20 January 2018

Milano-Sanremo and UCI Worldtour 2018 Wild Cards

RCS Sport announced today its selection of wild card teams that will participate at four out of its five UCI WorldTour races: Milano-Sanremo, Strade Bianche, Tirreno-Adriatico and Giro d’Italia. Il Lombardia wild cards will be announced later in the season, after evaluating all the results of the teams that have requested participation at the race. UCI WORLDTEAMS – 18 (eligible) AG2R LA MONDIALE ASTANA PRO TEAM BAHRAIN – MERIDA BMC RACING TEAM BORA – HANSGROHE FDJ LOTTO SOUDAL MITCHELTON – SCOTT MOVISTAR TEAM QUICK – STEP FLOORS TEAM DIMENSION DATA TEAM EF EDUCATION FIRST – DRAPAC P/B CANNONDALE TEAM KATUSHA ALPECIN TEAM LOTTO NL – JUMBO TEAM SKY TEAM SUNWEB TREK – SEGAFREDO UAE TEAM EMIRATES MILANO-SANREMO (17 March) – 7 wild cards (25 teams of 7 riders each) BARDIANI CSF COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS GAZPROM – RUSVELO ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY NIPPO – VINI FANTINI – EUROPA OVINI TEAM NOVO NORDISK WILIER TRIESTINA – SELLE ITALIA STRADE BIANCHE (3 March) – 2 wild cards (20 teams of 7 riders each) ANDRONI GIOCATTOLI – SIDERMEC NIPPO – VINI FANTINI – EUROPA OVINI TIRRENO-ADRIATICO (7-13 March) – 4 wild cards (22 teams of 7 riders each) GAZPROM – RUSVELO ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY NIPPO – VINI FANTINI – EUROPA OVINI WILIER TRIESTINA – SELLE ITALIA GIRO D’ITALIA (4-27 May) – 4 wild cards (22 teams of 8 riders each) ANDRONI GIOCATTOLI – SIDERMEC BARDIANI CSF ISRAEL CYCLING ACADEMY WILIER TRIESTINA – SELLE ITALIA

15 November 2017

Three-year partnership between RCS Sport and Shimano Italy

RCS Sport and Shimano Italy are proud to announce a three-year partnership for neutral support at a host of UCI WorldTour races, including the Milano-Sanremo.   Shimano Italy’s neutral support provision exists to ensure riders can continue to successfully complete their event in the face of mechanical issues. Much like Shimano’s neutral support provision in Spain and the Benelux countries, mechanics in cars or on motorbikes will provide support on the road, while mechanics at neutral support zones at selected points along the route will provide help and assistance to riders.   In-race support from Shimano will be provided also at Giro d’Italia, Tirreno-Adriatico, GranPiemonte, Milano-Torino and Il Lombardia.

18 March 2017

KWIATKOWSKI TAKES POLE POSITION

Michal Kwiatkowski became the first Polish winner of Milano-Sanremo Namedsport

18 March 2017

Michal Kwiatkowski vince la Milano Sanremo 2017

Second place for Peter Sagan, Alaphilippe tirth

18 March 2017

La Classicissima has started! Follow LIVE

The 108th edition of Milano-Sanremo, the first Monument Classic of the season, has started from piazza Castello at 9.45 and finishing in Via Roma after 291km, with 200 riders representing 25 teams. LIVE PERFORMANCE OF RIDERS LIVE TWEET  #MSR Defending champion Arnaud Démare (FDJ), former winners John Degenkolb (Trek – Segafredo), Alexander Kristoff (Team Katusha Alpecin), Simon Gerrans (Orica – Scott), Mark Cavendish (Team Dimension Data) and Filippo Pozzato (Wilier Triestina – Selle Italia) are among the big names on the start list released today (see attachment) along with Olympic Champion Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing Team), World Champion Peter Sagan (Bora – Hansgrohe), and the in-form sprinters Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors), Elia Viviani (Team Sky), Nacer Bouhanni (Cofidis, Solutions Crédit), Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb) and Sonny Colbrelli (Bahrain – Merida).

17 March 2017

Milano Sanremo – TV Coverage

The 108th Milano-Sanremo NamedSport will be broadcast in 185 countries right across the five continents. The 2017 edition of the race will be shown live by 16 TV networks.

17 March 2017

Milano Sanremo start list

The Milano-Sanremo start list has been announced today. La Primavera, which will be raced tomorrow Saturday 18 March, will see the greatest one-day specialists lining up, including last year’s winner, Arnaud Démare. 25 teams start (18 UCI WorldTeams and 7 Wild Cards) each consisting of eight riders. START LIST

18 January 2017

25 teams to Milano Sanremo 2017

RCS Sport announced today its selection of wild card teams that will participate at four out of its five UCI WorldTour races

21 March 2016

ARNAUD DÉMARE CLAIMS HIS FIRST MONUMENT

France’s Arnaud Démare of FDJ expressed great emotion as he crossed the line victorious, winning the 107th Milan-Sanremo presented by NamedSport ahead of Englishman Ben Swift and Jurgen Roelandts from Belgium

19 March 2016

ARNAUD DEMARE WINS THE 107TH MILANO-SANREMO

The French rider Arnaud Demare (FDJ) has won in a bunch sprint the 107th edition of Milano-Sanremo by Namedsport, the first Classic Monument of the season.

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