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2017 Tour de France Art by Garth Bayley:  The peloton on Stage 11.
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2017 Tour de France Stage 21 Profile

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LIVE video here.  (English, U.S.A.)

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- Expected LIVE video here.  (Sporza, Dutch)

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- Stage 21 times: Sunday's Tour de France Stage 21 departs Montgeron at 4:40pm CET (10:40am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Paris at around 7:18pm CET (1:18pm U.S. Eastern).Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 4:00pm CET (10:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Maciej Bodnar (Bora-Hansgrohe) won Stage 20.  Chris Froome (Team Sky) remains overall leader. 

- 2017 Tour de France Stage Previews, Towns, Timetables, Profiles:

Stage details Stage profiles
Stage 1: Saturday, July 1
Düsseldorf/Düsseldorf (14 km Individual Time Trial)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 2: Sunday, July 2
Düsseldorf/Liège (203.5 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 3: Monday, July 3
Verviers/Longwy (212.5 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 4: Tuesday, July 4
Mondorf-les-Bains/Vittel (207.5 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 5: Wednesday, July 5
Vittel/La planche des belles filles (160.5 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 6: Thursday, July 6
Vesoul/Troyes (216 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 7: Friday, July 7
Troyes/Nuits-Saint-Georges (213.5 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 8: Saturday, July 8
Dole/Station des rousses (187.5 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 9: Sunday, July 9
Nantua/Chambéry (181.5 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Rest Day: Monday, July 10 - Dordogne -
 
Stage 10: Tuesday, July 11
Périgueux/Bergerac (178 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 11: Wednesday, July 12
Eymet/Pau (203.5 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 12: Thursday, July 13
Pau/Peyragudes (214.5 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 13: Friday, July 14
Saint-Girons/Foix (101 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 14: Saturday, July 15
Blagnac/Rodez (181.5 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 15: Sunday, July 16
Laissac-Sévérac l'Église/Le Puy-en-Velay (189.5 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Rest Day: Monday, July 17 - Le Puy-en-Velay -  
Stage 16: Tuesday, July 18
Le Puy-en-Velay/Romans-sur-Isère (165 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 17: Wednesday, July 19
La Mure/Serre-Chevalier (183 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 18: Thursday, July 20
Briançon/Izoard (179.5 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 19: Friday, July 21
Embrun/Salon-de-Provence (222.5 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 20: Saturday, July 22
Marseille/Marseille (22.5 km ITT)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 21: Sunday, July 23
Montgeron/Paris Champs-Élysées (103 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.

 

- Tour de France Start List.

- Stage 20 start times:  Saturday's Tour de France Stage 20, a 22.5km Individual Time Trial from Marseille to Marseillegets underway at 1:45pm CET (7:45am U.S. Eastern) with the departure of the first rider. Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around *12:55pm CET (*6:55am U.S. Eastern).

Edvald Boasson Hagen (Team Dimension Data) won Stage 19.  Chris Froome (Team Sky) remains overall leader. 

* Women's La Course pursuit race followed by full live coverage of the men's ITT

- Saturday's Women's La Course by le TDF Stage 2 pursuit event gets underway at 1:00pm CET (7:00am U.S. Eastern).  Details here.  There will be live streams beginning at around 12:55pm CET (6:55am U.S. Eastern).

News: Boasson Hagen prevails on longest stage. (Cyclingnews) - Breakaway sticks as Froome cruises in maillot jaune.

La Course Stage 2 - 

- LIVE video here. (France tv, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here. (itv4, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here. (Rtbf, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here. (Sporza, geo-restricted)  

- LIVE video here and here.  (French, France 3)

- LIVE video here.  (Sporza, Dutch)

- Stage 19 times: Friday's Tour de France Stage 19 departs Embrunat 12:15pm CET (6:15am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Salon-de-Provence at around 5:47pm CET (11:47am U.S. Eastern).Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 11:55am CET (5:55am U.S. Eastern).

Warren Barguil (Team Sunweb) won Stage 18.  Chris Froome (Team Sky) remains leader in the general classification.

News: Barguil wins on the Izoard. (Cyclingnews) - Froome survives final mountain test in yellow, Bardet gets over Uran.

- Amaël Moinard (BMC Racing) after Stage 18: "It was hard. It was a big group in front and it wasn't turning well. It was really fast so it was very hard. It wasn't easy to think about the win because it wasn't very well organized in front. We would have needed five or six minutes at the base of the Col d'Izoard to have a chance. I am happy that I was in front today. I am happy with my last days of the Tour, all of the time I have been present and that's what I will remember. We were hoping to go for the win but we would have needed more time."

