Giro d’Italia 2010

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93. Giro d’Italia
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Final score
First Ivan Basso 87:44:01 h
(38.960 km/h)
Second David Arroyo + 01:51 min
Third Vincenzo Nibali + 02:37 min
Fourth Michele Scarponi + 02:50 min
Fifth Cadel Evans + 03:27 min
Sixth Alexander Vinokourov + 07:06 min
Seventh Richie Porte + 07:22 min
Eighth Carlos Sastre + 09:39 min
Nine Marco Pinotti + 14:20 min
Tenth Robert Kišerlovski + 14:51 min
Scoring Cadel Evans 150 P.
Second Alexander Vinokourov 128 P.
Third Vincenzo Nibali 116 P.
Mountain classification Matthew Lloyd 056 P.
Second Ivan Basso 041P.
Third Johann Tschopp 038 P.
Junior ranking Richie Porte 87:51:23 h
Second Robert Kišerlovski + 07:29 min
Third Bauke Mollema + 12:19 min
Team classification Liquigas-Doimo 262:04:40 h
Second Rabobank + 24:21 min
Third Caisse d’Epargne + 1:05:55 h

The 93rd Giro d’Italia took place from 8 to 30 May 2010. The cycling race was held in 21 stages over a distance of 3418 kilometers. It was won for the second time by the Italian Ivan Basso.


The following teams have received an invitation from the organizer:[1]

  • FranceFrankreich ag2r La Mondiale
  • KazakhstanKasachstan Astana
  • SpainSpanien Caisse d’Epargne
  • SpainSpanien Footon-Servetto
  • United StatesVereinigte Staaten Garmin-Transitions
  • ItalyItalien Lampre-Farnese Vini
  • ItalyItalien Liquigas-Doimo
  • BelgiumBelgien Omega Pharma-Lotto
  • BelgiumBelgien Quick Step
  • NetherlandsNiederlande Rabobank
  • United KingdomVereinigtes Königreich Sky Professional Cycling Team
  • United StatesVereinigte Staaten HTC-Columbia
  • RussiaRussland Katyusha
  • GermanyDeutschland Team Milram
  • DenmarkDänemark Saxo Bank
Professional Continental Teams
  • ItalyItalien Acqua & Sapone
  • ItalyItalien Androni Giocattoli
  • FranceFrankreich Bbox Bouygues Télécom
  • United StatesVereinigte Staaten BMC Racing Team
  • SwitzerlandSchweiz Cervélo TestTeam
  • FranceFrankreich Cofidis
  • IrelandIrland Colnago-CSF Inox


The stage plan was presented to the public in Milan on 24 October 2009 by the director of the Giro, Angelo Zomegnan. After the Giro 2009 did not end in Milan for the first time in 20 years, this year Verona was chosen as a destination that deviates from tradition.[2]

