Pure Navarra. Climbs & walls. Diversity of routes and landscapes
Navarra, for the third consecutive year, hosts two events of the Women’s Elite Classics 2021, the classic for professional women in the UCI WOLRD TOUR category.
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A total of 28 national and international teams will take part in two events that include the best cyclists in the world. Among them will be the winner of the last edition Annemiek Van Vleuten (Movistar Team), as well as the second and third classified, Elisa Longo (Trek Segafredo) and María Giulia Confalonieri (WNT-Ceratizit), respectively.
The two races of the Navarra Women’s Elite Classics 2021 will be held on May 13 and 14, Thursday and Friday, respectively, with two stages, with even tougher, more broken routes, but, without a doubt, spectacular and rarely seen in women’s tests.
Thursday, May 13, 2021
Ibaisek (Zudaire) – Lekunberri (128.3 kilometers)
Call: At 3:25 p.m., Departure Neutralized at 15:30
Climbs: Eraul, Lezáun, Arradia, San Cristobal, Guembe, Goñi, Zuarrarate and Muguiro.
Friday, May 14th 2021
- Pamplona – Pamplona (124.8 kilómetros)
Neutralized departure: at 15:15 hours. (Departure and arrival at Avda. Sancho el Fuerte)
Walls: Olaverri, Tiebas, Biurrun, Tirapu, Artajona, Zariquiegui and Galar
Climb: El Perdón
This year, the two women’s cycling classics will jump onto the international television scene and will be broadcast on the Eurosport and Discovery Channel online platforms for the whole world, with commentators in Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Dutch and Japanese.
Likewise, EITB will broadcast it through Streaming, commented in Basque; and Navarra Televisión will broadcast the signal for the Autonomous Community.
The last 60 kilometers of the first stage will be broadcast live -from the port of Guembe-; and the last 70 in the second stage -from the Tiebas wall-. Both are important points for the outcome of the race and where the selection is expected from where the winners will come out.
Finally, on Saturday, May 15, a summary in images will be sent to the main national and international media and the Italian television RAI will broadcast it, live, within its coverage of the Giro d’Italia.
The two stages, in addition, will have current, detailed and instantaneous information through our official social networks and the official website, at the end of the day, will publish the chronicle of each of the two stages as well as the best images of the race.