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Blog de Tour 2016

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25/07/2016
Tour de France 2016, ©Team Movistar

Tour de France 2016, ©Team Movistar

The final results of the Tour de France 2016:


Christopher Froome
Individual winner


Podium
1. Christopher Froome, Team Sky
2. Romain Bardet, AG2R
3. Nairo Quintana, Team Movistar


Team Movistar
Best team


Adam Yates, ORICA-BikeExchange
Best Young Rider & 4th overall


The stages
15 of 21 wins throughout ProTeams riding on Continental tyres


349.371 kilometers
done on tyres from Continental, "handmade in Germany"


The stages completed:


Stage 21: 24 July
Chantilly / Paris Champs Elysées (113 km)
Winner: André Greipel, Lotto Soudal (Continental)


Stage 20: 23 July
Megève / Morzine (146,5 km)
Winner: Ion Izaguirre, Movistar Team (Continental)


Stage 19: 22 July
Albertville / Saint-Gervais Mont Blanc (146 km)
Winner: Romain Bardet, AG2R Mondiale  (Continental)


Stage 18 (Time Trial): 21 July
Sallanches / Megève (17 km)
Winner: Chris Froome, Team SKY (Continental)


Stage 17: 20 July
Bern / Finhaut-Emosson (184,5 km)
Winner: Ilnur Zakarin, Team Katusha (Continental)


19 July: rest day
Let’s take another look on the official classement (as of after stage 16).

1. Christopher Froome, Team Sky (Continental)
2. Bauke Mollema, Trek-Segafredo
3. Adam Yates, Orica-BikeExchange (Continental)
4. Nairo Quintana, Team Movistar (Continental)
5. Alejandro Valverde, Team Movistar (Continental)
6. Romain Bardet, AG2R La Mondiale (Continental)
7. Richie Porte, BMC Racing Team (Continental)
8. Tejay Van Garderen, BMC Racing Team (Continental)
9. Daniel Martin, Etixx-Quick Step
10. Fabio Aru, Astana


Stage 16: 18 July
Moirans-en-Montagne / Bern (209 km)
Winner: Peter Sagan, Tinkoff


Stage 15: 17 July
Bourg-en-Bresse / Culoz (160 km)
Winner: Jarlinson Pantano, IAM Cycling (Continental)


Stage 14: 16 July
Montélimar / Villars-les-Dombes Parc des Oiseaux (208,5 km)
Winner: Mark Cavendish, Dimension Data (Continental)


Stage 13 (Time Trial): 15 July
Bourg-Saint-Andéol / La Caverne du Pont-d'Arc (37,5 km)
Winner: Tom Dumoulin, Giant-Alpecin


Stage 12: 14 July
Montpellier / Mont Ventoux (184 km)
Winner: Thomas De Gendt, Lotto Soudal (Continental)


Stage 11: 13 July
Carcassonne / Montpellier (162,5 km)
Winner: Peter Sagan, Tinkoff

It’s a wrap! Having completed eleven of 21 stages, the first half of the Tour is done. Now let’s do the second half.
Looking on the classement at the end of stage on 13 July, the Teams on Continental tyres handmade in Korbach, Germany truly dominate the Tour. Keep it up, guys!

1. Christopher Froome, Team Sky (Continental)
2. Adam Yates, Orica-BikeExchange (Continental)
3. Daniel Martin, Etixx-Quick Step
4. Nairo Quintana, Team Movistar (Continental)
5. Bauke Mollema, Trek-Segafredo
6. Romain Bardet, AG2R La Mondiale (Continental)
7. Sergio Luis Henao, Team Sky (Continental)
8. Alejandro Valverde, Team Movistar (Continental)
9. Tejay Van Garderen, BMC Racing Team (Continental)
10. Roman Kreuziger, Tinkoff


Stage 10: 12 July
Escalades-Engordany / Revel (197 km)
Winner: Michael Matthews, Orica-BikeExchange (Continental)


The Classifications after stage nine:
Yellow jersey: Chris Froome, Team Sky (Continental)
Green jersey: Mark Cavendish, Dimension Data (Continental)
Polka dot jersey: Thibaut Pinot, FDJ (Continental)
White jersey: Simon Yates, Orica-BikeExchange (Continental)
Team: Movistar (Continental)


Stage 9: 10 July

Vielha Val d'Aran / Andorra Arcalis (184,5 km)

Winner: Tom Dumoulin, Giant-Alpecin


Stage 8: 9 July

Pau / Bagnères-de-Luchon (184 km)

Winner: Chris Froome, Team Sky (Continental)


Stage 7: 8 July

L'Isle-Jourdain / Lac de Payolle (162,5 km)

Winner: Stephen Cummings, Dimension Data (Continental)


Stage 6: 7 July

Arpajon-sur-Cère / Montauban (190,5 km)

Winner: Mark Cavendish, Dimension Data (Continental)


Stage 5: 6 July
Limoges - Le Lioran (216 km)
Winner: Greg Van Avermaet, BMC (Continental)

After a solo of 17 kilometers Van Avermaet, BMC finally won stage five and will be riding in the yellow jersey on 7 July. Thomas de Gendt, Lotto  Soudal (Continental) finished second and by winning three KOM sprints (King of the Mountain sprints) will be wearing the polka dot jersey on stage six of the Tour. “Wearing that jersey is a big dream. I was never able to wear a jersey in a Grand Tour so I am really happy”, he said afterwards.  


Stage 4: 5 July
Granville / Angers (237,5 km)
Winner:  Marcel Kittel, Etixx-Quick Step


Stage 3: 4 July
Granville / Angers (223,5 km)
Winner: Mark Cavendish, Dimension Data (Continental)


Stage 2: 3 July
Saint-Lo / Cherbourg-En-Cotentin (183 km)
Winner: Peter Sagan, Tinkoff


Stage 1: 2 July
Mont-Saint-Michel / Utah Beach Sainte-Marie-du-Mont (188 km)
Winner: Mark Cavendish, Dimension Data (Continental)

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