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DIRECT. Tour de France 2024: possible change of Yellow Jersey during the sprint, the 3rd stage

The third stage of the Tour de France, the last in Italy, should finally smile on the sprinters. Remco Evenepoel, if he finishes two places ahead of Tadej Pogacar, could be in yellow this evening.


14:25 – Another 120 kilometers

And still nothing happens in this trètres This is a very long stage of the Tour de France. The sprinters' teammates set a tempo that seems to suit their needs. everyone.

Change of Yellow Jersey ?

The hierarchy in the general classification could be modified at the end of the 3rd stage knowing that Pogacar, Vingegaard, Evenepoel and Carapaz are timed. They occurred within the same second after the first two steps. They are currently being shared with each other. the addition of their places: 18 for the Slovenian, 20 for the Belgian, 29 for the Dane and 32 for the Ecuadorian. Which means that the leader of Soudal-Quick Step could take the jersey if he beats Slovenian by at least two places.

14:20 – The little discussion in the peloton between de Lie and Coquard on the 8th of the Euro

Les two riders delivered a very precise prediction for the round of 16 of France against Belgium.

14:14 – The sprint ranking

Here is the complete ranking of the interm&amp sprint ;eacute;diary:

  • 1. Pedersen, 20 pts
  • 2. Philipsen, 17 pts
  • 3. Coquard, 15 pts
  • 4. Starts, 13 pts
  • 5. Gaviria, 11 pts
  • 6. Girmay, 10 pts
  • 7. Abrahamsen, 9 pts
  • 8. Bennett, 8 pts
  • 9. Eekhoff, 7 pts
  • 10. Van den Berg, 6 pts
  • 11. Thissen, 5 pts
  • 12. Degenkolb, 4 pts
  • 13. McLay, 3 pts
  • 14. Jakobsen, 2 pts
  • 15. Dujardin, 1 pt

14:04 – Pedersen wins the intermediate sprint

Mads Pedersen takes the points of this intermediate sprint ahead of Philipsen and Coquard.

13:58 – 37.1 km/h average

The Tour de France peloton covered 36.9 kilometers in the second hour of the race, an average of 37.1 km/h since the start of the race. ;eacute;step.

13:45 – Another 150 kilometers

The peloton is still going quite fast on this day with no escape, only 150 kilometers left. browse to 'à Turin.

13:42 – Jorgenson at the doctor's level

The American from Visma, who fell yesterday on the second stage of the Tour de France, is up for grabs. side the medical car to change his dressings.

13:32 – Points for Abrahamsen

The platoon passed by at the top of the coast of Tortona-Fausto Coppi and Jonas Abrahamsen takes this little point

13:16 – The peloton approaches the first difficulty

Quietly, but surely, the peloton is approaching Tortona. A 4th category coastline of 1.1 km away. 6.3%.

13:01 – The race average

The peloton covered 37.3 km during the first hour of the race. Still no escape, the peloton's train is being led. by the sprinters' teammates.

12:50 – Ambitious rascal

"I feel good. It's the Tour de France, with the best sprinters in the world. So we're going to do our best" launched&eac; the Cofidis sprinter.

12:36 – Evenepoel can take yellow

To capture the first yellow jersey of his career, the Belgian must finish two places ahead of Tadej Pogacar without being ahead of him. of eleven places by Jonas Vingegaard or of fourteen places by Richard Carapaz. This gives a little spice to the meal. this stage especially if the Slovenian is looking to move forward. get rid of this responsibility.

12:35 – Van Aert wants to sprint

"I'will have Christophe Laporte à my side to take me away. It's the shortest train in history, but Christophe is one of the best pitchers you can have", explainedé the Belgian.

12:25 – A first on the Tour de France

This is the first time in 32 years that the first two straight stages have been won by breakaway riders. In 1992, the Frenchman Dominique Arnould won the championship. the 1st step. The next day, it was the Spaniard Javir Murguialday who won. in front of Richard Virenque.

12:23 – Still no escape

And we risk being like this for a long time while there are 200 kilometers left in this 3rd stage of the Tour de France.


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What are the dates for Tour de France 2024 ?

The Tour de France 2024 will take place from Saturday June 29 to Sunday July 21, 2024.

Map of the Tour de France

Here is the Tour de France map with a strong southern accent for this 2024 edition

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)
  • Stage 7, Friday 5 July: Nuits-Saint-Georges-Gevrey-Chambertin, individual time trial (25 km)
  • Stage 8, Saturday 6 July: Semur-en-Auxois-Colombey-les-Deux-Eglises (176 km)
  • Stage 9, Sunday 7 July: Troyes-Troyes (199 km)
  • Rest day at Orleans, Monday July 8
  • 10th stage, Tuesday July 9: Orleans-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 15 July
  • 16th stage, Tuesday 16 July: Gruissan-Nîmes (187 km)
  • 17th stage, Wednesday 17 July: Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux-Superdâevoluy (178 km)
  • 18th stage, Thursday 18 July: 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)
Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116