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Final startlist Volta ao Algarve with Hindley, Ganna, Pidcock, Jakobsen, Almeida and Kristoff

The 2023 Volta ao Algarve is scheduled to unfold from February 15th to 19th in the scenic Algarve region of southern Portugal. This prestigious event attracts a stellar lineup of the world's top sprinters, time-trialists, classics riders, and stage racers. With a week filled with thrilling racing, the picturesque landscape of the Algarve sets the stage for an unforgettable cycling spectacle.

The final startlist includes the following: Quinten Hermans , Sergio Higuita , Jai Hindley , Jordi Meeus , Stefan Bissegger , Stefan Küng , Valentin Madouas, Thymen Arensman , Filippo Ganna , Daniel Martínez , Tom Pidcock , Rui Costa , Tobias Foss , Kasper Asgreen , Fabio Jakobsen , Warren Barguil, João Almeida , Matteo Trentin , Tobias Johannessen and Alexander Kristoff .

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Alpecin - Deceuninck

1 Hermans, Quinten

2 Janssens, Jimmy

3 Sbaragli, Kristian

4 Bayer, Tobias

5 Conci, Nicola

6 Meurisse, Xandro

7 Kielich, Timo

BORA - hansgrohe

11 Haller, Marco

12 Higuita, Sergio

13 Hindley, Jai

14 Koch, Jonas

15 Meeus, Jordi

16 Politt, Nils

17 Wandahl, Frederik

EF Education - EasyPost

21 Bissegger, Stefan

22 Cort Nielsen, Magnus

23 Doull, Owain

24 Eiking, Odd Christian

25 Kudus, Merhawi

26 Padun, Mark

27 Berg, Julius van den

Groupama - FDJ

31 Askey, Lewis

32 Penhoët, Paul

33 Küng, Stefan

34 Le Gac, Olivier

35 Madouas, Valentin

36 Scotson, Miles

37 Stewart, Jake

INEOS Grenadiers

41 Arensman, Thymen

42 Castroviejo, Jonathan

43 Plus, Laurens De

44 Ganna, Filippo

45 Kwiatkowski, Michal

46 Martínez, Daniel

47 Pidcock, Tom

Intermarché - Circus - Wanty

51 Costa, Rui

52 Pooter, Dries De

53 Goossens, Kobe

54 Herregodts, Rune

55 Mihkels, Madis

56 Sintmaartensdijk, Roel van

57 Teunissen, Mike

Jumbo - Visma

62 Dijke, Tim van

63 Foss, Tobias

64 Geleijn, Owen

65 Leemreize, Gijs

66 Oomen, Sam

67 Vader, Milan

Soudal - Quick-Step

71 Asgreen, Kasper

72 Cavagna, Rémi

73 Declercq, Tim

74 Jakobsen, Fabio

75 Mørkøv, Michael

76 Pedersen, Casper

77 Wilder, Ilan Van

Team Arkéa - Samsic

81 Barguil, Warren

82 Gesbert, Elie

83 Guernalec, Thibault

84 Guglielmi, Simon

85 Hofstetter, Hugo

86 Owsian, Lukasz

87 Louvel, Matîs

91 Bittner, Pavel

92 Degenkolb, John

93 Eekhoff, Nils

94 Hvideberg, Jonas

95 Onley, Oscar

96 Uden, Casper van

97 Vermaerke, Kevin

Trek - Segafredo

101 Baroncini, Filippo

102 Gallopin, Tony

103 Mollema, Bauke

104 Mosca, Jacopo

105 Tesfatsion, Natnael

106 Theuns, Edward

107 Vacek, Mathias

UAE Team Emirates

111 Almeida, João

112 Fisher-Black, Finn

113 Hirschi, Marc

114 Oliveira, Ivo

115 Oliveira, Rui

116 Trentin, Matteo

Caja Rural - Seguros RG A

121 Martín, Sergio

122 Prades, Eduard

123 Schlegel, Michal

124 Babor, Daniel

125 Barrenetxea, Jon

126 Leitão, Iúri

127 Pira, Yesid

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131 Chrétien, Charles-Étienne

