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Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) won the 2018 Criterium du Dauphine.
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2019 Criterium du Dauphine Route Map

2019 Criterium du Dauphine Stage 1 Profile

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- Results:  Criterium du Dauphine Results

- Stage 1 route map, profile and info in table below.

- Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) won the 2018 Criterium du Dauphine.

- 2019 Criterium du Dauphine Stage Previews, Towns, Timetables, Profiles:

Stage details Stage profiles
Stage 1: Sunday, June 9
Aurillac/Jussac (142 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 2: Monday, June 10
Mauriac/Craponne-sur-Arzon (180 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 3: Tuesday, June 11
Le Puy en Velay/Riom (172 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 4: Wednesday, June 12
Roanne/Roanne (26.1 km TTT)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 5: Thursday, June 13
Boën-sur-Lignon/Voiron (201 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 6: Friday, June 14
Saint-Vulbas Plaine de l'Ain/Saint-Michel-de-Maurienne (228 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 7: Saturday, June 15
Saint-Genix-les-Villages/Les Sept Laux-Pipay (133 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 8: Sunday, June 16
Cluses/Champéry (113.5 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.


- Art:  Criterium du Dauphine Art

- The 2019 Criterium du Dauphine is being held June 9-16.

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- Welcome to our live coverage guide for the 2019 Criterium du Dauphine (formerly Criterium du Dauphine Libere, aka Giro del Delfinato).

Recent winners of the Criterium du Dauphine:

2018: Geraint Thomas
2017: Jakob Fuglsang
Chris Froome
2015: Chris Froome
2014: Andrew Talansky
Chris Froome
2012: Bradley Wiggins
2011: Bradley Wiggins

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June 9-16, France
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2018 Criterium du Dauphine Route Map

2018 Criterium du Dauphine Stage 7 Profile


Notes from the 2018 Criterium du Dauphine

- Official site tracking/ticker LIVE here.  Cyclingnews ticker LIVE here.

- LIVE video here. (France 3, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here. (France tv, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here. (Rtbf la une, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here. (Rtp 2, geo-restricted)  -  LIVE video here. (SuperSport, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here. (Sky Sport, geo-restricted)  - Expected LIVE video here. (TV2/Sport.dk, geo-restricted)  - Expected LIVE video here. (SBS, geo-restricted)  - Expected LIVE video here. (Rai Sport, geo-restricted) 

- LIVE video here and here.  (Vrt/een, Dutch)

- Results: Bilbao wins in La Rosiere.  (Cyclingnews) - Thomas stays in control after intense mountain stage.

- Stage 7 route map, profile and info in table below.

- Pello Bilbao (Astana Pro Team) won Stage 6.  Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) remains overall leader.

- 2018 Criterium du Dauphine Stage Previews, Towns, Timetables, Profiles:

Stage details Stage profiles
Prologue: Sunday, June 3
Valence/Valence (6.6 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 1: Monday, June 4
Valence/Saint-Just-Saint-Rambert (179 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 2: Tuesday, June 5
Montbrison/Belleville (181 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 3: Wednesday, June 6
Pont-de-Vaux/Louhans-Châteaurenaud (35 km TTT)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 4: Thursday, June 7
Chazey-sur-Ain/Lans-en-Vercors (181 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 5: Friday, June 8
Grenoble/Valmorel (130 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 6: Saturday, June 9
Frontenex/La Rosière Espace San Bernardo (110 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 7: Sunday, June 10
Moûtiers/Saint-Gervais Mont Blanc (136 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.


- Steffen Radochla, sports director, Bora-Hansgrohe: "Lukas was in the breakaway of the day and Emanuel achieved another top ten result. He tried it on the final climb and was able to go with the other main GC contenders and finished sixth and moved up to 6thin the overall ranking. I think with all these results we can be more than satisfied."

- Emanuel Buchmann (Bora-Hansgrohe) following Stage 6: "On the final climb I tried to attack but of course the other GC contenders followed my attack. Bilbao was the fastest today and 4km before the finish, I couldn’t follow Yates but rode my own rhythm and finished sixth. In the overall ranking I moved up to 6thplace, which makes me really happy. Tomorrow will be a tough finale, but I think it suits me."

- Results: Dan Martin wins in Valmorel.  (Cyclingnews) - Geraint Thomas takes overall race lead.

