The 81st edition of Paris-Nice takes place from Sunday 5 March to Sunday the 12th. The race goes back to 1933 and is after the Grand Tours one of the most important stage races on the cycling calendar. The riders will be shot into action in a town near Paris, La Verrière, and, obviously, the finish is in Nice. As usual the famous Col d’Èze is featured in the finale of the last stage. (Slideshow route/profile)
Primoz Roglic won last year’s edition ahead of Simon Yates and Daniel Felipe Martínez.
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.
Please click on the links in below scheme for in-depth information on the individual stages.
Paris-Nice 2023 stages:
|date||start – finish||km||type||results||winner||leader|
|1||5-3||Paris-Nice 2023 route stage 1 La Verrière – La Verrière||169.4||hills|
|2||6-3||Paris-Nice 2023 route stage 2 Bazainville – Fontainebleau||163.7||flat|
|3||7-3||Paris-Nice 2023 route stage 3 Dampierre-en-Burly – Dampierre-en-Burly||32.2||TTT|
|4||8-3||Paris-Nice 2023 route stage 4 Saint-Amand-Montrond – La Loge des Gardes||164.7||hills|
|5||9-3||Paris-Nice 2023 route stage 5 Saint-Symphorien-sur-Coise – Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux||212.4||flat|
|6||10-3||Paris-Nice 2023 route stage 6 Tourves – La Colle-sur-Loup||197.4||hills|
|7||11-3||Paris-Nice 2023 route stage 7 Nice – Col de la Couillole||142.9||mountains|
|8||12-3||Paris-Nice 2023 route stage 8 Nice – Nice||118.4||mountains|
Paris-Nice 2023: route, profiles, more
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