The 77th edition of Paris-Nice starts with an out-and-back stage in Saint-Germain-en-Laye on Sunday 10 March, while the race finishes on Sunday the 17th. The famous Col d’Eze is featured in the finale of the last stage, which obviously runs to Nice. The penultimate stage concludes with a 15 kilometres ascent at 7.3% to the top of the Turini Pass. (Slideshow route/profile)
2018 winner Marc Soler will return to Paris-Nice to defend his title. Last year, the podium was rounded out by Simon Yates and Gorka Izagirre.
With seven consecutive victories in the 1980’s Sean Kelly in the most successful rider in The Race to the Sun. Check out the record and winners.
Paris-Nice 2019 stages:
|1||Su 10-3||Saint-Germain-en-Laye – Saint-Germain-en-Laye||138.5||flat|
|2||Mo 11-3||Les Bréviaires – Bellegarde||163.5||flat|
|3||Tu 12-3||Cepoy – Moulins||200||flat|
|4||We 13-3||Vichy – Pélussin||210.5||hills|
|5||Th 14-3||Barbentane – Barbentane||25.5||ITT|
|6||Fr 15-3||Peynier – Brignoles||176.5||hills|
|7||Sa 16-3||Nice – Col de Turini||181.5||mountains|
|8||Su 17-3||Nice – Nice||110||mountains|
Paris-Nice 2019: route, profiles, more
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