132 Aasvold, Kristian

133 Haga, Chad

134 Hecht, Gage

135 Gibson, Matt

136 Hoecke, Gijs Van

137 Weemaes, Sasha

Tudor Pro Cycling Team

141 Bohli, Tom

142 Charrin, Aloïs

143 Kamp, Alexander

144 Kelemen, Petr

145 Pellaud, Simon

146 Reichenbach, Sébastien

147 Suter, Joel

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151 Kristoff, Alexander

152 Tiller, Rasmus

153 Wærenskjold, Søren

154 Skaarseth, Anders

155 Johannessen, Tobias

156 Charmig, Anthon

157 Resell, Erik

ABTF Betão - Feirense

161 Miller, Barry

162 Pinheiro, Ivo

163 Mesa, Santiago

164 Eulálio, Afonso

165 Oliveira, Fábio

166 Moreira, Francisco

167 Andrade, Pedro

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171 Simão, Rúben

172 Barbosa, Diogo

173 Blanco, Samuel

174 Lourenço, Rafael

175 Pereira, Válter

176 Fernandes, Venceslau

177 Salgueiro, Carlos

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181 Meireles, Nuno

182 Viegas, Daniel

183 Del Pino, Jesus

184 Contte, Tomas

185 Oyarzún, Carlos Iván

186 Martingil, César

187 D'Aquila, Nahuel

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191 Ramalho, André

192 Leaça, Gonçalo

193 Caixas, Rodrigo

194 Macedo, João

195 Narciso, Diogo

196 Vie, Francois

197 Medeiros, João

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201 Silva, Joaquim

202 Antunes, Tiago

203 Casimiro, Henrique

204 Duarte, Emanuel

205 Gonçalves, Gaspar

206 Grigorev, Aleksandr

207 Silva, Rafael

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211 Figueiredo, Frederico

212 Garcia, Sergio

213 Silva, Pedro

214 Costa, Fábio

215 Mendonça, Luis

216 Nych, Artem

217 Moreira, Mauricio

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221 Gomes, Luis

222 Silva, Afonso

223 Bustamante, Adrián

224 Ferreira, António

225 Gonçalves, Helder

226 Sousa, José

227 Campos, Noah

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232 Fernandes, Luís

233 Nunes, Hugo

234 Garcia, Guillermo

235 Hernaiz, Vicente

236 Leal, Tiago

237 Lopes, Pedro

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241 Carvalho, Rui

242 Barbio, António

243 Amado, Gonçalo

244 Matias, João

245 Linarez, Leangel

246 Morais, Francisco

247 Saenz, Nicolás

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Volta ao Algarve 2024

5 stages • 14-02-2024 -> 18-02-2024.

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Portimão (POR) -> Lagos (POR)

14-02-2024 • 200.8 kms

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Lagoa (POR) -> Alto da Foia - Monchique (POR)

15-02-2024 • 171.9 kms

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Vila Real de Santo António (POR) -> Tavira (POR)

16-02-2024 • 192.2 kms

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Albufeira (POR) -> Albufeira (POR)

17-02-2024 • 22.0 kms

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Faro (POR) -> Alto do Malhão (POR)

18-02-2024 • 165.8 kms

Astana Qazaqstan Team

Soudal - quick step, groupama - fdj, ef education - easypost, dsm-firmenich postnl, ineos grenadiers, lidl - trek, red bull - bora - hansgrohe, arkéa - b&b hotels, caja rural - seguros rga, intermarché - wanty, alpecin - deceuninck, sabgal - anicolor, aviludo - louletano - loulé concelho, rádio popular - paredes - boavista, ap hotels & resorts /tavira/ sc farense, uae team emirates, credibom / la aluminios / marcos car, tavfer - ovos matinados - mortágua, tudor pro cycling team, kelly / simoldes / udo, uno-x mobility, abtf betão - feirense, efapel cycling, when it began to dispute this race.

The first time was in the year 1960 and this edition is number 50

How many kilometers are covered? And stages?

752 kms are covered in a total of 5 stage/s

What day begins? How long does it last?

It starts on 14-02-2024 in Portimão and ends on 18-02-2024 in Alto do Malhão

How many teams and cyclists participate?

A total of 175 cyclists and 25 teams . Click on this link to see more

What UCI category does this race have?

UCI Pro Series (Various stages) 2.Pro

What company or organizer manages it?

Federação Portuguesa de Ciclismo

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Volta ao Algarve Standings 2023

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2024 Tour de France: How to watch, schedule and odds

The 111th Tour de France continues on its path through Italy on Monday for Stage 3 of the race.

Stage 3 is the first flat stage of the race after cyclists rode back-to-back days of hilly terrain in the race's first two stages . Monday will also be the last stage that is entirely in Italy, as the competitors will enter France by the end of Stage 4 on Tuesday.

