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2013 Tirreno-Adriatico

The real race to the sun, via two seas and a few mountains...

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Shark-Terror in Tirreno

After a superb day of racing in some atrocious conditions Vincenzo Nibali took the lead and is now the man to beat in the final timetrial . Peter Sagan outclimbed some of the greats to join the decisive attack and won the stage in convincing style. All in all a day that will probably go down as one of the top races as we sum up 2013.

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Sprint Battles Continue on Tirreno Stage 3

Peter Sagan displayed his versatility on the third stage of Tirreno - Adriatico by winning a bunch sprint into Narni Scalo, opening up the sprint and holding off challenges from Mark Cavendish and André Greipel. Mark Cavendish still holds onto the leader's jersey.

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The Tirreno TTT - Does it Matter?

Tirreno - Adriatico has traditionally started with a road stage, but in the past three editions it has followed the lead of the Giro d'Italia and eschewed this for a team time trial. The distances have been short - all, actually, between 16.8-16.9km long - and time gaps fairly small over an 18-20 minute effort. So what has the TTT added to the race? Does it have that much of an effect on the overall classification?

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