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    Default Tour de France 2020 route

    Tour de France 2020 route
    Stage Date Start Finish Distance Terrain
    1 Sat August 29 Nice Moyen Pays Nice 156km Flat
    2 Sun August 30 Nice Haut Pays Nice 187km Mountain
    3 Mon August 31 Nice Sisteron 198km Flat
    4 Tues Sept 1 Sisteron Orcières-Merlette 157km Hilly
    5 Weds Sept 2 Gap Privas 183km Flat
    6 Thurs Sept 3 Le Teil Mount Aigoual 191km Hilly
    7 Fri Sept 4 Millau Lavaur 168km Hilly
    8 Sat Sept 5 Cazères-sur-Garonne Loudenvielle 140km Mountain
    9 Sun Sept 6 Pau Laruns 154km Mountain
    Rest day Mon Sept 7 Charente-Maritimes
    10 Tues Sept 8 The Château d’Oleron Saint-Martin-de-Ré 170km Flat
    11 Weds Sept 9 Châtelaillon-Plage Poitiers 167km Flat
    12 Thurs Sept 10 Chauvigny Sarran Corrèze 218km Hilly
    13 Fri Sept 11 Châtel-Guyon Puy Mary Cantal 191km Mountain
    14 Sat Sept 12 Clermont-Ferrand Lyon 197km Flat
    15 Sun Sept 13 Lyon Grand Colombier 175km Mountain
    Rest day Mon Sept 14 Isère
    16 Tues Sept 15 La Tour-du-Pin Villard-de-Lans 164km Mountain
    17 Weds Sept 16 Grenoble Col de la Loze 168km Mountain
    18 Thurs Sept 17 Méribel La-Roche-sur-Foron 168km Mountain
    19 Fri Sept 18 Bourg-en-Bresse Champagnole 160km Flat
    20 Sat Sept 19 Lure Planche de Belles Filles 36km Time trial
    21 Sun Sept 20 Mantes-la-Jolie Paris (Champs-Élysées) 122km Flat
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    Hmm. Your schedule shows seven flat stages (not including the last day which is not really a race). I thought they were saying only five sprint stages. Perhaps I'm wrong in equating flat with sprint. Anyway, the less sprints the better, I think. I don't care so much when they go 150km and then some guys wins it by getting a clever draft from teammates and sprinting the last 200m.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    Hmm. Your schedule shows seven flat stages (not including the last day which is not really a race). I thought they were saying only five sprint stages. Perhaps I'm wrong in equating flat with sprint. Anyway, the less sprints the better, I think. I don't care so much when they go 150km and then some guys wins it by getting a clever draft from teammates and sprinting the last 200m.
    I copied the schedule from Le Tour de France website
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    We shall see. Makes some COVID sense maybe to stay in the mountains and out of larger towns.

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    What a bitching race.

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    Wow this is exciting!

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    Nice to see some different names and some real competition right up to the end.

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    Amazing performance by Tadej Pogacar, Slovenian cyclist, age 22.

    JERSEY WEARERS 2020

    yellow jersey Tadej Pogacar 87h 20' 05''

    green jersey Sam BENNETT 380 pts

    polka dot (king of the mountains) jersey Tadej Pogacar 82 pts

    white jersey Tadej Pogacar 87h 20' 05''
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