Slovenian cyclist Tadej Pogačar wears the yellow jersey – signifying his leadership in the race – for Stage 3, while Jonas Abrahamsen wears the green after taking the lead in points classification on Sunday.

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  • Tadej Pogačar (-110)
  • Jonas Vingegaard (+110)
  • Remco Evenepoel (+1000)
  • Any other not listed (+1200)
  • Primoz Roglic (+2500)
  • Carlos Rodriguez (+3300)
  • Adam Yates (+3300)
  • Juan Ayuso (+3300)
  • Joao Almeida (+3300)
  • Matteo Jorgenson (+5000)
  • Simon Yates (+5000)
  • Jai Hindley (+6600)
  • Egan Bernal (+10000)
  • Wout van Aert (+100000)

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June 30, 2024 : Astana Qazaqstan Team's Colombian rider Harold Tejada (C), flanked by Groupama - FDJ team's French rider Quentin Pacher (2nd L), Arkea - B&B Hotels team's French rider Kevin Vauquelin and Arkea - B&B Hotels team's Colombian rider Cristian Rodriguez leads a breakaway up the San Luca ascent near Bologna during the 2nd stage of the 111th edition of the Tour de France cycling race, 199 km between Cesenatico and Bologna, in Italy.

2024 Tour de France: Romain Bardet wins Stage 1, full race results

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Bold racing from France’s Romain Bardet and the Netherlands’ Frank van den Broek paid off as the pair got their storybrook ending to win Stage 1 of the 111th edition of the Tour de France on Saturday. 

In his final year before retirement, Bardet will finally wear the coveted yellow jersey. Bardet had previously won three Tour de France stages from 2015-2017, but this opening stage win will surely be the sweetest.  

After his win, Bardet told the media that the yellow jersey was the last goal of his decade-long career.

“I’m finally myself, I’m at a loss for words,” Bardet said . 

Bardet was joined at the finish line by teammate van den Broek, who helped the team leader all the way to the finish line, highlighting the importance of teamwork throughout the 21-stage race. 

Stage 1 of the 2024 Tour de France featured an unprecedented Grand Départ in Italy to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Ottavio Bottecchia's historic 1924 victory as the first Italian to win the Tour. Riders completed a challenging 205 km (128 miles) hilly route with seven categorized climbs and over 3,600m (11,800 feet) in elevation gain. Originating in Florence, Italy, cyclists rode through San Marino and the Apennine mountain range to reach the Italian city of Rimini on the Adriatic coast. 

Bardet and van den Broek broke away from the peloton with approximately 40km to go. Although the field faced a strong headwind down the flat road into Rimini, the pair managed to withstand an encroaching peloton armed with the field’s best sprinters with just a few meters to spare. 

A group of the best climbers broke away for most of the race, but Norway’s Jonas Abrahamsen did enough to earn the King of the Mountains classification and will wear the polka-dotted jersey used to recognize the best climber. 

Temperatures over 90 added to the difficulty of this stage and team Astana Qazaqstan paid a heavy price. Team leader Mark Cavendish appeared to struggle with heat-related issues and dropped from the peloton early on. His teammate, Michele Gazzoli of Italy, who also seemed affected by the heat, became the first man to withdraw from the race.

Slovenia’s Tadej Pogacar, the favorite to win the 2024 Tour de France, set himself up well with a fourth-place finish, while Denmark’s Jonas Vingegaard proved he is certainly healthy enough to be in the mix as he pursues a three-peat after sustaining serious injuries in a crash in April. 

Here’s a full list of results from Stage 1:

2024 Tour de France Stage 1 results

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  • Date: 17 February 2023
  • Start time: 10:55 (11:55 CET)
  • Avg. speed winner: 39.924 km/h
  • Race category: ME - Men Elite
  • Distance: 203.1 km
  • Points scale: 2.PRO.Stage
  • UCI scale: UCI.WR.Pro.Stage
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  • ProfileScore: 58
  • Vertical meters: 2369
  • Departure: Faro
  • Arrival: Tavira
  • Race ranking: 33
  • Startlist quality score: 548
  • Won how: Sprint of small group
  • Avg. temperature: 16 °C

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Volta ao Algarve broke the media impact record in 2024

