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2020 Milano - San Remo (World Tour)

111th edition: Saturday, March 21, 2020

Race postponed to Saturday, August 8, 2020

Complete results for every edition of Milano-San Remo | 2019 edition | Photos | Course maps and profiles | Start list | Race date change notice | Explanation of July 2020 route change

Milano - San Remo, 305 km

Wout Van Aert

Wout Van Aert (on right) beats Julian Alaphilippe to the line.

Weather at the finish city of San Remo at 1:40 PM, local time: 30C (86F), sunny, with the wind from South at 10 km/hr (6 mph). There is a 5% chance of rain.

The race: Here's the report from third-place Michael Matthews' Team Sunweb.

After a long awaited break the peloton descended on Milano for the start of the first Monument of the year: Milano-Sanremo. Featuring a change in route with more climbing in the middle of the day and a whopping 305 kilometres to cover, it was set to be a long and hot day in the saddle.

A flurry of attacks from the gun saw a few failed breakaway attempts before a group of seven was able to get clear within the opening ten kilometres. From there the riders settled into a smooth rhythm as the kilometres ticked by. Yet, the pace increased once again and the breakaway were ultimately caught as the race hit the coastline.

Heading towards the Cipressa there was a lot of action at the front of the race, with numerous attacks. Each time the escapees got a small gap before being brought back, with the peloton together as they hit the famous Poggio climb. A steady pace was set on the lower slopes before in Milano-Sanremo tradition, the final kilometre was taken at full speed, with Van Aert and Alaphilippe getting a gap over the bunch. Michael Matthews tried to follow on the inside but was forced against the wall, injuring his hand and shoulder in the process. Nevertheless, the Aussie dug in and continued to follow the wheels over the top of the climb, staying near the front of the chasing group.

Once off of the descent, Tiesj Benoot buried himself at the head of the peloton in an attempt to close the gap to the leaders, aiming to launch Matthews for the sprint but unfortunately the gap was just too big. Despite struggling to hold his handlebars due to his injury, Matthews produced a monumentally impressive kick which saw him close in on the leaders in the finale, winning the bunch sprint for a great third place on the line.

Speaking after the stage Matthews explained what happened in the finale: “Other guys were just in front of me attacking and I also wanted to go and follow them. The door then closed in front of me against the wall, and I scraped my shoulder and hand against the wall. From that point I couldn’t actually hold my handlebar properly with my hand, but I knew the team did such a great job today so I didn’t want to give up. Obviously I wanted to win and I think I had the legs to do it but this is racing; sometimes you win sometimes you lose. In the sprint at the end it was all or nothing to see what I could get out of the race after the crash – I think being on the podium is nice.”

Team Sunweb coach Marc Reef added: “It was a really long and tough day because of the heat but also the parcours; it was always up and down. When we arrived on the coast the bunch had already suffered a lot. We lost Jasha because of the work that he had done earlier. Then Cees did a really good job towards the Cipressa where all of the guys were in a good position on the climb. We tried to then position ourselves well going onto the Poggio. Nikias went in a good way with Michael but Tiesj just missed it and he needed to move up on the Poggio. Tiesj could make up some spots but not enough and they both couldn’t follow Alaphilippe when he attacked. After the descent the gap was there and we tried to close it with Tiesj but didn’t succeed and Michael sprinted for a podium place. In the end I think we can be really happy with today, after the team did a really good job and with Michael’s third place.”

Complete Results:

305 kilometers raced at an average speed of 41.958 km/hr

1 VAN AERT Wout Jumbo-Visma 7hr 16min 9sec
2 ALAPHILIPPE Julian Deceuninck-Quick Step s.t.
3 MATTHEWS Michael Team Sunweb @ 2sec
4 SAGAN Peter Bora-hansgrohe s.t.
5 NIZZOLO Giacomo NTT Pro Cycling s.t.
6 SMITH Dion Mitchelton-Scott s.t.
7 ARANBURU Alex Astana s.t.
8 VAN AVERMAET Greg CCC Team s.t.
9 GILBERT Philippe Lotto-Soudal s.t.
10 MOHORIC Matej Bahrain-McLaren s.t.
11 VENDRAME Andrea Ag2r La Mondiale s.t.
12 POGACAR Tadej UAE-Team Emirates s.t.
13 VAN DER POEL Mathieu Alpecin-Fenix s.t.
14 NAESEN Oliver Ag2r La Mondiale s.t.
15 KWIATKOWSKI Michał INEOS s.t.
16 FORMOLO Davide UAE-Team Emirates s.t.
17 JORGENSON Matteo Movistar s.t.
18 BETTIOL Alberto EF Pro Cycling s.t.
19 STYBAR Zdenek Deceuninck-Quick Step s.t.
20 BENOOT Tiesj Team Sunweb s.t.
21 DE GENDT Aimé Circus-Wanty Gobert s.t.
22 IZAGIRRE Gorka Astana s.t.
23 NIBALI Vincenzo Trek-Segafredo s.t.
24 DÉMARE Arnaud Groupama-FDJ s.t.
25 CARUSO Damiano Bahrain-McLaren s.t.
26 STANNARD Robert Mitchelton-Scott 0:08
27 SBARAGLI Kristian Alpecin-Fenix 0:13
28 ROTA Lorenzo Vini Zabù KTM s.t.
29 TURGIS Anthony Total Direct Energie 0:14
30 CICCONE Giulio Trek-Segafredo s.t.
31 DE MARCHI Alessandro CCC Team 0:16
32 SWIFT Ben INEOS 0:27
33 MOSCON Gianni INEOS 0:30
34 MEURISSE Xandro Circus-Wanty Gobert 0:36
35 VILLELLA Davide Movistar 0:57
36 CANOLA Marco Gazprom-RusVelo s.t.
37 SOUPE Geoffrey Total Direct Energie 1:03
38 BOUHANNI Nacer Arkea-Samsic s.t.
39 VIVIANI Elia Cofidis 1:24
40 BOIVIN Guillaume Israel Start-Up Nation s.t.
41 BAKELANTS Jan Circus-Wanty Gobert s.t.
42 PASQUALON Andrea Circus-Wanty Gobert s.t.
43 VELASCO Simone Gazprom-RusVelo s.t.
44 CLARKE Simon EF Pro Cycling 1:26
45 JANSEN Amund Jumbo-Visma 1:28
46 BONIFAZIO Niccolò Total Direct Energie 1:46
47 BRAMBILLA Gianluca Trek-Segafredo s.t.
48 VLIEGEN Loïc Circus-Wanty Gobert 1:57
49 MASNADA Fausto CCC Team 2:14
50 VISCONTI Giovanni Vini Zabù KTM s.t.
51 BURGHARDT Marcus Bora-hansgrohe 2:42
52 KÜNG Stefan Groupama-FDJ s.t.
53 BENEDETTI Cesare Bora-hansgrohe 2:43
54 KREUZIGER Roman NTT Pro Cycling 3:44
55 LUTSENKO Alexey Astana s.t.
56 ARNDT Nikias Team Sunweb s.t.
57 KRAGH ANDERSEN Soren Team Sunweb s.t.
58 VAN GESTEL Dries Total Direct Energie s.t.
59 ROOSEN Timo Jumbo-Visma s.t.
60 BENNETT Sam Deceuninck-Quick Step 4:26
61 MOSCA Jacopo Trek-Segafredo 4:46
62 PUCCIO Salvatore INEOS s.t.
63 COLBRELLI Sonny Bahrain-McLaren s.t.
64 WARBASSE Larry Ag2r La Mondiale s.t.
65 WOODS Michael EF Pro Cycling 4:56
66 KOCH Jonas CCC Team s.t.
67 EDMONDSON Alex Mitchelton-Scott s.t.
68 RUSSO Clément Arkea-Samsic 5:05
69 KONYCHEV Alexander Mitchelton-Scott s.t.
70 TEUNS Dylan Bahrain-McLaren s.t.
71 OSS Daniel Bora-hansgrohe s.t.
72 ASGREEN Kasper Deceuninck-Quick Step s.t.
73 JUNGELS Bob Deceuninck-Quick Step s.t.
74 GANNA Filippo INEOS s.t.
75 GROSSSCHARTNE Felix Bora-hansgrohe s.t.
