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14.15 Situation when the 100 km is covered and the cut is 120 km: Three men, specifically the yellow jersey Wout Van Aert (Jumbo-Visma), Quinn Simmons (Trek-Segafredo) and Jakob Fuglsang (Israel-Premier Tech) run their 3′ advantage over the platoon. At five and a half, another group of latecomers, Mark Hershey and Anthony Turges, the more famous names that are a part of it.
14.12 The group delay continues to widen! Many riders pay the price for the efforts at the beginning of the stage.
14.09 United Arab Emirates Team Emirates takes charge of group position. The UAE team can’t count on Mark Hershey and George Bennett, as reported by a group of more than 3′ second rows from the race chief.
14.06 Simmons passes first to the top, 2 points for him given the GPM rating and 1 point for Jakob Fuglsang. Platoon is at 2’10”!
14.03 Côte des Mazures slopes archived approximately (Class III, 2.1 km at 7.0%, 87.3 km).
14.00 With a tyrannical compulsion, Van Aert is back on the tread! Despite yesterday’s crash, the yellow jersey’s leg looks like no other, and it’s set more and more far at over 1′!
13.57 Van Aert’s chain problem live on the GPM slopes! What bad luck the Belgian has left again but he has to fill the void with his adventurous companions!
13.54 A frantic pace for the three to drive, the group is already pushing 50″!
13.51 140 km to go until the end of the stage. Against all Belgians in yellow jerseys Wout Van Aert (Jumbo-Visma), Dane Jakob Fuglsang (Israel-Premier Tech) and American Quinn Simmons (Trek-Segafredo).
13.48 From behind they rearrange themselves and interact, the trio is very dangerous! 20 inches of tread height.
13.45 Bonnamour ends and Van Aert begins! With the yellow shirt also Jacob Vogelsang and Quinn Simmons! Before the group about 200 meters.
13.42 Indomitable alpine crosser Frank Bonamore (B&B Hotels-KTM) tries once again on his own!
13.39 Not many riders can keep up with the platoon, and yesterday’s winner Simon Clark lost his wheels.
13.36 Snaps are taken as we approach the first climb of the day: Côte de Mazur (3rd category, 2.1 km 7.0%, 87.3 km).
13.33 Also exhausted this attack, a possessed faction absorbed all the fugitives!
13.30 Bahrain Victorious takes charge of the chase. Mads Pedersen is the closest fugitive in the rankings to Van Aert’s yellow jersey (+36″).
13.27 The group does not give up and keeps in touch: the delay to be bridged is always about ten seconds.
13.24 Frank Bonamore (B&B Hotels-KTM) is back on top: now eleven athletes are leading the race.
13.21 at 51 km/h after an hour of running at a stratospheric pace!
13.18 There is a 20-second run for the team, 165 km at the end.
13.15 These are the jockeys trying to get rid of the escape, there are ten in total: Wiegard Steak Langen (UAE Team Emirates), Christophe Laporte (Jumbo-Visma), Stan de Wolf (AG2R-Citroën), Casper Asgren (Fast Step) and Simon Geschke (Cofidis), Andreas Leknessund (DSM), Georg Zimmermann (Intermarché), Magnus Cort (EF), Conor Swift (Arkea-Samsic), and Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo).
13.12 shots follow each other, nine cyclists by a margin of 10 inches!
13.09 The three attackers have been reabsorbed! The pace of the caravan does not stop, and Van Aert is always among the most active …
13.06 Only 20 inches left for Toms Skujins (Trek Segafredo), Taco van der Hoorn (Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert) and Benoît Cosnefroy (AG2R-Citroen). In difficulty Van der Poel, always at the back of the group.
13.03 Shot by Filippo Gana! Previously, fellow Ineos-Grenadiers Thomas Pidcock had attempted to rev the engine.
13.00 Resumption of group skirmish: Latvian Skujins are not a welcome fugitive because they are generally only 1’06 inches from Van Aert.
12.57 Toms Skujins (Trek Segafredo), Taco van der Hoorn (Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert), and Benoît Cosnefroy (AG2R-Citroen) keep 55 inches in platoon.
12.54 Wellens and Jansen run out of action, once again a pressed group behind the leading trio.
12.51 Side winds and other effects by VAN AERT! All platoon in one file, Norwegian Amund Groendahl Jansen meanwhile is back in the wake of Tim Wellens.
12.48 The trio won the one-minute drive, Wells always halfway.
12.45 Kevin Vermaerke (Team DSM) resumed while Tim Wellens (Lotto Soudal) exited the platoon.
12.42 The three forwards are Tom Scoggins, Taco van der Horn and Benoit Cosnefroy, with Kevin Vermeerek in pursuit. 10″ set.
12.39 Tadej Pojákár is not surprised: The Slovenian is very cautious, as happened yesterday. Meanwhile, three runners try to stretch.
