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The Tour de France route was unveiled on Sunday evening during a special edition of the French sports show Stade 2. The th edition of the race, set to run from June 26 to July 18 due to the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics, features a double-Mont Ventoux stage at its centrepiece — the first time the race has ever climbed 'The Giant of Provence' twice in one day.
The race also adds more individual time trialling distance after several years of favouring climbing prowess. The route included a mere All in all, the 58km of time trialing in the Tour de France is the most since , and the first time since that the race has included two TTs.
The day will also feature La Course by le Tour de France, with the women also finishing on the steep 'wall'.
The 27km time trial to Laval on stage 5, the first of two in the race, will provide the first shake-up of GC contenders over the three weeks.
Another chance for the sprinters will follow, but the famed Mont Ventoux's return on stage 11 will be the day most fans will look forward to.
After four years away, the mountain will be climbed twice in a first for the Tour, while a descent finish is the first since Andorra la Vella hosts stage 15, with the highest point of the Tour at Port d'Envalira coming along the way on the first of three Pyrenean stages.
A day for the break follows the second rest day, before the Col de Peyresourde and Col de Portet star on stage Stage 18, the grand Pyrenean finale, will see the riders take in the mammoth climbs of Luz Ardiden and the Col du Tourmalet on what is now a trademark of the modern Tour — a mini km stage that will be the final chance for those with dreams of the maillot jaune to make a difference in the mountains.
The first day takes in a roaming kilometre route to Landerneau, a town less than 25 kilometres away by road. Julian Alaphilippe, perhaps? The climb has featured several times in recent years, with Alexis Vuillermoz and Dan Martin triumphing atop the two-kilometre climb, which averages 6.
Stages 3 and 4, though, have been built with the sprinters in mind, and are a chance for the race to settle down after some no-doubt hectic early racing.
There's no profile for the route yet, but the geography of the area suggests a largely flat course.
The previous three Tour finishes in the city, located smack-bang in the middle of France, have seen Mario Cipollini and Mark Cavendish twice take wins.
The race heads to the Alps before the first day arrives, with a return to Le Grand-Bornard the first mountain rendez-vous of the Tour.
The ski resort has hosted stage finishes five times before, with Rui Costa and Julian Alaphilippe triumphing on the last two occasions.
The final day before the rest day is a summit finish at Tignes 21km at 5. Will the race's third visit herald another change in the maillot jaune?
Back in , Caleb Ewan took the second of three sprint wins in the city. A mammoth km stage to Carcassonne, and possibly another windy day adjacent to the coast, follows.
The final stage before the Pyrenees is a km-long hilly challenge to Quillan, well suited to the likes of Thomas De Gendt with a number of 'mid-mountain' climbs along the way, including a late ascent of the Col de Saint-Louis 4.
The Port d'Envalira A day for the breakaway men follows on stage 16 to Saint-Gaudens, which returns as an arrival town for the first time since Next up is a summit finish — the second of the race, with the Col de Portet 16km at 8.
Although the stage is km longer than that 65km micro-stage in , featuring the novelty F1-style start grid, and won by Nairo Quintana, a km flat run to the first climb means the action will still be compressed, as the Col du Peyresourde Stage 18 is shorter but just as tough, featuring two monstrous climbs in the shape of the Col du Tourmalet We are also one of three premium level partners.
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