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Tour de France Femmes 2024&nbsp ;: a big start in the Netherlands and an arrival at Alpe d'Huez! The route

After the success of the 2023 edition, the Tour de France Femmes 2024 will set off from the Netherlands for eight stages which promise to be spectacular.

After a 2023 edition dominated by the Dutchwoman Demi Vollering and her team SD Worx, the Tour de France Femmes 2024 will start from Rotterdam in the Netherlands.  The first two half-stages of the next day will take place in the same country with a 6 kilometer time trial in the afternoon. The next day, the runners will still be ready to go. Rotterdam for the final stage exclusively in the Netherlands. The rest promises to be spectacular with a mix between the classic Amstel Gold Race and Liège Bastogne Liège before heading towards France. The end of this women's Tour de France promises to be grandiose with terrain carved out for all. for climbers with the arrival at Alpe de l’Huez. The total route of this 3rd edition of the Tour de France is 946 kilometers with a strong inclination towards the East of France.

The dates of the women's Tour de France< /h2>

The race, postponed due to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, will be held from August 12 to 18, and will consist of eight stages.

Map and route of the Tour de France women

Here is the map and route of the Tour de France women with a final finish on the women's side. de l'Alpe d'Huez

The stages of the Tour de France women

  • 1st stage on August 12: Rotterdam – The Hague (124km)
  • 2nd stage August 13: Dordrecht – Rotterdam (67km)
  • 3rd stage August 13: Rotterdam – Rotterdam (6.3km)
  • 4th stage on August 14: Valkenburg – Liège (122km)
  • 5th stage on August 15: Bastogne – Amnéville (150km)
  • 6th stage on August 16: Remiremont – Morteau (160km)
  • 7th stage on August 17: Champagnole – Le Grand Bornand (167 km)
  • 8th stage on August 18: Le Grand Bornand – Alpe d'Huez (1520km)

The favorites of the women's Tour de France

Demi Vollering (SD Worx) advances as the big favorite after the retirement of her main rival, Annemiek Van Vleuten. In addition to the main outsiders Katarzyna Niewiadoma (Canyon-SRAM), Gaia Realini (Lidl-Trek) and Elisa Longo Borghini (Lidl-Trek), the French will also have a card to choose from. play. Juliette Labous (DSM – Firmenich), in the top 5 over the first two editions, will aim for the podium. Cedrine Kerbaol (Ceratizit – WNT), best youngster last year, will also want to look good

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