Giro d’Italia 2022: Live Stream Updates and How to Watch Stage 21 in Verona
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9:32 PM2 hours ago

Tune in here the Stage 21 of the 2022 Giro d'Italia Live Stream!

In a few moments we will share with you the opening moments of stage 21 of the Giro d'Italia 2022 live, as well as the latest information from the course between Belluno and Marmolada in the individual time trial. Stay tuned to VAVEL's minute-by-minute coverage of the match.
9:27 PM2 hours ago

How to watch 2022 Giro d'Italia Stage 21 Live Stream on TV and Online?

If you want to watch the Stage 21 of the Giro d'Italia 2022 on TV, your option is beIN Sports

If you want to watch it on internet, VAVEL USA is your best option!

9:22 PM2 hours ago

What time is Stage 21 of the 2022 Giro d'Italia?

This is the start time for Stage 21 of the 2022 Giro d'Italia on May 28th, 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

9:17 PM2 hours ago

Jersey wearers

💗 Leader: Jai Hindley (Bora Hansgrohe)

💜 Points: Arnaud Démare (Groupama FDJ)

💙 Mountain: Koen Bouwman (Jumbo Visma)

🤍 Youth: Juan Pedro López (Trek Segafredo)

9:12 PM2 hours ago

Verona

Origin: there is more than one theory about the name of the city. The most reliable is that the name Verona comes from the union of three ancient words, meaning: The city of the Veneto region on the river.

Relations between Rome and Verona began around the 3rd century BC, when centuries of great splendor began during which Verona, a Roman city, was rebuilt within the loop of the Adige River. Its important ford was replaced by two bridges, Ponte Pietra and Ponte Postumio. During Roman times, Verona was a political and commercial seat of great importance, the magnificent traces of which are still visible today. An interesting, though lesser known, aspect of the city are the ancient walls, many parts of which are still preserved in excellent condition. In 1136 AD Verona became a full-fledged municipality.

The city is also known because it was the land and crossroads of great poets and artists. Among the most famous: Shakespeare, who set the tragedy of the two lovers Romeo and Juliet within the walls of Verona; Dante Alighieri, who lived many years of his life in exile in Verona as a guest of the Cangrande family; and Paolo Caliari, known as Veronese, a great painter of the Renaissance period.

9:07 PM2 hours ago

Stage route

Time trial on the Circuito delle Torricelle (of the World Championships) in counterclockwise direction. First part on straight and very wide lanes. Then 4.5 km uphill at 5% with some "steps" and a narrower roadway than the first part. Delivery in Torricella Massimiliana with intermediate time. Then 4 km of descent on roads like those of the ascent. Last 3 km through the streets of the city with some right-angle bends. Arrival in Piazza Bra and the Arena of Verona.

Last kilometers on wide and straight streets of the city. Final timing in Piazza Bra before entering the Arena. Final straight of 150 m, 6.5 m wide, asphalt surface.

9:02 PM2 hours ago

🔟💗 Top 10 - Overall Ranking

Top 10 - Overall Ranking
Pos.Rider (Country / Team)Time
1Jai Hindley (Australia / Bora Hansgrohe)86h 07'19''
2Richard Carapaz (Ecuador / INEOS Grenadiers)+01'25''
3Mikel Landa (Spain / Bahrain Victorious)+01'51''
4Vincenzo Nibali (Italy / Astana Qazaqstan)+07'57''
5Pello Bilbao Lopez (Spain / Bahrain Victorious)+08'55''
6Jan Hirt (Czech Republic / Intermarché-Wnaty-Gobert)+09'07''
7Emanuel Buchmann (Germany / Bora Hansgrohe)+11'18''
8Domenico Pozzovivo (Italy / Intermarché-Wnaty-Gobert)+16'04''
9Juan Pedro López (Spain / Trek-Segrafedo)+17'29''
10High John Carthy (Great Britain / EF Education)+17'56''
8:57 PM2 hours ago

🔟🏁 Top 10 - Stage 20

This is how the positions were in stage 20:
Top 10 of the stage
Pos.Rider (Country / Team)Time
1Alessandro Covi (Italy / UAE Team Emirates)04h 46'34"
2Domen Novak (Spain / Bahrain Victorious)+ 00'33"
3Giulio Ciccone (Italy / Trek Segafredo)+ 00'37"
4Antonio Pedrero (Spain / Movistar)+ 01'36"
5Thymen Arensman (Netherlands / Team DSM)+ 01'50"
6Jai Hindley (Australia / Bora Hansgrohe)+ 02'30"
7Gjis Leemreize (Netherlands / Jumbo Visma)+ 03'04"
8Hugh Carthy (Great Britain / EF - EasyPost)+ 03'19"
9Mikel Landa (Spain / Bahrain Victorious)+ 03'19"
10Lennard Kämna (Germany / Bora Hangrohe)+ 03'39"
8:52 PM2 hours ago

Stage 20 summary

Alessandro Covi won a titanic stage after attacking almost 50 kilometers from the finish. Jai Hindley took advantage of Richard Carapaz's bad day and overtook him to become the new leader of the general classification and take 1'25" from him.
8:47 PM3 hours ago

Welcome to VAVEL.com's coverage of Stage 21 of the 2022 Giro d’Italia, between Belluno and Baltonfüred Live Updates

My name is Jhonatan Martinez and I will be your host for this stage. We'll be bringing you preview analysis, updates and live news here on VAVEL.
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