France tour. Dane Magnus Kurt Nielsen won the 10th stage of the 2022 Tour de France after the last climb near Megève. Race rating.
- Step Summary: The 10th stage of the Tour de France broke out on Tuesday 12 July between Morzine and Megève. After a long battle to break away from the day, a group of 25 riders took off before the podium was halted for a few moments due to a demonstration in the middle of the road. Once revived, the battle for stage victory raged with Kamna aiming for stage victory and the yellow jersey and ultimately got nothing. On the finish line and at the end of a sprint race between Schultz and Kurt Nielsen, it was the old polka-dot jersey that won
- Covid in the Tour de France: The Tour de France was marked again today with positive Covid tests with BikeExchange Australian Luke Durbridge and George Bennett, fellow Tadej Pogacar. The Rafal Majka also tested positive, but was able to start due to a relatively low viral load according to his team.
- Tour de France 2022 general classification: The Grand Boucle is still led by the former double winner, Slovenian Tadej Pogacar ahead of Dane Jonas Vingegaard. Find out the new overall ranking at the end of each stage:
20:30 – Overview of Stage 11
The end of the live broadcast. The stage 11 profile of the Tour de France scares the peloton with a start in Albertville before finishing at the top of the legendary Col du Granon. The stage, which is only 148 kilometers long, will be a real test for the candidates with the sequence of the telegraph pass and then the Galibier before the final ascent.
20:08 – Geishki keeps the polka dot shirt
The German from Cofidis retains the polka-dot jersey for the best climber at the end of stage 10, but could lose it tomorrow if he does not join a breakup with Cols du Télégraphe, Galibier and Granon. Thibaut Pinot, third with 14 points, could wear a jacket tomorrow evening.
19:48 – Poujacar: “No problem if we lose the yellow jersey”
While Leonard Kamna was not far from wearing the yellow jersey, Tadej Pojjakar made it clear that there was no problem if he lost it. “No, it wouldn’t be the problem of losing the yellow jersey today. Kamna showed today that he’s very effective, he could have taken it for a few seconds, but it wasn’t a tragedy for me (.. ..) (about Covid) of course it causes stress. I’m really sad because they They are gone because they are two great teammates, one for the plate and the other for the mountain. Morale is still there and we will continue to fight.”
19:28 – Today’s Bettiol fight
After his solo break, Alberto Pettiol fell on the final climb to Megève during the 10th stage of the 2022 Tour de France. However, the Italian was selected from the EF Education-EasyPost squad as the best of the day.
19:08 – Kurt Nielsen: “There is nothing more beautiful than winning”
The winner of the 10th stage of the Tour de France 2022 on Tuesday 12 July in Megève, Magnus Kurt Nielsen was satisfied with his victory after the race: “I tried to save myself a little before the race. It is huge, I think there is nothing greater than winning the Tour de France. I wish I could do it again. I tried many times in the past.”
18:48 – Thomas: “I didn’t have the strength”
Seventh in the 10th stage of the 2022 Tour de France on Tuesday 12 July, Benjamin Thomas gave everything in the last kilometer to win, to no avail. After the race, the rider from the Cofidis team returned to the final pack to the finish in Megève: “I am not clear about a kilometer anymore. Kamna worked so hard, I came back with him and remembered Lausanne where I was waiting. I had cramps all over, I didn’t have The strength is for a quick enemy. It was a short but very difficult stage.”
18:28 – Luis Leon Sanchez joins the top ten
Spaniard Luis Leon Sanchez also appeared in the top ten at the 2022 Tour de France after such a long break. He is 10th at 1’50 behind Slovenian Tadej Pojákár.
18:08 – We are second in the 2022 Tour de France
After finishing 10th in the 10th stage of the 2022 Tour de France, Leonard Kamna moved up the general classification as he finished second by 11 seconds over the yellow jersey Tadej Poujacar. Jonas Weinggaard completes the podium.
17:48 – The arrival of the tenth stage of the Tour de France with video
Relive the end of stage 10 of the 2022 Tour de France with crazy sprinter Aldane Kurt Nielsen back at the helm of the race in the last metres.
17:28 – Pogacar remains in yellow
While he had a chance to pick up the yellow jersey this evening, Leonard Kamna will not be the general classification leader after the 10th stage of the 2022 Tour de France. Tadej Pogacar keeps his yellow jersey.
17:27 – peloton crosses the line
With a gap of nearly nine minutes, Peloton has just crossed the finish line for the 10th stage of the 2022 Tour de France in Megève.
17:23 – 2.5 kilometers to go to the peloton
There is still 2.5 kilometers to go into the peloton before reaching Megève from the tenth stage of the Tour de France 2022. Magnus Cort Nielsen crossed the finish line for more than four minutes.
17:21 – Kurt Nielsen wins for the second time in the Tour de France
After the 15th stage of the Tour de France in 2018, Magnus Cort Nielsen claimed his second Grande Boucle victory on Tuesday 12 July.
17:20 – Kurt Nielsen wins!
Magnus Cort Nielsen won the 10th stage of the Tour de France 2022 in Megève at the end of the effort. The rider from the EF Education-EasyPost team is racing fast ahead of Nick Schultz and Luis Leon Sanchez to complete the podium.
