Tour de France stage 13: Mads Pedersen wins out of breakaway

Day's escape move stays clear following crash by Caleb Ewan.


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Mads Pedersen’s determined ride on an undulating stage 13 of the Tour de France on Friday was a display of the same strength that earned him the world championship title in 2019.

Pedersen unleashed his sprint with approximately 250 meters to go, easily beating British rider Fred Wright (Bahrain-Victorious) and the Canadian Hugo Houle (Israel-Premier Tech) to the line in Saint-Étienne.

Three other riders from the day’s break, Stefan Küng (Groupama-FDJ), American Matteo Jorgenson (Movistar Team) and Filippo Ganna (Ineos Grenadiers), finished half a minute back, with Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) padding his green jersey lead by winning the bunch sprint for seventh, 5:45 behind.

“It is incredible to finally take a win,” Pedersen said. “I knew the shape was really good. I definitely missed the opportunities in the first week. The last two weeks don’t have a lot of chances for a guy like me, so to take the chance today and get the reward is really nice. Not only for me, but for the whole team.

“We came here with riders only for stages and now we have one, so that is such a relief.”

The Dane was in the thick of it from the start of the stage. He was the day’s first attacker, then got involved in an unsuccessful break after 26 kilometers of racing, then was part of a short-lived chase group behind three leaders two kilometers later and, finally, bridged across to those leaders with three others at kilometer 51.

Together with the initial trio of Ganna, Küng, and Jorgenson, plus Wright, Houle, and Pedersen’s Trek-Segafredo teammate Quinn Simmons, Pedersen established a small but persistent lead over the peloton.

Travelling over undulating terrain, the advantage hovered between one and a half and two and a half minutes for much of the stage, with Simmons sacrificing his own chances to help Pedersen. Despite the small gap, the final capture by the sprinters’ teams never happened.

That was derailed in part by a crash involving Caleb Ewan, which caused his Lotto Soudal squad to abandon its pacesetting. Subsequent attempts by Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl and BikeExchange-Jayco to reel in the move were unsuccessful, and the peloton eventually gave up.

Pedersen talked about the day’s tactics. “If it was more than four guys [clear] we should be in, I should be in the break,” he said. “We didn’t know how the other teams wanted to take the last climb with 45 to go. For a long time I thought it was a mistake to be in the break because we only had two minutes, but in the end it paid off to be in there.

“Today was super hard for everyone, it was such a warm day, so everyone was on the limit.”

Towards the end he decided not to rely on his sprint and to instead whittle down the list of contenders. He kicked clear with just over 12 kilometers left, dispatching Küng, Jorgenson and Ganna, then covered moves by Wright and Houle to shake him off.

“I really didn’t want to be at the finish with six riders,” he explained. “It would be too many guys to control. So I tried to attack. Luckily we split up the break, so there were only three guys and it was a lot easier to control for me. From there, from ten to five, I just wanted to make the gap as big as possible so we had time to slow down and gamble a bit in the last few kilometers. Luckily it paid off for me today.”




A day for the break

After two tough days in the high Alps, Friday’s stage 13 looked set for either the breakaway riders or the sprinters. The 192.6 kilometer trek from Le Bourg d’Oisans to Saint-Étienne was much flatter than the preceding days, while still featuring plenty of rolling ground.

After descending roads early on, the riders encountered the category 3 Côte de Brié (km 30.4), the second category Col de Parménie (km 79.2) and the third category Côte de Saint-Romain-en-Gal (km 148.6), which was followed by a rolling 44 kilometers to the finish.

The stage also had an intermediate sprint 101.6 kilometers after the start. Interestingly, the peloton would pass the Andreï Kivilev roundabout just before the final kilometer, named after the Kazakhstani rider who died in Saint-Etienne after a fall during stage two of the 2003 Paris-Nice. His death changed the sport forever, prompting the UCI to introduce mandatory helmet wearing and likely saving other lives.

The former world champ set the tone on the stage when he attacked right after the drop of the flag. Many skirmishes followed, with Ganna among the most prominent and finally snapped the elastic on the day’s first climb, the Côte de Brié. He, Küng, and Jorgenson went clear there, with Ganna leading them past the prime line.

A group of 19 including Pedersen tried to get across but was reeled in by Alpecin-Deceuninck. After 45 kilometers of racing the three leaders were 20 seconds clear of the peloton, and were joined six kilometers later by Pedersen, his American teammate Simmons, Wright, and Houle. Owen Doull (EF Education-EasyPost) had tried to bridge alone but was unable to do so.

Breakaway group takes fight to the sprinters’ teams

The bunch kept the break on a short leash. (Photo: Alex Broadway/Getty Images)

The seven leaders had a lead of two minutes after 65 kilometers, despite Jorgenson being delayed by a puncture. Pedersen led Küng and the others over the top of the second category Col de Parménie (km. 79.2), where the peloton was 2:35 adrift. Soon afterwards, though, Alpecin-Deceuninck, Lotto-Soudal and Ineos Grenadiers put the hammer down and split the bunch into three pieces. This hewed the break’s advantage down to 1:40 with 100 kilometers remaining.