- Warren Barguil (Team Sunweb) after his Stage 18 victory, his second victory of the race: "This is really fantastic, I can't believe it.  It's really a dream to take another win. I wanted to take some extra time in the GC so I just rode my own climb and paced myself to the top. I managed to close to the leader and then when I still had the legs left, I continued to the line. It's brilliant for us to have four stage victories now, it's unbelievable."

- Stage 18 times: Thursday's Tour de France Stage 18 departs Briançon at 12:45pm CET (6:45am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Izoard at around 5:34pm CET (11:34am U.S. Eastern). Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 12:20pm CET (6:20am U.S. Eastern).

- Primoz Roglic (Team LottoNL-Jumbo) won Stage 17.  Chris Froome (Team Sky) remains leader on G.C.

News: Roglic soars to victory in Serre Chevalier. (Cyclingnews) - Aru distanced on descent from Galibier, slips out of podium position.

- Women's La Course by le TDF Stage 1 -

- LIVE video here. (France tv, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here. (itv4, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here. (Rtbf, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here. (Sporza, geo-restricted) 

- The Women's Stage 1 of La Course by le Tour de France is Thursday.  This will be broadcast LIVE starting at 9:55am CET (3:55am U.S. Eastern) and we'll have live feeds.

- Stage 17 times: Wednesday's Tour de France Stage 17 departs La Mure at 12:10pm CET (6:10am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Serre-Chevalier at around 5:36pm CET (11:36am U.S. Eastern). Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 11:55am CET (5:55am U.S. Eastern).

- Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb) won Stage 16 ahead of Edvald Boasson Hagen and John Degenkolb.  Chris Froome (Team Sky) remains overall leader.

News: GC battle ready to reignite in Alpine double-header - Preview. (Cyclingnews) - 'There are complex days ahead,' says overall runner-up Fabio Aru.

News: Degenkolb could still be punished for post-sprint spat with Matthews. (Cyclingnews) - 'You are obviously very angry if you cannot go for the victory,' says Trek-Segafredo rider.

News: Matthews wins stage 16. (Cyclingnews) - Australian pips Boasson Hagen and Degenkolb in Romans-sur-Isère.

- Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb) following his Stage 16 victory: "Today our plan was open and we were prepared for different scenarios, as it was difficult to predict how the stage would unfold.  Once we heard that there were splits in the peloton we were all really motivated to push on and extend the gap. From then on it was an eight-man team time trial to the finish and I was able to finish off the job in the last 500 metres. I'm so grateful for these opportunities and to take the win after the guys worked incredibly hard today is really special."

News: Invention more important than tactics in final week, says Aru. (Cyclingnews) - Sardinian primed to attack in the Alps.

News: Contador: A lot can still happen at the Tour de France. (Cyclingnews) - Spaniard hopes to do something special in the final week of what has been a bruising Tour so far.

News: Sagan calls decision to throw him out of Tour de France a 'mistake'. (Cyclingnews) - World Champion says jury did not consult him before making ruling.

News: Quintana: You have to accept defeat with the same humility as victory. (Cyclingnews) - Colombian says a stage win is the team goal in final week.

News: Uran and Cannondale-Drapac stay 'tranquilo' as Tour de France shakedown nears. (Cyclingnews) - 'Yellow is there for us to take,' suggests Phinney.

News: 10 stages that shook the Tour de France. (Cyclingnews) - The 10 most exciting stages of the last four decades.

- Stage 15 winner Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo): "This is for sure my biggest win. I just can't believe it! This is what I have worked so hard for the last few years. The Tour de France has always been the most important race for me, always been my dream, and finally, I have won a stage.  The last kilometers were really hard. I knew I had to try because I am not so explosive and I would not have won the sprint," explained Mollema about his attack. "I was pushing all the time, and in one moment it came back to 11 seconds. At that moment, I was thinking I have to go; I don’t want to lose it now."

- Stage 16 times: Tuesday's Tour de France Stage 16 departs Le Puy-en-Velay at 1:30pm CET (7:30am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Romans-sur-Isère at around 5:20pm CET (11:20am U.S. Eastern). Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 12:55pm CET (6:55am U.S. Eastern).

- Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo) won Stage 15.  Chris Froome (Team Sky) retained the lead in the general classification.