- Dan Martin (UAE Team Emirates) following his Stage 5 victory: "Yesterday I attacked but couldn’t win, today it worked. I thought if I attacked, they’d let me go. I’m a little further back in the overall. I took the opportunity, everyone seemed to be in the red after Adam Yates attacked.  This success brings fantastic feelings, after second yesterday and a period of adjustment with the new team, where we all are getting familiar with each other.  The team was perfect, even when the wins don’t arrive, we are always a united group and I received constant support. That makes it all the better to add a victory as payback for everyone’s work."

- Dan Martin (UAE Team Emirates) won Stage 5.  Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) is new leader on G.C.

- News: Team Sky's Dauphine hierarchy takes shape on first summit finish.  (Cyclingnews) - Moscon in yellow but Thomas establishes himself as leader after Kwiatkowski struggles.

- News: Dan Martin back to his old self with Dauphine attack.  (Cyclingnews) - Irishman relieved to get a result after tough start at UAE Team Emirates.

- Results: Alaphilippe wins stage 4.  (Cyclingnews) - Moscon moves into race lead as Kwiatkowski gapped.

- Julian Alaphilippe (Quick-Step Floors) following his Stage 4 victory: "I am super happy, because this is a high-level race and all the riders are in very good shape. I knew this was the only day I could go for the win and told my teammates since the morning that I wanted to do something. Coming off an altitude training camp I didn’t have the best feelings, but I was extremely motivated to get a win in my home race, and having accomplished my goal gives me a lot of confidence with the start of the Tour de France just weeks away."

- Julian Alaphilippe (Quick-Step Floors) won Stage 4.  Gianni Moscon (Team Sky) took over the lead in the general classification.

- Results: Team Sky win team time trial.  (Cyclingnews) - Kwiatkowski moves back into race lead.

- Brent Bookwalter (BMC Racing) after the team finished second in the TTT: "I think we did well today and we should be proud of our effort. We rode solidly over the whole course. We were consistent, smooth and really strong but to pull off the win we would have needed an exceptional and unique ride.  It was a super fast course and we rode it this morning but it's always totally different at race speed. There weren't a lot of speed variations and not a lot of corners. I think we did a really good job staying together and relying on each other and working together."

- Team Sky won the Stage 3 Team Time Trial.  Michal Kwiatkowski (Team Sky) regained the overall race lead.

- News: Impey takes the initiative to move into yellow at Criterium du Dauphine.  (Cyclingnews) - Mitchelton-Scott all-in for Adam Yates' GC challenge.

- News: Kwiatkowski loses Dauphine lead after late crash on stage 2.  (Cyclingnews) - Team Sky rider avoids serious injury.

- News: Boasson Hagen joins sprint battle at Criterium du Dauphine.  (Cyclingnews) - 'Hopefully I can get a result at the Tour de France' says Norwegian.

- Results: Impey takes overall lead as Kwiatkowski crashes.  (Cyclingnews) - Ackermann wins stage 2 sprint in Belleville en Beaujolais.

- Steffen Radochla (Bora-Hansgrohe sports director): "Pascal took an impressive win today. The whole team did a stellar job and showed a strong lead-out. We are really happy about this victory but now focus on the team time trial and the upcoming mountain stages."

- Pascal Ackermann (Bora-Hansgrohe) following his victory on Stage 2: "I am more than happy with this victory. After my mistake yesterday, I wanted to make up for it today. I waited until the final metres to start my sprint and gave it all. The team brought me into a perfect position and did a great job today, therefore a huge thank you my teammates for their effort."

- Pascal Ackermann (Bora Hansgrohe) won Stage 2.  Daryl Impey (Mitchelton-Scott) is new leader on G.C.

- Results: Impey wins stage 1.  (Cyclingnews) - Kwiatkowski keeps race lead as South African champ moves into second.

- Daryl Impey (Mitchelton-Scott) following his victory on Stage 1: "It was a tough day all day, I actually didn't feel too good. I told Alex Edmondson he should go for the final himself and if I am there at the end I will try, but don't look after me, so I surprised myself at the end.  I found myself in a good position so decided to go at about 200metres, it was a long way out but I had good legs in the final.  I had no plan, even in the meeting when the team said we might go for you today, I thought it was a bit far fetched because I didn't know how I was going.  I surprised myself to beat guys like Kwiatkowski and Alaphilippe just before the Tour de France, so is a nice step in my career."

- Daryl Impey (Mitchelton-Scott) won Stage 1.  Michal Kwiatkowski (Team Sky) remains overall leader.

- Results: Kwiatkowski wins Criterium du Dauphine prologue.  (Cyclingnews) - Team Sky rider takes overall lead as teammate Geraint Thomas crashes.

