The 111th edition of Milan-San Remo is likely to take place on Saturday 8 August. The race amounts to 291 kilometres and includes the renowned Cipressa-Poggio in the finale. Originally, the race was scheduled for Saturday 21 March. (Slideshow route/profile)
Read more about the route of the 2020 edition of Milan-San Remo.
Last year’s La Primavera came down to a sprint of an elite group with Julian Alaphilippe, Peter Sagan, Vincenzo Nibali, Tom Dumoulin, Alejandro Valverde, Oliver Naesen and Michal Kwiatkowski. Alaphilippe took the spoils ahead of these last two riders.
Another interesting read: records and winners in Milan – San Remo.
Milan-San Remo 2020: route, profiles, more
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