- Monday is a rest day at the Tour de France.  The race resumes Tuesday with Stage 16.

News: Tony Martin: The Tour de France is no kindergarten. (Cyclingnews) - Katusha-Alpecin rider comes up short after rolling the dice in the Massif Central.

News: Yates aggressive in Le Puy-en-Velay finale. (Cyclingnews) - Orica-Scott rider in control of white jersey ahead of second rest day.

News: Contador celebrates Mollema's Tour de France stage win. (Cyclingnews) - Trek-Segafredo rider rises to ninth place overall ahead of big third week.

News: Aru and Astana look to the Alps for hope and inspiration. (Cyclingnews) - "Now on it'll be up someone else to control the race".

News: Froome survives attacks and mechanical in the Massif Central. (Cyclingnews) - Updated: "I wasn't sure if I'd get back on again," admits Tour de France leader.

News: Bardet, AG2R La Mondiale make a statement of intent in Massif Central. (Cyclingnews) - French team takes heart from splitting the bunch and dropping Froome.

News: Quintana tumbles from Tour de France top 10 as accumulated fatigue sets in. (Cyclingnews) - Colombian loses four minutes on the road to Le Puy-en-Velay.

News: Landa ordered to wait for Froome in Massif Central crisis. (Cyclingnews) - Spaniard slots back into pure domestique duty.

News: Mollema wins from breakaway in Le Puy-en-Velay. (Cyclingnews) - Froome withstands AG2R La Mondiale attack on Bardet's home roads.

- Dan Martin (Quick-Step Floors): "Everybody was on their limit on the last two climbs, and it's really no surprise, as this week has been brutal. After the last ascent, I noticed how tired everyone was and how they kept looking at each other, so I said to give it a try. Can't say the plan at the start of the day was to attack, I just seized the opportunity. I am happy with my legs and now I'm looking forward to the rest day. After this, we'll see what the last week holds and what I can do in the Alps."

- Jay McCarthy (Bora-Hansgrohe) after Stage 14: "I knew I had just one bullet in today's stage and that was the final, uphill 600m. I had to stay calm during the day and avoid any unnecessary moves that would make me spend energy and jeopardise our goal. The team did a brilliant job in protecting me and setting me up for the finish. Ideally, I could have been a bit closer to the front but I think I was well positioned in the final corner, as I was able to keep my momentum and pass many riders that were struggling in the tough climb. I'm happy with my performance today and the fifth place I got."

- Stage 15 times: Sunday's Tour de France Stage 15 departs Laissac-Sévérac l'Église at 1:00pm CET (7:00am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Le Puy-en-Velay at around 6:02pm CET (12:02pm U.S. Eastern). Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 12:55pm CET (6:55am U.S. Eastern).

- Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb) won Stage 14 ahead of Greg Van Avermaet and Edvald Boasson Hagen.  Chris Froome (Team Sky) is back in yellow as leader in the general classification.

- Fabio Baldato, BMC Pro Team Sports Director: "We knew before the start that Michael Matthews was a big contender and Team Sunweb also worked with us to keep the bunch together for the sprint. Thanks to our guys for what they did today. Everyone executed their job 100% from the beginning to the end. Really, all seven of the guys and Greg were amazing. Greg tried as hard as he could and was so close to the win. We still have other opportunities and I think with the spirit in this team, we can still do something."

- More from Van Avermaet: "The finish went how I wanted it to go because there was a lot of wind. I was hoping that I didn't have to go too early and I think the two Belgian guys, Oliver Naesen and Philippe Gilbert did a good job and I was in a perfect position. Then, I tried to launch my sprint to victory but Matthews was amazingly strong and he deserved the victory today."

- Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing), post-Stage 14: "The beginning was really easy and then we made the race hard until the climbs. I think we did a really good job to make the race hard which was better for me because then everyone was suffering and I had a little bit more punch in the end. I think we did what we had to do but I got beaten by one guy who was stronger so, in the end, cycling can be simple.  With Richie Porte out of the Tour de France, one of the main objectives was a stage win with me. We tried and we were second but there are still some stages to come so I think we can be confident and we can try another time."

- Edvald Boasson Hagen (Team Dimension Data) following Stage 14: "The guys did a great job. Scott (Thwaites) and Reinie (Janse van Rensburg) put me in a good position for the final. I tried not to go too deep at the beginning of the ascent but then, a gap opened up and I had to go around riders in order to close it. Afterwards, it was too late for me to fight for the win. I’m not surprised that Matthews won. He was my favorite today, which is why I stayed close to him all day. Now, we will look ahead. My shape is good and I hope to get another chance to fight for a stage win later in the race."

