14.18 9 remained on top of the race. These are Wout Van Aert (Jumbo-Visma), Mikael Cherel (AG2R Citroën), Maximilian Schachmann (BORA – hansgrohe), Simon Geschke, Ion Izagirre (Cofidis), Dylan Teuns (Bahrain – Victorious), Warren Barguil (Arkéa) Pierre Latour (TotalEnergies) and Krists Neilands (Israel – Premier Tech)
14.16 Télégraphe also begins for the group. The gap is now 8’30”.
14.15 Nils Bullitt, Mads Pedersen and Tony Gallopin also lost their wheels. Mattia Cattaneo also appears to be in trouble.
14.13 Camille Gradec, Guillaume van Kersbulk and unfortunately also Andrea Baggioli are out.
14.12 As the group of the fugitives slowly collapses, the Yellow Jersey detachment exceeds 8 feet.
14.11 Green Jersey Wout Van Aert immediately takes the lead, while partner Christophe Laporte appears to be having an even more difficult time.
14.08 We are here! Col du Télégraphe The Fugitives Begin! A very challenging climb of 11.9 km with an average gradient of 7%. In the first half the most difficult slopes.
14.06 At the moment, the Yellow Jersey doesn’t seem at all ready for the chase. We’ll see if the situation changes when the road gets tough.
14.03 The defector advantage continues to increase. UAE now gives 7’30”.
14.01 We remember the composition of the escape: Christophe Laporte and Wout Van Aert (Jumbo-Visma), Mikael Cherel (AG2R Citroën), Nils Politt and Maximilian Schachmann (BORA – hansgrohe), Andrea Baggioli And the Mattia Cattaneo (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl), Simon Geschke and Ion Izagirre (Cofidis), Kamil Gradk and Dylan Teuns (Bahrain-Victorious), Guillaume Van Keirsbulck (Alpecin-Deceuninck), Jonas Rutsch (EF Education-EasyPost), Warren Bargwill (Arkéa) ) Samsic), Mads Pedersen, Tony Gallopin (Trek – Segafredo), Pierre Latour, Maciej Bodnar (TotalEnergies), and Krists Neilands (Israel – Premier Tech).
13.59 Here is a great picture of today’s strikers:
– Tour de France™ (LeTour) July 13, 2022
13.57 The group detachment arrives at 6′ in this valley.
13.55 This is the elevation profile for today’s challenging phase:
13.53 After the first 60 km of the village today. Now the riders will tackle about 20 kilometers of flat ground before starting the terrifying final stage of the climb to the Col du Télégraphe.
13.50 The group delay is more than 5 minutes.
13.47 Belgian Oliver Neesen is forced to retire. So AG2R loses another man.
The 13.46 points available today for the Polka Dot Jersey are plenty, with two GPM horse classes, the highest of difficulty. So the order can be changed from here to the end of the fraction.
13.44 The Yellow Jersey has now passed the GPM, 4’50” late.
13.43 So Latour got 5 points and rose to 13 in the special standings. With 3 points Geschke went instead to 22.
13.42 With the extension, it was Pierre Latour who made sure of success first in the GPM. According to Simon Geschke.
13.40 km to the finish! The fugitives ended the rise of the Lacets de Montvernier.
13.39 Pogacar’s UAE is clearly setting the pace for the group on this grueling stretch.
13.36 The Dutchman gave some small signs of recovery but as soon as the road started going up he had to raise the white flag.
13.34 Matteo van der Poel papers. Its leftovers are a very tough round.
13.32 A climb full of hairpin bends and a tough albeit very short that runners face now.
13.29 4′ now a fugitives advantage against the group.
13.26 The ascent begins towards the Lacets de Montvernier GPM (Class II 3.4 km with an average gradient of 8.2%).
13.25 The twenty processor feature rises to 3’30”.
13.22 We recall the top ten of the general classification:
|1||POGAČAR Tadej SLO||Emirates Team Emirates||37:11:28|
|2||KÄMNA Leonard Gear||Bora – hansgrohe||0:11|
|3||Fingerguard Jonas Dean||jumbo visma||0:39|
|4||Thomas Garnett Britain||Ineos Grenadiers||1:17|
|5||Adam Yates Britain||Ineos Grenadiers||1:25|
|6||Judo David Frague||Groupama – FDJ||1:38|
|7||Bardet Roman FRA||DSM Team||1:39|
|8||Pidcock Thomas JBR||Ineos Grenadiers||1:46|
|9||Mas Enrique ESP||Team Movistar||1:50|
|10||SÁNCHEZ Luis León ESP||Bahrain – victorious||1:50|
13.19 Among the contestants in the lead, Warren Bargill was the best overall in the rankings. Before leaving this morning, the Frenchman from Arkéa Samsic was 13’33 inches behind Tadej Pogacar.
13.17 1’55” 20-Processor feature.
13.14 km 115 to the end!
13.11 These are the riders who make up the lead: Christophe Laporte and Wout Van Aert (Jumbo-Visma), Mikael Sherrill (AG2R Citroën), Nils Polit and Maximilian Schachmann (Bora-Hansgrohe), Andrea Baggioli and Mattia Cattaneo (Fast-Step Alpha Vinyl), Simon Jeschke and Ion Izagiri (Cofidis), Camille Gradec and Dylan Tunes (Bahrain-Victorius), Matthew van der Poel and Guillaume van Kerspolk (Alpecin-Dekoninck), Jonas Roach (EF Education-Easy Post), Warren Bargüel (Arkéa Samsic) and Mads Pedersen and Tony Gallopin (Trek – Segafredo), Pierre Latour, Maciej Bodnar (TotalEnergies), and Christie Nielands (Israel – Premier Tech).
