Stage 3 results: Break succeeds. Angel Vicioso (Androni) wins the final twisty corner into Rapallo, but stage overshadowed Wouter Weylandt's death

Photos from Stage 3 (but not the crash) & tribute to Wouter Weylandt w/ photos from his biggest winsrcs/sirotti
Stage 3 results
1  Angel Vicioso (Androni)
General classification after Stage 3
1  David Millar (Garmin) 
Wouter Weylandt dies in serious crash during Giro d'Itaila's stage threevelonation
Vicioso victorious in Rapallo; Race overshadowed by Weylandt’s crashcyclingnews
Er is grote ongerustheid over Wouter Weylandt
Weylandt dies in Giro d'Italia mid-race crashcyclingnews
 Last Km (4:00 Flemish, may be restricted) — sporza
Statement from Wouter Weylandt's
Belgian Cyclist Dies After Crash in Giro d’Italianytimes
Tributes pour in for Wouter Weylandtcyclingnews
Crash witness: ‘Weylandt was catapulted across the road’velonews
Giro to continue after Weylandt
David Millar: Weylandt’s crash is ‘the unthinkable’velonews
Zomegnan to respect memory of Weylandt in Albacyclingnews
Rest In Peace Wouter Weylandtjohanbruyneel
Photos from Stage 3 (but not the crash) and a tribute to Wouter Weylandt with photos from his biggest winsrcs/sirotti
Cyclist Wouter Weylandt dies in fall at Giro d'ItaliaAP
Giro doctor describes actions to save
Savio reverses Vicioso’s sad destiny cyclingnews
Wouter Weylandt memorial at crash scene (what happened) — velonews

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May 6 post: Stage 3 returns west finishing in Rapallo on the Italian Riviera just north of The Cinque Terre. In 1999, embattled Frenchman Richard Virenque (Team Polti) won the tricky stage 13 of 82nd Giro d'Italia (report and photo) that finished in Rapallo after four tough mountain passes. This year's stage 3 route misses the big climbs in the northern Apennine Mountains but there are two categorized climbs, a cat 3 and cat 4 in the latter half of the stage which will see some action.

Starting from the flats in Reggio Emilia, the peloton climbs the gradual Passo del Bocco (el. 950m) which has some steep sections near the top that will (temporarily?) split the peloton with 40 km to go in this 173 km stage. There is also a cat 4 inside of 10 km to go from the line, strategically located for launching a winning move and an unclassified hill 4 km from the line. The last km is slightly downhill. This stage sets up for a nervous bunch sprint on narrow, twisty roads. — Steve

Streetview of the Stage 3cyclingthealps
 3D of Passo del Bocco (Cat 3) at km 133 cyclingthealps
 3D of Mad Grazie (Cat 3) at km 164 cyclingthealps