediate sprints of the competition in this race that will be flat, although they will encounter a small climb in the last 5 kilometers.
1:22 AM16 days ago

Colombians in the Giro 2021: Education First

There is only one Colombian cyclist in the North American team: Diego Camargo.

1:17 AM16 days ago

Colombians in the Giro 2021: Bahrain Victorious

There is only one Colombian-born rider in this team: Santiago Buitrago.
1:12 AM16 days ago

Colombians in the Giro 2021: UAE Team Emirates

The Emirati team has a beetle in its ranks: Fernando Gaviria, a fundamental card for the stages with a sprint at the end.
1:07 AM16 days ago

Colombians in the Giro 2021: Movistar

The Spanish team will have a Colombian in its ranks for this Giro: Iván Ramiro Sosa.
1:02 AM16 days ago

Colombians in the Giro 2021: Astana

The Astana team has two Colombians in its ranks, Miguel Ángel López and Harold Tejada, both of whom are Vincenzo Nibali's teammates.
12:57 AM16 days ago

Stages of the race

Stage 1: Budapest - Visegrád - 195 Km

Stage 2: Budapest - Budapest TISSOT ITT (contrareloj individual) 9,2 km

Stage 3: Kaposvár - Balatonfüred - 201 km

Stage 4: Avola - Etna-Nicolosi (Rif. Sapienza) - 172 km

Stage 5: Catania - Messina - 174 km

Stage 6: Palmi - Scalea (Riviera dei Cedri) - 192 km.

Stage 7: Diamante - Potenza - 196 km

Stage 8: Naples - Naples (Procida Capitale Italiana della Cultura) - 153 km.

Stage 9: Isernia - Blockhouse 191 km

Stage 10: Pescara - Jesi - 196 km

Stage 11: Santarcangelo di Romagna - Reggio Emilia Parmigiano Reggiano Food Stage - 203 km

Stage 12: Parma - Genova - 204 km

Stage 13: Sanremo - Cuneo - 150 km

Stage 14: Santena - Turin - 147 km

Stage 15: Rivarolo Canavese - Cogne - 178 km

Stage 16: Salò - Aprica (Sforzato Wine Stage) - 202 km

Stage 17: Ponte di Legno - Lavarone - 168 km

Stage 18: Borgo Valsugana - Treviso - 151 km

Stage 19: Marano Lagunare - Santuario di Castelmonte - 177 km

Stage 20: Belluno - Marmolada (Passo Fedaia) - 168 km

Stage 21: Verona - Tissot ITT (Contrareloj individual) - 17.4 km

12:52 AM16 days ago

Last five champions

2017: Tom Dumoulin

2018: Chris Froome

2019: Richard Carapaz

2020: Tao Geoghegan Hart

2021: Egan Bernal

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Current champion

Colombian rider Egan Bernal riding for INEOS Grenadiers was the winner of the 104th edition of the Giro d'Italia, beating Bahrain's Damiano Caruso by 1'29 seconds.

The rider from Colombia won his second Grand Tour, after winning the Tour de France in 2019.

12:42 AM16 days ago

Start of transmission

Hello everybody! Welcome to the broadcast of stage 1 of the Giro d'Italia, which will be held between Budapest and Visegrad, with a distance of 195 kilometers.

I'm Andres Mesa and I'll be your host for today's broadcast.

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