13.08 ATTENTION: A nice group of runners join the three tracks.
13.07 Cattaneo arrives at Van Aert and Van der Poel.
13.06 Mattia Cattaneo is about to return to the lead, but the group is close by.
13.05 This is the points classification after the average sprint in Aiguebelle:
|RNK.||Rider||points||Scored points today|
|1||–||VAN AERT Wout BEL||304||20|
|2||–||Jacobsen Fabio Ned||155||6|
|3||–||POGAČAR Tadej SLO||139||–|
|4||–||Kurt Magnus Dean||129||–|
|5||–||Laporte Christophe FR||114||–|
|6||–||PHILIPSEN Jasper BEL||109||7|
|7||–||Sagan Peter SVK||86||–|
|8||–||Clark Simon Os||72||–|
|9||–||Matthews Michai Osel||68||–|
|10||–||Fingerguard Jonas Dean||66||–|
13.03 Too long range.
13.00 Cattaneo sees Van Aert and Van der Paul.
12.59 The two-head advantage now reverts to 30 inches. In the center is always Mattia Cattaneo.
12.57 Meanwhile, Mattia Cattaneo (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl) left the group.
12.55 The group does not allow space. The advantage of Wout Van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) and Mathieu Van der Poel (Alpecin-Deceuninck) dropped to 15 inches.
12.54 The six pursuers were about to be captured by the group.
12.53 Van Aert won the middle race at Aiguibel.
12.52 These are the riders in the chase group: Tiesj Benoot (Jumbo-Visma), Stan Deolph (AG2R Citroën), Patrick Conrad (Bora-Hansgrohe), Jan Tratnik (Bahrain – Victorius), Silva Dellier (Alpsin-Dekoninck), Brent Van Muir (Loto Soudal).
12.51 Here is a picture of the two methods:
– Tour de France™ (LeTour) July 13, 2022
12.50 There is a group of six riders in pursuit of the leading pair.
12.48 Van Aert and Van der Poel’s advantage on the yellow jersey group goes up to 40 inches. Meanwhile, from behind they are trying to stretch the other contestants.
12.45 One of Van Aert’s goals at this point is certainly the flying finish line at Aiguebelle, which is less than 7 km away.
12.43 No withdrawal today. So the runners up in the race are still 161.
12.41 14” Van Art and Van der Paul feature on the set.
12.38 Instant bike change for Alexander Vlasov (BORA – hansgrohe), probably due to a puncture.
12.36 The other riders leave the group.
12.34 Wout Van Aaert (Jumbo-Visma) and Mathieu Van der Poel (Alpecin-Deceuninck) left immediately!
12.34 Officially starts the eleventh stage of the Tour de France 2022! Good fun!
12.31 last kilometer transfer.
12.28 After the first unimpeded 46 km, we will begin to climb towards the Lacets de Montvernier GPM (3.4 km with an average gradient of 8.2%), the first roughness of the day. This will be followed by a short stretch of steady slight flattening and then the real ascent begins: Col du Télégraphe (11.9 km at 7.1%), Col du Gallibert (17.7 km at 6.9%) and Col du Granon (11.3 km at 9.2%), with the last GPM setting on the finish line.
12.25 Today’s portion predicts many difficulties and therefore promises to be full of emotions.
12.22 Today we are going from Albertville to Col de Granon, with a total of 151.7 kilometers of great effort.
12.19 The contestants set out to travel in the transfer section.
12-16 in terms of the overall classification, however, Leonard Kamna solidly established first place for Tadej Pogacar, who nonetheless saved himself by 11″.
12.13 starts from the victory of fugitive Magnus Kurt yesterday. The Dane from the EF Education-Easy Post stunned everyone by setting himself up at the finish line in Megève against Australian Nick Schultz.
12.10 Hello everyone and welcome to the live written broadcast of the eleventh stage of the Tour de France 2022.
Hello everyone and welcome to LIVE LIVE written in the eleventh stage of the Tour de France 2022. Today we will be traveling from Albertville to Col de Granon, for a total distance of 151.7 kilometers of great effort.
And it will resume from the victory of fugitive Magnus Kurt yesterday. Dane of the EF Education-Easy Post surprised everyone by setting himself up at the finish line in Megeve against Australian Nick Schultz (BikeExchange – Jayco). As for the general classification, however: Leonard Kamna (BORA – hansgrohe) has firmly established the first position of Tadej Pojjakar (UAE Emirates), Which, however, was saved for 11″.
The part of the day predicts many difficulties, and therefore promises to be full of emotions. After the first unimpeded 46 km, we will begin our climb towards the Lacets de Montvernier GPM (3.4 km with an average gradient of 8.2%), the first roughness of the day. This will be followed by a short stretch of steady slight flattening and then the real ascent begins: Col du Télégraphe (11.9 km at 7.1%), Col du Gallibert (17.7 km at 6.9%) and Col du Granon (11.3 km at 9.2%), with the last GPM setting on the finish line. So it will be a phase where all the big names are fighting each other. Pogacar will certainly start as the favourite, but pay attention above all to Jonas Vingegaard, Geraint Thomas, Enric Mas, Primoz Roglic and David Gaudu.
OA Sport will bring you the live, written broadcast of the eleventh stage of the Tour de France 2022! The time is 12:10 as our updates begin in real time.
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