BikeExchange-Jayco's Dylan Groenewegen beat the pack to take his first victory of the 2022 Tour de France and his biggest since he was banned for causing Jakobsen's horror crash. Rest day: Monday 4th July If you missed the Grand Départ or want to relive the three stages, head to our recap gallery from Pete Goding. Stage 4: Tuesday 5th July, Dunkerque-Calais, 172km After an early rest day for the transfer the riders traversed the most northern area of France starting in Dunkerque before looping round the region and coming back up to the coast to finish in Calais. Christian Prudhomme warned in his notes that there would be plenty of hills along the way to discourage sprinters as well as the potential for crosswinds as the race runs alongside the Channel.
ET. Saturday’s live coverage of Stage 14, beginning in Saint-Etienne and finishing in Mende, starts at 6 a. Live race coverage begins at 6:30 a. ET on Peacock and continues at 8 a. ET on Peacock and USA Network. On Sunday, live coverage of Stage 15, beginning in Rodez and finishing in Carcassonne, starts at 6:30 a. Live race coverage begins at 7:15 a. ET on Peacock and continues on Peacock and USA Network at 8 a. ET.
Stage 11: Wednesday 13th July, Albertville-Col du Granon, 149km Stage 11 is one for the TV. Starting with the stunning Lacets de Montvernier just for the pictures, the race then heads up the Col du Télégraphe and the Col du Galibier – this year's Souvenir Henry Desgrange at 2, 642m – before finishing up the Col du Granon. We don't need to delve into the Télégraphe or Galibier but this is only the Granon's second appearance in the Tour after it featured in 1986 and it's a brute, 11.
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6km Côte des Religeuses with a max of 11%. There had to be a stage for Julian Alaphilippe, it's in the contract, but sadly he couldn't get fit in time for the race. Wout van Aert got in the breakaway in the yellow jersey – the cheek – but eventually got caught and it was a puncheur's finish, though it was won by our defending champ Tadej Pogačar, who bagged his first yellow jersey of the 2022 race. Another great gallery for this one.
It's the first time those 21 hairpins have featured since when Geraint Thomas won all the way back in 2018 and to make it that bit sweeter it's on Bastille Day and crowds will be packing the road again. For those that dare, this is also the stage for the 2022 Étape du Tour. It was all about the Brits on France's national holiday as Chris Froome put in his most impressive display since that crash getting himself in the breakaway and climbing to a strong third place. Tom Pidcock was the day's hero though, the 22-year-old cyclocross World Champion and cross-country mountain bike Olympic Champion dominated, putting on a millimetre-perfect descent clinic and taking off solo on Alpe d'Huez to truly arrive on the Grand Tour scene in some style. GC legs were weary behind and it's as you were, but the gallery is spectacular. Stage 13: Friday 15th July, Bourg d'Oisans-Saint Étienne, 193km It's only fair that after Thursday's action Friday 15th is one for the sprinters as we leave the Alps behind and head west towards the next set of challenges.
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This may have been the day that Tadej Pogačar proved he'll be the GOAT. A chaotic stage with plenty of crashes and mechanicals causing splits, it was won from the break by Israel-Premier Tech's 35-year-old Aussie Simon Clarke with Pogačar taking time on his rivals behind and Roglič losing two minutes having dislocated his shoulder. Don't miss our full gallery on this one. Stage 6: Thursday 7th July, Binche-Longwy, 220km The longest stage of the race at 220km and the breakaways were licking their lips. Categorised as a 'hilly' stage, it was theoretically one for the puncheurs with the 800m, 12% Mur de Pulventeux with 6km to go and a finish up the 1.
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Stage 7: Friday 8th July, Tomblaine-La Super Planche des Belles Filles, 176km Back and bigger than ever. Stage 7 finished up La Planche des Belles Filles except this time they stuck an extra gravel section on the end with a 24% gradient, that's why it's now Super. Hopefully this will be the first time to see who's got climbing legs and potentially an early showdown back where it all kicked off in 2020.
Funnily enough Kämna almost had another good day out at Megève, coming within seconds of taking the yellow jersey from the break away. He didn't though, as Pogačar pushed on several minutes behind to save that while Magnus Cort and Nick Schultz took the stage all the way to the photo finish with the Dane ultimately getting the win. Great one for the gallery.
m. Tour de France Pre-Race Show (LIVE) Peacock 7:20 a. m. Stage 13: Le Bourg D’Oisans / Saint-Etienne (LIVE) 3 p. m. Stage 13: Le Bourg D’Oisans / Saint-Etienne USA Network Sat., July 16 6 a. m. Stage 14: Saint-Etienne / Mende (LIVE) 8 a. m. Peacock, USA Network Sun., July 17 7:15 a. m. Stage 15: Rodez / Carcassonne (LIVE) Tues., July 19 6:40 a. m. Stage 16: Carcassonne / Foix (LIVE) Wed., July 20 7 a.
6% with a 12% section in the final half. It's not often we get a yellow and green jersey fighting each other for the stage win but that's what happened here, Wout van Aert pipping Michael Matthews and Tadej Pogačar in the uphill sprint. You'll be looking back at this gallery for a while. Stage 9: Sunday 10th July, Aigle-Châtel les Portes du Soleil, 183km The first week came to a conclusion as the peloton crested a few Swiss beasts in the Col des Mosses, Col de la Croix and the Pas de Morgins, with the latter taking us back across the border into France. It also finished uphill, though not on a categorised climb, so whether it's a breakaway or a select group it could be an interesting run-in to Châtel les Portes du Soleil. The doors of the sun are also the doors of the next rest day.
3km at 9. 2% and finishing at 2, 413m altitude. All eyes on riders born in Colombia and Ecuador. The greatest Tour de France stage in living memory. Jonas Vingegaard went thermonuclear on the Granon for the stage and yellow. Go find the highlights or check out our gallery. Stage 12: Thursday 14th July, Briançon-Alpe d'Huez, 166km What dreams are made of. Stage 12 could be the most hotly anticipated Tour de France stage in a long time. Not only will the riders come back over the Col du Galibier and down the Télégraphe, they then face the mighty Col de la Croix de Fer and then, at long last, the rerturn of Alpe d'Huez.
We also appreciate ASO's attention to detail as the battle for the green jersey hots up in Saint Étienne, which is the home of the football team known as Les Verts. After the previous two days it was always likely to be one for a breakaway with even the sprinters exhausted from fighting to stay within the time cut. A super strong break came down to Mads Pedersen, Fred Wright and Hugo Houle but the Dane – and what a Tour for Denmark by the way – was far too strong, you can see the damage for yourself in our gallery. Stage 14: Saturday 16th July, Saint Étienne-Mende, 195km Even Christian Prudhomme sees this one as a stage for the breakaway. A tough transitional day takes on a few testing climbs including one right at the end. The Côte de la Croix Neuve - Montée Laurent Jalabert brings the riders home up a 3km ascent with an average of 10.
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A breakaway win it was as the GC men pretty much rolled over the line – although Pogačar and Vingegaard did bag a few seconds – Bob Jungels took Luxembourg's first Tour win in 11 years with an impressive solo win that you'll want to see our postcard-worthy gallery for. Rest day: Monday 11th July Stage 10: Tuesday 12th July, Morzine les Portes du Soleil-Megève, 148km Week two doesn't hang about, although this is described as a hilly stage it finishes up the 19. 2km climb up to the Altiport de Megève, so the field should be whittled down somewhat. It's the same site where Lennard Kämna won the day at the 2020 Dauphiné.
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