Paris - Nice 2013

03 Mar - 10 Mar, 2013

Paris - NiceFrance

About The Race

France (Paris-Nice 2012 winner Bradley Wiggins - Getty)

Running from Sunday March 3rd to 10th 2013, the 71th Paris-Nice will be made up of 8 stages and a prologue and will cover a total distance of 1,174 kilometres. The race starts in the French town of Houilles and finishes on the slopes of the Col d'Eze on March 10.

Prologue, Sunday 3rd March: Houilles, individual time-trial (2.9 km)
Stage 1, Monday 4th March: Saint-Germain-en-Laye - Nemours (195 km)
Stage 2, Tuesday 5th March: Vimory - Cérilly (200.5 km)
Stage 3, Wednesday 6th March: Chatel-Guyon - Brioude (171 km)
Stage 4, Thursday 7th March: Brioude - Saint-Vallier (199.5 km)
Stage 5, Friday 8th March: Châteauneuf-du-Pape - Montagne de Lure (176 km)
Stage 6, Saturday 9th March: Manosque - Nice (220 km)


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NewsFri 15 March 2013

Podcast: Paris-Nice & Tirreno wraps

There's rarely a dull moment in the world of professional cycling, and the last week has been hardly short on highlights. Full Story

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NewsMon 11 March 2013

Porte becomes first Australian to win Paris-Nice


Team Sky's Richie Porte became the first Australian champion of Paris-Nice, cementing his hold on the yellow jersey with a dominating ride in the final stage 9.6km time trial to hold off the challenge of Garmin-Sharp's Andrew Talansky. Full Story

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NewsSun 10 March 2013

Porte holds Paris-Nice lead as Chavanel strikes


Australian Richie Porte (Team Sky) defended his overall lead in Paris-Nice with Frenchman Sylvain Chavanel (Omega Pharma-Quick Step) winning Stage 6.
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NewsSat 9 March 2013

Porte attacks on La Montagne de Lure to claim Paris-Nice lead


Australian Richie Porte (Team Sky) attacked on the final kilometre of Stage 5 of Paris-Nice to take an emphatic win on the mountaintop finish on La Montagne de Lure to seize the overall lead. Full Story


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