Giro d’Italia 2023 Stage 11: Preview, how to watch, TV and live stream details, route map and profile for route

Stage 11 of the 2023 Giro d’Italia is the longest stage of this year’s race, a 219km route from Camaiore to Tortona.

Geraint Thomas (Ineos Grenadiers) will wear the leader’s maglia rosa for a second time following the shock withdrawal of Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-Quick Step) after a positive Covid-19 test. The Welshman survived his first day in pink, a wet and chaotic run to Viareggio on Tuesday, and should find life easier on Wednesday.

Thomas leads the GC ahead of Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma) at 2″ and Ineos team-mate Tao Geoghegan Hart at 5″.

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The trio are unlikely to be chasing the win on Stage 11, which features a few climbs but could be one for the sprinters to contest with a long descent into the finish in Tortona. A day for Mark Cavendish (Astana Qazaqstan), perhaps?

How can I watch the Giro d’Italia on TV and live stream?

Every stage will be broadcast in its entirety on Eurosport 1, while you can watch ad-free on discovery+ and

The UK coverage will be bookended by The Breakaway, presented by Orla Chennaoui, who has Dan Lloyd, Adam Blythe and Robbie McEwen for company.

Rob Hatch, Sean Kelly, Lloyd and Blythe will be in the commentary box, with Jens Voigt and Alberto Contador doing their thing on the back of a motorbike.

What time does Stage 11 of the Giro d’Italia start?

Stage 11 coverage will begin at 10:00 UK time on Wednesday, May 17.

Stage 11 profile and route map

Giro d’Italia Stage 11 preview and route map

Giro d’Italia 2023 TV schedule and route details

Stage Date Start / Finish Distance Breakaway on-air time
Stage 1 Sat May 6 Costa dei Trabocchi (Fossacesia Marina) – Ortona 19.6km (ITT) 12:30
Stage 2 Sun May 7 Teramo – San Salvo 201km (Flat) 11:00
Stage 3 Mon May 8 Vasto – Melfi 216km (Medium mountains) 10:30
Stage 4 Tue May 9 Venosa – Lago Laceno 175km (Medium mountains – summit finish) 11:00
Stage 5 Wed May 10 Atripalda – Salerno 171km (Flat) 11:30
Stage 6 Thu May 11 Napoli – Napoli 162km (Flat) 11:30
Stage 7 Fri May 12 Capua – Gran Sasso d’Italia (Campo Imperatore) 218km (High mountains – summit finish) 10:00
Stage 8 Sat May 13 Terni – Fossombrone 207km (Medium mountains) 10:30
Stage 9 Sun May 14 Savignano sul Rubicone – Cesena (Technogym Village) 35km (ITT) 12:00
Rest day Mon May 15
Stage 10 Tue May 16 Scandiano – Viareggio 196km (Flat) 11:00
Stage 11 Wed May 17 Camaiore – Tortona 219km (Flat) 10:00
Stage 12 Thu May 18 Bra – Rivoli 179km (Medium mountains) 11:00
Stage 13 Fri May 19 Borgofranco d’Ivrea – Crans Montana 207km (High mountains – summit finish) 09:30
Stage 14 Sat May 20 Sierre – Cassano Magnago 193km (Medium mountains) 10:30
Stage 15 Sun May 21 Seregno – Bergamo 195km (High mountains) 10:30
Rest day Mon May 22
Stage 16 Tue May 23 Sabbio Chiese – Monte Bondone 203km (High mountains – summit finish) 09:30
Stage 17 Wed May 24 Pergine Valsugana – Caorle 195km (Flat) 11:30
Stage 18 Thu May 25 Oderzo – Val di Zoldo 161km (Medium mountains) 11:00
Stage 19 Fri May 26 Longarone – Tre Cime di Lavaredo (Rif. Auronzo) 183km (High mountains – summit finish) 10:00
Stage 20 Sat May 27 Tarvisio – Monte Lussari 18.6km (ITT – summit finish) 10:15
Stage 21 Sun May 28 Roma – Roma 135km (Flat) 14:00

Giro d’Italia 2023 route map

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Stream the 2023 cycling season live and on-demand on discovery+ , the Eurosport app and

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