76 GOGL Michael NTT Pro Cycling s.t.
77 MARENGO Umberto Vini Zabù KTM 5:47
78 LEMOINE Cyril Cofidis s.t.
79 NAESEN Lawrence Ag2r La Mondiale 6:21
80 VANDENBERGH Stijn Ag2r La Mondiale s.t.
81 ZABEL Rick Israel Start-Up Nation s.t.
82 HOLLENSTEIN Reto Israel Start-Up Nation s.t.
83 KRISTOFF Alexander UAE-Team Emirates s.t.
84 GAVAZZI Francesco Androni Giocattoli-Sidermec 8:43
85 CONCI Nicola Trek-Segafredo s.t.
86 SEPÚLVEDA Eduardo Movistar s.t.
87 PETIT Adrien Total Direct Energie s.t.
88 SINKELDAM Ramon Groupama-FDJ 9:24
89 SCOTSON Miles Groupama-FDJ s.t.
90 CIMOLAI Davide Israel Start-Up Nation s.t.
91 GAVIRIA Fernando UAE-Team Emirates s.t.
92 MARTINELLI Davide Astana 9:47
93 GARCIA Iván Bahrain-McLaren 10:59
94 SAVINI Daniel Bardiani-CSF s.t.
95 THWAITES Scott Alpecin-Fenix s.t.
96 SABATINI Fabio Cofidis s.t.
97 GONZALEZ Roberto Vini Zabù KTM s.t.
98 DE KORT Koen Trek-Segafredo s.t.
99 VALGREN Michael NTT Pro Cycling s.t.
100 BOASSON HAGEN Edvald NTT Pro Cycling s.t.
101 CORT Magnus EF Pro Cycling s.t.
102 LAPORTE Christophe Cofidis s.t.
103 GUARNIERI Jacopo Groupama-FDJ s.t.
104 FRAILE Omar Astana s.t.
105 LEYSEN Senne Alpecin-Fenix 13:39
106 MAES Nikolas Lotto-Soudal s.t.
107 MARTENS Paul Jumbo-Visma s.t.
108 DECLERCQ Tim Deceuninck-Quick Step s.t.
109 BAIS Mattia Androni Giocattoli-Sidermec s.t.
110 DE BUYST Jasper Lotto-Soudal s.t.
111 LINDEMAN Bert-Jan Jumbo-Visma s.t.
112 FIORELLI Filippo Bardiani-CSF s.t.
113 EWAN Caleb Lotto-Soudal s.t.
114 CIMA Imerio Gazprom-RusVelo s.t.
115 BOEV Igor Gazprom-RusVelo s.t.
116 BAGIOLI Nicola Androni Giocattoli-Sidermec s.t.
117 TONELLI Alessandro Bardiani-CSF s.t.
118 KURIANOV Stepan Gazprom-RusVelo s.t.
119 RICHEZE Maximiliano UAE-Team Emirates s.t.
120 TROIA Oliviero UAE-Team Emirates s.t.
121 PICHON Laurent Arkea-Samsic s.t.
122 VANBILSEN Kenneth Cofidis s.t.
123 CATALDO Dario Movistar s.t.
124 SCHÄR Michael CCC Team s.t.
125 MEYER Cameron Mitchelton-Scott s.t.
126 DOCKER Mitchell EF Pro Cycling s.t.
127 RESTREPO Jhonatan Androni Giocattoli-Sidermec s.t.
128 DE BONDT Dries Alpecin-Fenix 15:01
129 BOUDAT Thomas Arkea-Samsic 15:02
130 ALBASINI Michael Mitchelton-Scott 15:05
131 VACHON Florian Arkea-Samsic s.t.
132 VAN POPPEL Danny Circus-Wanty Gobert s.t.
133 MCLAY Daniel Arkea-Samsic s.t.
134 FRAPPORTI Marco Vini Zabù KTM s.t.
135 ALBANESE Vincenzo Bardiani-CSF s.t.
136 CRADDOCK Lawson EF Pro Cycling s.t.
137 BOL Cees Team Sunweb s.t.
138 BONIFAZIO Leonardo Total Direct Energie s.t.
139 CONSONNI Simone Cofidis 15:34
140 VAN BAARLE Dylan INEOS 16:02
141 TOLHOEK Antwan Jumbo-Visma s.t.
142 RUMAC Josip Androni Giocattoli-Sidermec s.t.
143 RIESEBEEK Oscar Alpecin-Fenix s.t.
144 CIMA Damiano Gazprom-RusVelo 17:44
145 MAZZUCCO Fabio Bardiani-CSF s.t.
146 WALSCHEID Max NTT Pro Cycling s.t.
147 VAN DER SANDE Tosh Lotto-Soudal s.t.
148 SUTHERLAND Rory Israel Start-Up Nation s.t.
149 DUVAL Julien Ag2r La Mondiale 29:52

