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However, the cyclist who wears the pink leader’s jersey receives 2,000 euros for each day that he has it in his possession.
The wearers of the leader’s shirts in the other classifications (the Maglia Azzurra for the mountains, the Ciclamino for the points classification and the white one for the best youngster) receive 750 euros for each day they wear it.
As for the classification by points, the one who adds the most for each stage receives 700 euros and the winner of that modality will take 10,000 euros. The second will have 8,000 and the third, 6,000.
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For its part, whoever finishes first in the mountain classification will win 5,000 euros. The organization also delivers 700 euros to the cyclist who scores the most points in each fraction.
The best young person in the race, in a classification in which only runners aged 25 or younger are taken into account, will win 10,000 euros.