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Giro d'Italia 2022: dates, stages, times, Latin cyclists and how to watch live

2022-05-06T12:40:13.107Z

The 2022 Giro d'Italia is just a few hours away from the start. From May 6, 176 cyclists will ride to get the Senza Fine Trophy.



Fans at the presentation of the 2022 Giro d'Italia cyclists on May 4.

(Photo: LUCA BETTINI/AFP via Getty Images)

(CNN Spanish) --

The 105th edition of the Giro d'Italia is a few hours away from starting.

Starting this Friday, a total of 176 cyclists will ride to win the 2022 Senza Fine Trophy.

The participants will have to go through a total of 21 stages to try to win one of the three Grand Tours (the other two are the Tour de France and the Tour of Spain).

  • Colombian cyclist Egan Bernal wins the Giro d'Italia 2021

The cyclists will start this Friday with stage 1, which starts in Budapest and ends in Visegrád with 195 kilometers between each point.

The Giro d'Italia will end on May 29 with a 17.4km time trial at the Verona Arena.

Next, we present the dates and stages of the entire race.

Dates of the 21 stages of the Giro d'Italia 2022

Who are the participants?

The Giro d'Italia 2022 will have 176 cyclists in the competition, who are divided into 22 teams with eight participants each.

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AG2R CITROEN TEAM (France)

  • Andrea Vendrame (Italy)

  • Lilian Calmejane (France)

  • Mikaël Cherel (France)

  • Felix Gall (Austria)

  • Jaakko Hanninen (Finland)

  • Lawrence Naesen (Belgium)

  • Nans Peters (France)

  • Nicholas Prodhomme (France)

ALPECIN-FENIX (Belgium)

  • Mathieu Van der Poel (Netherlands)

  • Tobias Bayer (Austria)

  • Dries DeBondt (Belgium)

  • Alexander Krieger (Germany)

  • Senne Leysen (Belgium)

  • Jakub Mareczko (Italy)

  • Stefano Oldani (Italy)

  • Oscar Riesebeek (Netherlands)

ASTANA QAZAQSTAN TEAM (Kazakhstan)

  • Vincenzo Nibali (Italy)

  • Valerio Conti (Italy)

  • David De la Cruz Melgarejo (Spain)

  • Joseph Lloyd Dombrowski (USA)

  • Fabio Felline (Italy)

  • Miguel Angel López Moreno (Colombia)

  • Vadim Pronskiy (Kazakhstan)

  • Harold Alfonso Tejada Canacue (Colombia)

BAHRAIN VICTORIOUS (Bahrain)

  • Mikel Landa Meana (Spain)

  • Phil Bauhaus (Germany)

  • Pello Bilbao Lopez de Armentia (Spain)

  • Santiago Buitrago Sánchez (Colombia)

  • Domen Novak (Slovenia)

  • Wouter Poels (Netherlands)

  • Jasha Sutterlin (Germany)

  • Jan Tratnik (Slovenia)

Spanish Bahrain team rider Mikel Landa (C) greets before the start of the first stage of the 2022 Giro d'Italia cycling race, 195 kilometers between Budapest and Visegrad, Hungary, on May 6, 2022. (Photo by Luca Bettini / AFP) (Photo by LUCA BETTINI/AFP via Getty Images)

BARDIANI CSF FAIZANÈ (Italy)

  • Filippo Zana (Italy)

  • Luca Covili (Italy)

  • Filippo Fiorelli (Italy)

  • Davide Gabburo (Italy)

  • Sasha Modolo (Italy)

  • Luca Rastelli (Italy)

  • Alessandro Tonelli (Italy)

  • Samuele Zoccarato (Italy)

BORA-HANSGROHE (Germany)

  • Wilco Kelderman (Netherlands)

  • Giovanni Aleotti (Italy)

  • Cesare Benedetti (Italy)

  • Emmanuel Buchmann (Germany)

  • Patrick Gamper (Austria)

  • Jay Hindley (Australia)

  • Lennard Kamna (Germany)

  • Ben Zwiehoff (Germany)

COFIDIS (France)

  • William Martin (France)

  • David Cimolai (Italy)

  • Simone Consonni (Italy)

  • Wesley Kreder (Netherlands)

  • Anthony Perez (France)