Pedersen collected the intermediate sprint points ahead of Ganna, Houle and the others, while green jersey Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) took the points for eighth without any need for a sprint. Fabio Jakobsen (Quick-Step AlphaVinyl) had been off the back due to a puncture and saw his deficit in the points classification increase even further.

The Lotto Soudal team of Caleb Ewan sensed the possibility for a sprint and was chasing with the help of Alpecin-Deceuninck. Their momentum saw the gap fall to 1:25 with 85 kilometers to go, but the break responded and added a minute to that buffer over the following 13 kilometers.

A crash ruins Australian hopes

Caleb Ewan came a cropper, hitting a Lotto Soudal teammate’s wheel on a left hand corner (Photo: Alex Broadway/Getty Images)

Lotto Soudal’s work for Ewan unraveled very soon afterwards when the Australian clipped a teammate’s wheel on a left hand bend and hit the ground. He was left grimacing and holding his knee, but remounted and tried to get back to the bunch.

Quick-Step AlphaVinyl began riding at the front, making it harder for Ewan to return, but he and his team managed to halve his deficit from two minutes to one minute, and then to 40 seconds. With 50 kilometers left the race moved onto the third category Côte de Saint-Romain-en-Gal and there Ewan sat up, his injury and the terrain making his rejoining of the bunch too difficult. The break was two minutes clear of the peloton at that point.

Simmons had been riding for Pedersen and was dropped by the break with approximately 45 kilometers left. Behind, Jakobsen was also in trouble and was jettisoned from the peloton. However the main bunch sat up, allowing him to claw his way back on, then resumed chasing when BikeExchange-Jayco opted to try to set things up for Dylan Groenewegen.

Things didn’t go their way: with 35 kilometers remaining, the gap was 2:35. Ten kilometers after that it was 2:29, handing the break a solid opportunity. The riders out front grabbed the chance and still had 2:23 in hand with 12.5 kilometers remaining, where Pedersen attacked.

Making sure of the win

Wright and Houle quickly reacted and got up to him, with Ganna initially struggling but taking up the chase behind with Jorgenson and Küng. They were however 20 seconds back with eight kilometers remaining, and 28 back with three to go.

Wright kicked hard at that point but was quickly covered by the other two. Houle tried to get a gap with two to go but immediately eased back on the gas when he was marked. He rolled on at the front and brought them into the final kilometer, where Pedersen dispatched them with ease to land the first Tour stage win of his career.


