2015 Milan – San Remo

milan-sanremo Mar 22, 2015
Milan – San Remo, “The Spring classic”, is an annual cycle race between Milan and Sanremo. It is the longest professional one-day race at 298 km. The first was in 1907, when Lucien Petit-Breton won. Today it is one of the ‘Monuments’ of European cycling, and results contribute towards the UCI World Ranking; until 2007 it was part of the UCI ProTour. From 1999 to 2005, a women’s race, the Primavera Rosa was organised alongside the men’s but at a shorter distance.
Milan – San Remo is often called the sprinters’ classic while its sister Italian race the Giro di Lombardia held in autumn is the climbers’ classic.
wikipedia [UCI WorldTour 1.UWT | ITA] #MilanSanremo

* SBS ONE – Sunday 22 March from 2345-0300 AEDT


[1] Milano Sanremo [www.gazzetta.it]
[2] Milan – Sanremo 2015 [SBS Cycling Central]
[3] Milan-San Remo 2015 Live Dashboard [SteepHill]
[4] Milan-San Remo 2015 [CyclingNews]

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