2023 Tour de Wallonie (2.Pro), Belgium 44th edition: July 22 - 26, 2023

Tour de Wallonie podium history | 2022 edition Stage 1 | Stage 2 | Stage 3 | Stage 4 | Stage 5

Wednesday, July 26: 5th & final stage, Banneux - Aubel, 215 km

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Andrea Bagioli wins the final stage. Photo: Getty Sport

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Weather at the finish city of Aubel at 1:50 PM, local time: 18C (64F), cloudy, with the wind from the west at 18 km/hr (11 mph). There is a 19% chance of rain, dropping to 1% at 5:00.

The race: Here's the report from stage winner Andrea Bagioli's Team Soudal Quick-Step.

Andrea Bagioli became the 12th different Soudal Quick-Step rider to take a victory this season, after a great late attack in the closing kilometers of the fifth stage – the longest of this year’s Tour de Wallonie – signing off the team’s 34th win of the year.

Our squad rode the entire day with the objective of making the race as hard as possible, and to do that, Mauro Schmid and Mauri Vansevenant went in the breakaway, applying pressure on the peloton, who knew the former was a real threat for the general classification. The Swiss, victorious this season at the Settimana Internazionale Coppi e Bartali, ended up being the last man standing of that six-man leading group, only the combined effort of several teams bringing him back before the third intermediate sprint.

Soudal Quick-Step remained prominent even after the peloton became as one again, storming to the front with five riders, including Mauro, who managed to hang on to the group. Jannik Steimle and Stan Van Tricht worked tirelessly, making sure the sprinters’ legs would be heavy by the time they hit the final climb, where Andrea took off with one of his trademark attacks.

The 24-year-old was joined before the top of the climb by Stephen Williams (Israel – PremierTech), opening a ten-second gap on a bunch that was slowly regrouping on the descent, and despite putting in some big turns, he still had enough left in the legs to open his sprint from distance and take a comfortable victory.

Coming home with the bunch just behind Andrea helped Mauro gain a place on the general classification to conclude the race in tenth overall, before taking to the podium to pick up the trophy for the most combative rider of the day.

“The whole team did a great race today. We knew the parcours wasn’t easy, with all those climbs and a bit of wind, so at the morning meeting we decided to make it really hard for the others, sending Mauro and Mauri in the break. They did a good job in the front, putting a lot of pressure on the bunch. The finale was a bit chaotic, but I felt good when we arrived at the start of the final climb, so I told the guys I would try something.”

“I attacked just like two days ago, but this time the climb came closer to the finish, which worked to my advantage. Going over the top, we had 10-12 seconds in hand, and that was the moment I started believing. In the last 300 meters, as the bunch was approaching, I opened my sprint, and even though it was a bit early, in the end it turned out to be the best decision. I am happy with this victory, it gives me a lot of confidence for this second part of the season”, Andrea said after his fifth win in the Soudal Quick-Step jersey.

Complete results:

215 kilometers raced at an average speed of 42.134 km/hr

  • GC winner: Filippo Ganna (INEOS Grenadiers)
  • Mountains classification winner: Johan Meens (Bingoal-WB)
  • Points classification winner: Timo Kielich (Alpecin-Deceuninck)
  • Best young rider: Joshua Tarling (INEOS Grenadiers)
  • Teams classification winner: INEOS Grenadiers

803.8 kilometers raced at an average speed of 42.002 km/hr

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2023 Tour de Wallonie stage 5 map

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2023 Tour de Wallonie stage 5 profile

Tuesday, July 25: Stage 4, Mons 32.7 km individual time trial

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Filippo Ganna on his way to winning the stage and taking over the GC lead.

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Weather at the start/finish city of Mons at 2:00 PM, local time: 17C (62F), cloudy, with the wind from the northwest at 13 km/hr (8 mph). There is an 8% chance of rain during the afternoon.

The race: This is the Tour de Wallonie's first time trial since 2001.

The first rider scheduled to start was Axel De Lie (Lotto Dstny) at 3:43.

There were two non-starters: Paul Hennequin (Nice Metropole) & Davide Ballerini (Soudal Quick-Step)

Here's the report from stage winner Filippo Ganna's Team INEOS Grenadiers:

Filippo Ganna led home an incredible INEOS Grenadiers 1-2-3 in the stage four time trial at the Tour de Wallonie.

On his 27th birthday the Italian stormed back into the race lead ahead of his two team-mates with one stage to go, setting a blistering time of 38 minutes and one second across the lengthy 32.7-kilometre course in Mons.

Josh Tarling finished just eight seconds back on his experienced team-mate, debuting the British national champion’s skinsuit in fine style to take second place on the day. He also pulled on the young rider's jersey on the podium.

