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Milano-Sanremo: spring is in the air


The 115th edition of the Milano-Sanremo presented by Crédit Agricole will have a star-studded field as some of the biggest names in the international cycling scene will be at the start of the first Classic Monument of the year. The 288 km from Pavia – at the first historic start of the Classicissima – to Sanremo will see many protagonists of world cycling battle in a race as always open to many scenarios.

The World Champion Mathieu Van der Poel, winner of the last edition, will kick off his road season tomorrow after winning the world cyclocross title in February. The main challengers are Tadej Pogacar, winner of the Strade Bianche, and Filippo Ganna, runner-up in the 2023 edition. In addition to Van der Poel, six riders capable of winning the Classicissima – Alexander Kristoff (2014), Arnaud Démare (2016), Michal Kwiatkowski (2017), Julian Alaphilippe (2019), Jasper Stuyven (2021) and Matej Mohoric (2022) – will be at the start in a cast enhanced by the presence of top riders like Jonathan Milan, Cristophe Laporte, Jasper Philipsen, Mads Pedersen and Alberto Bettiol.

The international signal of the Classicissima will be broadcasted with TV images to be distributed worldwide.

In Europe, Milano-Sanremo presented by Crédit Agricole will be broadcasted on the linear channel Eurosport and on the Eurosport App or Discovery+ web platform (depending of the markets in Europe). The race will go live also in Belgium, on RTBF and VTM and in Switzerland, on SRG. In Italy RAI will broadcast the race on RaiSport HD and on Rai2.

Furthermore, fans will able be to watch the race live on Eurosport in Asia and Pacific, on DirecTv in South America, on J Sports in Japan, on Flo Sports in Canada and on MAX USA in the United States.

You can find all the information on the route here.

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