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Tour de France 2022: dates, times, teams and cyclists

2022-06-30T22:33:02.202Z

The 109th edition of the Tour de France will bring together the best cyclists in the world who will compete to wear the prestigious yellow jersey from July 1 to 24.



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(CNN Spanish) --

With the arrival of summer in Europe, the most famous cycling competition in the world also begins.

The 109th edition of the Tour de France will bring together for three weeks the best cyclists in the world who will compete to wear the prestigious yellow

jersey

during the tour that will cover four countries: Denmark, Belgium, Switzerland and, of course, France. 

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We tell you everything you need to know about the 2022 Tour de France so you don't miss a minute of the event, which this year consists of 21 stages.

On what dates does the Tour de France 2022 take place

The 2022 Tour de France will start on Friday, July 1, from Copenhagen — which is one of the cities that receives the race for the first time — and will have its final classic on July 24 on the Champs-Elysées, in Paris.

According to the official site of the Tour de France, this year the race will start on Friday and not on Saturday, as it used to happen, to facilitate the transfer to France after the first three stages of the Grand Départ in Denmark.

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Schedules and stages

The participating cyclists will travel 3,349.8 kilometers that are divided into 21 stages:

Stage 1 (individual time trial) 

From Copenhagen to Copenhagen

Distance: 13.2km

When: Friday, July 1

Departure time: 10:00 ET

Stage 2 (flat) 

Roskilde to Nyborg

Distance: 202.2km

When: Saturday, July 2

Departure time: 6:35 ET

Stage 3 (flat)

From Vejle to Sonderberg

Distance: 182km

When: Sunday, July 3

Departure time: 7:15 ET

Stage 4 (middle mountain)

From Dunkirk to Calais

Distance: 171.5km

When: Tuesday, July 5

Departure time: 7:30 ET

Stage 5 (middle mountain)

From Lille Metropole to Arenberg Porte Du Hainaut

Distance: 157km

When: Wednesday, July 6

Departure time: 8:00 ET

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Stage 6 (middle mountain) 

From Binche to Longwy

Distance: 219.9km

When: Thursday, July 7

Departure time: 6:15 ET

Stage 7 (mountain)

From Tomblaine to La Super Planche Des Belles Filles

Distance: 219.9km

When: Friday, July 8

Departure time: 7:15 ET

Stage 8 (middle mountain) 

From Dolé to Lausanne

Distance: 186.3km

When: Saturday, July 9

Departure time: 7:20 ET

Stage 9 (mountain) 

From Aigle to Chatel Les Portes Du Soleil

Distance: 192.9km

When: Sunday, July 10

Departure time: 6:45 ET

Stage 10 (middle mountain) 

From Morzine Les Portes Du Soleil to Megève

Distance: 148.1km

When: Tuesday, July 12

Departure time: 7:40 ET

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Stage 11 (mountain) 

From Albertville to Col Du Granon Serre Chevalier

Distance: 151.7km

When: Wednesday, July 13

Departure time: 6:30 ET

Stage 12 (mountain) 

From Briancon to Alpe D'Huez

Distance: 165.1km

When: Thursday, July 14

Departure time: 7:20 ET

Stage 13 (flat) 

From Le Bourg D'Oisans to Saint-Ettener

Distance: 192.6km

When: Friday, July 15

Departure time: 7:20 ET

Stage 14 (middle mountain) 

From Saint-Ettener to Mende

Distance: 192.5km

When: Saturday, July 16

Departure time: 6:30 ET

Stage 15 (flat) 

From Rodez to Carcassonne

Distance: 202.5km

When: Sunday, July 17

Departure time: 7:15 ET

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Stage 16 (middle mountain) 

From Carcassonne to Foix

Distance: 178.5km

When: Tuesday, July 19

Departure time: 6:40 ET

Stage 17 (mountain) 

From Saint-Gaudens to Peyragudes

Distance: 129.7km

When: Wednesday, July 20

Departure time: 7:25 ET

Stage 18 (mountain) 

From Lourdes to Hautacam

Distance: 143.2km

When: Thursday, July 21

Departure time: 7:40 ET

Stage 19 (flat)

From Castelnau-Magnoac to Cahors

Distance: 188.3km

When: Friday, July 22

Departure time: 7:10 ET

Stage 20 (individual time trial) 

Lacapelle-Marival to Rocamadour

Distance: 40.7km

When: Saturday, July 23

Departure time: 7:05 ET

Stage 21 (flat) 

