Tour de France 2022
The best runners
VAN AERT Wout
Mathieu VAN DER POEL
2021 POGAČAR Tadej
2020 POGAČAR Tadej
BERNAL Egan 2019
2018 THOMAS Geraint
2017 Froome Chris
2016 Froome Chris
2015 Froome Chris
2014 NIBALI Vincenzo
2013 Froome Chris
01/07 Stage 1 (ITT) | Copenhagen – Copenhagen (13k)
A huge crowd took to the streets of the Danish capital this afternoon and cheered on all the runners. As announced, the rain came and made the task of the majority of the actors very difficult.
Slippery road, dangerous turn, it was not easy to take risks while staying on your bike. The tenors have nevertheless succeeded in this perilous mission like Wout Van Aert, Tadej Pogacar, Filippo Ganna and Mathieu Van der Poel.
A ranking that seemed logical before seeing another Belgian, Yves Lampaert, coming to top everyone after a breathtaking time, certainly contested on a slightly less humid course.
The Quick Step rider achieves the feat and becomes the first yellow jersey of this 109th edition of the Tour.
02/07 Stage 2 | Roskilde-Nyborg (199k)
Some followers promised hell on this first stage with in particular the crossing of the Grand Belt Bridge, 18km long. But by dint of talking too much, the bridge gave birth to a mouse and nothing happened at all, apart from a few falls.
The peloton set off three kilometers from the goal when a final cabriole will condemn many sprinters. The most skilful, or the luckiest come out and it is finally Fabio Jakobsen who offers the Quick Step a second consecutive success.
Wout Van Aert, again second, takes the yellow jersey.
03/07 Stage 3 | Vejle – Sonderborg (182k)
This start of the Tour in Denmark was a huge popular success but for the rest, we will come back. Like the day before, this stage was totally boring with an apathetic peloton and no offensive hope.
Only Magnus Cort Nielsen attempted a little ballad. In short, only the sprint was interesting with a Dylan Groenewegen who was able to sneak in the last meters to get ahead of the yellow jersey Wout Van Aert once again second.
05/07 Stage 4 | Dunkirk – Calais (172k)
06/07 Stage 5 | Lille – Wallers-Arenberg (155k)
07/07 Stage 6 | Binche – Longwy (220k)
08/07 Stage 7 | Tomblaine – The Beautiful Girls Super Board (176k)
09/07 Stage 8 | Dole – Lausanne (184k)
07/10 Stage 9 | Eagle – Châtel the gates of the Sun (183k)
07/12 Stage 10 | Morzine – Megeve (148k)
07/13 Stage 11 | Albertville – Col de Granon (149k)
07/14 Stage 12 | Briancon – Alpe d’Huez (166k)
07/15 Stage 13 | Bourg d’Oisans – Saint-Etienne (193k)
07/16 Stage 14 | Saint-Etienne – Mende (195k)
07/17 Stage 15 | Rodez – Carcassonne (200k)
07/19 Stage 16 | Carcassonne – Foix (179k)
20/07 Stage 17 | Saint-Gaudens – Peyragudes (130k)
21/07 Stage 18 | Lourdes – Hautacam (143k)
22/07 Stage 19 | Castelnau-Magnoac – Cahors (189k)
23/07 Stage 20 (ITT) | Lacapelle-Marival – Rocamadour (40k)
24/07 Stage 21 | Paris La Defense – Paris (Champs-Élysées) (112k)