Volta ao Algarve broke the media impact record in 2024

The 50th edition of the Volta ao Algarve, held between 14 and 18 February, broke all media impact records, reveals a study carried out by Cision for the Portuguese Cycling Federation, released this week. The media space occupied by the Volta ao Algarve is equivalent to a value of 36,054,649 euros, an absolute record since 2018, the year of Cision’s … Read More

Remco Evenepoel wins Volta ao Algarve for the third time

Remco Evenepoel wins Volta ao Algarve for the third time

Remco Evenepoel (Soudal Quick-Step) confirmed his favoritism and celebrated the overall victory in the 50th Volta ao Algarve. In the final stage, the Belgian resisted all attacks and arrived at Alto do Malhão in second place, behind Daniel Martínez (BORA-hamsgrohe), securing his third title in Algarve and tying Belmiro Silva’s record (won in 1977, 1981 and 1984). “I’m happy with … Read More

A little bit of history in Alto do Malhão?

A little bit of history in Alto do Malhão?

Alto do Malhão. A traditional finish, but every year with its own story. It’s climbed twice – the second coincides with the finish line – and it can decide the Volta ao Algarve. With a 47 second lead, Remco Evenepoel (Soudal Quick-Step), who got the Yellow Jersey Turismo do Algarve after the time trial, has a good lead. But will … Read More

Remco Evenepoel dominates time trial and takes the lead

Remco Evenepoel dominates time trial and takes the lead

Remco Evenepoel (Soudal Quick-Step) won the 22-kilometer time trial of the fourth stage of Volta ao Algarve, in Albufeira, imposing himself with a time of 27m09s (average of 48.619 km/h), which boosted him into the lead of the general classification. He is the new owner of the Turismo do Algarve yellow jersey. The Belgian proved why he is wearing the … Read More

Albufeira time trial promises changes in the general classification

Albufeira time trial promises changes in the general classification

The fourth day of competition in the 50th edition of Volta ao Algarve will be highlighted by the unprecedented 22-kilometer time trial in Albufeira, with many changes expected in the general classification. Daniel Martínez (Bora-Hansgrohe), leader of the Algarve Tourism Region yellow jersey, will be the last to set off from the Albufeira Marina and will try to defend his … Read More

Wout van Aert wins thrilling sprint in Tavira

Wout van Aert wins thrilling sprint in Tavira

Wout van Aert (Team Visma | Lease a Bike) celebrated his victory in the third stage of Volta ao Algarve, after overcoming Rui Oliveira (UAE Team Emirates) and Marius Mayrhofer (Tudor Pro Cycling Team) in a thrilling sprint finish in Tavira. Daniel Martínez (BORA-hansgrohe) remains leader in the general classification. “My goal was to avoid problems at the sprint finishes. … Read More

Tavira is always for the sprinters... almost

Tavira is always for the sprinters… almost

After a complicated day in Alto da Fóia, the weather will once again be much nicer and the third stage of the 50th Volta ao Algarve will also have less difficulties. At least as far as the climbs is concerned because the finish in Tavira has its challenges on a day that the 192.2 kilometer route starting in Vila Real … Read More

Daniel Martínez overcomes Remco in Fóia and takes the lead

Daniel Martínez overcomes Remco in Fóia and takes the lead

Volta ao Algarve was once again synonymous of happiness for Daniel Martínez (BORA-hansgrohe). In the second stage, the winner of the last edition triumphed over Remco Evenepoel (Soudal Quick-Step) at the top of Foia and took the overall lead. “I am very happy, we wanted to win the stage here and with me and with Sergio we did quite well … Read More

Alto da Fóia: time for the candidates to present themselves

Alto da Fóia: time for the candidates to present themselves

It’s the day to start defining the favorites to win the Yellow Jersey Turismo do Algarve, owned by Gerben Thijssen (Intermarché-Wanty) after the win in Lagos. The second stage of Volta ao Algarve ends in Alto da Fóia and there is no shortage of candidates, with two looking to make a little more history in Volta ao Algarve: Remco Evenepoel … Read More

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When he hits the links July 11-14, Adam Long will try to build upon his last performance in the ISCO Championship. In 2023, he shot 15-under and finished 16th at Keene Trace Golf Club (Champions Course).

