- Sportarena Lienzer Dolomiten

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    Following the last outing in 2016, the 6th edition of the SuperGiroDolomiti will include the spectacular Monte Zoncolan stage, the most challenging climb in the Giro d`Italia.

    The change in route is due to the effects of a storm last October that badly damaged the road via the Lanzenpass from Paularo to Pontebba. The organising committee decided the change was necessary as it was unable to secure the required guarantee that the original stage would be fully restored by 9 June 2019. The new stage ensures that participants will continue to compete on excellent asphalt surface with optimal barriers in the Italian section of the route.


    All the preparations have been made to ensure a smooth race. The short section in the Lesachtal valley affected by severe weather has been bridged by a bypass road. This extends the route by about 2 km. The local authorities will again provide excellent monitoring measures and barriers. Several traditional bands will entertain race participants at various points along the route in the Lienz Dolomites and the local villagers will enthusiastically cheer on the cyclists on 9 June.


    See the track and the altidude profile.


    SuperGirodolomiti 2019 is all about cross-border cooperation and friendship. Each SuperGiroDolomiti finisher will receive a special SuperGirodolomiti jersey on 9 June, designed by a primary school class in Paularo/Friuli. The motif created by the children will inspire race participants. The high-quality jersey is a limited edition. Participants are therefore recommended to register early at


    We provide all Dolomitenlauf participants with transportation to the Worldloppet race (Marcialonga in Cavalese).


    Fotos und Bericht zum 45. Dolomitenlauf 20.1.2019

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    Fotos und Bericht zum Dolomiten Classicrace 19.1.2019

    (c) Expa Pictures



    Fotos und Bericht zum Dolomitensprint 18.1.2019

    (c) Expa Pictures


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