After one of the relatively undemanding stages the day before, a mountain arrival awaits the peloton on the 14th leg (from 2 pm in the LIVETICKER). SPOX will provide you with all relevant information about the stage and its transmission on television and on the Internet.
Yesterday Peter Sagan took the stage victory and celebrated it for the third time on this tour.
The 14th stage will not be as difficult as the Alpine stages of the last few days. Due to two climbs of the second category and one of each of the third and fourth, however, the section does not have a simple topography either. The end of the stage in particular poses a particular difficulty with the arrival of a mountain.
These conditions could provide the ideal conditions for a successful top group, as the section is too demanding for the sprinters but too easy for the classification riders to stand out from the competition.
The stage starts today at 1:05 pm, the finish is expected between 5:28 pm and 5:54 pm.
As usual, One shows the start of the stage from 12:55 pm, before taking the first one at 2 pm. The sports show also provides the entire broadcast as a live stream.
Eurosport 1 will show the entire stage live on this day from 12:55. The station also offers a free live stream.
If you can’t see any pictures from the tour, you have the possibility to watch today’s stage in the SPOX-Liveticker.
On yesterday’s 13th stage, there were no changes in the wearers of the jerseys compared to the previous day due to the flat topography. Peter Sagan was able to further extend his lead with the stage victory and is now almost impossible to catch up with.
After three stages in the Alps, the overall classification has already taken on clear forms. There Thomas leads in front of his Sky team mate and defending champion Chris Froome. In addition to the three-time stage winner Peter Sagan, Geraint Thomas, Dylan Groenewegen and Fernando Gaviria have each won two stages, with the last two having already had to retire from the race.