Tirreno-Adriatico 2022 route: Stages for the 57th edition of the 'Race of the Two Seas'

The hilly race between the two seas has released its 2022 route with varied terrain to be tackled

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The 57th Tirreno-Adriatico route covers just over 1,100 kilometres this year and unusually begins with an individual time trial, instead of finishing with one. There are tests for all kinds of riders across the seven days, from one side of Italy to the other.

With two realistic chances for the sprinters, four stages for puncheurs and aggressive climbers and that time trial to start, there are lots of opportunities.

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Stage one, Mon March 7Lido di Camaiore - Lido di Camaiore13.9km, ITT
Stage two, Tues March 8Camaiore - Sovicille219km, hills
Stage three, Weds March 9Murlo - Terni170km, flat
Stage four, Thurs March 10Cascata delle Marmore - Bellante202km, hills
Stage five, Fri March 11Sefro - Fermo155km, hills
Stage six, Sat March 12Apecchio - Carpegna215km, hills
Stage seven, Sun March 13San Benedetto del Tronto - San Benedetto del Tronto159km, flat

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