Tirreno-Adriatico starts on Wednesday, March 7, and finishes on Tuesday, March 13.

The seven-day, WorldTour-level event is the first major Italian stage race of the 2012 season and is used by many riders as a warm-up for the one-day classic, Milan-San Remo on March 17, as well as being a prestigious race in its own right.

Cycling Weekly will be bringing you stage reports, interviews, results and photos from every stage of this year’s Tirreno-Adriatico.

For a more in-depth look at the 2012 Tirreno-Adriatico route, a list of teams, past winners, TV guide and more take a look at our Tirreno-Adriatico Big Preview.

Tirreno-Adriatico 2012: Stages

Stage Date From To km Report
Stage one Wednesday March 7

San Vincenzo Donoratico 16.9km TTT >>>>


Stage two Thursday March 8 San Vincenzo Indicatore 230km

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Stage three Friday March 9

Indicatore Terni

178km >>>>


Stage four Saturday March 10

Amelia Chieti

252km

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Stage five Sunday March 11

Martinsicuro Prati di Tivo 196km

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Stage six Monday March 12

Offida Offida 181km

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Stage seven Tuesday March 13 S. Benedetto del Tronto S. Benedetto del Tronto 9.3km ITT >>>>


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Tirreno-Adriatico 2012: Stage reports



Stage seven: Nibali wins Tirreno overall; Cancellara takes final TT



Stage six: Rodriguez wins stage, Nibali gains GC bonus



Stage five: Nibali wins mountain-top stage



Stage four: Sagan rockets ahead, Horner grabs lead



Stage three: Boasson Hagen takes Sky’s second win


Stage two: Cavendish wins opening road stage



Stage one: GreenEdge take Tirreno-Adriatico opening team time trial

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