It will be on the 18th of March that the peloton will tackle the longest race in professional road cycling: Milano-Sanremo. This, the first monument of the season, is an incredibly important classic where the sprinters, puncheurs and classics specialists gather on the roads of the Ligurian coast in Italy to battle for a very prestigious victory. Here's where and when to watch it.
You will be able to follow the race within the traditional channels, online via the GCN+, Discovery+, DAZN and Eurosport Player subscriptions. This also includes Eurosport on TV as well as the Italian Rai channel.
PREVIEW | Milano-Sanremo 2023 - Pogacar, van Aert, van der Poel and Alaphilippe headline expected epic battle at Poggio
Profile & Route Milano-Sanremo 2023
Estimated start and finish times for Milano-Sanremo: 10:10 - 17:10CET.
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