Connor Swift finished 30 seconds back on Ganna to secure a strong third on the stage, with the trio of Grenadiers now occupying the same positions on the new general classification.

Ganna now leads by 18 seconds overall over Tarling, with Swift 40 seconds back, and three seconds ahead of fourth-placed Brent Van Moer (Lotto Dstny).

Wednesday sees the final stage, with a tough and undulating parcours to decide the overall winner.

Filippo Ganna: “I don’t know if I prefer a [birthday] like this or to be on holiday, but for sure it’s been one of the hardest TTs I’ve ever done. I didn’t feel really well – maybe it’s three consecutive days with really intensive racing – and the legs are a little bit tired.

“We know [Josh] is a really strong guy. He can be one of the strongest TT riders. He is young but the future is really soon.

“For sure, this five days is a good block of efforts before the Worlds. It also gives me some emotion to arrive really well, also with a victory, it’s really important to me.

“We hope tomorrow to cross the fingers and try to defend the jersey. I haven’t seen the timings yet, but we will study well tonight. For sure tomorrow is hard!”

32.7 kilometers raced at an average speed of 51.609 km.hr

589 kilometers raced so far at an average speed of 41.968 km/hr

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Monday, July 24: Stage 3, Thuin - Mont Saint Guibert, 186.8 km

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Timo Kielich wins the stage and takes over the GC lead.

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Weather at the finish town of Mont-Saint-Guibert at 2:00 PM, local time: 17C (63F), mostly cloudy, with the wind from the west at 16 km/hr (10 mph). There is a 24% chance of rain, rising to 74% at 5:00.

The race: Here's the report from second-place Florian Senechal's Team Soudal Quick-Step.

The third day of the Belgian race had a bit of everything: four classified climbs, echelons that spiced things up in the final hour of the race and an uphill finish where multiple attacks came from those who were hoping to drop the fast men and take both the win and the bonus seconds that were on the line.

One of these daring attacks – just after a regrouping took place following some crosswinds that had split the peloton – came from Andrea Bagioli, who shot out of the reduced pack with five kilometers to go, putting almost ten seconds between him and the chasers. At one point, it looked like it might be enough for the Italian to hold off the peloton, but he got caught with just two kilometers to go, when the riders hit the steepest gradients of the hill.

Soudal Quick-Step didn’t lack options, and former French Champion Florian Sénéchal positioned himself perfectly going into the last corner, taking advantage of some confusion at the front of the peloton, right in the wheel of Timo Kielich (Alpecin-Deceuninck). This helped Florian to finish second in Mont-Saint-Guibert, just behind the Belgian, and make a spectacular jump in the general classification ahead of the individual time trial in Mons which could end up playing a major role in the final outcome.

186.8 kilometers raced at an average speed of 41.673 km/hr

556.3 kilometers raced so far at an average speed of 41.516 km/hr

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Sunday, July 23: Stage 2, Saint Ghislain - Walcourt, 179.7 km

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Arnaud De Lie wins stage two. Photo: Photo News Belgium

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Weather at the finish city of Walcourt at 1:40 PM, local time: 18C (64F), cloudy, with the wind from the south-southwest at 23 km/hr (14 mph). There is a 14% chance of rain, growing to 57% by 5:00 PM.

The race: Here's the report from stage winner & GC leader Arnaud De Lie's Team Lotto Dstny.

Lotto Dstny rider Arnaud De Lie has won the second stage at the Tour de Wallonie. At the end of a hilly stage between Saint-Ghislain and Walcourt, the 21-year-old Belgian beat amongst others Thibau Nys and Timo Kielich in a bunch sprint. For De Lie, it’s his first win after crashing out of the 4 Jours de Dunkerque. De Lie has also taken the leader’s jersey from Italian Ganna.

“I am really happy with this victory, after two months without a win I kind of missed this feeling. It is even more nice to win close to home at the Tour de Wallonie. After a difficult period with the crash at 4 Jours de Dunkerque, this gives me a lot of satisfaction. The boys did it perfectly today. And to win in a race where my brother Axel did so much work, it makes it even more special”, says Arnaud De Lie.

“Contrary to yesterday, we didn’t want to take the race into our hands. But due to the strong winds, we came back to the attackers pretty quickly and then it was all about preparing the sprint. Cedric Beullens was my final man in the sprint and he did it perfectly. I followed the wheels and trusted my sprint.”

De Lie will start the third stage at the Tour de Wallonie in the leader’s jersey. “Tomorrow is a new chance, but again a tough course. Defending the leader’s jersey till the end will be very difficult with the long time trial but if I’m still in the lead I will of course give it my all”, concludes De Lie.

