Giro d’Italia 2022: teams, numbers, participating runners and favorites

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Giro de Italia 2022: equipos, dorsales, corredores participantes y favoritos

The Grand Tours are back, the Giro d’Italia is back. From May 6 to 29, many of the biggest names in the squad will seek to wear the desired Pink Maglia. It won’t be easy. Teams like the UAE or Ineos bet heavily on the Italian round, how could it be otherwise. Compensated formations and, above all, stars that oppose everything. Richard Carapaz, Joao Almeida, Simon Yates… Many candidates and only one winner. Below is all the information about the Corsican Pink as participants and favorites. On As.com, on the other hand, extensive coverage of the race will be offered, with direct from all stages, their respective chronicles from Italythe statements of the protagonists and the best images.

Teams, numbers and participants

Ineos Grenadiers

1. Richard Carapaz (ECU)

2. Jonathan Castroviejo (ESP)

3. Jhonatan Narvaez (ECU)

4. Richie Porte (AUS)

5. Salvatore Puccio (ITA)

6. Pavel Sivakov (FRA)

7. Ben Swift (GBR)

8. Ben Tullett (GBR)

Sporting directors: Matteo Tosatto (ITA) and Oliver Cookson (GBR)

AG2R Citroen

11. Andrea Vendrame (ITA)

12. Lilian Calmejane (FRA)

13. Mikael Cherel (FRA)

14. Felix Gall (AUT)

15. Jaakko Hänninen (END)

16.Lawrence Naesen (BEL)

17.Nans Peters (FRA)

18. Nicolas Prodhomme (FRA)

Sports directors: Daniel Didier (FRA) and Arturas Kasputis (LTU)

Alpecin-Fenix

21. Mathieu Van der Poel (NED)

22. Tobias Bayer (AUT)

23. Dries de Bondt (BEL)

24. Alexander Krieger (ALE)

25. Senne Leysen (BEL)

26. Jakub Mareczko (ITA)

27. Stefano Oldani (ITA)

28. Oscar Riesebeek (NED)

Sporting directors: Christophe Roodhooft (BEL) and Bart Leysen (BEL)

Astana-Qazaqstan

31. Vincenzo Nibali (ITA)

32. Valerio Conti (ITA)

33. David de la Cruz (ESP)

34. Joe Dombrowski (USA)

35. Fabio Felline (ITA)

36. Miguel Angel Lopez (COL)

37. Vadim Pronsky (KAZ)

38. Harold Tejada (COL)

Sporting directors: Alexandr Shefer (KAZ) and Mario Manzoni (ITA)

Bahrain-Victorious

41. Mikel Landa (ESP)

42. Phil Bauhaus (ALE)

43. Pello Bilbao (ESP)

44. Santiago Buitrago (COL)

45. Domen Novak (SLO)

46. ​​Wout Poels (NED)

47. Jasha Sutterlin (ALE)

48. Jan Tratnik (SLO)

Sporting directors: Gorazd Stangelj (SLO) and Alberto Volpi (ITA)

Bardiani-CSF

51. Filippo Zana (ITA)

52. Luca Covili (ITA)

53. Filippo Fiorelli (ITA)

54. Davide Gabburo (ITA)

55. Sacha Modolo (ITA)

56. Luca Rastelli (ITA)

57. Alessandro Tonelli (ITA)

58. Samuele Zoccarato (ITA)

Sports directors: Roberto Reverberi (ITA) and Alessandro Donati (ITA)

Bora Hansgrohe

61. Wilco Kelderman (NED)

62. Giovanni Aleotti (ITA)

63. Cesare Benedetti (ITA)

64. Emanuel Buchmann (ALE)

65. Patrick Gamper (AUT)

66. Jay Hindley (AUS)

67. Lennard Kamna (ALE)

68. Ben Zwiehoff (GER)

Sporting directors: Enrico Gasparotto (SUI) and Jean-Pierre Heynderickx (BEL)

