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The Società Ciclistica Valdostana, on the occasion of the presentation "Valle d'Aosta Regione Europea dello Sport 2023", has unveiled what will be the venues of the stage of the 59° Giro Ciclistico Internazionale della Valle d'Aosta - Mont Blanc for Under 23 riders. Five stages, all in the territory of the Aosta Valley, which combine unusual and evocative arrivals with others now become great classics of the race. The debut will be Wednesday, July 12 with the stage Arvier - Arvier, with departure and arrival in the birthplace of Maurice Garin, the petit ramoneur winner in 1903 of the first Tour de France. The next day, Thursday, July 13, will be the turn of the village that will start from Courmayeur and will end, always in the town of Courmayeur, in the spectacular scenery of Pré de Pascal, in front of the majestic Mont Blanc. Friday, July 14, instead, will take place the stage starting from Saint Vincent and arriving uphill to Bionaz, on the imposing dam of Place Moulin. Arrival again uphill on Saturday 15 July with the Verrayes - Fénis and finish at Clavalité. Conclusion, finally, Sunday, July 16 with the now traditional stage Valtournenche - Breuil Cervinia to sanction the hierarchies ending.

«Just in the year in which the Aosta Valley plays the prestigious role of the European Region of Sport, our race proposes five stages all scheduled on the territory of the Aosta Valley.» - said the president of the Società Ciclistica Valdostana Riccardo Moret - «Nevertheless, our international vocation is certainly not lacking and the synergies with France, Switzerland and neighbouring Piedmont are already certain for the next editions. However, we would like to underline that this result has been achieved thanks to the great support and enthusiasm of the Municipalities and the Region of Valle d'Aosta, as a testimony to the deep sports and tourism vocation of our entire territory.»

12/07/2023ARVIER  >  ARVIER
13/07/2023COURMAYEUR  >  COURMAYEUR (Pré de Pascal)
14/07/2023SAINT-VINCENT  >  BIONAZ (Place Moulin)
15/07/2023VERRAYES  >  FÉNIS (Clavalité)

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