Tour de France Stage 13 Results

1PEDERSEN MadsTrek - Segafredo4:13:03
2WRIGHT FredBahrain - Victorious0:00
3HOULE HugoIsrael - Premier Tech0:00
4KÜNG StefanGroupama - FDJ0:30
5JORGENSON MatteoMovistar Team0:30
6GANNA FilippoINEOS Grenadiers0:32
7VAN AERT WoutJumbo-Visma5:45
8SÉNÉCHAL FlorianQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team5:45
9MOZZATO LucaB&B Hotels - KTM5:45
10PASQUALON AndreaIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux5:45
11DAINESE AlbertoTeam DSM5:45
12POGAČAR TadejUAE Team Emirates5:45
13HALLER MarcoBORA - hansgrohe5:45
14KRISTOFF AlexanderIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux5:45
15CAPIOT AmauryTeam Arkéa Samsic5:45
16BENOOT TiesjJumbo-Visma5:45
17BOIVIN GuillaumeIsrael - Premier Tech5:45
18BOASSON HAGEN EdvaldTotalEnergies5:45
19VINGEGAARD JonasJumbo-Visma5:45
20LAPORTE ChristopheJumbo-Visma5:45
21VLASOV AleksandrBORA - hansgrohe5:45
22RUTSCH JonasEF Education-EasyPost5:45
23BURGAUDEAU MathieuTotalEnergies5:45
24KRON AndreasLotto Soudal5:45
25THOMAS GeraintINEOS Grenadiers5:45
26HONORÉ Mikkel FrølichQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team5:45
27YATES AdamINEOS Grenadiers5:45
28DEWULF StanAG2R Citroën Team5:45
29GAUDU DavidGroupama - FDJ5:45
30BARDET RomainTeam DSM5:45
31QUINTANA NairoTeam Arkéa Samsic5:45
31ZEITS AndreyAstana Qazaqstan Team5:45
32LUTSENKO AlexeyAstana Qazaqstan Team5:45
33KRUIJSWIJK StevenJumbo-Visma5:45
34PIDCOCK ThomasINEOS Grenadiers5:45
35MADOUAS ValentinGroupama - FDJ5:45
36POLITT NilsBORA - hansgrohe5:45
37KUSS SeppJumbo-Visma5:45
38ERVITI ImanolMovistar Team5:45
39MAS EnricMovistar Team5:45
40VELASCO SimoneAstana Qazaqstan Team5:45
41JUNGELS BobAG2R Citroën Team5:45
42LE GAC OlivierGroupama - FDJ5:45
43ZIMMERMANN GeorgIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux5:45
44MEINTJES LouisIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux5:45
45OWSIAN ŁukaszTeam Arkéa Samsic5:45
46MÜHLBERGER GregorMovistar Team5:45
47GALLOPIN TonyTrek - Segafredo5:55
48DOMBROWSKI JoeAstana Qazaqstan Team5:55
49PINOT ThibautGroupama - FDJ5:55
50SÁNCHEZ Luis LeónBahrain - Victorious5:55
51KONRAD PatrickBORA - hansgrohe5:55
52ROWE LukeINEOS Grenadiers5:55
53LEMOINE CyrilB&B Hotels - KTM5:55
54PARET-PEINTRE AurélienAG2R Citroën Team5:58
55DOULL OwainEF Education-EasyPost5:58
56CARUSO DamianoBahrain - Victorious5:58
57ROGLIČ PrimožJumbo-Visma5:58
58BOUET MaximeTeam Arkéa Samsic5:58
59BARTHE CyrilB&B Hotels - KTM5:58
60RIABUSHENKO AlexandrAstana Qazaqstan Team5:58
61POWLESS NeilsonEF Education-EasyPost5:58
62DUCHESNE AntoineGroupama - FDJ6:03
63TEUNS DylanBahrain - Victorious6:03
64MAJKA RafałUAE Team Emirates6:03
65VERONA CarlosMovistar Team6:03
66SKUJIŅŠ TomsTrek - Segafredo6:03
67STORER MichaelGroupama - FDJ6:03
68CHEREL MikaëlAG2R Citroën Team6:03
69VAN BAARLE DylanINEOS Grenadiers6:07
70OLIVEIRA NelsonMovistar Team6:07
71DEGENKOLB JohnTeam DSM6:07
72PÉRICHON Pierre-LucCofidis6:07
73MOLLEMA BaukeTrek - Segafredo6:07
74HOFSTETTER HugoTeam Arkéa Samsic6:11
75GRADEK KamilBahrain - Victorious6:11
76TRATNIK JanBahrain - Victorious6:11
77MCNULTY BrandonUAE Team Emirates6:11
78HAMILTON ChrisTeam DSM6:11
79SCHULTZ NickTeam BikeExchange - Jayco6:11
80FROOME ChrisIsrael - Premier Tech6:11
81FUGLSANG JakobIsrael - Premier Tech6:11
82GROENEWEGEN DylanTeam BikeExchange - Jayco6:11
83MATTHEWS MichaelTeam BikeExchange - Jayco6:11
84LEKNESSUND AndreasTeam DSM6:15
85SWIFT ConnorTeam Arkéa Samsic6:15
86VAN HOOYDONCK NathanJumbo-Visma6:15
87BETTIOL AlbertoEF Education-EasyPost6:15
88STUYVEN JasperTrek - Segafredo6:17
89KÄMNA LennardBORA - hansgrohe6:17
90GROßSCHARTNER FelixBORA - hansgrohe6:17
91MEZGEC LukaTeam BikeExchange - Jayco6:17