- More Simon Yates (Orica-Scott) after Stage 14: "There was a bit of wind out today and we really did a great job of keeping position. We were always in the front, whenever there was a slightly dangerous moment we were there, and I think we had a great presence today."

News: LeMond urges Sky to attack tired Aru. (Cyclingnews) - Former yellow jersey winner suggests British team 'go from the gun' on stage 15.

News: Analysis: Froome retakes yellow as Sky prove to be the Tour's A-Team. (Cyclingnews) - Roster strength is vital after splits form during the uphill finish to Rodez.

News: Movistar are 'burning out' Quintana, father claims. (Cyclingnews) - Should not have been made to ride both Giro and Tour.

News: Trek-Segafredo off the pace in Rodez Tour de France finish. (Cyclingnews) - Contador loses time in stage 14 finale.

News: Jay McCarthy impresses in Rodez for Bora-Hansgrohe. (Cyclingnews) - Australian rides to fifth place.

- Simon Yates (Orica-Scott) after Stage 14: "I lost a few seconds to the guys at the very front there but I was in good position, as always I gave it my maximum and I am happy with that.  I put a bit of time into other guys that are close to me as well so it was a good day all round.  From the bottom to the top (of the climb) it was sprinting full gas. If you were a little bit caught out there was nothing you could do."

- Aike Visbeek, Sunweb coach: "We knew from the beginning that today would be a big chance for Michael and the team and we knew that it was our responsibility to take control. The team had a long, hard day ahead of them but they handled it really well. In the final Michael still had two from the team with him and he finished it off perfectly. It's an incredible team victory and a reward for everybody's hard work."

- Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb) after his Stage 14 victory: "I'm super happy to get the win for the team today.  We were all really focused even though there was a lot of pressure and expectations. The team have worked so hard for the whole Tour de France so for us to take two in a row is incredible and we couldn't ask for anything more. The dedication from everyone shows how motivated they are and how much they believe in the same shared goal. We've prepared and worked so hard hoping to take the win today and we've done it, it's a really special victory for us all."

- Simon Yates (Orica-Scott) after Stage 13: "I enjoy days like today where you can really get stuck in and give it a go.  It was a short stage, very aggressive and I’m sure it was exciting to watch. Yesterday was more about survival because it was such a long day and you really have to worry about a lot of things and saving the legs.  I felt OK today, I wasn’t super on the final climb but I managed to get back and then it was a heap of games between the guys down the descent in the last 30km.  I managed to sneak away, catch Dan (Martin) and we worked well to the finish. We put a little bit of time into some guys, it was only a few seconds in the end but everything helps."

- Stage 14 times: Saturday's Tour de France Stage 14 departs Blagnac at 1:00pm CET (7:00am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Rodez at around 5:39pm CET (11:39am U.S. Eastern). Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 12:55pm CET (6:55am U.S. Eastern).

- Warren Barguil (Team Sunweb) won Stage 13 ahead of Nairo Quintana and Alberto Contador.  Fabio Aru (Astana) retained the lead in the general classification.

- Team Sunweb D.S.  Aike Visbeek following Stage 13: "We believed in the team's ability to take a stage victory at the Tour and everybody has remained committed to that goal so it's great that all of our hard work has paid off. Our aim today was for Warren to ride offensively both for the stage win and to defend his KOM jersey. He remained motivated and calm going into the final, pacing everything to perfection. This victory is great for the team morale and a well deserved win after some challenging days in the mountains."

- Warren Barguil (Team Sunweb) had this to say following his Stage 13 victory: "This is an incredible victory to take, it hasn't sunk in properly yet.  We were close already on Sunday, but we kept our confidence and chosed an offensive strategy from the beginning today. After I made it up the first climb I knew that I wasn't going to give up. Before I knew it I was at 800 metres to go looking at the other guys and I knew who would attack and when and I used that to my advantage as a lead-out for my sprint. I've been so close to the win quite a few times now so to have the winning feeling back today is incredible. Of course a victory on Bastille day makes this even more special."

- Serge Pauwels (Team Dimension Data) following Stage 13: "I was hoping to get into the breakaway at some point but it was so intense the whole day. Only the best climbers were left at the front. I tried to hang on to the yellow jersey group and I was only dropped on the last two kilometers of the final climb. I think I rode a good stage. My condition is good and that gives me confidence for the Alps."

