Giro d’Italia

Dates: May 11 to June 02, 2019
Stages: 21
Grande Partenza: Bologna, Emilia-Romagna region, northern Italy
Finish: Verona

Richard Carapaz finishing stage 15 of the Giro d’Italia 2019 (Luk Benies/AFP/Getty Images)

Giro d’Italia general classification, final standings

Movistar’s Richard Carapaz won the overall, with former winner Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida) second at 1 minute 05, and early leader Primož Roglič (Jumbo-Visma) third at 2-30.

Final general classification after stage 21

1. Richard Carapaz (Ecu) Movistar, in 90-01-47
2. Vincenzo Nibali (Ita) Bahrain-Merida, at 1-05
3. Primož Roglič (Slo) Jumbo-Visma, at 2-30
4. Mikel Landa (Esp) Movistar, at 2-38
5. Bauke Mollema (Ned) Trek-Segafredo, at 5-43
6. Rafał Majka (Pol) Bora-Hansgrohe, at 6-56
7. Miguel Ángel López (Col) Astana, at 7-26
8. Simon Yates (GBr) Mitchelton-Scott, at 7-49
9. Pavel Sivakov (Rus) Team Ineos, at 8-56
10. Ilnur Zakarin (Rus) Katusha-Alpecin, at 12-14

Final points classification

1. Pascal Ackermann (Ger) Bora-Hansgrohe, 226 pts
2. Arnaud Dèmare (Fra) Groupama-FDJ, 213 pts
3. Damiano Cima (Ita) Nippo Vini Fantini, 104 pts

Final climber classification

1. Giulio Ciccone (Ita) Trek-Segafredo, 267 pts
2. Fausto Masnada (Ita) Androni Giocattoli-Sidermec, 115 pts
3. Damiano Caruso (Ita) Bahrain-Merida, 84 pts

Final youth classification

1. Miguel Ángel López (Col) Astana, in 89-45-46
2. Pavel Sivakov (Rus) Ineos, at 1-53
3. Hugh Carthy (GBr) EF Education First, at 8-39

Final team classification

1. Movistar Team (Esp), in 269-34-59
2. Astana (Kaz), at 17-53
3.Bahrain-Merida (Bah), at 19-23

Super combativity award

Fausto Masnada (Ita) Androni Giocattoli-Sidermic

Giro d’Italia 2019 route and reports

1 Sa 11-5 Bologna – San Luca  8.2km ITT Report
2 Su 12-5 Bologna – Fucecchio 200km Report
3 Mo 13-5 Vinci – Orbetello 219km Report
4 Tu 14-5 Orbetello – Frascati 228km Report
5 We 15-5 Frascati – Terracina 140km Report
6 Th 16-5 Cassino – San Giovanni Rotondo 233km Report
7 Fr 17-5 Vasto- L’Aquila 180km Report
8 Sa 18-5 Tortoreto Lido – Pesaro 235km Report
9 Su 19-5 Riccione – San Marino 34.7km ITT Report
Mon 20-5 Rest day
10 Tues 21-5 Ravenna – Modena 147km Report
11 We 22-5 Carpi – Novi Ligure 206km Report
12 Th 23-5 Cuneo – Pinerolo 146km Report
13 Fr 24-5 Pinerolo – Ceresole Real (Lago Serrù) 188km Report
14 Sa 25-5 Saint-Vincent – Courmayeur (Skyway Monte Bianco) 131km Report
15 Su 26-5 Ivrea – Como 237km Report
Mo 27-5 Rest day
16 Tu 28-5 Lovere – Ponte di Legno 226km Report
17 We 29-5 Commezzadura (Val di Sole) – Anterserlva / Antholz 180km Report
18 Th 30-5 Valdaora / Olang – Santa Maria di Sala 220km Report
19 Fr 31-5 Treviso – San Martino di Castrozza 151km Report
20 Sa 01-6 Feltre – Croce d’Aune-Monte Avena 193km Report
21 Su 02-6 Verona – Verona 15.6km ITT Report

Giro d’Italia 2019 jerseys

Chris Froome on the final stage of the Giro d’Italia. Photo : Yuzuru SUNADA

The leader’s jersey at the Giro d’Italia is the maglia rosa – it’s the pink jersey that sits aboard the shoulders of the rider who has completed the stages in the shortest amount of time.

The sprinter’s jersey – the maglia ciclamino – is purple in colour and goes to the fastest legs at the head of the sprinter’s competition.

Azure blue goes to the leading climber, in the shape of the maglia azzurra whilst the best young rider wears the white maglia bianca. 


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Past winners of the Giro d’Italia

2018 – Chris Froome
2017 – Tom Dumoulin
2016 – Vincenzo Nibali
2015 – Alberto Contador
2014 – Nairo Quintana
2013 – Vincenzo Nibali
2012 – Ryder Hesjedal
2011 – Michele Scarponi
2010 – Ivan Basso
2009 – Denis Menchov
2008 – Alberto Contador
2007 – Danilo Di Luca
2006 – Ivan Basso
2005 – Paolo Savoldelli
2004 – Damiano Cunego
2003 – Gilberto Simoni
2002 – Paolo Savoldelli
2001 – Gilberto Simoni
2000 – Stefano Garzelli