The third time trial of the race is more typical sadistic Giro d’Italia fare. It’s uphill almost all the way. A 1.8km warm-up flat section is followed by the 9km-long Alpe di Siusi, which averages 8.3 per cent. The tactic: go hard but not too hard.
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