The 103rd Edition of Milano?? San Remo on March 17, 2012 took place. Milan?? San Remo is the first classic on the calendar of the UCI World Tour, and is nicknamed La Primavera? ??. The speed of almost 300 kilometres is also the longest classic, and a successor is wanted for Matthew Harley Goss, who in 2011 became the first Australian ever to Milan? San Remo won.
Milan?? San Remo 2012
The year 2012 is already 103. Edition of the Milano?? San Remo held. The first great classic of the cycling season will be held on March 17, starting as usual in Milan and finish in San Remo. Speed is almost 300 kilometres long, making it the longest classic on the calendar of the UCI.The length of the race looks to be so early in the season is not always the fastest sprinter wins the race, but it is best in shape and is still fresh after the different climbs which are included in the course.
The 298 kilometers which must pass riders are mostly flat kilometers, although there are some climbs on the course is included with an annual discharge. Passo del Turchino was FA who get to choose the package. After so?? s 140-kilometre race looms to climb on, but he is now little relevance to the course of the race. Le Manie is the second ascent in Milan? San Remo. This upgrade is so?? s 90 kilometers before the finish in San Remo, but is particularly dangerous because of the treacherous tricky downhill. A short ascent the decision will not fall, but the fall in the descent in recent years has meant an end to certain ambitions. After Passo del Turchino and Le Manie diving three Capo?? s on.CAPO Mele is the first of the three, and with an average gradient of 8.1%, also the steepest. After this follows Capo Cervo, Capo Berta. After climbing Capo Berta, the final total really starts, because the drivers at the time so?? s 250 kilometers in his legs and head towards the Cipressa.
Cipressa, the penultimate climb in Milan? San Remo and emerges after 270 kilometers race. He is so?? s six kilometers long and has an average gradient of 3.9%. So climbing is not very heavy, but the fact that he was so late in the game to be climbed ensure that did quite often on the Cipressa differences.
The last pitch in Milan? San Remo is Poggio di San Remo, who have to climb a few kilometres before the finish. With four kilometres to 3.7% is slightly less demanding than the Cipressa, but fatigue is the main factor that causes this Ascension always differences between the services. Sprinters try to latch on to this upgrade, while men who want to avoid a sprint right at Poggio see their last chance to run away.
The eighteen teams competing in the 2012 UCI World Tour is mandatory in Milan? San Remo 2012 to start with a minimum of six and maximum of eight riders.
Dutch participants Milano?? San Remo 2012
Rabobank, Vacansoleil?? DCM and 1t4i are the three participating Dutch law at Tirreno?? Adriatico in 2012. This is their choice:
- Rabobank: Lars Boom, Matti Breschel, Tom Leezer, Paul Martens, Mark Renshaw, Bram Tankink, Tjallingii Maarten and Maarten Wynants
- Vacansoleil-DCM: Kris Boeckmans, Johnny Hoogerland, Gustav Erik Larsson, Bjorn Leukemans, Pim Ligthart, Bertjan Lindeman, Marco Marcato and Frederik Veuchelen
- 1t4i: John Degenkolb, Simon Geschke
Other Dutch cyclists who start list of Milan-San Remo 2012 booth are: Niki Terpstra, Karsten Kroon, Martijn Verschoor, Sebastian Langeveld
Results Milan-San Remo in 2012
The first true classic of the cycling season 2012 were won by:
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