The ISCO Championship tournament and course info

  • Date: July 11-14, 2024
  • Location: Nicholasville, Kentucky, USA
  • Course: Keene Trace Golf Club (Champions Course)
  • Par: 72 / 7,328 yards
  • Previous winner: Vincent Norrman

At the ISCO Championship

  • Long has played the ISCO Championship once of late, in 2023. He finished 16th, posting a score of 15-under.
  • En route to winning this tournament in 2023, Vincent Norrman posted numbers of 5.184 in Strokes Gained: Off-the-Tee (third in field), 0.16 in SG: Approach the Green (49th), and 5.193 in SG: Putting (seventh).
  • En route to his victory last year, Norrman posted an average driving distance of 315.9 (14th in field), hit 69.44% of greens in regulation (35th), and took 26 putts per round (first).

Long's recent history at the ISCO Championship

Long's recent performances.

  • Over his last five appearances, Long has finished in the top five once.
  • He has made two cuts over his last five tournaments.
  • Over his last five events, Long has finished in the top 10 once.
  • He has carded an average score of 7-under over his last five tournaments.
  • Off the tee, Adam Long has averaged 296.3 yards in his past five tournaments.
  • Long is averaging -3.807 in terms of Strokes Gained: Putting in his past five tournaments.
  • Long is averaging -3.400 Strokes Gained: Total in his past five tournaments.

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  • In those 10 tournaments, he had a 30% success rate in terms of making the cut (three cuts made).

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Thrilling first Tour de France stage from Florence to Rimini puts paid to GC hopes of Gaudu, Buitrago

In what is due to be his final Tour de France , Romain Bardet (DSM-Firmenich PostNL) rolled back the years to take the most stunning win of his career on stage 1 of the 2024 race, surviving a charging peloton by the barest of margins to net him a first-ever stint in the yellow jersey.

Bardet crossed the line with teammate Frank van den Broek after the DSM duo put on a masterclass on the road from Florence to Rimini, completing a breathless finish with only a few metres and five seconds to spare from Wout van Aert (Visma-Lease a Bike) who took third.

10km to go, 5km to go and the flamme rouge all ticked by, with it looking more impossible by the kilometre for the duo to make it after cresting the final climb with a healthy 1:45 lead. But with the chasers faltering, when they rounded the final 90-degree corner on the Adriatic seafront, it was clear they were going to do it.

The Frenchman came alongside Van den Broek after he managed one final pull and crossed the line for the win, with the pair both putting their hands on their heads and mirroring each other's disbelief in celebration.

Bardet has won three stages of the Tour de France , the King of the Mountains classification and twice been on the overall podium in his prime, but none of those achievements will compare to taking the leader’s maillot jaune as a proud Frenchman. It’s his first Tour stage win in seven years and he’s the first Frenchman to don the famous yellow jersey since Julian Alaphilippe in the 2021 race.

“I had to back myself, I had to hope that this would go well. I didn’t know the course particularly well but Frank [van den Broek] was really strong out in front and I felt that I had nothing to lose essentially,” said Bardet, who launched his initial move from the peloton with 50km to go.

He bridged across the day’s early break, which included Van den Broek but there wasn’t just one last death pull from the Dutchman, instead came a total cooperation for the rest of the stage right to the line.

“Because Frank was so strong, we were able to work together and go for it and he really deserves this win as much as me. I don’t really have the words, it’s sport.”

Lidl-Trek, EF Education-Easy Post and Visma-Lease a Bike led the charge off the final descent of the final climb which crested in microstate San Marino, but after such a brutally tough opening day in scorching temperatures, they ran out of steam.

“We had really hard conditions up there,” said Bardet. “It was hot, then we had the wind in our faces so it was a really extraordinary scenario that we were taking on.”

But it was no surprise to see the man from Brioude, close to the middle of France where temperatures are hot, thrive in the heat to take his first-ever Tour de France yellow jersey - a career goal for Bardet.

“It’s certainly one of the goals I set for my career [the yellow jersey]. I’ve been really close before. It’s been within touching distance but I’ve never been able to do it,” he said. 

“Today I just wasn't sure that it was going to be able to happen. But I had a great teammate with me. And I think when I reflect on this victory, I will look back and remember just how special it was.”

Van den Broek himself had a great share of the spoils, ending the day on the podium alongside his teammate, who is 10 years his elder, with the green points jersey and white best young riders jersey alongside second overall.

How it Unfolded

Ice vests were at the ready for a scorching start in Florence, as for the first ever time in its 121-year history, the Tour de France started in Italy. There was a great reception for the 176 riders as they navigated the long 16km neutral zone out of the city which instead of turning pink for the Giro d’Italia, was lined with yellow for the Grand Départ of the Tour. 

