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Vincenzo Nibali got the glory with a win in the Giro's stage 20, but his teammate, Michele Scarponi might be the day's MVP.
This year's Giro offers a balanced route, an outright favorite in Nibali, and a host of sprinters, such as Greipel, Kittel, and Ewan.
The year's first grand tour kicks off May 6, and three riders stand above the rest of the field as favorites to win the overall.
Simon Yates risks missing the Olympics due to a failed anti-doping test that demonstrates how the TUE system is broken.
Movistar usually relies on early season stage race results to buoy its WorldTour standings, but things are pretty different in 2016.