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Tour de France: Stage 13: Live on TV today, live stream and live ticker

Tour de France: Stage 13: Live on TV today, live stream and live ticker


Tour de France: Stage 13: Live on TV today, live stream and live ticker

After the strenuous course yesterday, the drivers can take a breather today. SPOX gives you all the important information about the 13th stage of the Tour de France and shows you where you can see the race live.

Last day Geraint Thomas won the royal stage to L’Alpe d’Huez and thus extended his lead in the overall lead.

After the drivers had to struggle for three days on the high-profile routes in the Alps, it becomes flatter again on the 169.5 kilometres from Bourg d’Oisans to Valence.

At the beginning there is a small climb of the third category on the map, after that there is only a second smaller climb on the whole route. Since most sprinters are no longer in the field, the stage should be predestined for escapees.

The 13th stage of the Tour de France starts this Friday at 1.45 pm, the finish is expected between 5.21 pm and 5.41 pm.

In the case of public broadcasters, TV transmission is divided into two parts as usual: The stage starts at 1.25 p.m. One before the main channel ARD takes over at 4.05 p.m.

As another channel in the German Free TV Eurosport shows all races of the Tour de France. Transmission of today’s 13th stage begins at 1.29 pm.

Both One, ARD and Eurosport offer a live stream in addition to the transmission on TV.

If you can’t see the races live, SPOX still keeps you up to date with our live ticker.

After yesterday’s stage there was only one change: Frenchman Pierre Roger Latour took over the white jersey of the best young rider from his team mate Sören Kragh Andersen.

After the second mountain stage on Wednesday Thomas also crossed the finish line as the winner in yesterday’s top stage. Previously, the Frenchman Julian Alaphillipe won thanks to a courageous escape attempt. In the previous stage John Degenkolb scored the first German stage victory of this year’s tour. Peter Sagan, Dylan Groenewegen and Fernando Gaviria had each celebrated two stage victories so far.

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