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Paris-Nice, the first major stage race of the 2011 season, kicks off on Sunday, March 6, and finishes on Sunday, March 13.
The eight-day race runs from the north of France to the south, and is aptly nicknamed the Race to the Sun.
Cycling Weekly will be bringing you stage reports, results and photos from every stage of this year's Paris-Nice.
On this page you'll find links to all of our coverage. For an in-depth preview of the race, see our Paris-Nice 2011: The Big Preview article.
Paris-Nice 2011: Video highlights
Video highlights from 2011 Paris-Nice
|Stage one||Sunday March 6||Houdan||Houdan||154.5km||Report>>||Gallery>>|
|Stage two||Monday March 7||Montfort l'Amaury||Amilly||199km||Report>>||Gallery>>|
|Stage three||Tuesday March 8||Cosne-Cours-sur-Loire||Nuits-Saint-Georges||202km||Report>>||Gallery>>|
|Stage four||Wednesday March 9||Crêches-sur-Saône||Belleville||191km||Report>>||Gallery>>|
|Stage five||Thursday March 10||Saint-Symphorien-sur-Coise||Vernoux-en-Vivarais||193km||Report>>||Gallery>>|
|Stage six||Friday March 11||Rognes||Aix-en-Provence (ITT)||27km||Report>>||Gallery>>|
|Stage seven||Saturday March 12||Brignoles||Biot - Sophia Antipolis||215km||Report>>||Gallery>>|
|Stage eight||Sunday March 13||Nice||Nice||124km||Report>>||Gallery>>|
Paris-Nice 2011: Latest news, comment and analysis
Live coverage: Paris-Nice stage six time trial
Van Garderen confident for Paris-Nice
Paris-Nice 2011: Who will win?
Paris-Nice 2011: Race preview and information
Paris-Nice2011: The Big Preview
Paris-Nice 2011: Stage reports
Stage eight: Voeckler wins in Nice as Martin comfortably holds his lead
Stage seven: Di Gregorio slips and slides to stage seven win
Stage six: Tony Martin unstopppable in time trial
Stage five: Two-pronged Shack attack nets win for Klöden
Stage four: Voeckler takes breakaway victory
Stage three: Goss wins sprint, takes race lead
Stage two: Henderson takes sprint win
Stage one: De Gendt spoils sprinters' party
Paris-Nice 2011: Photo galleries
By Graham Watson
Stage eight gallery
Stage seven gallery
Stage six gallery
Stage five gallery
Stage four gallery
Stage three gallery
Stage two gallery
Stage one gallery
Paris-Nice: Related links
Paris-Nice 2010: The Big Preview/links to coverage
Paris-Nice 2009: The Big Preview
Cycling Weekly's Rider Profiles: Index
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