Milan-San Remo 2018 will be held on Saturday, the 17th of March. The first Monument of the cycling season, aptly called La Primavera – in English, The Spring – is the longest one day race on the professional calendar. The race is played out on a route of approximately 300 kilometres with the finish mostly on the Via Rome in San Remo. (Slideshow route/profile)
Last year, Milan-San Remo was won by Michal Kwiatkowski. After 291 kilometres of racing, he outsprinted Peter Sagan and Julian Alaphilippe on the Via Roma. The trio attacked on the Poggio and following a brilliant descent the race came down to a thrilling three-up sprint.
Milan-San Remo 2018: Route maps, height profiles, and more.
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