Chris Froome won the 2018 Giro d’Italia ahead of Tom Dumoulin and Miguel Ángel López. Three weeks of tough racing took the riders from Israel to Sicily, and from the deep south to the high Alps. The route took in iconic climbs up the Etna, Gran Sasso, Zoncolan, Colle delle Finestre and Jafferau. Those last two mountains proved to be decisive. Froome attacked on the Finestre in stage 19, with 80 kilometres to go, and completed an heroic odyssey with a 3 minutes lead on the Jafferau.
Read more about the route of the 2018 Giro d’Italia, or click on underneath links for information on individual stages, including detailed route maps and height profiles.
Giro d’ Italia 2018 stages:
Giro d’Italia 2018: Route maps, height profiles, and more
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Stage 14: Monte Zoncolan
Stage 19: Colle delle Finestre
Stage 19: Colle di Sestriere
Stage 19: Monte Jafferau