17:18 – Final picture between Schultz and Kurt Nielsen!
Who won the 10th stage of the 2022 Tour de France in Megève? Nick Schultz and Magnus Kurt Nielsen crossed the finish line at the same time as Luis Leon Sanchez finished third on the stage.
17:15 – Red Flame!
A kilometer from the leading men: Sanchez, Schultz, Jorgensen and Van Barel, who had just joined the breakup.
17:14 – Schultz and Jorgensen join Sanchez
Matthew Jorgensen and Nick Schultz just left the stalking group. The rider from Team Israel – Premier Tech and American from Team Movistar joined Luis Leon Sanchez in the lead.
17:12 – More than twenty seconds before Sanchez
Starting six kilometers from the finish, Luis Leon Sanchez is 26 seconds ahead of the chase group. Three kilometers before crossing the finish line of the 10th stage of the 2022 Tour de France.
17:08 – Five kilometers before the end
Less than five kilometers before the end of the tenth stage of the 2022 Tour de France. Luis Leon Sanchez is still ten seconds ahead of his pursuers. Magnus Cort Nielsen was shot down before enjoying an apartment for a comeback.
17:07 – Sanchez escapes
Luis Leon Sanchez has just launched an attack. The Spaniard is not followed by the rest of the dissident. Five kilometers before the finish for Bahrain Team rider Victorious, who is thirteen seconds ahead of the pursuers.
17:05 – more than nine minutes ago
The lead group has a 9’16” on the six-kilometre peloton from the end of the tenth stage of the Tour de France 2022. As a reminder, Lennard Kamna is the default yellow jersey at the moment.
17:04 – Betul released
Joined by George Zimmermann and other pursuers a few kilometers later, Alberto Petitol was brought down by the leading group seven kilometers from the end of the tenth stage of the 2022 Tour de France in Megève.
17:03 – Simmons attack
Quinn Simmons just made an attack eight kilometers from the finish. Leonard Kamna follows him.
17:00 – Zimmermann joins Peteol
Crossroads between Alberto Pettiol and George Zimmermann who has just taken over the Italian.
16:59 – New attack from Petitol!
The Italian hadn’t given it all at the front of the race and just attacked again in the lead.
What is the classification for today’s stage of the Tour de France?
Until the final stage of the Tour de France scheduled for July 24 on the Champs-Elysees in Paris, find out every evening the final day’s classification, with the winner and all the gaps on the finish line.
What are the dates for the 2022 Tour de France?
The Tour de France is traditionally held in the first three weeks of July. Only the 2020 edition deviated from the norm, the coronavirus pandemic forced organizers to postpone the race to September. For the 2022 edition, departure abroad is obligatory, the departure was not done on Saturday but on Friday, the July 1, 2022. Access will be judged The Sunday 24 July 2022. On this date the peloton will arrive as usual on the Champs Elysees.
What is the Tour de France 2022 roadmap?
Unveiled last October, Tour de France race director Christian Prudhomme has set the track for this 109th edition of the requirements in particular with only a few chances for runners to shine through the planned 21 stages. On the other hand, adventurers, trekkers and climbers are in the mood with its many beautiful stages to shine, such as the cobbled theater, Planche des Belles Filles and the end at the Alpe d’Huez. The Pyrenees also celebrate before the conclusion of the 2022 Tour de France with a time trial in Rocamadour. This is the map that contains the exact track for this 109th edition of the Tour de France cyclist, which, in this edition, sets aside the entire country’s west, as well as the southeast. The East, Central and Southwest, on the other hand, celebrate this 2022 edition of the Tour de France.
What are the stages of the 2022 round?
Here is a list of the stages of the Tour de France 2022 cycling race, which links Copenhagen to Paris. This year the peloton was invited to travel through Denmark in the first three stages, before moving to northern France (Dunkirk, Calais, Lille), with a few dozen kilometers of cobblestones. April 14 July. The course of the tour was then plotted toward Isère, Loire and Saint-Etienne, then toward the west, with a stage at Carcassonne before the entry of the Pyrenees into the final battle. The final detour via Rocamadour precedes the final stage between La Defense and Les Champs:
- July 13: Stage 11 Albertville-Col du Granon Serre Chevalier, 151.7 km
- July 14: Stage 12 Brianson – Alpes d’Huez, 166 km
- July 15: Stage 13 Port-de-Oisin-Saint-Etienne, 193 km
- July 16: 14th stage of Saint-Étienne – Mendy, 195 km
- July 17: The fifteenth stage of Rodez – Carcassonne 200 km
- July 18: Rest in Carcassonne
- July 19: 16th stage from Carcassonne – Foix, 179 km
- July 20: Stage 17 Saint-Gaudens – Pyragodes, 130 km
- July 21: Stage 18 Lourdes – Otakam, 143 km
- July 22: 19th stage Castelnau-Magnoac – Cahors, 189 km
- July 23: Stage 20 of La Capel Marival – Rocamadour, 40 km (Single Trial)
- July 24: Stage XXI Paris La Défense Arena – Paris Champs-Elysées, 112 km