  • Pierre-Luc Perichon (France)

  • Remy Rochas (France)

  • David Villella (Italy)

DRONE HOPPER - ANDRONI GIOCATTOLI (Italy)

  • Natnael Ocbit Tesfatsion (Eritrea)

  • Mattia Bais (Italy)

  • Jefferson Alexander Cepeda Ortiz (Ecuador)

  • Andrii Ponomar (Ukraine)

  • Simone Ravanelli (Italy)

  • Eduardo Sepulveda (Argentina)

  • Filippo Tagliani (Italy)

  • Edoardo Zardini (Italy)

Team Astana's Spanish rider David De la Cruz (2ndL) and Team Movistar's Spanish rider Alejandro Valverde talk as they ride during the first stage of the Giro d'Italia 2022 cycling race, 195 kilometers between Budapest and Visegrad, Hungary, on May 6, 2022 (Photo by Luca Bettini / AFP) (Photo by LUCA BETTINI/AFP via Getty Images)

EF EDUCATION - EASYPOST (United States)

  • Hugh Carthy (UK)

  • Jonathan Klever Caicedo Cepeda (Ecuador)

  • Diego Andres Camargo Pineda (Colombia)

  • Simon Carr (UK)

  • Owain Doull (UK)

  • Merhawi Gebremedhin Kudus (Eritrea)

  • Magnus Cort Nielsen (Denmark)

  • Julius Van den Berg (Netherlands)

EOLO-KOMETA CYCLING TEAM (Italy)

  • Lorenzo Fortunato (Italy)

  • Vincenzo Albanese (Italy)

  • David Bais (Italy)

  • Erik Fetter (Hungary)

  • Francesco Gavazzi (Italy)

  • Mirco Maestri (Italy)

  • Samuel Rivi (Italy)

  • Diego Rosa (Italy)

GROUPAMA - FDJ (France)

  • Arnaud Demare (France)

  • Clement Davy (France)

  • Jacopo Guarnieri (Italy)

  • Ignatas Konovalovas (Lithuania)

  • Tobias Ludvigsson (Sweden)

  • Miles Scotson (Australia)

  • Ramon Sinkeldam (Netherlands)

  • Attila Valter (Hungary)

INEOS GRENADIERS (UK)

  • Richard Carapaz (Ecuador)

  • Jonathan Castroviejo (Spain)

  • Jhonatan Narvaez (Ecuador)

  • Richie Porte (Australia)

  • Salvatore Puccio (Italy)

  • Pavel Sivakov (Italy)

  • Ben Swift (UK)

  • Ben Tulett (UK)

INTERMARCHÉ - WANTY - GOBERT MATÉRIAUX (Belgium)

  • Biniam Girmay Hailu (Eritrea)

  • Aime De Gendt (Belgium)

  • Jan Hirt (Czech Republic)

  • Barnabas Peak (Hungary)

  • Domenico Pozzovivo (Italy)

  • Lorenzo Rota (Italy)

  • Rein Taaramae (Estonia)

  • Loïc Vliegen (Belgium)

ISRAEL - PREMIER TECH (Israel)

  • Jenthe Biermans (Belgium)

  • Mathias Brandle (Austria)

  • Alexander Cataford (Canada)

  • Alessandro De Marchi (Italy)

  • Alex Dowsett (UK)

  • Hollenstein Challenge (Switzerland)

  • Giacomo Nizzolo (Italy)

  • Rick Zabel (Germany)

LOTTO SOUDAL (Belgium)

  • Caleb EwanAustralia

  • Thomas De Gendt (Belgium)

  • Matthew Holmes (UK)

  • Roger Kluge (Germany)

  • Sylvain Moniquet (Belgium)

  • Michael Schwarzmann (Germany)

  • Rudiger Selig (Germany)

  • Harm Vanhoucke (Belgium)

MOVISTAR TEAM (Spain)

  • Alejandro Valverde Belmonte (Spain)

  • Jorge Arcas Pena (Spain)

  • William Barta (USA)

  • Oier Lazkano Lopez (Spain)

  • Antonio Pedro Lopez (Spain)

  • Jose Joaquin Rojas Gil (Spain)

  • Sergio Samitier Samitier (Spain)

