Paris-Nice 2018

Paris-Nice 2018The 76th edition of Paris-Nice will take place from Sunday, 4 March to Sunday, 11 March 2018. The race goes back to 1933 and is after the Grand Tours one of the most important stage races on the cycling calendar. The Queen stage of the 2018 edition takes in four intermediate climbs before a summit finish at Col de Valdeblore La Colmiane after a 16.3 kilometres closing climb at 6.2%. A number of demanding hilly stages and sprint stages, and one time trial, round out the route of Paris-Nice 2018. (Slideshow route/profile)

With seven consecutive victories in the 1980’s Sean Kelly in the most successful rider in The Race to the Sun.

Sergio Henao is title holder, besting Alberto Contador (by 2 seconds) and Daniel Martin in 2017.

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Paris-Nice 2018 stages:

Date Start and finish Length Type Results Winner Leader
1 Su 4-3 Paris-Nice 2018 Route stage 1 Chatou – Meudon 135.0 km flat
2 Mo 5-3 Paris-Nice 2018 Route stage 2 Orsonville – Vierzon 187.0 km flat
3 Tu 6-3 Paris-Nice 2018 Route stage 3 Bourges – Châtel-Guyon 195.0 km flat
4 We 7-3 Paris-Nice 2018 Route stage 4 La Fouillouse – Saint-Étienne 18.4 km ITT
5 Th 8-3 Paris-Nice 2018 Route stage 5 Salon-de-Provence – Sisteron 163.5 km
6 Fr 9-3 Paris-Nice 2018 Route stage 6 Sisteron – Vence 188.0 km hills
7 Sa 10-3 Paris-Nice 2018 Route stage 7 Nice – Valdeblore La Colmaine 175.0 km mountains
8 Su 11-3 Paris-Nice 2018 Route stage 8 Nice – Nice 110.0 km hills

Paris-Nice 2018: Route maps, height profiles, and more

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