179.7 kilometers raced at an average speed of 42.202 km/hr

369.5 kilometers raced so far at an average speed of 41.432 km/hr

Stage 2 map & profile:

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Stage 2 profile

Saturday, July 22: Stage 1, Huy - Hamoir, 189.6 km

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Filippo Ganna wins stage one.

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Weather at the finish city of Hamoir at 2:15 PM, local time: 21C (69F), partly cloudy, with the wind from the southwest at 23 km/hr (14 mph). No rain is forecast.

The race: Here's the report from second-place Davide Ballerini's Team Soudal Quick-Step:

Despite its many climbs, the opening day of the Tour de Wallonie was always touted as being one at the end of which the winner will emerge from a bunch sprint. A breakaway of four jumped clear soon after the start, putting five minutes between them and the peloton, led by a coalition of teams which included Soudal Quick-Step.

Jannik Steimle and Mauri Vansevenant laid down the watts at the front of the peloton, who began reducing the deficit in the second part of the 189.6km stage to Hamoir. After gradually increasing the tempo, the field brought back the escapees, the last of these being reeled on the final lap, with ten kilometers to go.

Following some great piloting of Florian Sénéchal, Davide Ballerini emerged near the front of the bunch, from where he sprinted to a strong second just behind Filippo Ganna (Ineos Grenadiers) – his first podium of the season and an encouraging start to the five-day race.

189.6 kilometers raced at an average speed of 40.660 km/hr

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PREVIEW | Tour de Wallonie 2023

Preview . From the 22nd to 26th of July the race outside France at the highest level returns, the Tour de Wallonie will be one of the preparation races for the World Championships and will provide explosive racing.

The race will begin in Huy, a landmark in the region. It's an explosive day with several hilltops towards the finale, with three intermediate sprints all the top of small ascents. The ride into Hamoir will see a downhill finale, it's definitely a route that favours late attacks. Stage 2 takes the riders from Saint-Ghisland to Walcourt and it's a classic Walloon day. On paper it could quite well be for the sprinters if the teams manage to to control it, however it features a lot of rolling roads and a few difficult bumps towards the finale where differences can be made.

Stage 3 is the one that features a summit finish. It is not categorized but the day will see plenty explosive climbing. The middle of the day features several climbs but most will likely save their legs for the final 10 kilometes where there are roads to make a difference, it's going to be quite an exciting run for the line in Mont-Saint-Guibert.

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The decisive day of the race will be the time-trial. It's 32 kilometers long, clearly in order to lure the riders who want to prepare for the time-trial World Championships. It's a very long one, for example more than the Tour de France itself. It's mostly flat and well suited to the specialists.

The race ends on the fifth day but it is by no means an easy one. After the time-trial, the final day of racing is also the longest with 214 kilometers on the menu, eight classified climbs and plenty small ascents all throughout the day. A grinding and very open day where it's hard to preview how it'll go, the GC can be played out from far but it can come to a bunch sprint and everything inbetween.

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Prediction Tour de Wallonie 2023 overall classification:

*** Filippo Ganna ** Bruno Armirail , Joshua Tarling * Jannik Steimle, Thibau Nys, Arnaud De Lie, Brent van Moer, Luke Plapp, Mauro Schmid

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Ineos Grenadiers rider tops Ballerini in Hamoir

HAMOIR BELGIUM JULY 22 Filippo Ganna of Italy and Team INEOS Grenadiers celebrates at finish line as stage winner ahead of Davide Ballerini of Italy and Team SoudalQuick Step during the stage one of the 44th EthiasTour de Wallonie 2023 a 1896km stage from Huy to Hamoir UCIWT on July 22 2023 in Hamoir Belgium Photo by Luc ClaessenGetty Images

Filippo Ganna (Ineos Grenadiers) claimed his first UCI victory since abandoning the Giro d'Italia with COVID-19 in May.

The Italian time trial champion was a surprise winner from the bunch sprint on a demanding stage from Huy to Hamoir, beating Davide Ballerini (Soudal-Quickstep) and Arne Marit (Intermarché-Circus-Wanty).

Sprinter Elia Viviani might have been getting a lead-out from his compatriot but in the uphill drag to the line, Ganna simply out-powered the entire field, leaving his teammate to finish fourth.

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Tour de France 2024 Stage 10 Preview

After a gravel-filled Stage 9 at the Tour de France 2024 , the riders get the chance to enjoy a well-earned rest day.

Racing will resume Tuesday with a flat Stage 10, and while it doesn't include any challenging gravel or difficult climbs, it's possible wind could be a factor.

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Two-time Tour de France champion Tadej Pogacar still leads the 111th edition of the race and will bring a 33-second advantage over event first-timer Remco Evenepoel into Stage 10. 

