Tweet the #giroditalia


I’ve been keeping a loose eye on this years 95th Giro d’Italia Europe’s first big multiple stage race after the Spring classics. This major pro cycling event started May 5th in the Danish city of Herning and will end in Milan, Italy on May 27th.

For android and iPhone users there is a 2012 app to keep track of statistics and GC placement.

If your Italian is good you can get live giro coverage:


This is the one feed (I found) that streams on an iPhone (no flash) but the coverage is in Italian.

More options are listed:

Other sites for coverage:

And Italy’s sports paper:

For more personal coverage of the race, try using twitter.

Search with the hashtags: #giro and #giroditalia.

Most of the pro teams have twitter feeds.

Here are the more active ones:

BMC: @BMCProTeam
Team Sky: @teamsky
Orica GreenEdge: @Orica_GreenEDGE
Garmin-Baraccuda: @Ride_Argyle

There are a lot of individual racers with twitter accounts:

Mark Cavendish: @markcavendish
Taylor Phinney: @taylorphinney
Marco Bandiera @BandieraMarco
Ramunas Navardauskas: @ramunas88

And where is last Year’s Tour de France winner Cadel Evans (@cadeloffical) during the Giro? Preparing for this years Tour by training in the mountains.

From the Herald Sun, Australia:

Evans and BMC teammate Steve Morabito have spent the past few days riding the final climb of the Tour de France’s eighth stage, a 154km mountain stage that crosses into Switzerland, with special focus on the Col de la Croix.

Read more: here.

In the time it took me to write this post:
Mark Cavendish wins stage 5. Shown here with his daughter Delilah, who doesn’t have a twitter feed yet, but her Mom does, model, Peta Todd (@petatodd)


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