2020 Milano-San Remo photos by Fotoreporter Sirotti:

Milan San Remo start

The riders roll away from the Castello Sforzesco in Milan. They have more than seven hour of racing ahead of them.

Wout van Aert

Julian Alaphilippe (left) and Wout van Aert throw their bikes. This is close.

Wout Van Aert

Wout Van Aert celebrates just beating Julian Alaphilippe

Wout Van Aert

Van Aert is the center of attention.

Michael Matthews

Third-place Michael Matthews is certainly much worse for the wear after being forced againt the wall in the sprint.

Milan San Remo podium

The podium, from left: Julian Alaphilippe (2nd), Wout Van Aert (1st) & Michael Matthews (3rd).

Michael Matthews

Wout Van Aert enjoys his win.


2020 Milano-San Remo course maps and profiles: Explanation of route change

2020 Milan San Remo Map

Here is the revised 2020 Milan-San Remo map

2020 Milano-San Remo map

Old 2020 Milano-San Remo course map

New Milan-San Remo profile

Here is the new 2020 Milan San Remo profile

Milano-San Remo profile

Old 2020 Milano-San Remo course profile

Cipressa climb

Profile of the Cipressa ascent

Poggio profile

And here's the Poggio


Start list with back numbers, August 7, 2020:

  DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP
DS: Davide Bramati, Wilfried Peeters
1 ALAPHILIPPE Julian
2 ASGREEN Kasper
3 BENNETT Sam
4 DECLERCQ Tim
5 JUNGELS Bob
6 STYBAR Zdenek
AG2R LA MONDIALE
DS: Didier Jannel, Laurent Biondi
11 NAESEN Oliver
12 DUVAL Julien
13 NAESEN Lawrence
14 VANDENBERGH Stijn
15 VENDRAME Andrea
16 WARBASSE Larry
ALPECIN-FENIX
DS: Bart Leysen, Christophe Roodhooft
21 VAN DER POEL Mathieu
22 DE BONDT Dries
23 LEYSEN Senne
24 RIESEBEEK Oscar
25 SBARAGLI Kristian
26 THWAITES Scott
ANDRONI GIOCATTOLI-SIDERMEC
DS: Alessandro Spezialetti, Gianni Savio
31 BAGIOLI Nicola
32 BAIS Mattia
33 GAVAZZI Francesco
34 RESTREPO VALENCIA Jhonatan
35 RUMAC Josip
36 VENCHIARUTTI Nicola
ASTANA
DS: Giuseppi Martinelli
41 LUTSENKO Alexey
42 ARANBURU DEBA Alex
43 BOARO Manuele
44 FRAILE MATARRANZ Omar
45 IZAGIRRE INSAUSTI Gorka
46 MARTINELLI Davide
BAHRAIN-MCLAREN
DS: Alberto Volpi
51 COLBRELLI Sonny
52 CARUSO Damiano
53 GARCIA CORTINA Ivan
54 HALLER Marco
55 MOHORIC Matej
56 TEUNS Dylan
BARDIANI CSF FAIZANE'
DS: Roberto Reverberi, Mirko Rossato
61 ALBANESE Vincenzo
62 FILOSI Iuri
63 FIORELLI Filippo
64 MAZZUCCO Fabio
65 SAVINI Daniel
66 TONELLI Alessandro
BORA-HANSGROHE
DS: Jan Valach, Enrico Poitschke
71 SAGAN Peter
72 BENEDETTI Cesare
73 BURGHARDT Marcus
74 GATTO Oscar
75 GROßSCHARTNER Felix
76 OSS Daniel
CCC TEAM
DS: Valerio Piva, Fabio Baldato
81 VAN AVERMAET Greg
82 DE MARCHI Alessandro
83 KOCH Jonas
84 MASNADA Fausto
85 SCHÄR Michael
86 TRENTIN Matteo
CIRCUS-WANTY GOBERT
DS: Hilaire Van Der Schueren, Steven De Neef
91 BAKELANTS Jan
