Paris-Nice 2021

Paris-Nice 2021This Sunday, the 79th edition of Paris-Nice sets off from Saint-Cyr-l’École to finish in Nice on Sunday 14 March. Highlights in terms of the GC are an ITT on the third day, while stage 4 serves a trying race with finish uphill. The Queen Stage on the penultimate day ends atop a 16.3 kilometres climb in La Colmiane. The decisive last race is played out in the hills above Nice. (Slideshow route/profile)

Read more about the route, the start list and the favourites to win Paris-Nice 2021.

Maximilian Schachmann is title defender, while Tiesj Benoot and Sergio Higuita rounded out last year’s final podium. The last stage was called off due to coronavirus concerns.

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

Another interesting read: records & winners Paris-Nice.

Click on the links in underneath scheme for in-depth information on the individual stages.

Paris-Nice 2021 stages:

date start – finish km type results winner leader
1 7-3 Paris-Nice route stage 1 Saint-Cyr-l’École – Saint-Cyr-l’École 166 hills
2 8-3 Paris-Nice route stage 2 Oinville-sur-Montcient – Amilly 188 flat
3 9-3 Paris-Nice route stage 3 Gien – Gien 14.4 ITT
4 10-3 Paris-Nice route stage 4 Chalon-sur-Saône – Chiroubles 188 hills
5 11-3 Paris-Nice route stage 5 Vienne – Bollène 203 flat
6 12-3 Paris-Nice route stage 6 Brignoles – Biot 202.5 hills
7 13-3 Paris-Nice route stage 7 Nice – Valdeblore la Colmiane 166.5 mountains
8 14-3 Paris-Nice route stage 8 Nice – Nice 110.5 mountains

Paris-Nice 2021: route, profiles, more

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