Paris Nice 2022 – Route, stages and participants of the event – CVBJ
Act. At 3:10 p.m. CET
Today the course and the stages of a Paris Nice 2022 âFor all tastesâ which includes a time trial and two mountain stages, one of which ends at Col de Turini, will mark the 80th edition to be held from March 6 to 13.
The âCarrera del Solâ which was presented today offers options for sprinters, escape adventurers, time specialists, even if the course will be demanding and, above all for climbers, who will have terrain for them. resolve the ordeal in their favor.
The next two stages call for sprinters, although the third ending in Dun Le Palestel has some ground in its second half for the brave who decide to attack.
The turn clock will have a 13.4 km course, short, but with an explosive finish with 700 meters at 8.6 percent and ramps of 14 to the finish line at MontluÃ§on.
The next important day with the fifth stage of 188 km between Saint-Just-Saint-Rambert and Saint-Sauveur-de-Montagut. They expect 5 ports and 3,350 meters of vertical drop. Three ports of 1er, Croix de Chaubouret (9.8 km at 6.6%), Saint-Romain-de-Lerps (6.5 km at 7.3) and Col de la Mure (7.6 km at 8, 3).
The event will head towards the Mediterranean with the sixth stage between CourthÃ©zon and Aubagne, at the gates of Marseille. With an additional 2,900 meters of elevation gain and the difficult crossing of the Espigoulier pass before the final descent, the peloton will have plenty to warm up before a traditionally difficult weekend.
On Saturday March 12, Paris Nice takes the height with the goal at Col de Turini (14.9 km climb at 7.3%), where in 2.019 there were two Colombians were the protagonists, Daniel Martinez for the stage and Egan Bernal for the general. It will be a key day.
On Sunday the 13th, we will find the Paseo de los Ingleses in Nice, with a route that has 5 ports, including the usual Col d’Ãze, with a new section, shorter but also steeper, which will increase the percentage of climb of 6.1% to 7.6.
ALL THE STAGES OF PARIS NICE 2022
March 6: Mantes-la-Ville-Mantes-la-Ville (159.8 kilometers)
March 7: Auffargis-OrlÃ©ans (159 kilometers)
8 March : Vierzon-Dun-le-Palestel (190.8 kilometers)
March 9: DomÃ©rat – MontluÃ§on (CRI, 13.4 kilometers)
March 10 : St-Just-Saint-Rambert-St-Sauveur-de-Montagut (188.8 kilometers)
March 11 : CourthÃ©zon – Aubagne (213.6 kilometers)
12th of March: Nice – Col de Turini – La BollÃ¨ne-VÃ©subie (155.4 kilometers)
March 13: Nice – Nice (115.6 kilometers)