Promised to the sprinters, the 18th stage was won by the breakaway in extremis with Kasper Asgreen as winner.
- The breakaway of the 18th stage went to the end with superb suspense. It was Kasper Asgreen who crossed the finish line in first position.
- In the general classification of this Tour de France, Jonas Vingegaard is largely the leader of this Tour de France with more than 7 minutes ahead of Tadej Pogacar and Adam Yates.
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Tomorrow, the runners will start from Moirans-en-Montagne and go as far as Poligny. It will be a rough course. There will be two difficulties with the Côte du Bois de Lionge (1.9km at 5.7%) and the Côte d’Ivory (2.3km at 5.9%). The intermediate sprint will take place at around 98km.
At the end of this 18th stage between Moûtiers and Bourg-en-Bresse, the jerseys have not changed hands. Jasper Philipsen consolidated its lead and now has 352 points. Bryan Coquard, who had provisionally taken second place in the intermediate sprint, lost second position to Mads Pedersen.
Kasper Asgreen won in the final of the 18th stage in Bourg-en-Bresse and trapped all the sprinters wishing to do battle.
This stage therefore rewarded the valiant breakaway throughout the race. It was Kasper Asgreen who won ahead of Pascal Eenkhoorn. Jasper Philipsen finished 4th while Mads Pedersen was positioned 5th.
- 1. Kasper Asgreen
- 2. Pascal Eenkhoorn
- 3. Jonas Abrahamsen
- 4. Jasper Philipsen
- 5. Mads Pedersen
Kasper Asgreen won the 18th stage between Moûtiers and Bourg-en-Bresse. In the breakaway from the first kilometer, the Danish rider offered a first victory to the Soudal Quick-Step formation on the Tour de France 2023. Jasper Philipsen finished 4th.
The breakaway has been ahead for nearly 183km. The pursuit in the peloton is not very structured. There are less than 10 seconds between the peloton and the leading men less than 2km from the finish line.
There are very large relays. The team members in the peloton are at their best. It is difficult to come back to the quartet which continues to roll very well.
The peloton is poorly organized. This favors the breakaway, which maintains a 23″ gap about 7km from the finish. The teams support each other at the front. We alternate and balance the balance of power.
The riders are only missing 10 kilometers before the final finish. There is a 20 second gap with the breakaway.
There is only one man left at Alpecin-Deceuninck. There are very large relays. The formations are forced to sacrifice teammates who will be less fresh to start the sprint.
They are still four at the front, Victor Campenaerts has accelerated.
The leading men let go of the seconds little by little. There’s only a 30 second lead.
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Route and map of the Tour de France 2023
Here is the official map and the route of the Tour de France 2023 whose start has been set in Bilbao, Spain. A course that is concentrated almost exclusively in the Center and East of France. Several recognized passes have been programmed, in the Pyrenees and the Alps. The Tourmalet and the Grand Colombier have notably been included in the programme. In detail, this Tour de France offers 3,404 kilometres, 30 passes (Out of category, 1st category or 2nd category), 4 summit finishes and 22 kilometers of time trial. The organization has declared 6 flat stages, 6 hilly ones, 8 mountain ones and one stopwatch.
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List of stages of the Tour de France 2023
- Saturday 1 July – Stage 1: Bilbao – Bilbao, 182 km
- Sunday July 2 – Stage 2: Vitoria-Gasteiz – San Sebastian, 209 km
- Monday July 3 – Stage 3: Amorebieta-Etxano – Bayonne, 185 km
- Tuesday July 4 – Stage 4: Dax – Nogaro, 182 km
- Wednesday July 5 – Stage 5: Pau – Laruns, 165 km
- Thursday July 6 – Stage 6: Tarbes – Cauterets, 145 km
- Friday July 7 – Stage 7: Mont-de-Marsan – Bordeaux, 170 km
- Saturday July 8 – Stage 8: Libourne – Limoges, 201 km
- Sunday July 9 – Stage 9: Saint-Leonard-de-Noblat – Puy-de-Dôme, 184 km
- Monday July 10 – 1st rest day in Clermont-Ferrand
- Tuesday July 11 – Stage 10: Vulcania – Issoire, 167 km
- Wednesday July 12 – Stage 11: Clermont-Ferrand – Moulins, 180 km
- Thursday July 13 – Stage 12: Roanne – Belleville-en-Beaujolais, 169 km
- Friday July 14 – Stage 13: Châtillon-sur-Chalaronne – Grand Colombier, 138 km
- Saturday July 15 – Stage 14: Annemasse – Morzine, 152 km
- Sunday July 16 – Stage 15: Morzine – Saint-Gervais-Mont Blanc, 180 km
- Monday July 17 – 2nd rest day in Saint-Gervais-Mont Blanc
- Tuesday July 18 – Stage 16: Passy – Combloux, individual time trial 22 km
- Wednesday July 19 – Stage 17: Saint-Gervais-Mont Blanc – Courchevel, 166 km
- Thursday July 20 – Stage 18: Moutiers – Bourg-en-Bresse, 186 km
- Friday July 21 – Stage 19: Moirans-en-Montagne – Poligny, 173 km
- Saturday July 22 – Stage 20: Belfort – Le Markstein, 133 km
- Sunday July 23 – Stage 21: National Velodrome of Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines – Paris Champs-Elysées, 115 km