Tour de France Section 15 || American victory after a drought of 10 years – running, cycling, triathlon, swimming
צ פ ו | Summary of section 15
Tour de France 2021 excerpt from a film from Andorra la Vie, France-Andorra
Winner today: Sepp Kos, USA (Jumbo-Visma)
Finished in time of: 5:12:06 hours
Average speed: 36.8 km / h
distance: 191.3 places
From where to where: From the film Andorra to Via (France to Andorra)
What was on the track?
The second week of the Tour de France ends with the first test for riders in the Pyrenees. The 15th section was 191.3 km long in a mountain profile from a film to Andorra la Vieja at the end of the descent. From the heights of Cole de Beixalis there is a 14.5-drop drop to Andorra-la-Via. The riders entered the Pyrenees today for a sailing route with altitude. , Cole de Pomeranians (5.9 km at 4.6%), Port d’Anvalira (10.7 km at 6.2%) and Cole de Beixalis (6.4 km at 8.5%).
The course of the competition
Already presenting an actual coefficient retiring from the column another sprinter leading the race, Nasser Bohani, who is suffering from a fall from the fall in section 13 and has not improved with the gropto (back structure) of the green shirt Mark Cavendish.. This retirement puts the Arca-Samsik team with number three riders alone after the retirement of five of them- one of the surviving riders is a leading part Nairo Quintana.
With the jump of the section four riders attack among them also Thomas de Ghent andMichael Woods From Israel Startup. The guys who are returned according to the platoon but de Ghent attacks again, others alone. The first riders to follow the Flemish escape specialist are Steven Kreusswick, Dan Martin, Ruben Guerrero, Dylan Tunes, Sergio Hanau.
The cypress continues to grow when bridged to it after 30 km of many riders, among us the following prominent names: Wearing the polka dot shirt Michael Woods, Wat Falls, Wat Van Art, Sepp Cos, Alejandro Wolorda, Vincenzo Nivali, Dylan Van Barla, Lucas Potselberger, David Gaudo, Ion Izgayer, Michael Matthews, Nairo Quintana, Kelly Alisonda, Julian Alfilifa.
The Inaus team tried to candle and wake up the race in the 2,408-meter-high Fort Danvalira climb and Richard Carpaz also attacked the Cole de Beyxalis in the last climb today. This move isolates the Taday Fugacher Members of his team, but then he kept his cool and let the other riders in the top 10 attack each other in a battle for a place on the podium. The Slovenian Yagir also fired a few warning attacks and then finally stuck to the wheel of Jonas Winggord who tried a move of his own. The Slovenian in yellow looks invisibly fragile at the moment on the way to a second consecutive victory in the column.
The winning moves
Sef Kos (Yombo-Wisma) managed a bank in the long and connecting category in the Pyrenees, he breaks an American form in a 10-year column. The 26-year-old personal study opened an education of tens of seconds from the escape group climbing the Cole de Beixalis student and winding centers and then dived down to Andorra la Vie to win an impressive solo.
Kos managed to fend off a chase by veteran rider Alejandro Valvareda (Mobistar), who finished the day 23 seconds behind him. Wat Falls (Bahrain-Victorios) won the actual third place sprint ahead of the survivors of the quality escape. At the back Pugacher was in complete control of his opponents to maintain the overall five-minute advantage. Today’s big loser was Guillaume Martin (Cupid). He was on second place and his entity. Riders are enjoying tomorrow (Monday) a worthy day of rest in Andorra, with the race in the Pyrenees resumed on Tuesday with a mountain section of 169 places.
Israel Startup Nation
Canadian Michael Woods today lost the dotted ball to Wat Poels who leads with 74 points, but not without a fight. He found me with 66 points in second place after the Dutchman in the technology points ranking. The rider who finishes in the best position today from the group is the Irishman Dan Martin Finishing in eighth place, 1:22 minutes behind a winner as we are part of the release team.
