Giro d’Italia hit by multiple withdrawals due to rain, COVID, but the 1914 edition saw just eight finishers

By anyone’s measure, this year’s Giro d’Italia has been an incredibly attritional race.

As of the final rest day of this year’s 3,489-kilometre slog around a sodden Italy, 44 of the 176 starters had withdrawn from the race.

Freezing temperatures, relentless rain and an untimely COVID-19 outbreak have all contributed…

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