Porte ruins French hopes with second Paris-Nice win

The conditions were different, the competition as fierce, but Richie Porte remained the king of Col d'Eze, two years after becoming the first Australian to win Paris-Nice. Gusty winds and rainy spells were not enough to stop the Team Sky leader dominating the final 9.6-km time trial on the classic pass overlooking Nice in 20 minutes and 23 seconds, 1:07 slower than in 2013. Tony Gallopin's advantage of 36 seconds at the start was finally too slim for the yellow jersey holder to retain his...

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Paris-Nice 2015 - 15/03/2015 - Etape 7 - Nice - Col d'Eze - 9,6 Km - France - Richie PORTE, Michal Kwiatkowski, et Simon SPILAK heureux sur le protocole © ASO/G.Demouveaux

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Paris-Nice 2015

Running from Sunday March 8th to 15th 2015, the 73th Paris-Nice will be made up of 1 prologue and 7 stages and will cover a total distance of 1,145 kilometres.

The city stages

  • Maurepas
  • Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse
  • Contres
  • ZooParc de Beauval - Saint-Aignan
  • Saint-Amand-Montrond
  • Saint-Pourçain-sur-Sioule
  • Varennes-sur-Allier
  • Croix de Chaubouret
  • Saint-Étienne
  • Rasteau
  • Vence
  • Nice
  • Col d’Èze

Jersey wearers after the stage 7

Classifications after the stage 7

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