12.36 The platoon is regrouping, but what a start!
12.33 A forcing of the yellow jersey Wout Van Aert that splits the group in two! Fireworks at this initial stage, there are 25 in front!
12.31 The pace is so smooth that some runners lose touch, including Guillaume Martin and Mathieu van der Poel!
12.28 high speed in these opening bars but at the moment no one is able to escape.
12.25 The fall of Mathieu Borgodo (TotalEnergies). The Frenchman has already woken up and is trying to get back on the set.
12.22 We remind you that the blue of TotalEnergies Daniel Oss did not start today (cervical fracture has been cured yet Collide from yesterday). Many skirmishes from the start, many runners trying to jump ahead.
12.19 A quick look at the favorite bag:
***** Wout Van Aert
**** Dylan Tunes, Tadej Pojjakar
*** Michael Matthews, Primoz Roglic, Maximilian Schachmann
** Alberto Pettiol, Andrea Baggioli, Matej Mohoric, David Gaudo
* Matthew van der Poel, Tom Bedcock, Andreas Kron, Adam Yates
12.16 The longest stage of the Tour de France 2022 officially begins!
12.13 in the starting area some drag and 18 perceptible degrees; A few hundred meters to the official start!
12.10 Below is the first pedal strokes, the 5 km transfer began. Here are the GPM models that will be covered today:
Côte des Mazures (Class III, 2.1 km at 7.0%, 87.3 km);
Côte de Montigny-sur-Chiers (Class IV, 1.6 km at 4.0%, 205.2 km);
Côte de Pulventeux (Class III, 0.8 km 10.9%, 214.8 km).
12.07 stage height:
12.04 Racers will start moving to km 0 soon. In the meantime, let’s take a look at the Tour de France 2022 rankings:
1 1 – VAN AERT Wout Jumbo-Visma 25 22″ 16:17:22
2 25 ▲ 23 POWLESS Neilson EF Education-EasyPost 0:13
3 32 ▲ 29 BOASSON HAGEN Edvald TotalEnergies 4″ 0:14
4 3 ▼ 1 POGAČAR Tadej UAE Team Emirates 0:19
5 2 ▼ 3 LAMPAERT Yves Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team 0:25
6 4 ▼ 2 PEDERSEN Mads Trek – Segafredo 4″ 0:36
7 6 ▼ 1 VINGEGAARD Jonas Jumbo-Visma 0:40
8 8 – Yates Adam Inios Grenadiers 0:48
9 10 ▲ 1 Pidcock Thomas Inios Grenadiers 0:49
10 12 ▲ 2 Thomas Gerrant Ineos Grenadiers 0:50
1 1 – VAN AERT Wout Jumbo-Visma 178
2 2 – JAKOBSEN Fabio Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team 126
3 7 ▲ 4 CORT Magnus EF Education-EasyPost 86
4 3 ▼ 1 Sagan Peter Total energies 86
5 5 – Philipson Jasper Alpecin Deconinc 76
Ranking of climbers
1 1 – CORT Magnus EF Education-EasyPost 11
2 2 – VAN AERT Wout Jumbo-Visma 1
3 3 – Simmons Queen Trek – Segafredo -1
1 1 – POGAČAR Tadej UAE Team Emirates 16:17:41
2 2 – Pidcock Thomas Ineos Grenadier 0:30
3 8 ▲ 5 Philipson Jasper Alpecin Dekoninc 1:22
4 3 ▼ 1 Vermeersch Florian Lotto Soudal 2:28
5 hotels 15 ▲ 10 MOZZATO Luca B&B – KTM 2:40
12.01 This is a miscellaneous part, with three GPMs spread out along the way. Two of today’s roughness were contained within the last 20 km: fertile ground for potential attacks in the final.
11.58 Good morning Excited and passionate about cycling! In just over 15 minutes, riders will be on their saddle for the sixth stage of the Tour de France, Binche-Longwy (219 km).
Good morning, OA Sport friends, and welcome to the LIVE LIVE of the Tour de France 2022. Going on stage today The sixth stage of the Grand Bouclay with Departure from Binche and arrival at Longwy after 219 kilometers: The path is long and rather arduous, especially in the final.
Archiving a portion of the buffet today too we can expect a great show. Three GPMs to counter, The last ascent was contained in the final kilometers It is an ideal starting platform for potential handballs.
Wout Van Aert and Jumbo-Visma will want to redeem the unfortunate conclusion 24 hours before, While the champion of Slovenia Tadej Pogacar has what it takes to stand out again On cross-Alpine roads. Watch out for potential escape opportunities in the first hour.
Giro d’Italia women’s 2022, race winner Marianne Voss in Bergamo, Van Vleuten still wearing pink
Riders will arrive in the saddle at 12.05pm, and are expected to arrive at 5.15pm. Follow LIVE LIVE sponsored by OA Sport so you don’t miss a single pedal stroke, The world’s most famous race will deliver epic moments. Good fun!
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