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Giro d’Italia 2023 stage 21 preview

SIENA, ITALY - MARCH 03: Alexey Lutsenko of Kazahkstan and Astana-Qazaqstan team attends Strade Bianche 2023 race route recon on March 03, 2023 in Siena, Italy. (Photo by Sara Cavallini/Getty Images)

The riders will definitely be tired enough to sleep through the 750km transfer to Rome for the final sprint stage of the 2023 Giro d’Italia. All that remains from 3,354km across the country is a 135-mile circuit in historic Rome on Sunday for stage 21. 

The route begins with an out-and-back visit to the coast in Ostia, a total of 33.6km and then goes back past the start line along via Cristoforo Colombo. Once in central Rome, the route heads to a closing circuit of six laps of 13.6km each. Short undulations are interspersed with long straight sections, connected by sometimes tricky bends, but it is a day for the fastmen.

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