Giro 2018: Withdrawals

crash - Giro 2018: WithdrawalsMay 4th the 101th edition of the Giro d'Italia set off with 176 contestants. Cyclingstage.com keeps track of all riders that are forced to abandon. (Slideshow route/profile)

Siutsou crashed hard on the course recon ride before the 1st stage. He was forced to abandon, which him the first withdrawal on the 2018 Giro d’Italia.

Did not start in the 1st stage
47. Kanstantsin Siutsou (blr – Bahrein-Merida)

Withdrawal in the 4th stage
54. Andrea Guardini (ita – Bardiani-CSF)

Withdrawal in the 5th stage
95. Guy Niv (isr – Israel Cycling Academy)

Did not start in the 6th stage
77. Rudiger Selig (ger – BORA-hansgrohe)

Did not start in the 7th stage
217. Edoardo Zardini (ita – Wilier Triestina-Selle Italia)

Withdrawal in the 9th stage
211. Jakub Mareczko (ita – Wilier Triestina-Selle Italia)

Withdrawal in the 10th stage
128. Rafael Valls (spa – Movistar)

Did not start in the 13th stage
34. Tanel Kangert (est – Astana)

Did not start in the 14th stage
101. Tim Wellens (bel – Lotto Fix All)
154. Thomas Scully (nzl – EF Education First)

Did not start in the 15th stage
58. Alessandro Tonelli (ita – Bardiani)

Withdrawals in the 16th stage
56. Manuel Senni (ita – Bardiani)
65. Nicolas Roche (irl – BMC)
68. Loïc Vliegen (bel – BMC)
142. Igor Anton (spa – Dimension Data)

Last year, the Giro d’Italia started with a field of 193 riders. In the course of the race 32 of them were forced to abandon. Geraint Thomas, Rohan Dennis, Wilco Kelderman, Steven Kruijswijk and Giovanni Visconti were some of the most prominent abandonees.

Read about the withdrawals in the 2017 Giro d’Italia.

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