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DIRECT. Tour de France 2024: Vingegaard's tears and victory by KO, the ranking

“LIVE. Tour de France 2024: Vingegaard's tears and victory by KO, the ranking”

At the end of an incredible duel, Jonas Vingegaard won. on the 11th stage of the Tour de France this Wednesday July 10.

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17:30 – VIDEO. Vingegaard's victory

Relive the final sprint on this 11th stage of the Tour de France with the victory of the Dane face à Pogacar.

17:13 – Pogacar's reaction

At the microphone of France TV, Tadej Pogacar admitted his defeat against Jonas Vingegaard. "Vingegaard éwas very strong. He succeeded in achieving this goal. beat me in the sprint, well done à him ! It was a very nice day for me. It's beautifulà see, no one can now doubt the form of Jonah. The fight will be à equal arms with Evenepoel and Roglic too."

17:00 – The Bardet bend in video

À cause of the intensity of the race, we didn't have time to share this Bardet turn, here are the images.

16:59 – "Three months ago I wondered? if I wasn't going to die"

"Only three months ago, I wondered? if I wasn't going to die. &Being here today is something special. I'm surprised, I knew I was going to have an acceptable level but I didn't think I would have such a level" explained again at the microphone of France TV.

The Danish runner was in tears at the start. At the end of this step it is time to react. "Of course, it's very moving for me! Coming back from this fall… I have no words, çit means a lot. I'm thinking à everything that happened in the last 3 months. I could never have done it without my family."

16:36 – Vingegaard takes a second à Pogacar

With the bonus game, Jonas Vingegaard takes only one second in the general ranking on Tadej Pogacar and remains 3rd in the general ranking ;general à 1'16'' from Slovenia.

16:34 – The photo finish

The Vingegaard's victory was achieved thanks to à the photo finish on the finish line. What a sprint between the two men and what a psychological victory also for the Dane.

16:31 – Evenepoel 3rd

The Belgian Remco Evenepoel limits the damage and finishes at 100%. third place in this stage.

At the end of a spectacular stage, it is the Danish Jonas Vingegaard who won the championship in the sprint in front of the Slovenian. What a sprint!

16:28 – The kilometer

Jonas Vingegaard or Tadej Pogacar ? The two men compete for stage victory while we are at the kilometer!

16:28 – Fall of Roglic!

Slovenian Primoz Roglic has fallen in the descent while he was in Remco Evenepoel's wheel.

16:23 – Always 40 seconds between groups

The gap between the Pogacar/Vingegaard group and Evenepoel/Roglic is still 36 seconds while we are at 36 seconds. 4 kilometers from the finish.

16:19 – Last ascent< /h3>

We set off for the Col de Font de Cère, the last climb of the day for the peloton.< /p>

16:14 – The decision in the Col de Font de Cère

There remains only one climb with the Col de Font de Cère. The stage victory should be decided between the two.

16:14 – Another 8 kilometers

There are only 8 kilometers left in this 11th stage. The Pogacar and Vingegaard duo are more than 30 seconds ahead of the Evenepoel group.

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

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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)
  • 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)
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