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Called the ‘Race to the Sun’ because the pro peloton winds its way from cold Northern France to (hopefully) sunny Nice and the Mediterranean, Paris-Nice was first contested back in 1933. Last year’s winner was Geraint Thomas, continuing a long tradition of English speaking rider’s success. Brad Wiggins, Floyd Landis, Bobby Julich, Stephen Roche and Tommy Simpson have all win Paris-Nice. Of course, the king is Sean Kelly. He won the race a record seven times, consecutively from 1981 to 1988.
PELOTON Magazine / Image: James Startt / Video: ASO
Running from Sunday March 5th to 12th 2017, the 75th Paris-Nice will be made up of eight stages and will cover a total distance of 1,233.5 kilometers. Enjoy all the 2017 Paris-Nice Highlights courtesy of the ASO right here. Each stage will be added as soon as it is available.
Highlights From the Entire Week of Racing at Paris-Nice 2017