Cofidis

71. Guillaume Martin (FRA)

72. Davide Cimolai (ITA)

73. Simone Consonni (ITA)

74. Wesley Kreder (N.E.D.)

75.Anthony Perez (FRA)

76. Pierre-Luc Perichon (FRA)

77. Remy Rochas (FRA)

78. Davide Villella (ITA)

Sports directors: Roberto Damiani (ITA) and Gorka Gerrikagoitia (ESP)

Drone Hopper – Androni Giocattoli

81. Natnael Tesfazion (ERI)

82. Mattia Bais (ITA)

83. Jefferson Cepeda (ECU)

84. Andrii Ponomar (UCR)

85. Simone Ravanelli (ITA)

86. Eduardo Sepulveda (ARG)

87. Filippo Tagliani (ITA)

88. Edoardo Zardini (ITA)

Sporting directors: Giovanni Ellena (ITA) and Alessandro Spezialetti (ITA)

EF Education – Easypost

91. Hugh Carthy (GBR)

92. Jonathan Caicedo (ECU)

93. Diego Camargo (COL)

94. Simon Carr (GBR)

95. Magnus Cort Nielsen (DIN)

96. Owain Doull (GBR)

97. Merhawi Kudus (ERI)

98. Julius Van den Berg (NED)

Sports directors: Juanma Gárate (ESP) and Matti Breschel (DIN)

Aeolus-Kometa

101. Lorenzo Fortunato (ITA)

102. Vincenzo Albanese (ITA)

103. Davide Bais (ITA)

104. Erik Fetter (HUN)

105. Francesco Gavazzi (ITA)

106. Mirco Maestri (ITA)

107. Samuele Rivi (ITA)

109. Diego Rosa (ITA)

Sports directors: Stefano Zanatta (ITA) and Jesús Hernández (ESP)7

*The number 108 was retired in memory of Belgian Wouter Weylandt, who died during a stage in the 2011 Giro d’Italia.

Groupama-FDJ

111. Arnau Démare (FRA)

112. Clement Davy (FRA)

113. Jacopo Guarnieri (ITA)

114. Ignatas Konovalovas (LIT)

115. Tobias Ludvigsson (SUE)

116. Miles Scotson (AUS)

117. Ramon Sinkeldam (NED)

118. Attila Valter (HUN)

Sporting directors: Sebastien Joly (FRA) and Jussi Veikkanen (FIN)

Intermarche Wanty-Gobert

121. Biniam Girmay (ERI)

122. Aime De Gendt (BEL)

123. Jan Hirt (RCH)

124. Barnabas Peak (HUN)

125. Domenico Pozzovivo (ITA)

126. Lorenzo Rota (ITA)

127. Rein Taaramae (EST)

128. Loïc Vliegen (BEL)

Sporting directors: Valerio Piva (ITA) and Steven De Neef (BEL)

Israel Premier-Tech

131. Giacomo Nizzolo (ITA)

132. Jenthe Biermans (BEL)

133. Matthias Brandle (AUT)

134. Alexander Cataford (CAN)

135. Alessandro de Marchi (ITA)

136. Alex Dowsett (GBR)

137. Hollenstein Challenge (SUI)

138. Rick Zabel

Sports directors: Óscar Guerrero (ESP) and Claudio Cozzi (ITA)

Jumbo-Visma

141. Tom Dumoulin (NED)

142. Edoardo Affini (ITA)

143. Koen Bouwman (NED)

144. Pascal Eenkhoorn (NED)

145. Tobias Foss (NOR)

146. Gijs Leemreize (NED)

147. Sam Oomen (NED)

148. Jose Van Emden (NED)

Sporting directors: Addy Engels (NED) and Marc Reef (NED)

Lotto Soudal

151. Caleb Ewan (AU)

152. Thomas De Gendt (BEL)

153.Matthew Holmes (AUS)