92MOHORIČ MatejBahrain - Victorious6:17
93HIRSCHI MarcUAE Team Emirates6:17
94IZAGIRRE GorkaMovistar Team6:17
95KRIEGER AlexanderAlpecin-Deceuninck6:17
96WOODS MichaelIsrael - Premier Tech6:17
97IZAGIRRE IonCofidis6:17
98CASTROVIEJO JonathanINEOS Grenadiers6:17
99BYSTRØM Sven ErikIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux6:17
100PETIT AdrienIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux6:17
101BAGIOLI AndreaQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team6:17
102CLARKE SimonIsrael - Premier Tech6:17
103SOLER MarcUAE Team Emirates6:36
104PHILIPSEN JasperAlpecin-Deceuninck9:53
105BONNAMOUR FranckB&B Hotels - KTM11:45
106BISSEGGER StefanEF Education-EasyPost13:13
107DILLIER SilvanAlpecin-Deceuninck13:13
108GRUZDEV DmitriyAstana Qazaqstan Team13:13
109WALSCHEID MaxCofidis13:13
110BAUER JackTeam BikeExchange - Jayco13:13
111GOUGEARD AlexisB&B Hotels - KTM13:13
112CICCONE GiulioTrek - Segafredo13:13
113SIMMONS QuinnTrek - Segafredo13:13
114CATTANEO MattiaQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team13:13
115NEILANDS KristsIsrael - Premier Tech13:13
116SCHÖNBERGER SebastianB&B Hotels - KTM13:13
117LAMPAERT YvesQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team13:13
118URÁN RigobertoEF Education-EasyPost13:13
119MARTÍNEZ Daniel FelipeINEOS Grenadiers13:13
120JANSEN Amund GrøndahlTeam BikeExchange - Jayco13:13
121GESCHKE SimonCofidis13:13
122CORT MagnusEF Education-EasyPost13:13
123BJERG MikkelUAE Team Emirates13:13
124VAN DER HOORN TacoIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux13:13
125GENIETS KevinGroupama - FDJ13:13
126VAN POPPEL DannyBORA - hansgrohe13:13
127TUSVELD MartijnTeam DSM13:13
128SCHACHMANN MaximilianBORA - hansgrohe13:13
129EEKHOFF NilsTeam DSM13:13
130GOOSSENS KobeIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux13:13
131NIV GuyIsrael - Premier Tech13:13
132FELLINE FabioAstana Qazaqstan Team13:13
133ROLLAND PierreB&B Hotels - KTM13:13
134LOUVEL MatisTeam Arkéa Samsic13:13
135LATOUR PierreTotalEnergies13:13
136PEREZ AnthonyCofidis13:13
137TURGIS AnthonyTotalEnergies13:20
138VERMEERSCH FlorianLotto Soudal20:05
139SBARAGLI KristianAlpecin-Deceuninck20:05
140COSNEFROY BenoîtAG2R Citroën Team20:05
141LECROQ JérémyB&B Hotels - KTM20:05
142GILBERT PhilippeLotto Soudal20:05
143FRISON FrederikLotto Soudal20:05
144TORRES AlbertMovistar Team20:05
145VAN KEIRSBULCK GuillaumeAlpecin-Deceuninck20:05
146SAGAN PeterTotalEnergies20:05
147WELLENS TimLotto Soudal20:05
148VAN MOER BrentLotto Soudal20:05
149JUUL-JENSEN ChristopherTeam BikeExchange - Jayco20:05
150BODNAR MaciejTotalEnergies20:05
151JANSE VAN RENSBURG ReinardtLotto Soudal20:05
152PLANCKAERT EdwardAlpecin-Deceuninck20:05
153JAKOBSEN FabioQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team20:05
154MØRKØV MichaelQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team20:05
155EWAN CalebLotto Soudal20:05
156THOMAS BenjaminCofidis20:12
1VINGEGAARD JonasJumbo-Visma 50:47:34
2POGAČAR TadejUAE Team Emirates2:22
3THOMAS GeraintINEOS Grenadiers2:26
4BARDET RomainTeam DSM2:35
5YATES AdamINEOS Grenadiers3:44
6QUINTANA NairoTeam Arkéa Samsic3:58
7GAUDU DavidGroupama - FDJ4:07
8PIDCOCK ThomasINEOS Grenadiers7:39
9MAS EnricMovistar Team9:32
10VLASOV AleksandrBORA - hansgrohe10:06
11LUTSENKO AlexeyAstana Qazaqstan Team10:33
12KRUIJSWIJK StevenJumbo-Visma14:50
13MEINTJES LouisIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux15:46
14MADOUAS ValentinGroupama - FDJ17:54
15ROGLIČ PrimožJumbo-Visma21:50
16JUNGELS BobAG2R Citroën Team22:00
17KUSS SeppJumbo-Visma24:55
18POWLESS NeilsonEF Education-EasyPost27:29
19MAJKA RafałUAE Team Emirates31:48
