Women's Milan-San Remo planned for 2023

OVADA ITALY JULY 04 Anna van der Breggen of Netherlands and Team SD Worx Pink Leader Jersey celebrates at podium during the 32nd Giro dItalia Internazionale Femminile 2021 Stage 3 a 135km stage from Casale Monferrato to Ovada Champagne GiroDonne UCIWWT on July 04 2021 in Ovada Italy Photo by Luc ClaessenGetty Images
Anna van der Breggen of Team SD Worx won her fourth overall title at the 2021 Giro d'Italia Donne (Image credit: Getty Images)

Giro d'Italia organiser RCS Sport is busy in Budapest preparing for this year's Grande Partenza but is also working on the future of women's racing, with plans afoot to create their own women's Giro d'Italia and bring back a women's edition of Milan-San Remo.

Milan-San Remo Donne would be held on the same day of the men's race in late March, while RCS Sport CEO Paolo Bellino indicated a women's Giro d'Italia would start after the men's race at the end of May.

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