- Stage 13 times: Friday's Tour de France Stage 13 departs Saint-Girons at 2:35pm CET (8:35am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Foix at around 5:23pm CET (11:23am U.S. Eastern). Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around *1:45pm CET (*7:45am U.S. Eastern).

- Romain Bardet (AG2R-la-Mondiale) won Stage 12.  Fabio Aru (Astana) took the leader's yellow jersey from Chris Froome who is now second overall at 6 seconds.

- *Rai's pre-race coverage for Stage 13 starts at this time.  Most TV broadcast coverage starts from around 2:15pm CET (8:15am U.S. Eastern)

- Patxi Vila (BORA-hansgrohe Team Coach): "Our first goal today was to put Emanuel Buchmann and Pawel Poljanski in the initial breakaway. They tried hard, but unfortunately they didn’t make it. The truth is that with a flat first half of the stage, the escape included some fast riders and it would have been very difficult for Emu and Pawel to follow the pace. In that aspect, our first objective of the stage wasn’t achieved. With regard to Emu’s race afterwards, he chose to ride at his own rhythm, not spending too much energy. He wasn’t able to follow the GC group, but in the end he finished where I had expected him to finish. I feel quite confident that he has the energy and legs to try his chances again tomorrow in the breakaway."

- Fabio Baldato, BMC Sports Director following Stage 12: "I'm really happy with what Damiano Caruso did today. It was amazing. There were only ten riders in front and as we know, we brought Damiano here in support of Richie Porte. I'm really happy with the great reaction he has given. It was great to have Stefan Küng in the breakaway of the day. He rode really well but the parcours was not the best for him. It was a good stage for the team and I'm sure if we fight like this we can bring something home. Tomorrow we will have another breakaway, more for the climbers. I expect a fast start with attacks immediately on the climb."

- Stefan Küng (BMC Racing): "The objective was to have someone in the breakaway but I didn't really try too hard. I was at the front of the peloton after 25km and Thomas De Gendt (Lotto Soudal) went. I was on his wheel so we went. We didn't have a huge advantage because with all of the climbs at the end, it was hard. I tried as hard as I could but I felt that I was 80kg and not 60kg."

- Damiano Caruso (BMC Pro Team) after Stage 12: "Today was, I think, the hardest stage in the Tour de France because it was really long and the final climb was with a really high tempo. At the end, my tank was empty. But, it was a good ride for me and the team. I'm happy because my shape is good and I want to keep my position and maybe improve it. Tomorrow is going to be a brutal stage, so now it's important to recover as much as possible. But tomorrow will be like a long time trial."

- Emanuel Buchmann (Bora-Hansgrohe): "Although I didn’t make it to the breakaway, I was able to stay with the GC favourites for a good part of the stage. However, on the HC climb up Port de Balès, they had established a pace that I felt would be over my limit. As a result, I decided to follow my own tempo, but without losing too much time in the GC. I am slowly gaining confidence and I will try again when the opportunity arises."

- Simon Yates (Orica-Scott) after Stage 12: "It was an extremely hard day as everyone expected. I had a little bit of cramp there in the finish but I think that’s normal at the end of such a long and hard day in the saddle.  I gave everything so I’m happy. I was there until the steep pinch, with the best guys in the world. I didn’t have the punch to go for the stage but I have to be happy with that ride."

- Dan Martin (Quick-Step Floors) following Stage 12: "I felt terrible in the first 50 kilometers of the stage and I thought I will lose half an hour, as I had a really bad day and nothing in the legs, but fortunately I got through this very difficult stage without conceding too much time. I suffered all day long due to that pain I have since crashing on the roads to Chambery, so that's why I rode conservatively and can say I am really happy with my result."

- Steve Cummings (Team Dimension Data) after Stage 12: "From the beginning, Serge [Pauwels] and I tried to be at the front. Ultimately, I made it into the front group and it was all good. I felt I had the breakaway under control but I still can’t control what happens behind me. Unfortunately, they wanted to chase today. However, the legs are good. I will try again."

- Stage 12 start times: Thursday's Tour de France Stage 12 departs Pau at 10:55am CET (4:55am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Peyragudes at around 5:03pm CET (11:03am U.S. Eastern). Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 10:30am CET (4:30am U.S. Eastern).

- Marcel Kittel (Quick-Step Floors) won Stage 11.  It was Kittel's 5th victory of this TDF.  Chris Froome (Team Sky) remains overall leader.

