2015 Milan-San Remo LIVE
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John Degenkolb (Giant-Alpecin) wins the 2015 Milan-San Remo. "The whole team were great today in keeping me out of the wind and making it as easy as possible," said Degenkolb.
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2015 Milan-San Remo: "Out of the Fog - John Degenkolb (Giant Alpecin), Michael Matthews (Orica GreenEdge), Alexander Kristoff (Katusha)" by Greig Leach. More Milan-San Remo Art. More The Art of Cycling -
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Notes: (latest notes always appear at the top)
- The Guardian's coverage of Degenkolb's win here.
- MSR race director Mauro Vegni says the race will remain as is for now, with the classic finish on the Via Roma, reports CN.
- Five things we learned from Milan-San Remo (Cycling Weekly)
- UCI officials and Italian police carried out surprise bike checks at the race finish, looking for hidden motors, reports Cyclingnews.
- CyclingNews story on John Degenkolb's victory here.
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- Following his win, Degenkolb said "I still can't believe it. Today was amazing. It was really fast on the Poggio and I had to dig in and suffer there but my shape was good."
- John Degenkolb (Giant-Alpecin) won the 2015 Milan-San Remo in a sprint finish ahead of 2014 winner Alexander Kristoff and Michael Matthews. Peter Sagan was just off the podium in 4th place.
- LIVE video here. (Dutch, Sporza, Belgium) - LIVE video here. (French, RTBF, Belgium) LIVE video here. (Italian, Rai, Italy) LIVE video here. (Spanish, TDP, Spain) - LIVE video here. (English, BeIN Sports)
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- This page will be updated throughout the race.
- Official Start List here.
- Map, time schedule and more info here.
- Photos: Cyclingnews has a gallery for Peter Sagan's custom Specialized Verge bike here.
- Mark Cavendish is playing down his chances to win due to a stomach virus that has disrupted his training, reports CN.
- Defending champion Alexander Kristoff is confident ahead of Sunday's race but also points to early season success of riders like Cav, Sagan and Matthews. More here.
- Etixx-Quickstep have options with Cav, Stybar and Kwiatkowski, reports CN.
- BMC's Philippe Gilbert and Greg Van Avermaet are both targeting MSR but believe they can work together, reports Cycling News here.
- The BBC looks at some of the favorites this year, including Mark Cavendish, Alexander Kristoff, Andre Greipel, Fabian Cancellara, and Peter Sagan. More here.
- With two former winners of Milan-San Remo on its squad (Matt Goss (2011) and Gerald Ciolek (2013)), MTN-Qhubeka is also bringing Edvald Boasson Hagen and hopes to be in the mix Sunday. More at Velonews.
- "It all depends on what happens on the Poggio," says Peter Sagan in an exclusive interview with Cycling News here.
- Preview: Cyclingnews previews the season's first "monument" here. Mark Cavendish said that MSR "is the easiest race to finish, but the hardest to win." The last time the race finished on the Via Roma, Oscar Freire was the winner.
- Cyclingnews' "10 ways to win Milan-San Remo" here.
- Sky's Ben Swift has been dreaming of glory at MSR all winter long, reports Velonews here.
- Tinkoff-Saxo's Peter Sagan will ride MSR on a bike, a Specialized Venge, featuring a "fractal camouflage look," reports SBS (photos included) here.
- Preview: Velonews: "Milano-Sanremo turns back the clock" here.
- Preview: Cycling Weekly previews the 2015 Milan-Sanremo here.
- Cycling Weekly's Mark Cavendish's Guide to Milan-San Remo here.
- Greg LeMond has predicted a sprint finish, reports The Telegraph.
- Michael Matthews looks to 3-time winner Oscar Freire for advice, reports SBS.
- Cycling Weekly asks "Is this the best ever British line-up for Milan-San Remo"? More here.
- Orica-GreenEDGE backing Michael Matthews, reports SBS. The team is also bringing Simon Clarke, Luke Durbridge, Matthew Hayman, Michael Hepburn, Daryl Impey, Jens Mouris and Simon Yates.
- Etixx-Quickstep is sending a strong team to support Mark Cavendish, with Strade Bianche winner Zdenek Stybar and World Champion Michal Kwiatkowski lining up, reports Cyclingnews.
- Cavendish won in 2009, so will be looking for his second win at "La Primavera," reports CN.
- Mark Cavendish says race finish on the Via Roma is the Milan-San Remo finish he dreamt of as a kid, reports Cycling Weekly here.
- Cyclingnews also has a report on Kwiatkowski's M-SR reconnaissance here.
- Following Paris-Nice, Michal Kwiatkowski (Etixx-Quickstep) went to Italy to recon 70km of the route for Milan-San Remo, reports SBS.
- Vincenzo Nibali is having doubts about Milan-San Remo, reports Cyclingnews.
- Mark Cavendish (Etixx-Quickstep), who won Milano-Sanremo in 2009, did M-SR route reconnaissance with his teammates in February, reports Cycling Weekly here.
- In addition to Eurosport, Sporza (Dutch) and RTBF (French) of Belgium will be broadcasting Milan-San Remo live on television, as will Italy's Rai Sport 2 and Australia's SBS, among others.
- Milan-San Remo will once again be broadcast live on Eurosport TV and online.
- Sacha Modolo (Lampre-Merida) is using racing in Argentina to prepare for his big early season objective, Milan-San Remo. More here.
- M-SR will be Philippe Gilbert's (BMC Racing) first big target of the 2015 season, reports CN.
- The 2015 Milan-San Remo will be held Sunday, March 22.
- Sunday's (March 22, 2015) Milan-San Remo departs Milan at 10:10am CET (5:10am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at SanRemo at around 5:09pm CET (12:09pm U.S. Eastern). Milan-San Remo live streaming video may get underway at around 2:15pm CET (9:15am U.S. Eastern).
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- Welcome to our live coverage guide for the 2015 Milano-Sanremo (La Classicissima).
Race starts at 10:10am CET
Finish at around 5:09pm CET
Live video from 2:15pm CET
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Milan-San Remo Photos
2014 Alexander Kristoff
2013 Gerald Ciolek
2012 Simon Gerrans
2011 Matthew Goss
2010 Oscar Freire
2009 Mark Cavendish
2008 Fabian Cancellara
2007 Oscar Freire
2006 Filippo Pozzato
2005 Alessandro Petacchi
2004 Oscar Freire
2003 Paolo Bettini
2002 Mario Cipollini
2001 Erik Zabel
2000 Erik Zabel
1999 Andrei Tchmil
1998 Erik Zabel
1997 Erik Zabel
1996 Gabriele Colombo
1995 Laurent Jalabert
1994 Giorgio Furlan
1993 Maurizio Fondriest
1992 Sean Kelly
1991 Claudio Chiappucci
1990 Gianni Bugno
1989 Laurent Fignon
1988 Laurent Fignon
1987 Erich Maechler
1986 Sean Kelly
1985 Hennie Kuiper
1984 Francesco Moser