Paris - Nice 2013

03 Mar - 10 Mar, 2013

Paris - NiceFrance

About The Race

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http://media.sbs.com.au/cyclingcentral/upload_media/8830_wiggins-500-getty.jpg (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.

Stages
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)

News

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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

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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

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

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NewsSat 9 March 2013

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

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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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