Tour De France 2022
In February 2019, it was announced that Denmark would host the Grand Départ of the Tour in 2021. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this was delayed to 2022. In October 2021, the route was announced by Christian Prudhomme. Three stages took place in Denmark, with an opening time trial in Copenhagen. Other features of the Tour include 11 cobbled sectors on stage 5 (cobbles last featured in 2018), a gravel summit finish at La Super Planche des Belles Filles on stage 7, and a summit finish on Col du Granon on stage 11 (the Col du Granon was last used in 1986). The queen stage took place on Bastille Day, with a replica of Stage 18 of the 1986 Tour to Alpe d'Huez.
Tour de France 2022
.mw-parser-output .citationword-wrap:break-word.mw-parser-output .citation:targetbackground-color:rgba(0,127,255,0.133)a As of 1 March 2022, the UCI announced that cyclists from Russia and Belarus would no longer compete under the name or flag of those respective countries due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
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Fight for the yellow jersey in the official game of the Tour de France 2022. Experience the new online mode with weekly challenges and leaderboards. In Solo mode, you can now deal with incidents (injuries, illnesses) during the 92 stages available.
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Kämpfen Sie im offiziellen Spiel zur Tour de France 2022 um das Gelbe Trikot. Entdecken Sie den neuen Online-Modus mit wöchentlichen Herausforderungen und Bestenlisten. Managen Sie im Solomodus auf allen 92 Etappen Vorfälle (Verletzung, Erkrankung).
Bataillez pour le maillot jaune dans le jeu officiel du Tour de France 2022. Découvrez le nouveau mode en ligne avec ses défis hebdomadaires et leaderboards. Gérez désormais les aléas (blessures, maladies) en mode Solo sur les 92 étapes disponibles.
Lotta per la maglia gialla nel gioco ufficiale del Tour de France 2022. Prova la nuova modalità online con sfide e classifiche settimanali. Nella modalità in solitaria, ora puoi gestire gli incidenti (infortuni, malattie) nelle 92 tappe disponibili.
Welcome to the home of the 2022 Tour de France, live on USA, NBC, NBC Sports and Peacock. Here you'll find the full TV schedule, live stream information, route and stage previews and more. Check back frequently for updates and to see who wins the polka-dot, white, green and yellow jerseys.
Colombian rider Egan Bernal , the 2019 Tour de France champion, holds a virtual test during a news conference in Bogota on April 2, 2022. JUAN BARRETO/Juan Barreto/AFP via Getty Images hide caption
The sport's governing body, the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), has been raising minimum salaries for women competing on professional teams. Team budgets are growing, as is prize money across the board. After the Tour de France femmes avec Zwift announced its record $250,000 purse, another women's grand tour event, the Giro d'Italia Donne, matched the Tour's prize money amount.
Cyclist Daniel Oss is retiring from the 2022 Tour de France after fracturing his neck during a crash that involved spectators in Wednesday's Stage 5. Oss, competing with Team TotalEnergies, was riding on cobblestones as bystanders stood on the side of the racing path.
Stream all 21 stages of the 2022 Tour de France from start to finish, or watch on-demand on NBC, USA, and Peacock. All NBC and USA coverage also streams on NBCSports.com/live and the NBC Sports app. Click here for the full broadcast schedule.
The 2022 Tour de France is 24 days long. There will be one stage contested per day and three rest days. The first rest day is on July 4 (between stages 3 & 4), the second will be on July 11 (between stages 9 & 10), and the final rest day will be on July 18 (between stages 15 & 16).
The duel between Pogacar and Vingegaard has become one of the biggest rivalries in cycling. Vingegaard finished second behind Pogacar in the 2021 Tour de France. But the Danish rider managed to beat Pogacar in the 2022 Tour de France for his first major title.
The riders at the Tour de France Femmes will write their own history on Wednesday July 27, 2022. On stage four, the athletes will race over white gravel roads in the vineyards of Champagne. In the 108 editions of the Tour de France, the men have never tackled the 12.9km and four sectors of gravel.
Where does the 109. Tour de France go and how difficult are the individual stages? Find all the answers here! The hard facts in advance: In total there will be two individual time trials, seven flat stages, seven mountain stages and five hilly stages on the 2022 Tour de France route that will start in Copenhagen and end in Paris after 3,346.5 kilometres.
In 2022, both these climbs are going to make stage 11 one of the most important climbing days of the race. GC contenders cannot afford to have a bad day here with mountains tightly packed throughout the route. It will be important that riders time their efforts correctly, as they could pay the price for early attacks later on in the stage.
The final climbing test of the 2022 Tour de France comes on stage 18 which finishes up the Hautacam, a steep and intimidating mountain which averages a 7.8% over 13.6km. This is the first time the Hautacam has been included in the race since 2014 when Vincenzo Nibali took victory alone, over one minute ahead of home favourite Thibaut Pinot in second place.
The overall winner of the 2022 Tour de France is Jonas Vingegaard (DK). He finished 2:43 ahead of Tadej Pogačar. Vingegaard covered the 3,328 km route averaging 41.84 km/h.
The average Tour de France speed of all editions is 34.48 km/h. The average speed was 27.67 km/h between 1919 and 1939, and 40.15 km/h between 1999 and 2019. The average speed of the 2022 Tour de France was 41.84 km/h.
The average Tour de France stage length of all editions is 218 km (time trials included). It went down from a whopping 286 km between 1909-1939 to 197 km between 1949-1979 and 173 km between 1989-2019. The average stage length of the 2022 Tour de France is 158 km.
In a bid to beef up its sports programming, Netflix is teaming up with Tour de France organizers A.S.O. to create a documentary series on the 2022 cycling competition, with the participation of public broadcaster France Télévisions. 041b061a72