From La Défense Arena in Paris to Champs Elysées in Paris

Distance: 115.6km

When: Sunday, July 24

Departure time: 10:45 ET

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Teams and riders

AG2R Citroën - France 

Geoffrey Bouchard


Mikaël Cherel


Benoit Cosnefroy


Stan Dewulf


Bob Jungels


Oliver Naesen


Ben O'Connor


Aurélien Paret-Peintre

Astana Qazaqstan - Kazakhstan

Samuele Battistella


Joe Dombrowski


Fabio Felline


Dmitriy Gruzdev


Alexey Lutsenko


Gianni Moscon


Simone Velasco


Andrey Zeits

Bahrain Victorious - Bahrain


Gino Mader


Jan Tratnik


Dylan Teuns


Jack Haig


Matej Mohoric


Damiano Caruso

Bora-Hansgrohe - Germany

Felix Groschartner


Marco Haller


Lennard Kamna


Patrick Konrad


Nils Politt


Maximilian Schachmann


Danny Van Poppel


Aleksandr Vlasov

Cofidis - France

Bryan Coquard


Simon Geschke


Ion Izaguirre


Victor Lafay


Guillaume Martin


Anthony Perez


Benjamin Thomas


Max Walscheid

EF Education-Easy Post - Estados Unidos

Alberto Bettiol
Stefan Bissegger
Magnus Cort
Ruben Guerreiro
Neilson Powless
Jonas Rutsch
Rigoberto Urán

Groupama-FDJ - Francia

Antoine Duchesne
David Gaudu
Kevin Geniets
Olivier Le Gac
Stefan Kung
Valentin Madouas
Thibaut Pinot
Michael Storer

INEOS Grenadiers - Gran Bretaña

Jonathan Castroviejo
Filippo Ganna
Daniel Felipe Martínez
Thomas Pidcock
Luke Rowe
Geraint Thomas
Adam Yates

Intermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux - Bélgica

Kobe Goossens
Quinten Hermans
Alexander Kristoff
Louis Meintjes
Andrea Pasqualon
Adrien Petit
Taco Van der Hoorn
Georg Zimmermann

Israel - Premier Tech

Simon Clarke
Chris Froome
Jakob Fuglsang
Omer Goldstein
Hugo Houle
Daryl Impey
Krists Neilands
Michael Woods

Jumbo-Visma - Holanda

Tiesj Benoot
Steven Kruijswijk
Sepp Kuss
Christophe Laporte
Primoz Roglic
Wout Van Aert
Nathan Van Hooydonck
Jonas Vindegaard

Lotto Soudal - Bélgica

Caleb Ewan
Frederik Frison
Philippe Gilbert
Reinardt Janse van Rensburg
Andreas Kron
Brent Van Moer
Florian Vermeersch
Tim Wellens

Movistar Team - España

Imanol Erviti
Iván García Cortina
Gorka Izaguirre
Matteo Jorgensen
Enric Mas
Gregor Mühlberger
Nelson Oliveira
Carlos Verona

Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team - Bélgica

Kasper Asgreen
Andrea Bagioli
Mattia Cattaneo
Tim Declercq
Mikkel Frolich Honoré
Fabio Jakobsen
Yves Lampaert
Michael Morkov

Team BikeExchange-Jayco - Australia

Jack Bauer
Luke Durbridge
Dylan Groenewegen
Amund Grondahl Jansen
Christopher Juul-Jensen
Michael Matthews
Luka Mezgec
Nick Schultz

Team DSM - Holanda

Romain Bardet
Alberto Dainese
John Degenkolb
Nils Eekhoff
Chris Hamilton
Andreas Leknessund
Martijn Tusveld
Kevin Vermaerke

Trek-Segafredo - Estados Unidos

Giulio Ciccone
Tony Gallopin
Alex Kirsch
Bauke Mollema
Mads Pedersen
Quinn Simmons
Toms Skujins
Jasper Stuyven

UAE Team Emirates - Emiratos Árabes Unidos

George Bennett
Mikkel Bjerg
Vegard Stake Laengen
Rafal Majka
Brandon McNulty
Tadej Pogacar
Marc Soler
Matteo Trentin

Alpecin-Fenix - Bélgica

Silvan Dillier
Michael Gogl
Alexander Krieger
Jasper Philipsen
Edward Planckaert
Kristian Sbaragli
Mathieu Van Der Poel
Guillaume Van Keirsbulck

Team Arkea-Samsic - Francia

Warren Barguil
Maxime Bouet
Amaury Capiot
Hugo Hofstetter
Matis Louvel
Lukasz Owsian
Nairo Quintana
Connor Swift

B&B Hotels-KTM - Francia

Cyril Barthe


Franck Bonnamour


Alexis Gougeard


Jérémy Lecroq


Cyril Lemoine


Luca Mozzato


Pierre Rolland


Sebastian Schonberger

TotalEnergies - France

Maciej Bodnar


Mathieu Burgaudeau


Pierre Latour


Daniel Oss


Cristián Rodríguez


Peter Sagan


Anthony Turgis


Alexis Vuillermoz

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Source: cnnespanol

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