After three intense weeks on the roads of Spain and France, the riders of the Tour de France 2023 end with the Grande Boucle. And on the Champs-Élysées, this Sunday July 23, the Belgian Jordi Meeus was the strongest in the sprint and surprised the favorites. Jonas Vingegaard wins his second consecutive title on the Grande Boucle.
- Jordi Meeus won the 21st and final stage of the Tour de France 2023 after a massive sprint on the Champs-Élysées.
- In the general classification of this Tour de France, Jonas Vingegaard finished well ahead and pocketed a second consecutive title on the Grande Boucle. Tadej Pogacar finishes in second position and Adam Yates completes the podium.
- Follow with us the latest information on the Tour de France 2023.
Jordi Meeus surprises the favorites and wins the last stage of the Tour de France 2023. At the very beginning of this stage which serves above all as a celebration, Victor Campenaerts, the super combative of this edition, went on the attack once again. But the Belgian gets up very quickly with a smile on his face. After the celebrations, the peloton will accelerate as they enter Paris just over 60 kilometers from the finish. And the Champs still give ideas to Tadej Pogacar who tries to start at the head of the peloton. It is then a trio that tries to finish this stage in a breakaway but Simon Clarke, Nelson Oliveira and Frederik Frison are caught 12km from the finish. Finally, as usual, the final explanation will take place after a massive sprint. Whether Jasper Philipsen is well launched, the green jersey will be locked up by Dylan Groenewegen and will not be able to hold back the ardor of his compatriot Jordi Meeus who ends up in front for a few millimeters. Jonas Vingegaard, for his part, finished with his team a few minutes later to celebrate his second title in the Grande Boucle. He finished 7’29” ahead of Tadej Pogacar.
Discover the impressive finish of this Tour de France 2023 with a massive sprint won by forceps by the Belgian surprise Jordi Meeus.
After the surprise victory of Jordi Meeus, it is Jonas Vingegaard and his team who cross the finish line at the end of this 21st stage of the Tour de France 2023. The Dane wins the Grande Boucle for the second time in a row.
Amazing ! It was another Belgian than Jasper Philipsen who finally won on the Champs-Élysées! Jordi Meeus was particularly solid and surprised the favourites.
The yellow jersey team rises to celebrate the new coronation of Jonas Vingegaard for the second consecutive year.
The bell rang as Fraile and Campenaerts tried to create a new breakaway. There are only 7 kilometers left to cover in this Tour de France 2023.
Those who cannot sprint are trying to get the stage victory before everyone else, but the sprinter teams manage to control it.
The Frenchman and the Dane want to give way to the peloton in this 21st stage of the Tour de France 2023 when the leading men have been taken over, but the mission promises to be tough.
Just under 12 kilometers from the finish, the leading trio was finally taken over by the peloton led by an efficient Tony Gallopin.
The end of this Tour de France 2023 is approaching! There are only two laps left on the Champs-Élysées. The peloton is still 15″ behind.
The Australian manages to catch up on the peloton and should therefore save his 7th place overall in this Tour de France 2023.
The peloton is still unable to come back to the leading group at the end of the last stage of the Tour de France 2023.
The riders are 3 laps from the end of this Tour de France 2023. The sprinter teams are stepping up their efforts to catch up on the leading trio.
After a wavering in the peloton, the three leading men have made up time in this last stage of the Tour de France 2023 and have a 17″ lead.
The leading trio is only 5″ ahead of the peloton, which continues to make an effort to catch up.
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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.
Find the list of all the riders entered for the Tour de France 2023.
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