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DIRECT. Tour de France 2024: Philipsen unbeatable ? Massive sprint expected, the 12th stage live

The 12th stage of the Tour de France this Thursday, July 11, could smile on the horizon. the escapement with a not-so-flat profile.

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16:36 – 25 kilometers

The peloton is now riding quite calmly and has clearly slowed down the pace for a few minutes while we are à 25 kilometers from Villeneuve-sur-Lot.

16:25 – The teams of the leaders & agrave; the front

In order to position themselves well before the finale and the traditional tension, the teams of the favorites are up for grabs. the front of the race à 32 kilometers from Villeneuve-sur-Lot.

16:15 – Finished for escape

The escape is over with 40 kilometers remaining in this 12th stage. Watch out for possible attacks in the finale.

16:10 – 15 seconds

The gap is more than minimal between the peloton and the breakaway with only 15 seconds between the two groups.

16:06 – The average

The runners à the front covered 46.2 kilometers in the third hour of the race, an average of 47.2 km/h since the start of the race. eacute;step.

15:55 – Still less than a minute ahead

The three leading men now, Valentin Madouas, Quentin Pacher (Groupama-FDJ) and Jonas Abrahamsen (Uno-X), are 53 seconds ahead of the platoon.

15:44 – Turgis distanced

Anthony Turgis could not resist à the acceleration of the breakaway and is distanced of the leading group. The gap has passed above the minute.

15:42 – Jonas Abrahamsen takes the last point

Valentin Madouas, Quentin Pacher (Groupama-FDJ), Jonas Abrahamsen (Uno-X) and Anthony Turgis (TotalEnergies) have just reached the top of the last climb of the day with the co ;te de Montcléra. The Norwegian takes the point once again.

15:30 – The expected rain ?

Thunderstorms and a heavy rain shower are expected in a few kilometers. The sky is cloudy, but we can't yet see the wet roads and that's good news for the Tour de France peloton.

15:21 – 1'30'' ahead

The peloton remains around 1'30'& apos; Valentin Madouas, Quentin Pacher (Groupama-FDJ), Jonas Abrahamsen (Uno-X) and Anthony Turgis (TotalEnergies) slowed down the pace a little to better give it your all in the last kilometers.

15:11 – Girmay settles that of the peloton

Biniam Girmay rules on his own side the sprint of the peloton in front of the Belgian Jasper Philipsen.

15:09 – Turgis wins the sprint

The intermediate sprint of this 12th stage of the Tour de France was very impressive. won by Anthony Turgis, without the latter being disputed; by the way.

15:02 – Less than 100 kilometers

There are only 100 kilometers left in this 12th stage of the Tour de France and the gap is still two minutes between the start and the next stage. chappée and the peloton.

14:55 – The average of the 2nd hour of racing

The pace has dropped, but still remains high. in this 12th step. The leading men covered 41.5 kilometers in the second hour of the race, an average of 46.6 km/h since the start of the race. ;éstep.

14:41 – Abandonment of Bilbao

Second abandonment of the day, it is the Spaniard Pello Bilbao who puts foot &agrav; land in this 12th stage of the Tour de France.

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The profile of the 21 steps

Here are the 21 stages of the Tour de France 2024 with all the cities which will host the start or finish of a ' ;eacute;step.

  • 1st stage, Saturday June 29: Florence-Rimini (206 km)
  • 2nd stage, Sunday June 30: Cesenatico-Bologna (200 km)
  • 3rd stage, Monday July 1: Plaisance-Turin (229 km)
  • 4th stage, Tuesday July 2: Pinerolo-Valloire (138 km)
  • 5th stage, Wednesday July 3: Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne-Saint-Vulbas (177 km)
  • 6th stage, Thursday July 4: MâDijon (163 km)
  • 7th stage, Friday July 5: Nuits-Saint-Georges-Gevrey-Chambertin, individual time trial (25 km)
  • 8th stage, Saturday July 6: Semur-en-Auxois-Colombey-les-Deux-Eglises (176 km)
  • 9th stage, Sunday July 7: Troyes-Troyes (199 km)
  • Rest day at Orleans, Monday July 8
  • 10th stage, Tuesday July 9: Orl&ans-Saint-Amand-Montrond (187 km)
  • 11th stage, Wednesday July 10: Evaux-les-Bains-Le Lioran (211 km)
  • 12th stage, Thursday July 11: Aurillac-Villeneuve-sur-Lot (204 km)
  • 13th stage, Friday July 12: Agen-Pau (171 km)
  • 14th stage, Saturday July 13: Pau-Saint-Lary-Soulan (152 km)
  • 15th stage, Sunday July 14: Loudenvielle-Plateau de Beille (198 km)
  • Rest day at Gruissan, Monday July 15
  • 16th stage, Tuesday July 16: Gruissan-N&imes (187 km)
  • 17th stage, Wednesday July 17: Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux-Superdévoluy (178 km)
  • 18th stage, Thursday July 18: Gap-Barcelonnette (179 km)
  • 19th stage, Friday July 19: Embrun-Isola 2000 (145 km)
  • 20th stage, Saturday July 20: Nice-Col de Couillole (133 km)
  • 21st stage, Sunday July 21: Monaco-Nice, individual time trial (34 km)
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