- Lukas Pöstlberger (Bora-Hansgrohe) following the prologue: "After a period of training, I am back in race mode and I am satisfied with my result and my performance today. We will see what happens in the upcoming stages, but I look forward to the next days, and of course I will support our GC contender Emanuel as best as possible."

- Michal Kwiatkowski (Team Sky) won the prologue and is first leader in the general classification.

- News: Vincenzo Nibali: Dauphine is the best race to prepare for the Tour de France.  (Cyclingnews) - Italian returning to French tune-up race after two-year absence.

- News: Boswell ready to bounce back from 'disappointing' California performance.  (Cyclingnews) - American hoping to lock in Tour de France debut at Criterium du Dauphine.

- News: 10 riders to watch.  (Cyclingnews) - Key French stage race will show who's ready for the Tour.

- Preview: 2018 Criterium du Dauphiné Preview here.  (Cyclingnews) - Dan Martin, Bardet and Nibali headline 8-day race ahead of Tour de France.

- News: Bardet training at altitude in Sierra Nevada ahead of Dauphine.  (Cyclingnews) - AG2R team leader, third at last year's Tour de France, ready to step up.

- Max Sciandri (BMC Racing directeur sportif): "I think we have three riders, Damiano Caruso, Brent Bookwalter and Dylan Teuns, who can potentially go for the General Classification. Damiano has proved already this year at Tirreno-Adriatico that he can ride for the General Classification, but we will see what happens when we get there as I don't necessarily want to push him too much looking ahead to July.  Brent is coming out of a good ride in California, and I think he is a good option and also Dylan. We won overall at a few races last year together so we will definitely be looking at our plan as the race develops. There is also a team time trial to think about, and this is an important stage for us, as always. When we go into a TTT, we pretty much always deliver a good result so, we will try to do the same on stage 3."

- BMC Racing lineup for the Dauphiné:

Patrick Bevin (NZL)
Tom Bohli (SUI)
Brent Bookwalter (USA)
Damiano Caruso (ITA)
Joey Rosskopf (USA)
Dylan Teuns (BEL)
Danilo Wyss (SUI)
Sports Directors: Maximilian Sciandri (ITA), Jackson Stewart (USA)

- Team Sunweb roster for the 2018 Criterium du Dauphiné:

Phil Bauhaus (GER)
Roy Curvers (NED)
Johannes Fröhlinger (GER)
Lennard Hofstede (NED)
Tom Stamsnijder (NED)
Mike Teunissen (NED)
Martijn Tusveld (NED)

- Team Sunweb coach Aike Visbeek: "We line up at the Dauphiné on the hunt for stage results with our German sprinter Phil Bauhaus. It's a tough course with the race getting harder as it goes on, for the sprints we bring a strong lead out team with the experience of Johannes and Roy to help the younger guys on the road. Both Lennard and Roy are fresh out of playing a successful role in the team's Giro d'Italia success and the rest of the team are just back from California so all are motivated to continue the good form into the Dauphiné."

- Stage times:

Prologue - Sunday, June 3
Start at 12:08 CET, 6:08am ET
Finish at 14:50 CET, 8:50am ET

Stage 1 - Monday, June 4
Start at 11:45 CET, 5:45am ET
Finish at 16:28 CET, 10:28am ET

Stage 2 - Tuesday, June 5
Start at 11:50 CET, 5:50am ET
Finish at 16:31 CET, 10:31am ET

Stage 3 TT - Wednesday, June 6
Start at 14:50 CET, 8:50am ET
Finish at 16:32 CET, 10:32am ET

Stage 4 - Thursday, June 7
Start at 11:35 CET, 5:35am ET
Finish at 16:28 CET, 10:28am ET

Stage 5 - Friday, June 8
Start at 12:45 CET, 6:45am ET
Finish at 16:30 CET, 10:30am ET

Stage 6 - Saturday, June 9
Start at 11:00 CET, 5:00am ET
Finish at 14:48 CET, 8:48am ET

Stage 7 - Sunday, June 10
Start at 10:50 CET, 4:50am ET
Finish at 14:56 CET, 8:56am ET

- Official Start List here (provisional).

- Sunday's Criterium du Dauphine Prologue at Valence gets underway at 12:08pm CET (6:08am U.S. Eastern) with the departure of the first riderCriterium du Dauphine live streaming video should get underway at around 1:35pm CET (7:35am U.S. Eastern).

- Jakob Fuglsang (Astana) won the 2017 Criterium du Dauphiné.

- Art:  Criterium du Dauphine Art

- The 2018 Criterium du Dauphine is being held June 3-10.