It’s time for sprinters in the Giro d’Italia right now. After yesterday the Messina sprinters decided to win the stage between them, today’s 6th stage will also be a day for the sprinters.
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Giro d’Italia live in Ticker – 6. Etappe von Palmi nach Scalea
Live lap – 16:03 / 77 km – Girmay anticipates the final in Scalea
Shortly after the assisted area, the field has almost reached running speed. Drivers take the opportunity to take a pee break. Girmay was included in yesterday’s sprint but had one of the fastest top speeds. Asked about this before today’s race, he said: “I was in my position. But it happens. Luckily I didn’t crash, that’s the most important thing. Even yesterday it wasn’t a ‘real’ sprint. The last five days. where I had cool legs. We’ll see what happens when I’m in a good position. “
Live ticker of the Giro – 3.45pm / 86km – Dumoulin and van der Poel in an expert chat
Tom Dumoulin (Jumbo-Visma) discusses with Mathieu van der Poel (Alpecin-Fenix), who yesterday lost the Ciclamino jersey to stage winner Arnaud Démare (Groupama-FDJ). In the first intermediate sprint, Binaim Girmay (Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert-Matériaux), Démare and Giacomo Nizzolo (Israel-Premier Tech) scored points, Van der Poel did not participate. Démare said before the stage: “The team, the staff and I are fine [nach dem gestrigen Erfolg] Very good. When you win, you approach things a little more freely. This is our advantage. The trust is there “.
Live lap – 3:34 pm / 93 km – late arrival
The professional cyclist’s working day will be considerably longer due to the slow pace of today’s 6th stage of the Giro d’Italia. According to the timetable, the arrival in Scalea was scheduled for 5 pm at an average speed of 46 km / h. Arrival is now scheduled for 18:00. A slow train is not an ICE, not even in cycling.
15:19 / 102 km – Nibali announces the end of his career
Vincenzo Nibali (Astana Qazaqstan) commented yesterday on the announcement of his retirement before the start of the 6th stage of the Giro: “I feel very relaxed. It was the right time. It was nice to tell the public that this will be my last Giro I ‘I’m trying to approach the Giro with ease, of course I have great ambitions, but every year it is becoming more and more difficult to keep up with the leaders ”.
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14:57 / 114 km – Quck-Step takes the lead
The Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl team has now taken the lead in the group of Lotto-Soudal and Thomas De Gendt. Diego Rosa (Eolo-Kometa) has an advantage of 4’17. The group’s deficit remains constant with 114 kilometers to go.
14:50 / 120 km – Cavendish blows kisses
The car, Thomas De Gendt of Team Lotto-Soudal, is still the boss in the ring leading the pack. The pace in the group is still moderate after 72 km. Mark Cavendish even has time to kiss his son in front of the camera. The best sprinter looks extremely relaxed with 120 kilometers to go.
14:40 / 128 km – The time of the Giro on Thursday
With Diego Rosa (Eolo-Kometa) running alone with a lead of 4’02 and the group still reluctant to give the gas on the route from Palmi to Scalea, let’s take a look at the Meteo in Calabria. The sky above the Giro group is clear to slightly cloudy. The wind blows from the south at 9 km / h with gusts up to 22 km / h. The probability of rain is 5 percent and the temperature is 20 degrees. The best time for cycling: neither too hot nor too cold.
14:20 / 137 km – current race situation – 6th stage of the Giro
The breakaway of the day, Diego Rosa (Eolo-Kometa) rides alone in command. The advantage of the Italian is 3’37 minutes. In the main draw, the best sprinter teams continue to control events. Lotto-Soudal and Groupama-FDJ have everything under control so far.
14:10 / 147 km – Rosa wins the first intermediate sprint
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Live lap – 14:02 / 152 km – Mountain classification: Kämna extends the lead
Lannard Kämna secured another 2 points in the mountains standings without a fight and is now leading the fight for the blue jersey with 43 points. 1 point goes to Thomas De Gendt. The fugitive Diego Rosa has an advantage of about 5 minutes with 153 kilometers to go.
Giro 2022 – 13:55 / 157 km – Rosa conquers the mountain ranking
Live lap – 13:36 / 167 km – Diego Rosa first breakaway of the day
It is finally getting too colorful for Diego Rosa. The pro of the Eolo-Kometa Team tries to escape while in the front rows Lotto-Soudal and Groupama-FDJ continue to control the pace. Eurosport expert Bernhard Eisel is surprised by Rosa’s run. The former Austrian professional was expecting an attack from Rosa on Friday on his way to Potenza.
13:28 / 170 km – De Gendt takes the helm
13:16 / 176 km – Slow train instead of running pace
The whoop data from Julius van den Berg of Team EF Education-EasyPost reflects the current racial situation. The Dutchman rolls into the regeneration area in the group with a heart rate of 125 beats per minute. Thomas De Gendt (Lotto-Soudal) and Dries De Bondt (Alpecin-Fenix) roll comfortably at the head of the group. Mark Cavendish and Caleb Ewan use the slow train speed for a chat between sprint specialists. Fairness is very important in cycling. Hopefully this will also happen in the final sprint of the 6th stage, which will in all likelihood become a mass sprint.
13:03 / 188 km – Good mood in the group
The signs clearly point to a mass sprint this Thursday. Some pros mock the situation, faking the occasional attack with a mischievous smile on their face, only to fall back once the cameras are on them. Let’s see if any runners dare to ride the climb at L. Razza Airport with the 4th category mountain classification after 34 kilometers – calm before the storm.
12:53 / 192 km – Free departure for the 6th stage of the Giro d’Italia
The race director waves the blue flag from the traditional red head vehicle at the zero kilometer race. Lotto-Soudal blocks the road for the moment because the field is still in the city and one or the other roundabout must be crossed. Safety in first place at the start of the 6th stage of the 2022 Giro d’Italia.
Giro 2022 – 12:38 – The group starts from Palmi
Led by the leaders of the individual categories around Juan Pedro Lopez in the pink jersey and Lennard Kämna (mountain jersey), the field of runners moves in Palmi under the bright sun. The departure is reminiscent of a triumphal ride, because the narrow streets of Palmi are lined with numerous spectators. The group will now complete a neutralized race over the next 9km before the pros really start pedaling and the first breakaway group will emerge.
Giro 2022: 6th stage live on TV and live streaming
Live TV broadcast on Eurosport1 and Eurosport on Joyn as well as Eurosport Player in live streaming started at 12:25. Cycling commentator Karsten Migels and experts Bernhard Eisel and Rolf Aldag will accompany you on the microphone for the next few hours. We wish you a lot of fun with the broadcast of the top of the Ligurian Riviera cycling.
Giro 2022 live – the favorites to win the day
After Arnaud Démare (GFC) benefited from the absence of Caleb Ewan (LTS) and Mark Cavendish (QST) yesterday, today he must establish himself against the two best sprinters. Maybe Phil Bauhaus (TBV) will get on the podium. Biniam Girmay (IWG) is not the fastest sprinter, but he is always good at surprising. If our cycling expert Andreas Schulz is right, Cavendish and Ewan will compete this afternoon between 5pm and 5.30pm for the stage win.
Route of the Giro: route and profile of the 6th stage in Scalea
Giro 2022 – The profile of the 6th stage
Giro d’Italia live in the ticker: Welcome
Good morning from southern Italy to the 6th stage of the 105th Giro d’Italia! Today’s section takes the group from Palmi to Scaela. There are 192 mostly flat kilometers waiting. It should be a day for sprinters. The start of the stage is at 12:50. Thomas Janz beats the live stage for you. Have a good time!
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