20SÁNCHEZ Luis LeónBahrain - Victorious38:37
21PINOT ThibautGroupama - FDJ39:52
22CARUSO DamianoBahrain - Victorious42:07
23KONRAD PatrickBORA - hansgrohe42:28
24TEUNS DylanBahrain - Victorious43:50
25BENOOT TiesjJumbo-Visma48:07
26GALLOPIN TonyTrek - Segafredo51:11
27KÄMNA LennardBORA - hansgrohe54:34
28FROOME ChrisIsrael - Premier Tech54:42
29IZAGIRRE IonCofidis56:33
30MCNULTY BrandonUAE Team Emirates56:33
31JORGENSON MatteoMovistar Team57:11
32PARET-PEINTRE AurélienAG2R Citroën Team57:12
33SCHULTZ NickTeam BikeExchange - Jayco57:12
34VAN AERT WoutJumbo-Visma1:03:39
35HOULE HugoIsrael - Premier Tech1:06:09
36MOLLEMA BaukeTrek - Segafredo1:06:20
37LEKNESSUND AndreasTeam DSM1:06:55
38VERONA CarlosMovistar Team1:07:17
39VELASCO SimoneAstana Qazaqstan Team1:09:45
40URÁN RigobertoEF Education-EasyPost1:10:26
41SCHÖNBERGER SebastianB&B Hotels - KTM1:12:06
42GENIETS KevinGroupama - FDJ1:16:54
43OWSIAN ŁukaszTeam Arkéa Samsic1:16:56
44KÜNG StefanGroupama - FDJ1:16:56
45STORER MichaelGroupama - FDJ1:20:03
46ZEITS AndreyAstana Qazaqstan Team1:20:18
47IZAGIRRE GorkaMovistar Team1:20:27
48VAN BAARLE DylanINEOS Grenadiers1:21:26
49ZIMMERMANN GeorgIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux1:22:50
50HAMILTON ChrisTeam DSM1:23:13
51GESCHKE SimonCofidis1:23:16
52DOMBROWSKI JoeAstana Qazaqstan Team1:23:28
53MARTÍNEZ Daniel FelipeINEOS Grenadiers1:24:22
54LATOUR PierreTotalEnergies1:24:58
55SCHACHMANN MaximilianBORA - hansgrohe1:25:27
56PASQUALON AndreaIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux1:25:28
57DILLIER SilvanAlpecin-Deceuninck1:27:17
58BOUET MaximeTeam Arkéa Samsic1:28:09
59BOASSON HAGEN EdvaldTotalEnergies1:28:47
60FUGLSANG JakobIsrael - Premier Tech1:29:13
61BETTIOL AlbertoEF Education-EasyPost1:29:21
62WOODS MichaelIsrael - Premier Tech1:30:41
63THOMAS BenjaminCofidis1:31:21
64SOLER MarcUAE Team Emirates1:32:39
65MÜHLBERGER GregorMovistar Team1:33:05
66BONNAMOUR FranckB&B Hotels - KTM1:35:30
67CHEREL MikaëlAG2R Citroën Team1:35:58
68WRIGHT FredBahrain - Victorious1:36:05
69TUSVELD MartijnTeam DSM1:36:13
70GOOSSENS KobeIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux1:37:09
71POLITT NilsBORA - hansgrohe1:38:16
72CLARKE SimonIsrael - Premier Tech1:39:31
73OLIVEIRA NelsonMovistar Team1:40:55
74PÉRICHON Pierre-LucCofidis1:45:31
75CASTROVIEJO JonathanINEOS Grenadiers1:48:14
76TRATNIK JanBahrain - Victorious1:50:56
77ROLLAND PierreB&B Hotels - KTM1:51:00
78PEREZ AnthonyCofidis1:52:53
79SBARAGLI KristianAlpecin-Deceuninck1:53:10
80CATTANEO MattiaQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team1:54:10
81MOHORIČ MatejBahrain - Victorious1:55:27
82LOUVEL MatisTeam Arkéa Samsic1:55:52
83DEWULF StanAG2R Citroën Team1:56:24
84LAPORTE ChristopheJumbo-Visma1:57:35
85GANNA FilippoINEOS Grenadiers1:57:46
86GROßSCHARTNER FelixBORA - hansgrohe1:58:12
87SWIFT ConnorTeam Arkéa Samsic2:00:00
88DOULL OwainEF Education-EasyPost2:00:45
89SKUJIŅŠ TomsTrek - Segafredo2:01:41
90ERVITI ImanolMovistar Team2:01:46
91DUCHESNE AntoineGroupama - FDJ2:01:49
92NIV GuyIsrael - Premier Tech2:03:17
93BYSTRØM Sven ErikIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux2:04:11
94NEILANDS KristsIsrael - Premier Tech2:04:26
95MATTHEWS MichaelTeam BikeExchange - Jayco2:04:45
96GILBERT PhilippeLotto Soudal2:05:09
97HALLER MarcoBORA - hansgrohe2:05:17
98STUYVEN JasperTrek - Segafredo2:05:29
99CICCONE GiulioTrek - Segafredo2:06:22
100HOFSTETTER HugoTeam Arkéa Samsic2:06:26
101SIMMONS QuinnTrek - Segafredo2:06:41
102KRON AndreasLotto Soudal2:07:26
103BAGIOLI AndreaQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team2:07:57
104PEDERSEN MadsTrek - Segafredo2:09:13
105DEGENKOLB JohnTeam DSM2:10:19
