The Dane Jonas Vingegaard won the race. on the roads of the Critérium du Dauphiné with a certain ease all week long.
He crushed competition. Jonas Vingegaard, last winner of the Tour de France, won the race. hands down the 2023 edition of the Critérium du Dauphiné by winning two stages and inflicting significant gaps. À Upon arrival, the Jumbo rider, satisfied, still said he was surprised at the situation. of the different gaps that he was able to create throughout the week. A good omen for the Tour de France which is approaching soon. big step.
It's something huge to win this race, one of the most important in the world. I am of course very happy. I can be very satisfied with this week, I am in good shape and the whole team was great. fantastic. I'm a little surprised I dug into it. as many gaps in the general ranking (2'23' on his runner-up Adam Yates, the biggest gap between the first and second of the runner-up) ;in the 21st century, editor’s note). Now I'm going to take a few days of rest and then I'm going to continue preparing for the Tour de France. I still have a little work, but not much.
Here is the ranking of the Critérium du Dauphiné 2023
Results powered by FirstCycling.com What is the route of the Crit&eac;rium du Dauphiné 2023?
It is a real preparation for the Tour de France which will pass through the five mountain ranges in 2023. The Critérium du Dauphiné 2023 will connect the Auvergne region to the Alps. Runners will cross 10 departments and will have to pedal on 27 climbs for 21,505m of elevation gain. positive.
What are the dates Crit&eac;rium du Dauphiné 2023?
The Critérium du Dauphiné 2023 revealed Thursday, February 16 took place from Sunday, June 4 to Sunday, June 11.
What TV channel is broadcast on? the Critérium du Dauphiné 2023?
France Télévisions and Eurosport have the television rights and broadcast the Critérium du Dauphiné 2023 to follow from June 4 to June 11.
What are the stages of the Critérium du Dauphiné 2023?
The stages were intended for climbers.
Sunday, June 4: Chambon-sur-lac – Chambon-sur-lac, 157.7km
Monday, June 5 : Brassac-les-Mines – La Chaise-Dieu, 167.3 km
Tuesday June 6 : Monistrol-sur-Loire – Le Coteau, 191.3 km
Wednesday June 7: Course – Belmont-de-la-Loire, 31.1 km
Thursday June 8 : Cormoranche-Sur-Saô ;ne – Salins-les-Bains, 191.1 km
Friday June 9: Nantua – Crest-Voland, 168.2 km
Saturday June 10: Porte-de-Savoie– Col de la Croix de Fer , 147.7 km
Sunday June 11 : Le Pont-de-Claix – The Bastille, 152 .8 km