92 DE GENDT Aimé
93 MEURISSE Xandro
94 PASQUALON Andrea
95 VAN POPPEL Danny
96 VLIEGEN Loïc
COFIDIS
DS: Roberto Damiani, Christian Guiberteau
101 VIVIANI Elia
102 CONSONNI Simone
103 LAPORTE Christophe
104 LEMOINE Cyril
105 SABATINI Fabio
106 VANBILSEN Kenneth
EF PRO CYCLING
DS: Fabrizio Guidi
111 BETTIOL Alberto
112 CLARKE Simon
113 CRADDOCK Lawson
114 DOCKER Mitchell
115 CORT NIELSEN Magnus
116 WOODS Michael
GAZPROM-RUSVELO
DS: Michele Devoti, Aleksei Markov
121 CIMA Damiano
122 BOEV Igor
123 CANOLA Marco
124 CIMA Imerio
125 KURIANOV Stepan
126 VELASCO Simone
GROUPAMA-FDJ
DS: Frederic Guesdon
131 DEMARE Arnaud
132 SCOTSON Miles
133 GUARNIERI Jacopo
134 KONOVALOVAS Ignatas
135 KÜNG Stefan
136 SINKELDAM Ramon
ISRAEL START-UP NATION
DS: Claudio Cozzi, Nicki Sorensen
141 BOIVIN Guillaume
142 CIMOLAI Davide
143 DOWSETT Alex
144 HOLLENSTEIN Reto
145 SUTHERLAND Rory
146 ZABEL Rick
LOTTO SOUDAL
DS: Frederik Willems, Kevin De Weert
151 EWAN Caleb
152 DE BUYST Jasper
153 FRISON Frederik
154 GILBERT Philippe
155 MAES Nikolas
156 VAN DER SANDE Tosh
MITCHELTON-SCOTT
DS: Gene Bates, Vittorio Algeri
161 ALBASINI Michael
162 EDMONDSON Alexander
163 KONYCHEV Alexander
164 MEYER Cameron
165 SMITH Dion
166 STANNARD Robert
MOVISTAR
DS: Maximilian Sciandri
171 CARRETERO Hector
172 CATALDO Dario
173 CULLAIGH Gabriel
174 JORGENSON Matteo
175 SEPULVEDA Eduardo
176 VILLELLA Davide
NTT PRO CYCLING
DS: Lars Michaelsen, Gino Vaoudenhouve
181 NIZZOLO Giacomo
182 BOASSON HAGEN Edvald
183 GOGL Michael
184 VALGREN ANDERSEN Michael
185 KREUZIGER Roman
186 WALSCHEID Max
ARKEA-SAMSIC
DS: Yvon Caer, Kevin Rinaldi
191 BOUDAT Thomas
192 BOUHANNI Nacer
193 MCLAY Daniel
194 PICHON Laurent
195 RUSSO Clement
196 VACHON Florian
INEOS
DS: Dario Cioni
201 KWIATKOWSKI Michal
202 GANNA Filippo
203 MOSCON Gianni
204 PUCCIO Salvatore
205 SWIFT Ben
206 VAN BAARLE Dylan
JUMBO-VISMA
DS: Jan Boven
211 VAN AERT Wout
212 JANSEN Amund Grondahl
213 LINDEMAN Bertjan
214 MARTENS Paul
215 ROOSEN Timo
216 TOLHOEK Antwan
TEAM SUNWEB
DS: Marc Reef
221 MATTHEWS Michael
222 ARNDT Nikias
223 BENOOT Tiesj
224 BOL Cees
225 KRAGH ANDERSEN Soren
226 SÜTTERLIN Jasha
TOTAL DIRECT ENERGIE
DS: Lylian Lebreton
231 BONIFAZIO Leonardo
232 BONIFAZIO Niccolo
233 PETIT Adrien
234 SOUPE Geoffrey
235 TURGIS Anthony
236 VAN GESTEL Dries
TREK-SEGAFREDO
DS: Paolo Slongo
241 NIBALI Vincenzo
242 BRAMBILLA Gianluca
243 CICCONE Giulio
244 CONCI Nicola
245 DE KORT Koen
246 MOSCA Jacopo
UAE-TEAM EMIRATES
DS: Manuele Mori
251 GAVIRIA RENDON Fernando
252 FORMOLO Davide
253 KRISTOFF Alexander
254 POGACAR Tadej
255 RICHEZE Ariel Maximiliano
256 TROIA Oliviero
VINI ZABU’ KTM
DS: Luca Scinto, Luca Amoriello
261 VISCONTI Giovanni
262 FRAPPORTI Marco
263 GONZÁLEZ Roberto
264 MARENGO Umberto
265 MITRI James
266 ROTA Lorenzo

