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Giro d’Italia stage 15 – Live coverage


Refresh 2022-05-22T10:15:33.006Z Moments away from the start now… 2022-05-22T10:10:37.216Z A good reception for Carapaz as he leaves the bus and heads to the start of the stage this morning. Ready to race 👊We’ve got a Maglia Rosa to defend 💗@RichardCarapazM #Giro May 22, 2022 See more 2022-05-22T10:09:26.853Z Of course, we have a new race leader today in Richard Carapaz. “The last week will be very competitive and pretty complicated,” he said after stage 14. Carapaz in leader’s maglia rosa starts a new Giro d’Italia for Ineos Grenadiers (Image credit: Getty Images) 2022-05-22T10:06:05.128Z Under 10 minutes to the start of the roll out now. The riders will roll through a 4.6km neutral zone before the flag drops and the stage gets underway. 2022-05-22T10:01:21.959Z Before we begin stage 15 – there’s around 15 minutes to go before the riders roll out – why not check out our rider of the day from stage 14? Wilco Kelderman took the title for his long stint on the front of the GC group, and as a representative of Bora-Hansgrohe’s work in shaping the stage. Giro d’Italia rider of the day: Kelderman helps Bora-Hansgrohe blow stage 14 apart (Image credit: Getty Images Sport) 2022-05-22T09:58:55.654Z Here’s what they’re all fighting for (well, not all of them at this point)… (Image credit: Michael SteeleGetty Images) 2022-05-22T09:52:57.176Z “On the day when anything could happen, almost everything did. For two weeks, the favourites for this Giro had been measured in their approach, carefully meting out their efforts and limiting their exposure. Then, in the space of 147 dizzying kilometres in the hills around Turin, the previous logic of the Giro seemed to collapse upon itself.” Those were Barry Ryan’s words on yesterday’s tumultuous stage 14. He spoke to Domenico Pozzovivo, Pello Bilbao, Simon Yates, and Guillaume Martin about the stage and today’s mountain test. Read that analysis here. (Image credit: Tim de WaeleGetty Images) The first-category climbs of Pila and Verrogne offer up 40-18-12-9-6-4-2-1 points while the second-category summit finish at Cogne offers 18-8-6-4-2-1 points. A maximum of 98 KOM points on offer today, then. 2022-05-22T09:49:06.349Z Diego Rosa (Eolo-Kometa) remains in blue after taking nine points yesterday. He’s on 92 points to Koen Bouwman (Jumbo-Visma) on 69. GC men Jai Hindley (Bora-Hansgrohe) and Richard Carapaz (Ineos Grenadiers) are next on 62 and 56 points, while the Bora-Hansgrohe duo of Lennard Kämna and Wilco Kelderman, and Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo) are next on 43, 36, and 30 points. Who will make it out front to battle for the massive number of points on offer today? (Image credit: Michael SteeleGetty Images) 2022-05-22T09:45:41.732Z The riders will take on 90km of mostly flat roads (though heading slightly uphill all the time) before they hit any of the big mountains though. We should see a big fight for the breakaway with plenty of riders hoping to battle it out for the maglia azzurra KOM jersey during that long run to the first climb of Pila. 2022-05-22T09:41:36.031Z Here’s a look at the climbs on the menu today. Click here for a zoomed-in view (Image credit: RCS Sport) 2022-05-22T09:38:34.975Z The action was non-stop yesterday, with a 50km battle for a breakaway which lasted around 30km before Bora-Hansgrohe blew the race apart, then a long GC fight over hilly circuit on the final 70km. Today the riders have to head to the Alps and take on three mountains, including two hard first-category climbs. Depending on how teams approach today it could be carnage once again… 2022-05-22T09:34:20.798Z If you needed a reminder of what went on yesterday, here’s our stage 14 report… Giro d’Italia: Simon Yates captures solo win on stage 14 in Turin (Image credit: Michael SteeleGetty Images) 2022-05-22T09:30:46.599Z 45 minutes to the start in Rivarolo Canavese and the remaining 159 riders are signing in for stage 15 this morning. 2022-05-22T09:21:07.312Z Hello and welcome to our live coverage of stage 15 of the Giro d’Italia as the race heads into the Alps. Have you recovered from the non-stop action of yesterday’s race to Turin yet?

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