At the 2003 Giro, 34 riders were time cut on one rainy day in the mountains—including points competition leader Alessandro Petacchi, whose lead was so massive that just making to Milan would have guaranteed him the title.

All told, 27% of the field failed to make it to the next day, leaving a slim, 97-rider peloton to contest the final 3 stages.

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