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Tour de France 2014
France  /  5 July - 27 July
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Vincenzo Nibali ITA
Peter Sagan SVK
Rafal Majka POL
Thibaut Pinot FRA

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Stage 20 > Bergerac - Périgueux
26 July / 54.00 kilometer
Start time:10:51h
Stage type:Individual Time Trial

Description | Preview
Preview
The whole stage seemed to be going in favour of the sprinters today. The early group of adventurers was way too small and Cannondale and Giant-Shimano had their breakaway killers leading the peloton. Predictable…. Boring… No! Garmin had other plans for today. Their whole strategy worked out exacltly as they had planned by having a rider (TJ Slagter) in the breakaway and by being in the front of the peloton with the rest of the team at that 4th category climb near the end. Langeveld or Navardauskas were to attack there and it eventually was the Lithuanian that managed to free himself from the pack and stay away from the hungry peloton. After the deception of Talansky dropping out of the Tour, Navardauskas saved the Tour for Garmin.


Combination Classification
Standings after ride Ride 18
1 Arthur1 152
2 Black Cat 251
3 Robintxausti 273
4 Covadongu 326
5 Petervdv 331

6 Maurice De Gier 346
7 Luc Nilis 348
8 Lucien Kraamwinkel 353
9 Chefspijker 355
10 Niels H. 404

Main Competition
Results Ride 19
1 Demarrage 326
2 Niek Prins 319
3 Esther Blij 301
4 André Plakke 294
5 Platte Band 291
Standings after ride 19
1 Jasperk 4987
2 Chippo 4930
3 Jesse Wiechers 4895
4 Qqqwwweee 4846
5 Covadongu 4832

Stage Competition
Results Ride 19
1 Postbac 1009
1 Bellies 1009
1 Pino 1009
1 Jh 1009
1 Morugas 1009
Standings after ride 19
1 Arthur1 13726
2 Marco H. 13571
3 Il Campionissimo 13247
4 Haanties 13242
5 Bauke Gerrets 13225

Points Competition
Results Ride 19
1 Haantje De Laatste 56
2 Ploegleider 10563 52
2 Jean-pierre Fournier 52
4 Wouterfloor 50
5 Mischa 49
Standings after ride 19
1 Marcel Backx 1145
2 Kevin Burke 1130
3 Harald Mulder 1128
4 Maurice Garin 1121
5 Ed Breukinknie 1113

Budget Game
Results Ride 18
1 * RoMi 349
2 * Adjes klimteam 345
3 * Maartenklimt 318
4 * Lapre 316
5 * Jeltire 296
Standings after ride 18
1 * kweetal 4264
2 * WDZ 4178
3 * Annie voor Bob 4067
4 * TheoWielen 4027
5 * SA9 4002

25 July / 208.50 kilometer
Start time:12:25h
Stagewinner: NAVARDAUSKAS Ramunas
Winning time:04:43:41
Race leader: NIBALI Vincenzo

Description | Preview | Result
Stage results
1. NAVARDAUSKAS Ramunas GRS 04:43:41
2. DEGENKOLB John GIA 00:00:07
3. KRISTOFF Alexander KAT 00:00:07
4. RENSHAW Mark OPQ 00:00:07
5. BENNATI Daniele TSB 00:00:07
6. PETACCHI Alessandro OPQ 00:00:07
7. DUMOULIN Samuel ALM 00:00:07
8. SIMON Julien COF 00:00:07
9. VANMARCKE Sep BEL 00:00:07
10. ROELANDTS Jurgen LTB 00:00:07


Preview
The 101st Tour de France will undergo its start in the northern-English county of Yorkshire, at first sight featuring some sprint stages. Looks can deceive when the weather conditions don't look too promising for the opening weekend of the Tour. The lovely Yorkshire valleys can suddenly change into tricky grey roads where an accident is around every corner. Op top of that, stage two looks to be too difficult for the real sprinters and when the GC-men kick some arse in the final, we might nog even see the likes of Sagan in the first ten finishers. London offers the well known Royal finale in front of Buckingham Palace, sure enough that will end up in a sprint.




 

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Stages

Sa 5 July 190.50 km
Leeds - Harrogate

Su 6 July 201.00 km
York - Sheffield

Mo 7 July 155.00 km
Cambridge - London

Tu 8 July 163.50 km
Le Touquet-Paris-Plage - Lille

We 9 July 155.50 km
Ypres - Arenberg Porte du Hainaut

Th 10 July 194.00 km
Arras - Reims

Fr 11 July 234.50 km
Épernay - Nancy

Sa 12 July 161.00 km
Tomblaine - Gérardmer La Mauselaine

Su 13 July 170.00 km
Gérardmer - Mulhouse

Mo 14 July 161.50 km
Mulhouse - La Planche des Belles Filles

We 16 July 187.50 km
Besançon - Oyonnax

Th 17 July 185.50 km
Bourg-en-Bresse - Saint-Étienne

Fr 18 July 197.50 km
Saint-Étienne - Chamrousse

Sa 19 July 177.00 km
Grenoble - Risoul

Su 20 July 222.00 km
Tallard - Nîmes

Tu 22 July 237.50 km
Carcassonne - Bagnères-de-Luchon

We 23 July 124.50 km
Saint-Gaudens - Saint-Lary-Soulan Pla d’Adet

Th 24 July 145.50 km
Pau - Hautacam

Fr 25 July 208.50 km
Maubourguet Pays du Val d’Adour - Bergerac

Sa 26 July ITT, 54.00 km
Bergerac - Périgueux

Su 27 July 137.50 km
Évry - Paris





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