106CORT MagnusEF Education-EasyPost2:11:35
107COSNEFROY BenoîtAG2R Citroën Team2:12:48
108PHILIPSEN JasperAlpecin-Deceuninck2:15:03
109CAPIOT AmauryTeam Arkéa Samsic2:15:50
110FELLINE FabioAstana Qazaqstan Team2:17:09
111PETIT AdrienIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux2:18:45
112RUTSCH JonasEF Education-EasyPost2:19:41
113GOUGEARD AlexisB&B Hotels - KTM2:21:40
114RIABUSHENKO AlexandrAstana Qazaqstan Team2:21:54
115LE GAC OlivierGroupama - FDJ2:22:28
116MEZGEC LukaTeam BikeExchange - Jayco2:22:48
117VAN HOOYDONCK NathanJumbo-Visma2:22:56
118BISSEGGER StefanEF Education-EasyPost2:23:11
119LEMOINE CyrilB&B Hotels - KTM2:23:54
120KRIEGER AlexanderAlpecin-Deceuninck2:24:57
121BARTHE CyrilB&B Hotels - KTM2:25:43
122DAINESE AlbertoTeam DSM2:26:17
123BAUER JackTeam BikeExchange - Jayco2:26:18
124BURGAUDEAU MathieuTotalEnergies2:27:14
125KRISTOFF AlexanderIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux2:27:43
126MOZZATO LucaB&B Hotels - KTM2:28:19
127ROWE LukeINEOS Grenadiers2:32:16
128GRADEK KamilBahrain - Victorious2:32:43
129SÉNÉCHAL FlorianQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team2:34:05
130LAMPAERT YvesQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team2:34:52
131WELLENS TimLotto Soudal2:34:56
132VAN DER HOORN TacoIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux2:35:05
133GRUZDEV DmitriyAstana Qazaqstan Team2:36:23
134BOIVIN GuillaumeIsrael - Premier Tech2:36:34
135EEKHOFF NilsTeam DSM2:38:30
136HONORÉ Mikkel FrølichQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team2:38:51
137VAN KEIRSBULCK GuillaumeAlpecin-Deceuninck2:42:09
138PLANCKAERT EdwardAlpecin-Deceuninck2:43:14
139VAN POPPEL DannyBORA - hansgrohe2:44:11
140GROENEWEGEN DylanTeam BikeExchange - Jayco2:46:08
141VERMEERSCH FlorianLotto Soudal2:47:35
142SAGAN PeterTotalEnergies2:48:38
143WALSCHEID MaxCofidis2:49:45
144VAN MOER BrentLotto Soudal2:50:04
145BODNAR MaciejTotalEnergies2:50:20
146LECROQ JérémyB&B Hotels - KTM2:52:45
147JAKOBSEN FabioQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team3:00:53
148HIRSCHI MarcUAE Team Emirates3:03:31
149JANSEN Amund GrøndahlTeam BikeExchange - Jayco3:05:08
150FRISON FrederikLotto Soudal3:06:59
151JANSE VAN RENSBURG ReinardtLotto Soudal3:07:29
152JUUL-JENSEN ChristopherTeam BikeExchange - Jayco3:07:41
153TORRES AlbertMovistar Team3:11:34
154MØRKØV MichaelQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team3:16:19
155BJERG MikkelUAE Team Emirates3:18:44
156EWAN CalebLotto Soudal3:19:47
157TURGIS AnthonyTotalEnergies3:21:05
1VAN AERT WoutJumbo-Visma333
2POGAČAR TadejUAE Team Emirates164
3JAKOBSEN FabioQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team155
4PEDERSEN MadsTrek - Segafredo132
5CORT MagnusEF Education-EasyPost129
6LAPORTE ChristopheJumbo-Visma121
7PHILIPSEN JasperAlpecin-Deceuninck116
8VINGEGAARD JonasJumbo-Visma96
9SAGAN PeterTotalEnergies86
10WRIGHT FredBahrain - Victorious76
11CLARKE SimonIsrael - Premier Tech72
12MATTHEWS MichaelTeam BikeExchange - Jayco68
13JORGENSON MatteoMovistar Team63
14GAUDU DavidGroupama - FDJ61
15GROENEWEGEN DylanTeam BikeExchange - Jayco60
16THOMAS GeraintINEOS Grenadiers56
17POWLESS NeilsonEF Education-EasyPost55
18BOASSON HAGEN EdvaldTotalEnergies52
19MØRKØV MichaelQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team51
20PIDCOCK ThomasINEOS Grenadiers50
21VAN DER HOORN TacoIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux50
22QUINTANA NairoTeam Arkéa Samsic48
23HOULE HugoIsrael - Premier Tech48
24GANNA FilippoINEOS Grenadiers44
25JUNGELS BobAG2R Citroën Team43
26ROGLIČ PrimožJumbo-Visma43
27SÁNCHEZ Luis LeónBahrain - Victorious43
28KÄMNA LennardBORA - hansgrohe43
29BARDET RomainTeam DSM42