Close up on section 16 – Tuesday
On Tuesday, July 13, the 16th section of the Tour de France will start at 14:05 and is in a hill profile that is very suitable for a winning escape group. Seems to be a fairly difficult graded climb beyond an almost completely smooth end section, except for a short hill (graded 4) within the last 10 miles. The route will stretch a great 169 km.
The race departs from the Passe de la Case, a commune on the Andorra-French border. Actually, the riders descend on the Voice de Pomorens for the first few miles it is beyond the mountains they actually climbed before the day of rest. The route continues downhill before the first climb of the day presents after about 70 places. The length of the Col de Port is 17 camps with an average slope of 4.6%.
Next up is the Col de la Corre, which is a 14-mile climb with a 6.3% incline. The forfeiture then continues to the infamous Cole de Port d’Aspet. A 5.4-mile incline with a 7.1% incline, the hardest parts to find another part. For dessert, the last 1.4 miles are on a steep 10% incline.
On the descent the riders pass the monument in memory of Fabio Casertelli, who crashed a special point in the Tour de France during 1995. The 1992 Olympic champion lost consciousness as a result of the crash and his injuries were found to be fatal.
The summit of Port d’Aspet Education to a store of 30 of the designation places in Saint-Goudens. With time bonuses of 10, 6 and 4 seconds.
Favorites to win section 16:
*** Jacob Fogelsang, Julian Alfilifa
** Mark Hirsch, Wat Poels, Ion Izgier, Dylan Theones, Mattia Catano
* Sergio Higita, Thomas de Ghent, Nilsson Pauls
Results of the first ten riders in section 15:
1 Sepp Kos (USA) Jumbo-Wisma 05:12:06
2 Alejandro Valvareda (Spa) Movistar Team 00:00:23
3 Watt Poels (Ned) Bahrain winner 00:01:15
4 Ion Izgirra Insosti (Spa) Astana-Premier Tech 00:01:15
5 Ruben Guerreiro (Por) EF Education-Nippo 00:01:15
6 Quintana Paper (Voice) Arkia-Samcic Team 00: 01:15
7 David Gaudo (Fra) Groupama-FDJ 00:01:15
8 Daniel Martin (Ireland) Israel Start-up Nation 00:01:22
9 Frank Bonmore (Fra) B&B Hotels p / b KTM 00:01:22
10 Aurélien Paret Peintre (Fra) AG2R Team Citroën 00:01:22
The first ten riders in the overall GC classification after section 15:
1 Tadej Pogacar (Slo) United Arab Emirates 62:07:18
2 Rigoberto Oran (Cole) EF Education-Nippo 00:05:18
3 Jonas Wingard (Dan) Jumbo-Wisma 00:05:32
4 Richard Carpaz (Echo) Inaus Grenadier 00:05:33
5 Ben O’Connor (Aus) AG2R Citroen Team 00:05:58
6 Wilco Calderman (Ned) Bora-Hensgroa 00:06:16
7 Alexei Lutsenko (Kaz) Astana-Premier Tech 00:07:01
8 Enrique Mas Nicolaou (Spa) Mobistar Team 00:07:11
9 Guillaume Martin (Fra) Cofidis 00:07:58
10 Flo Bilbao Lopez de Armentia (Spa) Bahrain wins 00:10:59
Wearing the shirts after section 15:
Yellow Shirt (GC columnist) – Taday Fogacher, Slovenia (United Arab Emirates)
Green Shirt (The Leading Sprint Accelerator) -Mark Cavendish, UK (Deceuninck-QuickStep)
Dotted Shirt (Mountaineering Leading Climber) -Nairo Quintana, Colombia (Team Arkea-Samsic)
White Shirt (Leading Young Rider GC) – Taday Fogacher, Slovenia (United Arab Emirates)
Leading company in the ranking – Bahrain Victorius (Bahrain wins)
Today’s Most Offensive Rider – Watt Van Art, Belgium (Jumbo-Visma)
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