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Who won the time trial in the Tour de France?

Wout Van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) stormed to victory on the penultimate stage of the Tour de France winning the 30.8-kilometre time trial between Liborne and Saint-Emilion on Saturday. cyclingnews.comTour de France: Van Aert storms to victory as Pogacar seals his second overall title

Who will win the Tour de France 2021?

Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) will win the 2021 Tour de France in Paris on Sunday after safely defending his lead on the stage 20 time trial. Cycling WeeklyTadej Pogačar sets up Tour de France 2021 victory as Wout van Aert wins stage 20 time trial

When is the final stage of the Tour de France?

Stage 21 - Chatou to Paris - 108.4km - Sunday, July 18 The final stage of the Tour de France is almost always its shortest road stage, but it packs a lot in: celebration, performance, and competition. It's never a difficult course. BicyclingTour de France 2021 - Stage 20 Preview

How long is the Tour de France?

At its close, the riders in the 2021 Tour de France will have covered 3,414 kilometres (2,121 miles) – not including the riding they do on the two rest days. Put plainly, if you were to get in a car in New York and head west, that'd get you as far as Salt Lake City. Cyclingnews.comHow hard is the Tour de France?

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Cavendish yells at mechanic, then apologizes, for bike incident |

VeloNews 16 July, 2021 - 06:16pm

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Footage showed the 36-year-old British sprinter checking out the feel of the front end of his bike before yelling at his team mechanic and slamming his front wheel into the ground before the start of the 19th stage from Mourenx and Libourne.

Det klikket for Mark Cavendish før dagens etappe i Tour de France… 😳😠

— TV 2 Sporten (@2sporten) July 16, 2021

“During a day of the Tour de France, as riders we are put in a perilous situation and I wanted my bike to be perfect, in order to help me stay safe,” he wrote on Instagram later Friday.

“My bike had some problems when I got on it this morning. Despite this, I should not have reacted in the way that I did and not so publicly,” he wrote. “I’ve been extremely close friends with my mechanics for over a decade and they’ve worked tirelessly to ensure I’ve always been safe and successful. Although they know how short I can be when I’m stressed, no one, especially those you care about, deserve to have a voice raised to them.”

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Cavendish would have set a new record of 35 Tour de France stage wins with his fifth win on the 2021 edition on Friday. He had already equalled Eddy Merckx’s 46-year-old record of 34 stage wins. But an early mass fall and lack of will from other teams to stop a breakaway allowed a large group to build up a big lead over the main pack.

“I still have Paris,” he said of Sunday’s sprint finish on the Champs-Elysees. “And I still have the jersey,” he said as he stepped down from the awards ceremony in the sprint points leader’s green tunic.

Cavendish was a late inclusion on the Deceuninck team roster but has won four stages on the 2021 Tour with a fifth possible on Sunday when the race winds up in the French capital.

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