The bunch rode past the iconic sites in the Tuscan city from Brunelleschi's Duomo and Giotto's Campanile to the Uffizi Gallery and across the Arno River on the Ponte Vecchio bridge but all eyes were on race director Christian Prudhomme and the flag drop.

Racing got underway with 206km separating them from the finish in Rimini and the attacks came right from the off, with the likes of Valentin Madouas (Groupama-FDJ) and Bardet among those trying their luck.

Small groups formed but they were closely followed and not allowed much of an advantage, until a stacked seven-man break made a sizeable gap and looked to have formed the break of the day - Matej Mohoric (Bahrain Victorious), Madouas, Ion Izagirre (Cofidis), Clément Champoussin (Arkéa-B&B Hotels), Frank van den Broek (DSM-Firmenich PostNL), Sandy Dujardin and Mattéo Vercher (both TotalEnergies).

Desperation set in behind for Uno-X Mobility who first sent Odd Christian Eiking and Rasmus Tiller to try and bridge across the one-minute gap but it was their teammate Jonas Ambrahamsen who managed to counter across to the front, bringing Ryan Gibbons with him to form a group of nine in the break. 

This took place on the  first and longest climb of the day to Col de Valico Tre Faggi (12.5 km at 5.1%), where sprinters started to struggle in the near 40-degree heat.

Mark Cavendish (Astana Qazaqstan) was the big focus, with the veteran fast man suffering majorly in the heat and even vomiting on his bike as he dropped away with over 160km to race.

At the front of the peloton, EF Education-EasyPost, who had let the gap go out to as big as five minutes, took up the mantle of chasing.

The break shrunk to five over the next three climbs when Vercher, Dujardin, Champoussin and Izagirre couldn’t hold the pace, and over the tough Côte de Barbott climb their advantage was significantly reduced down to 1:52.

After a lull in racing throughout the middle phase, UAE Team Emirates moved up to the front in support of GC leader Tadej Pogačar, who was the pre-stage favourite for the day, with 72km to go.

Abrahamsen, Madouas, Van den Broek and Gibbons showed the best climbing legs over the climb, with Mohoric making it back on thanks to his great descending skills.

Defending Tour winners Visma-Lease a Bike took over from UAE in their new blue jerseys over the Côte de San Leo. This reduced the deficit further to just 1:30 with two climbs still to come. 

But the pace still wasn’t high enough for some, prompting Bardet to go on the attack 50km from the line in what is his final Tour de France. 

Van den Broek dropped himself from the break and put on a big turn for his leader, Bardet, whose savvy solo move meant he went over the crest of the climb 1:20 in front of the peloton. The DSM duo quickly dropped Abrahamsen and Madouas to take over the lead as a duo.

The next opportunist to try and bridge across was EF’s Ben Healy at the bottom of the Côte de Montemaggio (4.2km at 6.6%) climb. He had a 1:23 advantage to try and make up at the time of his attack.

Visma eased after the launch from Healy and with a man up the road for EF, the American squad knocked off any chase, leading the gap to go back out to 1:40 from Bardet and Van den Broek,

The descent off the Montemaggio climb led the race into San Marino, with Bardet and his teammate holding a one-minute advantage over Healy and 1:45 on the peloton who had slowed down as they approached the day’s final climb - the Côte de San Marino (7.1km at 4.8%).

With under 30km to go, there was finally change at the front of the peloton as Ineos and Lidl-Trek took over on the front, likely pacing for Tom Pidcock and Mads Pedersen, who had managed to survive the climbs so far in the day. 

Bardet, to give himself a better chance of making it, rode up the final climb on the front with Van den Broek in his wheel, knowing how useful his young Dutch teammate would be on the final descent and flat run for home in Rimini. 

EF then made another move and attacked their own man Healy after the Irishman started stalling in his chase further up the road, with Neilson Powless leading Alberto Bettiol to the top of the climb so he could try to launch in the Italian bands.

The breathless run for home kicked off fully when Visma, EF and Trek were all committing men to the chase into Rimini, eating away at the DSM duo’s advantage in quick time. The time gap ticked away right until the final corner where it disappeared from the broadcast.

And at the same time, Bardet and Van den Broek had disappeared from the chasers in the final few corners, pulling what was posted to an 11-second gap out to an unreachable lead. The Dutchman took a final pull, barely able to pedal anymore, before Bardet took over to take the win in what will be a memorable Tour de France winners picture for years to come. Incroyable racing in Rimini.

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