March 6, race organizer RCS Sport posted this notice:

06 March 2020
MILANO-SANREMO POSTPONED FROM ITS ORIGINAL DATE

Milano-San Remo

Following the confirmation by the relevant authorities that they are unable to grant appropriate authorisations, RCS Sport announces that the cycling race Milano-Sanremo, scheduled for 21 March is cancelled from its original date.

Furthermore, as the appropriate authorities have verified that suitable conditions do not exist for them to be unable to guarantee the provisions of the DPCM (Decreto del Presidente del Consiglio dei Ministri della Repubblica Italiana – Decree of the President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian Republic) on 4 March 2020, and to guarantee the safeguarding of public health and the safety of all the people involved, RCS Sport has made the decision to cancel Tirreno-Adriatico, scheduled for 11-17 March, and Il Giro di Sicilia, scheduled for 1-4 April.

RCS Sport will request the UCI, via the Italian Cycling Federation, to allocate new dates on the international cycling calendar for the three races, as has already been requested for Strade Bianche and Strade Bianche Women Elite.


Milan-San Remo re-routed because mayors of coastal towns won't allow the race in their cities

What follows is the race organizer's latest post, explaining the new route. But unspoken in the release is the fact the the cities along the Ligurian coast won't close the main coastal road to traffic at the height of the tourist season.

So here's the organizer's update and the new map and profile:

Milan-Sanremo by Vittoria changes its path. Saturday 8 August the protagonists of the Classicissima will face an unprecedented track that will move from Milan, Km 0 is set on the Nuova Vigevanese in the municipality of Trezzano sul Naviglio, to continue towards Lomellina, Alessandria, Monferrato and the Langhe before tackling the climb of Colle Nava 70 kilometers from the finish line in Sanremo. In Imperia we return to the classic route to face the Cipressa from San Lorenzo al Mare and shortly after the Poggio di Sanremo.

ROUTE DESCRIPTION
The Milan-Sanremo by Vittoria after 110 years changes route and meets the sea only in Imperia after crossing the Po Valley and the Apennines further west than usual. After leaving from Milan, cross the Lomellina on flat, wide and straight roads. After Alessandria, the race crosses the Monferrato and then passes through the Langhe and faces the first long asperity of the day, the ascent of Niella Belbo. The slopes are gentle, but they are present, especially in the initial part steep sections and the climb is almost 20 km long (average 3%). After Ceva begins the long and easy ascent to Colle di Nava (3.9 km at 3% in the final). Follows the fast dive on Pieve di Teco followed by the slight slope to go down to Imperia. Ascent and descent take place on wide roads. The crossing of Langhe and Monferrato has narrow sections. In Imperia we return to the classic route to face the Cipressa (faced for the first time in 1982) from San Lorenzo al Mare and shortly after the Poggio di Sanremo (tackled for the first time in 1961).

CYPRESS AND POGGIO
La Cipressa (5.6 km at 4.1%) introduces the race in the very fast and demanding descent that takes you back to the ss.1 Aurelia. At 9 km from the finish, the ascent of Poggio di Sanremo begins (3.7 km less than 4% on average with peaks of 8% in the stretch preceding the descent). The climb has a slightly narrow track and 4 hairpin bends in the first 2 km. The descent is very demanding, restricted in some passages, and with a succession of hairpin bends and curves and counter-curves up to the entrance to the Aurelia state road. The last part of the descent takes place in the town of Sanremo. To be pointed out at 750 m from the finish the last curve that leads to the final straight line of via Roma.