Stage Type Day Start-finish km Stage winner Trikot Maglia Rosa
01. Stage Crystal clock.svg 08. May Amsterdam (NL) 008,4 United KingdomVereinigtes Königreich Bradley Wiggins United KingdomVereinigtes Königreich Bradley Wiggins
02. Stage Flachetappe 09. May Amsterdam-Utrecht (NL) 209 United StatesVereinigte Staaten Tyler Farrar AustraliaAustralien Cadel Evans
03. Stage Flachetappe 10. May Amsterdam-Middelburg (NL) 209 BelgiumBelgien Wouter Weylandt KazakhstanKasachstan Alexander Vinokourov
1. Day off 11. May – —
04. Stage Crystal clock.svg 12. May Savigliano-Cuneo 032,5 ItalyItalien Liquigas-Doimo ItalyItalien Vincenzo Nibali
05. Stage Flachetappe 13. May Novara-Novi Ligure 168 FranceFrankreich Jérôme Pineau
06. Stage Bergetappe 14. May Fidenza-Carrara 166 AustraliaAustralien Matthew Lloyd
07. Stage Bergetappe 15. May Carrara-Montalcino 215 AustraliaAustralien Cadel Evans KazakhstanKasachstan Alexander Vinokourov
08. Stage Hochgebirgsetappe 16. May Chianciano Terme-Monte Terminillo 189 DenmarkDänemark Chris Anker Sørensen
09. Stage Flachetappe 17. May Frosinone-Cava de’ Tirreni 188 AustraliaAustralien Matthew Goss
10. Stage Flachetappe 18. May Avellino-Bitonto 220 United StatesVereinigte Staaten Tyler Farrar
11. Stage Bergetappe 19. May Lucera-L’Aquila 256 RussiaRussland Yevgeny Petrov AustraliaAustralien Richie Porte
12. Stage Flachetappe 20. May Città Sant’Angelo-Porto Recanati 191 ItalyItalien Filippo Pozzato
13. Stage Bergetappe 21. May Porto Recanati-Cesenatico 222 ItalyItalien Manuel Belletti
14. Stage Hochgebirgsetappe 22. May Ferrara-Asolo 201 ItalyItalien Vincenzo Nibali SpainSpanien David Arroyo
15. Stage Hochgebirgsetappe 23. May Mestre-Monte Zoncolan 218 ItalyItalien Ivan Basso
2. Day off 24. May – —
16. Stage Crystal clock.svg 25. May St. Vigil crown square 012,9 ItalyItalien Stefano Garzelli SpainSpanien David Arroyo
17. Stage Bergetappe 26. May Bruneck-Peio 173 FranceFrankreich Damien Monier
18. Stage Flachetappe 27. May Levico Terme-Brescia 151 GermanyDeutschland André Greipel
19. Stage Hochgebirgsetappe 28. May Brescia-Aprica 195 ItalyItalien Michele Scarponi ItalyItalien Ivan Basso
20. Stage Hochgebirgsetappe 29. May Bormio-Tonalepass 178 SwitzerlandSchweiz Johann Tschopp
21. Stage Crystal clock.svg 30. May Verona 015,3 SwedenSchweden Gustav Larsson

Jerseys in the tour

There are numerous classifications in the Giro d’Italia. Special jerseys have been approved for four classifications to identify the leader. The table shows the wearer of the respective jersey during the individual stage or the leader of the respective overall classification on the evening of the previous day.

Stage Trikot Pink jersey (overall classification) Trikot Red jersey (points classification) Trikot Green jersey (mountain classification) Trikot White jersey (junior classification) Team classification
02. Stage Bradley Wiggins Bradley Wiggins Richie Porte Team Sky
03. Stage Cadel Evans Tyler Farrar Paul Voß Team Saxo Bank
04. Stage Alexander Vinokourov Graeme Brown
05. Stage Vincenzo Nibali Valerio Agnoli Liquigas-Doimo
06. Stage Jérôme Pineau
07. Stage Tyler Farrar Matthew Lloyd
08. Stage Alexander Vinokourov Richie Porte Team Saxo Bank
09. Stage Cadel Evans Liquigas-Doimo
10. Stage Tyler Farrar
11. Stage
12. Stage Richie Porte Team Saxo Bank
13. Stage Jérôme Pineau
14. Stage
15. Stage David Arroyo Alexander Vinokourov Liquigas-Doimo
16. Stage Cadel Evans
17. Stage
18. Stage
19. Stage
20. Stage Ivan Basso Ivan Basso
21. Stage Matthew Lloyd
Winner Ivan Basso Cadel Evans Matthew Lloyd Richie Porte Liquigas-Doimo

See also

  • Tour de France 2010
  • Vuelta a España 2010

Web links

Commons: Giro d’Italia 2010– Collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual references

  1. Giro d’Italia invites 22 teams – RadioShack not included Report on (retrieved on 22 March 2010)
  2. Presentation of the Giro d’Italia 2010: Zoncolan, mountain time trial, Mortirolo and Gavia Report of the presentation on (retrieved on 22 March 2010)