Watch: Giro d’Italia stage 19 highlights

Catch up with the best of the action from the race's last summit finish
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The 19th stage of the 2017 Giro d’Italia sees the peloton stay in the mountains, with a short 191km stage from San Candido/Innichen to Piancavallo, packing in three climbs including a summit finish

Coming at the end of three weeks of hard racing, and after a tough few stages through the mountains, this stage presents the final summit finish of the race.

With only a few days remaining until the race reaches Milan, this is one of a diminishing number of chances for the GC contenders to really shake up the top of the standings, especially those pure climbers who need to gain time on the pink jersey of Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb).

Catch-up with the best bits of the stage here or read our full report on everything that happened on the 19th day of racing here.

The Giro d’Italia will continue on Saturday with a 190km stage from Pordenone to Asiago including two first-category climbs, the second of which is crested with just 15km from the finish.