- Timo Roosen (Team LottoNL-Jumbo): "We were in the right place very early.  And we had the power to keep that position. We wanted to try something different. In the final, it is not always possible to do a good lead-out and sometimes you just have to get Dylan in the right wheel. We know he is able to win. Dylan is not so much weaker than Kittel. Kittel can make a mistake once like coming from too far back or having to brake. Hopefully that happens in this Tour and then everything is possible for us."

- Nico Verhoeven (Directeur Sportif, Team LottoNL-Jumbo) after Stage 11: "Timo (Roosen) is slightly different than Robert Wagner.  He did a good job today. As a result of that, Dylan was in the right place, right in the wheel of Kittel. “In contrast to yesterday, Dylan could ride his own sprint. If you are as young as he is, and you finish in third and second place in the Tour de France, you are world-class."

- Patxi Vila (Bora-Hansgrohe coach): "Congratulations to Bodi for his superb performance! He was so close – that was our plan in the morning, to send Bodnar or Burghardt in the early breakaway and let them try their chances. We thought the group would be bigger, but still, Bodi was in good form and went for it. He rode very well and when the gap from the bunch was down to about 30-40 seconds we thought that it was now or never."

- Maciej Bodnar (Bora-Hansgrohe): "I felt I had really good legs today and jumped in the breakaway from the start. The three of us collaborated and thanks to them we all worked together well. When the gap was down to about forty seconds, I decided to go alone and try my chances for a stage win. I was slowing down a little in the last 10km and the wind was a problem, but I still had a bit of a lead on the peloton. In the end it was so close – just a few hundred metres – but what can I do, I tried my best."

- Simon Yates (Orica-Scott) post-Stage 11: "It wasn’t an easy day out there today.  There was a bit of wind today and that was causing some stress in the bunch.  Guys are always fighting for good position. Particularly in the final it becomes more stressful and fast-paced.  For sure I will enjoy tomorrow a bit more than today, less stress and more in my territory on the climbs."

- Marcel Kittel continued: "We have a lot of champions in the team and to have them working for me is a big motivation and huge honor. The boys were outstanding since the start of the Tour, rode their heart out for me and these victories are also for them. We are a great team and I think you could see that on every single stage."

- Marcel Kittel (Quick-Step Floors) after his Stage 11 victory, his 5th of the race: "In a sprint it’s like a game of Tetris. In the last days I always got the right gaps, never made a mistake and all the sprinting lines were perfect. Today it wasn’t easy, with 200 kilometers in store and ahead of a tough day in the mountains. Could have been worse with the winds, but the direction wasn’t good for a crosswind.  In the final 500 meters, I was in the tenth position and looking for a wheel, so I jumped into Bouhanni’s before moving into the wheel of Matthews. Then I just launched my sprint and that was that. To have so many wins at this Tour de France is incredible and makes me very happy!"

- Dylan Groenewegen (Team LottoNL-Jumbo) after Stage 11: "Everyone had his part and rode well.  We got a long way and I was dropped off in perfect position. I was in Kittel’s wheel, but he's just still a bit stronger.  Normally somebody loses a little bit of speed, but Kittel did not lose speed. He is the strongest at this moment and we have to hope he once makes a mistake."

- Edvald Boasson Hagen (Team Dimension Data) had this to say after Stage 11: "The team was incredible today. Once again, the leadout was so good. I just didn't have big enough gears for the sprint. It's frustrating to come so close and not win, especially when the team does such a great job. However, Kittel is clearly very strong. It's a pity we don't have Mark (Cavendish) at the end of our leadout because the way the guys are working, Mark would definitely have been challenging Kittel here."

- Danilo Wyss (BMC) after Stage 11: "There was a bit of a crosswind so the second part of the stage was a bit stressful, but not as much as I expected. It was quite ok and then it was headwind in the last 20km so we caught the breakaway and went for the sprint.  Like yesterday, I had good legs and good feelings. I tried again to sprint. It was a bit hectic with all of the turns but I liked it. It was a bit better for me and I could find my way up the middle. Tenth place, it's ok for me, it's good."

- Danilo Wyss (BMC Racing) following Stage 10: "It was a quiet race today with just two guys out in front and the peloton rolling at tempo the whole day. We tried to set new objectives after Richie Porte's crash and I gave it a try in the sprint but it was a bit hectic in the last two turns. I had to brake a little too much especially on the final left hand one. I haven't sprinted in a long time so, it was good to try and to get used to it again as well as keeping the motivation high. We are taking the race day by day and setting new goals as a team so, we will see what happens tomorrow."

