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Can Bettini snag a home town win?
The race is back along the coast, this time the Tyrrhenian Sea, for another tailor-made day for the sprinters.
The Giro last visited San Vincenzo, near the hometown of world champion Paolo Bettini, 37 years ago, when Felice Gimondi took the stage.