154. Roger Kluge (ALE)

155. Sylvain Moniquet (BEL)

156. Michael Schwarzmann (GER)

157. Rudiger Selig (ALE)

158. Harm Vanhoucke (BEL)

Sporting directors: Allan Davis (AUS) and Marc Wauters (BEL)

Movistar

161. Alejandro Valverde (ESP)

162. Jorge Arcas (ESP)

163. Will Barta (USA)

164. Oier Lazkano (ESP)

165. Antonio Pedrero (ESP)

166. Jose Joaquin Rojas (ESP)

167. Sergio Samitier (ESP)

168. Ivan Ramiro Sosa (COL)

Sports directors: Max Sciandri (GBR) and Iván Velasco (ESP)

Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl

171. Mark Cavendish (GBR)

172. Davide Ballerini (ITA)

173. James Knox (GBR)

174. Michael Morkov (DIN)

175. Mauro Schmid (SUI)

176. Pieter Serry (BEL)

177. Bert Van Lerberghe (BEL)

178. Mauri Vansevenant (BEL)

sports directors. Davide Bramati (ITA) and Geert Van Bondt (BEL)

BikeExchange-Jayco

181. Simon Yates (GBR)

182. Lawson Craddock (USA)

183. Lucas Hamilton (AUS)

184. Michael Hepburn (AU)

185. Damien Howson (AUS)

186. Chris Juul-Jensen (DIN)

187. Callum Scotson (AUS)

188. Matteo Sobrero (ITA)

Sporting Directors: Matthew White (AUS) and Gene Bates (AUS)

DSM

191. Romain Bardet (FRA)

192. Thymen Arensman (NED)

193. Cees Bol (NED)

194. Romain Combaud (FRA)

195. Alberto Dainese (ITA)

196. Nico Denz (GER)

197. Chris Hamilton (AUS)

198. Martijn Tusveld (NED)

Sporting directors: Matthew Winston (GBR) and Marcel Sieberg (ALE)

Trek-Segafredo

201. Giulio Ciccone (ITA)

202. Dario Cataldo (ITA)

203. Mattias Skjelmose Jensen (DIN)

204. Juanpe Lopez (ESP)

205. Bauke Mollema (NED)

206. Jacopo Mosca (ITA)

207. Edward Theuns (BEL)

208. Otto Vergaerde (BEL)

Sporting directors: Gregory Rast (SUI) and Adriano Baffi (ITA)

UAE Emirates

211. Joao Almeida (BY)

212. Rui Oliveira (BY)

213. Rui Costa (BY)

214. Alessandro Covi (ITA)

215. Davide Formolo (ITA)

216. Fernando Gaviria (COL)

217. Maxi Richeza (ARG)

218. Diego Ulissi (ITA)

sports directors. Fabio Baldato (ITA) and Marco Marcato (ITA)

favorites

The Maglia Rosa awaits owner. Wide range of candidates, but with several names that stand out above the rest. Among them, the winner of the 2019 edition, Richard Carapazwho wants to transfer his triumph from Movistar to Ineos, supported by Porte, Castroviejo or Sivakov. Joao Almeida, at the head of the UAE, and also with a very good team at his disposal (Formolo, Rui Costa and Diego Ulissi or Covi), he will seek to avoid it. As a yesimon Yachts que, third in 2021 and at the head of Team BikeExchange, he opts for everything.

Miguel Angel Lopez (Astana), Romain Bardet (DSM), Tom Dumoulin (Jumbo), despite not being at his best, Wilco Kelderman (Bora-Hansgrohe), Guillaume Martin (Cofidis) or Hugh Carthy (EF) could be names, in another step, to consider. As well as the Spanish representation. In the Italian round, for hope, it is expected Alejandro Valverde (Movistar Team)looking for a big farewell after his third place in 2016, Pello Bilbao or Mikel Landa (Bahrain).

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