- Rüdiger Selig (Bora-Hansgrohe) after Stage 10: "I played a little bit of poker today and tried to come from behind. I thought that after the last turn, some of the guys would start their sprint too early. I was on the wheel of Bouhanni before the final corner when Quickstep moved up on the left hand side, Bouhanni tried to block them a little and I lost my speed a little in the turn. I had to accelerate then again, but I think my timing was good. When Kittel came from behind and passed me, he was so fast – he is almost unbeatable."

- Stage 11 start times: Wednesday's Tour de France Stage 11 departs Eymet at 1:00pm CET (7:00am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Pau at around 5:49pm CET (11:49am U.S. Eastern). Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 12:50pm CET (6:50am U.S. Eastern).

- Marcel Kittel (Quick-Step Floors) won Stage 10 ahead of John Degenkolb and Dylan Groenewegen.  Chris Froome (Team Sky) remains overall leader.

- Stage 10 start times: Tuesday's Tour de France Stage 10 departs Périgueux at 1:10pm CET (7:10am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Bergerac at around 5:28pm CET (11:28am U.S. Eastern). Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 12:55pm CET (6:55am U.S. Eastern).

- Rigoberto Uran (Cannondale-Drapac) won Stage 9 in a photo finish ahead of Warren Barguil.  Chris Froome (Team Sky) remains leader on G.C.

- Monday is a rest day at the Tour de France.  The race resumes Tuesday with Stage 10.  Stage 10 details will be posted here on Monday.

- Stage 9 start times: Sunday's Tour de France Stage 9 departs Nantua at 11:45am CET (5:45am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Chambery at around 5:02pm CET (11:02am U.S. Eastern). Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 11:25am CET (5:25am U.S. Eastern).

- Lilian Calmejane (Direct Energie) won Stage 8.  Chris Froome (Team Sky) remains leader in the general classification.

- Stage 8 start times: Saturday's Tour de France Stage 8 departs Dole at 12:10pm CET (6:10am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Station des rousses at around 5:13pm CET (11:13am U.S. Eastern). Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 11:55am CET (5:55am U.S. Eastern).

- Marcel Kittel (Quick-Step Floors) won Stage 7.  It was Kittel's third stage win of the race.  Chris Froome (Team Sky) remains overall leader.

- Stage 7 start times: Friday's Tour de France Stage 7 departs Troyes at 12:05pm CET (6:05am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Nuits-Saint-Georges at around 5:25pm CET (11:25am U.S. Eastern). Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 11:55am CET (5:55am U.S. Eastern).

- Marcel Kittel (Quick-Step Floors) won Stage 6.  Chris Froome (Team Sky) retained the overall race lead.

- Stage 6 start times: Thursday's Tour de France Stage 6 departs Vesoul at 12:05pm CET (6:05am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Troyes at around 5:33pm CET (11:33am U.S. Eastern). Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 11:55am CET (5:55am U.S. Eastern).

- Fabio Aru (Astana) won Stage 5.  Chris Froome (Team Sky) is new overall leader.

- Stage 5 start times: Wednesday's Tour de France Stage 5 departs Vittel at 1:10pm CET (7:10am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at La planche des belles filles at around 5:04pm CET (11:04am U.S. Eastern). Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 12:55pm CET (6:55am U.S. Eastern).

- Arnaud Démare (FDJ) won Stage 4.  Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) remains leader on G.C.  Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) has been kicked out of the Tour de France for causing Mark Cavendish (Dimension Data) to crash into the barriers in the sprint finish.

- Stage 4 start times: Tuesday's Tour de France Stage 4 departs Mondorf-les-Bains at 12:10pm CET (6:10am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Vittel at around 5:09pm CET (11:09am U.S. Eastern). Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 11:55am CET (5:55am U.S. Eastern).

- Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) won Stage 3 ahead of Michael Matthews and Dan Martin.  Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) retained the overall race lead.

- Stage 3 start times: Monday's Tour de France Stage 3 departs Verviers at 12:15pm CET (6:15am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Longwy at around 5:21pm CET (11:21am U.S. Eastern). Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 11:45am CET (5:45am U.S. Eastern).

- Marcel Kittel (Quick-Step Floors) won Stage 2.  Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) remains leader on G.C.