30THOMAS BenjaminCofidis42
31YATES AdamINEOS Grenadiers39
32VAN POPPEL DannyBORA - hansgrohe38
33MOZZATO LucaB&B Hotels - KTM37
34BETTIOL AlbertoEF Education-EasyPost36
35MAS EnricMovistar Team35
36KÜNG StefanGroupama - FDJ35
37EWAN CalebLotto Soudal35
38SCHULTZ NickTeam BikeExchange - Jayco33
39KRISTOFF AlexanderIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux33
40PEREZ AnthonyCofidis30
41DAINESE AlbertoTeam DSM30
42TEUNS DylanBahrain - Victorious29
43GESCHKE SimonCofidis27
44POLITT NilsBORA - hansgrohe27
45HOFSTETTER HugoTeam Arkéa Samsic27
46GOOSSENS KobeIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux25
47BYSTRØM Sven ErikIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux24
48LECROQ JérémyB&B Hotels - KTM24
49VAN MOER BrentLotto Soudal23
50LAMPAERT YvesQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team22
51LATOUR PierreTotalEnergies22
52FROOME ChrisIsrael - Premier Tech21
53STUYVEN JasperTrek - Segafredo21
54KRUIJSWIJK StevenJumbo-Visma20
55VAN BAARLE DylanINEOS Grenadiers20
56FRISON FrederikLotto Soudal19
57VLASOV AleksandrBORA - hansgrohe18
58MEINTJES LouisIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux18
59OLIVEIRA NelsonMovistar Team18
60KRON AndreasLotto Soudal18
61GOUGEARD AlexisB&B Hotels - KTM18
62PINOT ThibautGroupama - FDJ17
63FUGLSANG JakobIsrael - Premier Tech17
64CASTROVIEJO JonathanINEOS Grenadiers17
65KONRAD PatrickBORA - hansgrohe16
66MARTÍNEZ Daniel FelipeINEOS Grenadiers16
67CICCONE GiulioTrek - Segafredo16
68VERONA CarlosMovistar Team15
69ZIMMERMANN GeorgIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux15
70CATTANEO MattiaQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team15
71LOUVEL MatisTeam Arkéa Samsic15
72DEWULF StanAG2R Citroën Team15
73BARTHE CyrilB&B Hotels - KTM15
74BAUER JackTeam BikeExchange - Jayco15
75KUSS SeppJumbo-Visma14
76SCHÖNBERGER SebastianB&B Hotels - KTM13
77PASQUALON AndreaIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux13
78ERVITI ImanolMovistar Team13
79WALSCHEID MaxCofidis12
80BJERG MikkelUAE Team Emirates12
81LEKNESSUND AndreasTeam DSM11
82SCHACHMANN MaximilianBORA - hansgrohe11
83TRATNIK JanBahrain - Victorious11
84COSNEFROY BenoîtAG2R Citroën Team11
85SÉNÉCHAL FlorianQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team11
86BENOOT TiesjJumbo-Visma10
87SOLER MarcUAE Team Emirates10
88DILLIER SilvanAlpecin-Deceuninck9
89HALLER MarcoBORA - hansgrohe9
90VAN KEIRSBULCK GuillaumeAlpecin-Deceuninck9
91LUTSENKO AlexeyAstana Qazaqstan Team8
92NIV GuyIsrael - Premier Tech8
93PETIT AdrienIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux8
94JANSE VAN RENSBURG ReinardtLotto Soudal8
95MOLLEMA BaukeTrek - Segafredo7
96VAN HOOYDONCK NathanJumbo-Visma7
97VERMEERSCH FlorianLotto Soudal7
98IZAGIRRE IonCofidis6
99URÁN RigobertoEF Education-EasyPost6
100RUTSCH JonasEF Education-EasyPost6
101PLANCKAERT EdwardAlpecin-Deceuninck6
102JUUL-JENSEN ChristopherTeam BikeExchange - Jayco6
103CARUSO DamianoBahrain - Victorious5
104VELASCO SimoneAstana Qazaqstan Team5
105GILBERT PhilippeLotto Soudal5
106PÉRICHON Pierre-LucCofidis4
107WELLENS TimLotto Soudal4
108TURGIS AnthonyTotalEnergies4
109MAJKA RafałUAE Team Emirates3
110GENIETS KevinGroupama - FDJ3
111DOMBROWSKI JoeAstana Qazaqstan Team3
112WOODS MichaelIsrael - Premier Tech3
113SWIFT ConnorTeam Arkéa Samsic3
114DOULL OwainEF Education-EasyPost3
115LEMOINE CyrilB&B Hotels - KTM3
116MADOUAS ValentinGroupama - FDJ2
117CAPIOT AmauryTeam Arkéa Samsic2
118KRIEGER AlexanderAlpecin-Deceuninck2
119BODNAR MaciejTotalEnergies2
120MCNULTY BrandonUAE Team Emirates1
121HIRSCHI MarcUAE Team Emirates1
122SIMMONS QuinnTrek - Segafredo-5
123BURGAUDEAU MathieuTotalEnergies-10
