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2021 Paris-Nice 2021 Route: schedule dates, TV stream info

Paris-Nice 2021 Route: All stages schedule dates, Distance, watch live stream. 



With plenty on offer for sprinters, climbers, time trialists and attacking improvisers, Paris-Nice 2021 represents a tantalising prospect. Will Max Schachmann repeat his win from 2020 in an edition cut short by coronavirus, or can debutant Primoz Roglic set down a big marker for the rest of the year by seizing an early yellow jersey for his trophy case. Sam Bennett heads up the sprinting talent.



Paris-Nice 2021, Route, stages, schedule dates, Distance, watch live stream, pdf print, download.



Max Schachmann is the defending champions of PARIS-NICE 2020...



How to watch 2021 Paris-Nice Online Live Steaming on TV/Channel.


 Paris-Nice will be live on Eurosport. Watch the race live and ad-free on the Eurosport app and eurosport.co.uk. You can download the Eurosport app for iOS and Android now.


What is Paris-Nice 2021 Route: All 14 stages schedule dates, Distance, Pdf download.


The iconic early-season stage race Paris-Nice will commence on 7 March this year and run until the 14th. Whether the 2021 edition will make it all the way to the end is made somewhat uncertain by the potential for a strict lockdown being introduced in the Alpes-Maritimes department of France, in which Nice is located.




Download the Paris-Nice 2021 route, all stages PDF Print.




March 7, Stage 1 (166km):   Two laps of a long, lumpy circuit. It’s anybody’s guess whether a break will get away and nick the first yellow jersey of the race.


March 8, Stage 2 (188km):   Much easier to predict with a likely bunch sprint.


March 9, Stage 3 (14km ITT):   An ITT liable to be won by Roglič.


March 10, Stage 4 (188km):   The race hits the mountains with a summit finish at Chiroubles. If Roglič is not already in yellow after the TT, expect him to try and take it here.


March 11, Stage 5 (203km):    The last chance for sprinters, A Massiv 203 pan-flat kilometres through Isere, Ardeche and Drome before finishing in Bollène.


March 12, Stage 6 (203km):   A visit to the hills.


March 13, Stage 7 (167km):   The Queen stage. Ends with the final mountain in Valdeblore La Colmiane, a category 1 ascent measuring 16.3km at 6.3%.



March 14, Stage 8 (111km):    the PARIS_NICE race’s last day, is the traditional smash around the hills surrounding Nice. The race lead may yet be up-for-grabs at this point, with the last stage of Paris-Nice frequently providing plenty of fireworks.






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