  • Ivan Ramiro Sosa Cuervo (Colombia)

QUICK-STEP ALPHA VINYL TEAM (Belgium)

  • Mark Cavendish (UK)

  • David Ballerini (Italy)

  • James Knox (UK)

  • Michael Mørkøv Christensen (Denmark)

  • Mauro Schmid (Switzerland)

  • Pieter Serry (Belgium)

  • Bert Van Lerberghe (Belgium)

  • Mauri Vansevenant (Belgium)

TEAM BIKE EXCHANGE - JAYCO (Australia)

  • Simon Philip Yates (UK)

  • Lawson Craddock (USA)

  • Lucas Hamilton (Australia)

  • Michael Hepburn (Australia)

  • Damian Howson (Australia)

  • Christopher Juul Jensen (Denmark)

  • Callum Scottson (Australia)

  • Matteo Sobrero (Italy)

TEAM DSM (Netherlands)

  • Romain Bardet (France)

  • Thymen Arensmann (Netherlands)

  • Cees Bol (Netherlands)

  • Romain Combaud (France)

  • Alberto Dainese (Italy)

  • Nico Denz (Germany)

  • Chris Hamilton (Australia)

  • Martijn Tusveld (Netherlands)

TEAM JUMBO - VISMA (Netherlands)

  • Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands)

  • Edoardo Affini (Italy)

  • Koen Bouwman (Netherlands)

  • Pascal Eenkhoorn (Netherlands)

  • Tobias Svendsen Foss (Norway)

  • Gijs Leemreize (Netherlands)

  • Sam Oomen (Netherlands)

  • José Van Emden (Netherlands)

Dutch Jumbo team cyclist Tom Dumoulin (2nd L) salutes before the start of the first stage of the 2022 Giro d'Italia cycling race, 195 kilometers between Budapest and Visegrad, Hungary, on May 6, 2022. (Photo by Luca Bettini / AFP) (Photo by LUCA BETTINI/AFP via Getty Images)

TREK - SEGAFREDO (United States)

  • Giulio Ciccone (Italy)

  • Dario Cataldo (Italy)

  • Mattias Skjelmose Jensen (Denmark)

  • Juan Pedro Lopez Perez (Spain)

  • Bauke Mollema (Netherlands)

  • Jacopo Mosca (Italy)

  • Edward Theuns (Belgium)

  • Otto Vergaerde (Belgium)

UAE TEAM EMIRATES (United Arab Emirates)

  • Joao Almeida (Portugal)

  • Alessandro Covi (Italy)

  • Rui Costa (Portugal)

  • David Formol (Italy)

  • Fernando Gaviria (Colombia)

  • Rui Oliveira (Portugal)

  • Maximiliano Richeze (Argentina)

  • Diego Ulissi (Italy)

Latinos in the Giro d'Italia 2022

The 12 Latinos in the competition are marked in bold above.

But, if you missed them, we'll leave them here again:

  • Miguel Angel López Moreno (Colombia)

  • Harold Alfonso Tejada Canacue (Colombia)

  • Santiago Buitrago Sánchez (Colombia)

  • Jefferson Alexander Cepeda Ortiz (Ecuador)

  • Eduardo Sepulveda (Argentina)

  • Jonathan Klever Caicedo Cepeda (Ecuador)

  • Diego Andres Camargo Pineda (Colombia)

  • Richard Carapaz (Ecuador)

  • Jhonatan Narvaez (Ecuador)

  • Ivan Ramiro Sosa Cuervo (Colombia)

  • Fernando Gaviria (Colombia)

  • Maximiliano Richeze (Argentina)

From this list, the official website of the Giro d'Italia mentions that Carapaz (winner of the competition in 2019) and Lopez Moreno are among this year's favorites.

How to watch live?

The 2022 Giro d'Italia will be broadcast on five continents, according to its website.

To check out each traditional or online channel where the competition will be available, you can click here or go to giroditalia.it/en/giro-in-tv.

Here we leave you the chains that will have the Giro d'Italia in the countries of the Latinos in competition:

Argentina:

DirecTV and GCN.

Colombia:

DirecTV, GCN, CaracolTV.

Ecuador:

DirecTV and GCN.

Cycling Giro d'Italia

Source: cnnespanol

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