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Finally, the 2021 Tour de France route analysis came to the last one. In this article, Wheelsall will bring you the last seven stages, that is, the route analysis of the fifteenth to twenty-first stages. The first part: "The stage is huge and the sprinter is ready! 2021 Tour de France route analysis (part 1)" The second part: "Burn it up! The GC war is about to start! 2021 Tour de France route analysis (Part 2)" Stage 15 (July 11): Ceret-Andorre La Vieille As the last day of the second phase, the fifteenth stage is a difficult mountain stage. The track...

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After the first seven stages are over, the battle for the total score will officially start in the eighth stage. Now, let us take a look at the eighth to fourteenth stages.Part I: "The stage is huge and the sprinter is ready! 2021 Tour de France route analysis (part 1)" Stage 8 (July 3): Oyonnax-Le Grande Bornand The eighth stage is the first mountain stage in this event, with a total length of 150.8km, including a 4-level slope (2.7km, 4.9%), a 3-level slope (6.5km, 4.4%), and three Grade 1 slope (5.7km, 8.3%; 8.8km, 8.9%; 7.5km, 8.5%) and a sprint point...

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The hot south wind drove away the spring. With the arrival of summer, the new Tour de France will start on June 26. The intensity and tactical choices of cycling events are closely related to the route settings. Today Wheelsall lists the first seven stages of the race route for the majority of fans, bringing you a better viewing experience.Generally speaking, the first seven stages belong to the sprinters' stage, which includes 3 ups and downs, 3 flat road stages and 1 individual timed stage. The first and second stages are ups and downs, and the difficulty is relatively low....

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Many people will say this when talking about sports competitions: I just want to watch the final sprint to win the championship, that's the most exciting! This sentence is not very appropriate when used in the Tour de France, why? There are 21 race days in the Tour de France, and each stage will produce a champion. After all stages are completed, the one with the least accumulated time will become the championship. The Tour de France is the top event in cycling, so, whether you are a cycling fan or not, this is a race worth admiring, because it...

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On April 25th, the 107th Liège–Bastogne–Liège came to an end in Belgium. In the women's competition, Demi Vollering (Team SD Worx) sprinted to victory, Annemiek van Vleuten (Team Movistar) ranked second, and Elisa Longo Borghini (Trek-Segafredo) finished third. In the men's competition, the talented young player Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) sprinted to overtake Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-Quick Step) and won the championship. World champion Julian Alaphilippe was second, and breakout player David Gaudu (FDJ) finished third. As one of the most important spring classics, this year's Liège–Bastogne–Liège has attracted a large number of star drivers to participate. Even Tadej Pogačar,...

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