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GIRO’22 The Final Rant: Jai’s Giro!

The dust has settled on yet another stunning Giro d'Italia, excitement all the way, with very few dull moments. Jai Hindley was a worthy winner and the top 10 was full of talent. Ed Hood has been glued to the Italian Grand Tour to give us his take on the 2022 La Corsa Rosa.

GIRO’22 Final Stage 21: Jai Hindley Makes Giro and Australian History!

There were no problems for Jai Hindley in the final Giro d'Italia time trial, finishing in the splendor of Verona's Roman Arena. The Australian matched Richard Carapaz to hold his lead of over one minute. Mikel Landa also kept his third podium place. Italian time trial champion, Matteo Sobrero beat Thymen Arensman and Mathieu van der Poel for the stage win.

GIRO’22 Stage 9: Hindley Battles the Blockhaus

The toughest stage in the 2022 Giro d'Italia so far blew the race apart leaving a top group of six to fight for the win. Jai Hindley, Romain Bardet and Richard Carapaz sprinted to the line, for the Australian to take the victory. The GC changed, but Juan Pedro López kept the pink jersey by 12 seconds over João Almeida.

GIRO’20 Round-Up: Young Guns Deliver Nailbiter Finale

A very exciting Giro d'Italia finished on Sunday in Milano with a decisive time trial, although the Italian Grand Tour was probably won in the mountains on the previous days with battles between eventual winner, Tao Geoghegan Hart, Jai Hindley and Wilco Kelderman. But there was much more to the final week. Ed Hood takes up the story.

GIRO’20 Stage 20: All Change On Sestriere!

Stage 20 of the Giro d'Italia turned the podium upside down as the climb of Sestriere put INEOS Grenadiers' Tao Geoghegan Hart across the finish-line first and Jai Hindley (Sunweb) into the pink jersey. Wilco Kelderman couldn't hold the pace and dropped to third. Sunday's time trial will decide this year's Italian Grand Tour.

GIRO’20 Stage 18: Chaos On The Stelvio!

Giro d'Italia stage 18 saw the race blown apart over the Stelvio. At the line it was Jai Hindley who took the stage and his Sunweb teammate, Wilco Kelderman pulled on the leader's pink jersey. There was also INEOS Grenadiers' Tao Geoghegan Hart in second place on the stage and now third overall. The top three are all within 15 seconds.