Jerusalem hosts the start of the 101st Giro d’Italia. A 10.1 kilometres time trial will kick off the race on May 4 before two road stages on the following days. The Israeli Grande Partenza is the 13th time the Giro d’Italia starts outside of Italy. The route takes in a host of iconic climbs – Zoncolan, Jafferau, Colle Delle Finestre, just to name a few – and almost 45 kilometres of time trialing. After the start in Israel, the race ends in Rome.
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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