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  2. Watch Tour de France on TV: Channel, start time and how to ...

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    The 2022 Tour de France sees Slovenian two-time winner Tadej Pogacar aim to claim a third yellow jersey in four years, but he is up against the reigning champion Jonas Vingegaard and his ...

  3. 2022 Tour de France - Wikipedia

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    The 2022 Tour de France was the 109th edition of the Tour de France. It started in Copenhagen, Denmark on 1 July 2022 and ended with the final stage on the Champs-Élysées, Paris on 24 July 2022.

  4. List of teams and cyclists in the 2022 Tour de France

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    List of teams and cyclists in the 2022 Tour de France. The number of riders per nation that participated in the 2022 Tour de France: 20+. 10–19. 2–9. 1. 176 riders across 22 eight-member teams took part in the 2022 Tour de France. [1] [2] Twenty-seven [a] nationalities took part, with the largest percentage being French (11% of the peloton ...

  5. Tour de France: Unchained - Wikipedia

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    Tour de France: Unchained is a television documentary series that gives a behind-the-scenes look at the major road cycling race the Tour de France . About Released on 8 June 2023, the first season of Tour de France: Unchained followed selected riders and their teams through the 2022 Tour de France.

  6. Rivalries, crashes and meltdowns: Tour de France storylines ...

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    Imagine speeding down a winding mountain road going 60 mph, protected by little more than carbon, spandex and a helmet, surrounded by nearly 200 competitors as thousands of stunned onlookers shout ...

  7. Tour de France records and statistics - Wikipedia

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    Overall Speed of the Tour de France. The 2022 edition was the fastest Tour de France in history. Jonas Vingegaard rode 3,349,8 km in 79h 33' 20", thus realising an overall speed of 42.102 km/h (26.161 mph). [17] The slowest Tour de France was the edition of 1919, when Firmin Lambot 's average speed was 24.1 km/h.

  8. 2022 Tour de France, Stage 1 to Stage 11 - Wikipedia

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    2022 Tour de France, Stage 1 to Stage 11 The 2022 Tour de France was the 109th edition of the Tour de France. It started in Copenhagen, Denmark on 1 July [1] and ended with the final stage at Champs-Élysées, Paris on 24 July. [2]

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