09 October 2019

Out of the Woods

The Canadian rider won the 100th Milano-Torino, beating Valverde and Yates

09 October 2019

Woods wins 100th Milano-Torino

The Canadian rider beats Valverde and Yates in front of the Basilica at Superga

09 October 2019

Milano-Torino, the oldest classic is underway

The race, first held in 1876, is cycling’s oldest competition and celebrates the historic milestone of 100 editions.

08 October 2019

100th Milano-Torino: challenge atop Superga

The 100th edition of Milano-Torino NamedSport, the oldest Classic bicycle race which was first run in 1876, starts tomorrow in Magenta, finishing on Superga hill after 179km. The starters include the new Road World Champion Mads Pedersen, Tour de France winner Egan Bernal, Alejandro Valverde, Jakob Fuglsang, Giulio Ciccone, Davide Formolo, Wilco Kelderman, Fausto Masnada, Mikel Landa Meana, Adam Yates, Ilnur Zakarin, Wilco Kelderman, Philippe Gilbert, Rafal Majka, Tim Wellens and Warren Barguil.

07 October 2019

Milano-Torino: the provisional entry list has been announced

The provisional entry lists for this week’s Autumn Classics – Milano-Torino NamedSport (9 October), GranPiemonte NamedSport (10 October) and Il Lombardia NamedSport (12 October) – organised by RCS Sport / La Gazzetta dello Sport are announced today.

11 September 2019

Milano-Torino 100th edition: the race that’s part of cycling history

The oldest classic will celebrate its 100th edition on Wednesday 9 October. Milano-Torino NamedSport marks this historic anniversary on the same route as last year’s race – starting from Magenta and finishing on the Colle di Superga climb, where the victory went to the French rider Thibaut Pinot.

06 September 2019

Il Lombardia, Milano-Torino and GranPiemonte: invited teams announced

On 9, 10 and 12 October, the races Milano-Torino NamedSport (9 October), GranPiemonte NamedSport (10 October) and Il Lombardia NamedSport (12 October) will bring to a close the European cycling season. Further details of the three races will be unveiled in the next few weeks. Today, the teams – of seven riders each – who will participate in the three races have been announced.

10 October 2018

Pinot bounces back in style

Four and half months after pneumonia ruined his chances of finishing on the Giro d’Italia podium, France’s Thibaut Pinot of Groupama-FDJ claimed the first Italian classic of his career. He rode away 1.2km before the finish at Superga after his team-mate David Gaudu crashed along with Miguel Angel “Superman” Lopez who won Milano-Torino two years ago. Newly crowned World Champion Alejandro Valverde rounded out the podium.

10 October 2018

Thibaut Pinot wins 99th Milano-Torino

The French rider Thibaut Pinot (Groupama – FDJ) has won the 99th Milano-Torino NamedSport, raced over a 200km route from Magenta to the Basilica at Superga, looking down on  the city of Turin. The second finisher was Miguel Angel Lopez (Astana Pro Team), while the third to arrive was Alejandro Valverde (Movistar Team).

10 October 2018

Good Morning from Milano-Torino, the oldest Classic

The 99th edition of the Milano-Torino NamedSport started in Magenta, and it finishes this afternoon, after 200km, at the Basilica on the beautiful Superga – the hill that overlooks the city of Turin.