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
Who won the time trial in the Tour de France?
Tadej Pogacar effectively sealed his second consecutive overall Tour victory as Wout van Aert won the penultimate stage of the race, the final time trial between Libourne and Saint-Émilion. The GuardianTadej Pogacar set to retain Tour de France title after stage 20 time trial
How long is the Tour de France in miles?
The terrain 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?
Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) took a fantastic stage 21 victory on the Champs-Élysées as Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) sealed his second straight Tour de France win, having led the race since stage 8.
The 2021 Tour de France ended with a 108.4 km stage from Chatou to Paris. A processional run-in got things underway in now traditional fashion before the peloton hit the first of eight laps finishing on the Champs-Élysées.
A series of determined attacks started immediately after the first passage of the finish line, but they were easily controlled by the sprint teams. The bunch gallop was a bit messy in the end, and it was Van Aert who came out on top, adding a sprint to his mountain and time trial stage wins at this year’s Tour.
Jasper Philipsen (Alpecin-Fenix) finished second and Mark Cavendish (Deceuninck-QuickStep) settled for third after finding himself out of position on the finishing straight. Though he was unable to break Eddy Merckx’s record, Cavendish does win the points classification for the second time in his career, ten years after his first green jersey.
As well as taking overall victory, Pogačar also wrapped up his lead in the best young rider and mountains classifications, and he’d be joined on the podium by Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma) and Richard Carapaz (Ineos Grenadiers) who confirmed second and third overall.
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