Benoot gets first kiss

Bardet and Van Aert round out the unconventional podium. Anna van der Breggen dominates Strade Bianche Women Elite; Niewadoma and Longo Borghini once again in the top three. Tomorrow the Gran Fondo


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Tiesj Benoot wins Strade Bianche NAMEDSPORT> 2018

The Belgian rider is the winner of the “Northern Classic in the South of Europe”

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Anna van der Breggen wins the 2018 Strade Bianche NAMEDSPORT> Women Elite

The Dutch cyclist wins first UCI Women’s WorldTour race of the season

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Good morning from the Strade Bianche!

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The Champions' Prelude in Piazza del Campo, Siena

UCI Road World Champion Sagan, UCI Cyclocross World Champion Van Aert and last year’s winners Kwiatkowski and Longo Borghini present the 2018 Strade Bianche.


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Strade Bianche NAMEDSPORT> on TV

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2018 Strade Bianche: extra wild card team added to the men's race

The Men’s and Women’s provisional entry lists are announced

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Strade Bianche 2018 and its Gran Fondo

A new challenge is ready in Terre di Siena

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Strade Bianche and UCI Worldtour 2018 Wild Cards

RCS Sport has today announced its choices

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Three-year partnership between RCS Sport and Shimano Italy

Riders at events including Strade Bianche, Giro d’Italia, Tirreno-Adriatico, Milano-Sanremo, GranPiemonte, Milano-Torino and Il Lombardia will all receive in-race support from Shimano

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Today’s Sector Milestone Ceremony for the Swiss ace is the first act of a great weekend of cycling

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0 Days 0 Hours 0 Minutes 0 Seconds

to the start of Strade Bianche 2019


1 BENOOT Tiesj LTS 5h 03′ 33″
2 BARDET Romain ALM 0’39”
3 VAN AERT Wout VWC 0’58”
4 VALVERDE Alejandro MOV 1’25”
5 VISCONTI Giovanni TBM 1’27”
6 POWER Robert MTS 1’29”
7 STYBAR Zdenek QST 1’42”
8 SAGAN Peter BOH 2’08”