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 Tour de France

Tour de France starts today - 1st of July

One of the biggest and best known cycling competitions in the world will start today. This is the 109th edition and will cover 3328 km through four countries: Denmark, Belgium, Switzerland and, of course, France.
The competition is divided into six stages on flat terrain, seven with hill climbs, six mountain stages, two time trial stages, two rest days and a transfer day.
The Tour de France has only two rest days in the 21 days of racing. The first day of rest will be in Morzine, in the Alps, on the 11th of July. The second day of rest will be on the 18th, in Carcassonne.

Steps, days, locations and distances
Stage 1 – July 1 – Copenhagen – 13.2 km
Stage 2 – July 2 – Roskilde > Nyborg – 202.5 km
Stage 3 – 3 July – Vejle > Sønderborg – 182 km
Transfer day to France > 4th of July
Stage 4 – 5 July – Dunkerque > Calais – 171.5 km
Stage 5 – 6 July – Lille Métropole > Arenberg Porte du Hainaut – 154 km
Stage 6 – 7 July – Binche > Longwy – 220 km
Stage 7 – 8 July – Tomblaine > La Super Planche des Belles Filles – 176.5 km
Stage 8 – 9 July – Dole > Lausanne – 186.5 km
Stage 9 – 10 July – Aigle > Châtel les Portes du Soleil – 193 km
Rest day – July 11 – Morzine les Portes du Soleil
Stage 10 – 12 July – Morzine les Portes du Soleil – Megève – 148.5 km
Stage 11 – 13 July – Albertville > Col ​​du Granon Serre Chevalier – 152 km
Stage 12 – July 14 – Briançon > Alpe d’Huez – 165.5 km
Stage 13 – 15 July – Bourg d’Oisans > Saint-Étienne – 193 km
Stage 14 – 16 July – Saint-Étienne > Mende – 192.5 km
Stage 15 – 17 July – Rodez > Carcassonne – 202.5 km
Rest day – 18 July – Carcassonne
Stage 16 – 19 July – Carcassonne > Foix – 178.5 km
Stage 17 – 20 July – Saint-Gaudens > Peyragudes – 130 km
Stage 18 – 21 July – Lourdes > Hautacam – 143.5 km
Stage 19 – 22 July – Castelnau-Magnoac > Cahors – 188.5 km
Stage 20 – 23 July – Lacapelle-Marival > Rocamadour – 40.7 km
Stage 21 – 24 July – Paris la Défense Arena > Avenue Champs-Élysées – 116 km