- What time does Tour de France Stage 2 start?  Stage 2 start times: Sunday's Tour de France Stage 2 departs Dusseldorf at 12:03pm CET (6:03am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Liege at around 5:14pm CET (11:14am U.S. Eastern). Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 11:30am CET (5:30am U.S. Eastern).

- Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) won the Stage 1 Individual Time Trial and is first overall leader.

- Photos: Stage 1 photos here.

- When is the 2017 Tour de France?  The 2017 Tour de France will be held July 1-23.

- Chris Froome (Team Sky) won the 2016 Tour de France.

- Stage 1 start times:  Saturday's (July 1) Tour de France Stage 1, a 14km Individual Time Trial from Düsseldorf to Düsseldorf, gets underway at 3:15pm CET (9:15am U.S. Eastern) with the departure of the first rider. Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 3:00pm CET (9:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Start Order and Times, time splits at 8.1km and at the finish in our TourTracker widget above.

- Start Order and Times for the Stage 1 ITT here.

- Preview: Tour de France 2017: The essential preview. (Cyclingnews) - Our countdown to the Grand Depart starts with 10 days to go.

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- The 2017 Tour de France Teams Presentation will take place on Thursday, June 29.  The event will be broadcast LIVE at 6:00pm CET (12:00pm U.S. Eastern) and we will have live streams + photos after the presentation.

- In 2017, all stages of the Tour de France will be broadcast LIVE on TV start to finish.


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Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb) wins Stage 14 in Rodez.
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Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb) celebrates on the podium following his Stage 14 victory.  It was the second consecutive stage victory for Sunweb.
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Chris Froome (Team Sky) is back in the yellow jersey following Stage 14.
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Race leader Fabio Aru (Team Astana) at the start of Stage 13.
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Warren Barguil (Team Sunweb) wins Stage 13.
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King of the Mountains leader Warren Barguil (Team Sunweb) celebrates on the podium after Stage 13.
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Another yellow jersey for race leader Fabio Aru (Astana) following Stage 13
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Lilian Calmejane (Direct Energie) wins Stage 8 at Station des Rousses.
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Lilian Calmejane (Direct Energie) celebrates on the podium following his Stage 8 victory.
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Chris Froome (Team Sky) remains in the yellow jersey going into Sunday's big mountain stage.
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2017 Tour de France Art by Garth Bayley:  Marcel Kittel (Quick-Step Floors) wins Stage 6.
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Fabio Aru (Astana) is on the attack on Stage 5 to La planche des belles filles.
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Fabio Aru (Astana) approaches the finish line of Stage 5.
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Fabio Aru (Astana) wins Stage 5 at La planche des belles filles.
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Dan Martin, Chris Froome, Richie Porte and Romain Bardet arrive at the Stage 5 finish.
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Fabio Aru (Astana) celebrates his Stage 5 victory on the podium.
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Chris Froome (Team Sky) is in yellow as the leader of the 2017 Tour de France.
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Artist Rob Ijbema is painting le Tour each day and his paintings are for sale.  His first painting shows Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) on his way to winning the Stage 1 ITT.  Art by Rob Ijbema.  More Painting le Tour -
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11 women riding the Tour de France route day ahead of the men's race exchange waves with World Champion Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe).
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For the third consecutive year, a group of women will ride the entire route of the Tour de France day ahead of the men's race.  They ride for women's cycling awareness and for the return of a Women's Tour de France.  cyclingfans.com, the group's first sponsor, is again sponsoring this ride and will post photos and videos throughout the Tour.  And for the first time since 1989 (!), women's cycling will be part of the conversation on broadcast television every day of the Tour de France as France TV will air a video report on our project at the start of every stage live broadcast of the Tour de France.
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The Women's Tour de France event, "La Course," is set to expand in 2017.  Race organizer Amaury Sport Organization (A.S.O.) is expected to announce initial details during the 2017 Tour de France Route Presentation on Tuesday, October 18.
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7 women, sponsored by cyclingfans.com, rode the entire route of the 2016 Tour de France one day ahead of the men's race.  They ride to see the return of a Women's Tour de France and for women's cycling awareness.  They have been invited by TDF organizer A.S.O. to the presentation in Paris of the 2017 Tour de France route.
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Marie, Claire and Amandine, among the 7 women who rode the 2016 Tour de France route, will be present in Paris Tuesday at the presentation of the 2017 Tour route.  They will be joined by club teammate Laure and coach Mathieu.
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La Course by Le Tour de France returns in 2015.
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Alpe d'Huez is back for the 2015 edition of the Tour.
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