We leave the altitude and approach Paris. On Friday, July 22, 2022, Peloton will stop in Castelnau-Magnoac for 19e The stage that will take him to Cahors. The day after Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma) triumph at Hautacam, the riders had a rendezvous with a relatively flat stage where the coast of medieval Lauzerte and the coast of Saint-Daunès were the notable difficulties of the day. The victory in the 19th stage of the 2022 Tour de France appears to be reserved for the runners. The route, the challenges, the favorites, the timetables… Here’s what you need to know about this stage between Castelnau-Magnoac and Cahors.
19e Stage: What is the route between Castelnau-Magnoac and Cahors?
This is 19e The stage should allow the candidates to breathe after several stages of the Pyrenees. The road is relatively flat for the peloton with two small climbs, the coast of the medieval town of Lauzerte (4e 2 km class by 6.2%) and Saint Denis (4e 1.6 km class by 6.3%). An average race will be held at Auch 149.9 km from the end of this stage in order to award points for the green jersey. Flat finishing in the last 20 kilometers gives runners a chance to win or some adventurer who decides to start from farther. However, if sprint teams control the splits for the day, the peloton should reach the finish line.
What is at stake in this number 19e The theater ?
This is 19e A stage wouldn’t really have a major interest apart from a stage victory. Teams that have not yet won the Tour de France are looking forward to their first victory. In terms of distinct jerseys, the four jackets should not change.
What are the favorites to win the Cahors stage?
The course between Castelnau-Magnoac and Cahors presents an opportunity for runners to express themselves. Thus, the nominees for the win are Wout Van Aert (Jumbo Visma), Fabio Jakobsen (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl), Dylan Groenewegen (Team BikeExchange), and Jasper Philipsen (Alpecin-Deceuninck). We can also mention Peter Sagan (TotalEnergies) who is hoping to unlock his counter. However, the profile for this stage will also give ideas to the fighters who will be able to perform well if the sprinter teams do not hold back the race.
What is the general classification at the beginning of stage 19?
1. Jonas Weinggaard (Jumbo-Visma) at 71h53’34”
2. Tadej Pojakar (UAE Team Emirates) at 3’26”
4. David Gaudu (Groupama-FDJ) 11’05”
5. Nairo Quintana (Arkéa Samsic) at 13’25”
6. Louis Meintjes (Intermarché – Wanty Gobert) at 13’43”
7. Alexander Vlasov (Bora Hansgrohe) at 14’10”
8. Roman Bardet (Team DSM) at 16’11”
9. Alexey Lutsenko (Astana, Kazakhstan) at 20’09”
10. Adam Yates (Inios Grenadiers) at 20’17”
What time for peloton and caravan?
The real start from Castelnau-Magnoac is scheduled for 1:05 pm, fifteen minutes after the fake start. The convoy will leave at 11:05 AM. Arrival in Cahors is scheduled between 5:16 PM and 5:39 PM.
What’s the weather like on 19e The theater ?
The heat should still accompany today’s runners. From Castelnau-Magnoac, the temperature will be around 22 degrees. It will be higher on the Cahors side, where the end must be judged under bright sunshine with a temperature of around 32 degrees and an estimated wind of 18 km/h.
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At what time and on what channel can I watch the Castelnau-Magnoac-Cahors stage?
As has been the case for several years, the stages of the Tour de France are broadcast in full France TVs. The take-off will take place at 12.55 pm France 3before passing France 2 About 15 hours. Eurosport 1 The theater will also be broadcast in full, with broadcasts at 1:15 pm. This nineteenth stage will also be followed live with commentary and in full on ouest-france.fr