1POGAČAR TadejUAE Team Emirates 50:49:56
2PIDCOCK ThomasINEOS Grenadiers5:17
3MCNULTY BrandonUAE Team Emirates54:11
4JORGENSON MatteoMovistar Team54:49
5LEKNESSUND AndreasTeam DSM1:04:33
6GENIETS KevinGroupama - FDJ1:14:32
7STORER MichaelGroupama - FDJ1:17:41
8ZIMMERMANN GeorgIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux1:20:28
9WRIGHT FredBahrain - Victorious1:33:43
10LOUVEL MatisTeam Arkéa Samsic1:53:30
11DEWULF StanAG2R Citroën Team1:54:02
12SIMMONS QuinnTrek - Segafredo2:04:19
13KRON AndreasLotto Soudal2:05:04
14BAGIOLI AndreaQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team2:05:35
15PHILIPSEN JasperAlpecin-Deceuninck2:12:41
16RUTSCH JonasEF Education-EasyPost2:17:19
17BISSEGGER StefanEF Education-EasyPost2:20:49
18DAINESE AlbertoTeam DSM2:23:55
19BURGAUDEAU MathieuTotalEnergies2:24:52
20MOZZATO LucaB&B Hotels - KTM2:25:57
21EEKHOFF NilsTeam DSM2:36:08
22HONORÉ Mikkel FrølichQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team2:36:29
23VERMEERSCH FlorianLotto Soudal2:45:13
24VAN MOER BrentLotto Soudal2:47:42
25HIRSCHI MarcUAE Team Emirates3:01:09
26BJERG MikkelUAE Team Emirates3:16:22
1GESCHKE SimonCofidis43
2MEINTJES LouisIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux39
3VINGEGAARD JonasJumbo-Visma36
4CICCONE GiulioTrek - Segafredo35
5LATOUR PierreTotalEnergies35
6POWLESS NeilsonEF Education-EasyPost35
7PIDCOCK ThomasINEOS Grenadiers28
8PEREZ AnthonyCofidis26
9POGAČAR TadejUAE Team Emirates26
10FROOME ChrisIsrael - Premier Tech22
11JUNGELS BobAG2R Citroën Team18
12VAN AERT WoutJumbo-Visma17
13THOMAS GeraintINEOS Grenadiers16
14QUINTANA NairoTeam Arkéa Samsic15
15PINOT ThibautGroupama - FDJ14
16BARDET RomainTeam DSM12
17CORT MagnusEF Education-EasyPost11
18GAUDU DavidGroupama - FDJ10
19TEUNS DylanBahrain - Victorious9
20SCHÖNBERGER SebastianB&B Hotels - KTM8
21GOOSSENS KobeIntermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux8
22OLIVEIRA NelsonMovistar Team8
23PEDERSEN MadsTrek - Segafredo7
24IZAGIRRE IonCofidis7
25VERONA CarlosMovistar Team7
26YATES AdamINEOS Grenadiers6
27ROGLIČ PrimožJumbo-Visma6
28KÄMNA LennardBORA - hansgrohe6
29HOULE HugoIsrael - Premier Tech6
30SÁNCHEZ Luis LeónBahrain - Victorious5
31CASTROVIEJO JonathanINEOS Grenadiers5
32KÜNG StefanGroupama - FDJ5
33GANNA FilippoINEOS Grenadiers4
34CHEREL MikaëlAG2R Citroën Team4
35ROLLAND PierreB&B Hotels - KTM3
36CATTANEO MattiaQuick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team3
37SCHULTZ NickTeam BikeExchange - Jayco3
38SIMMONS QuinnTrek - Segafredo2
39FRISON FrederikLotto Soudal2
40MAS EnricMovistar Team2
41LUTSENKO AlexeyAstana Qazaqstan Team2
42JORGENSON MatteoMovistar Team2
43LOUVEL MatisTeam Arkéa Samsic2
44KONRAD PatrickBORA - hansgrohe1
45VAN BAARLE DylanINEOS Grenadiers1
46FUGLSANG JakobIsrael - Premier Tech1
47MATTHEWS MichaelTeam BikeExchange - Jayco1
48BURGAUDEAU MathieuTotalEnergies-1
49EWAN CalebLotto Soudal-1
1INEOS Grenadiers 152:21:50
3Groupama - FDJ44:33
4UAE Team Emirates1:05:17
5BORA - hansgrohe1:35:42
6Movistar Team1:42:17
7Team Arkéa Samsic1:43:01
8Bahrain - Victorious1:48:07
9Team DSM2:02:40
10Astana Qazaqstan Team2:21:39
12Intermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux2:29:02
13Trek - Segafredo2:32:16
14EF Education-EasyPost2:36:02
15Israel - Premier Tech2:36:12
16AG2R Citroën Team2:38:53
17B&B Hotels - KTM3:42:16
19Team BikeExchange - Jayco4:46:57
21Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team5:48:42
22Lotto Soudal6:07:44

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An American in France

What’s it like to be an American cyclist living in France? Watch to get professional road cyclist Joe Dombrowski’s view.