Stage 15 would see the peloton of the 2017 Giro d’Italia take on a 199km route that looked like it could favour a breakaway.
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With two difficult climbs, which have featured in the Autumn Monument Il Lombardia, coming close to the finish, the stage could also prove another opportunity for those trailing Tom Dumoulin in GC to grab a handful of seconds ahead of the bigger mountains in the third week.
With a rest day coming from the riders on Monday, this would no doubt be a hard fought stage with many riders eyeing it as one of the few opportunities left for the non-climbers to take some glory.
Catch-up with the best bits of the stage here or read our full report on everything that happened on the 15th day of racing here.
The Giro d’Italia will take it’s third and final rest day on Monday, before the riders face the queen stage of this year’s race on Tuesday with ascents of the Mortirolo and Stelvio.