Two-time defending champion Jonas Vingegaard is third and followed by Primoz Roglic and Juan Ayuso .

The  top of the General Classification saw no change Sunday, with France's Anthony Turgis coming out on top of the unprecedented and dusty ninth stage, which included more than 30 kilometers of gravel across 14 sections.

FloBikes coverage of Stage 10 will begin Tuesday at 5:55 a.m. Eastern and is expected to conclude around 12:05 p.m. EDT.

Here’s what to know about Stage 10 of the Tour de France:

How To Watch The Tour de France 2024 Stage 10 

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Stage 10 of the Tour de France 2024 will take the riders on a relatively flat ride through the Sologne forest, while wind, at times, may create some challenges, just as it did on a similar route a decade ago.

This year's 187.3-kilometer journey will begin in Orleans and finish in Saint-Amand-Montrond, and the terrain will not exceed 1,000 meters of elevation at any point.

Orleans has hosted the Tour de France 12 times, though the last time a stage started there was 2001 (Stage 19 of 20). It ended in Evry with a sprint victory earned by Erik Zabel.

With the 2024 journey to Saint-Amand-Montrond also flat, another sprint finish is expected. Among the sprints this year, Biniam Girmay and Mark Cavendish picked up wins and made history.

In winning Stage 3, Girmay became the first Black rider to win a stage of the TDF, and he won again in Stage 8. 

Cavendish won Stage 5 to become the winningest rider in TDF history, taking his record 36th stage victory. 

Saint-Amand-Montrond also is a familiar location for the TDF, and during a wind-affected run from Tours to Saint-Amand-Montrond in 2013 (Stage 13), it was Cavendish who crossed the finish line first. 

Can Cavendish do it again and add to his legacy at the TDF? Can the green jersey-wearing Girmay be stopped in 2024? Will the Saint-Amand-Montrond-born Julian Alaphilippe make an appearance?

Again, bonus seconds will be awarded to the first three riders across the line - 10, 6 and 4.

187.3 Kilometers To Miles: How Long Is Stage 10 Of The Tour de France 2024?

Stage 10 of the Tour de France is 187.3 kilometers, or just over 116 miles long. 

Tour de France 2024 Stage 10 Profile 

Here is what the elevation looks like for Stage 10: 

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Who Won Stage 10 Of The Tour de France in 2023?

Pello Bilbao won Stage 10 of the Tour de France in 2023. He became the first Spaniard in five years to win a stage at the TDF.

Bilbao dedicated the win to his Bahrain Victorius teammate Gino Maeder, who died the month prior after a crash during the Tour de Suisse.

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A live broadcast of the 2024 Tour de France will be available on Peacock for those watching from the United States. 

Peacock is the exclusive home of the event in the United States through 2029, with start-to-finish coverage of every stage, though select stages also will air on NBC.

How To Watch Tour de France 2024 In Canada 

FloBikes will provide a live broadcast for Canadian audiences.

Viewers in Canada will be able to watch all 21 stages of the Tour de France 2024 live on FloBikes and the FloSports app.

FloBikes also will provide updates, highlights and behind-the-scenes coverage throughout the entire event for all Flo subscribers. 

On What Channel Is The Tour de France 2024? 

The Tour de France will be on the NBC network and will stream daily in the United States on Peacock. The entire race will be broadcast on NBC's channels and USA Network. 

Tour de France Teams  For 2024

There will be 22 teams and up to 176 competitors in this year’s Tour de France:

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  • UAE Team Emirates
  • Israel - Premier Tech
  • Lotto Dstny
  • Uno-X Mobility
  • TotalEnergies

When Does The Tour de France 2024 Start?

The Tour de France is a 21-stage event.

The 2024 edition will begin in Florence, Italy, on June 29 and conclude in Nice, France, on July 21. 

Every day, the cyclists start together to complete the stage of a race. Every stage varies in distance and physical demand.  

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Here is the complete schedule for the 2024 Tour de France .

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Biniam Girmay (Intermarché-Wanty) outkicked a whole mob of elite speedsters for a historic win Monday in stage 3 of the Tour de France .

The Eritrean star became the first Black African to win a stage at the Tour de France after he outkicked the reduced pack of speedsters that evaded a late crash and galloped toward a sprawling, wide-open sprint in Turin.

Mark Cavendish (Astana Qazaqstan) was held up by the fallers and so wasn’t able to compete in what was the first of a handful of chances of him scoring his own legend-making   35th Tour de France win.

Fernando Gaviria (Movistar) and Tour de France rookie Arnaud de Lie (Lotto Dstny) finished second and third Monday in the wild, washing-machine sprint.

Tadej Pogačar (UAE Emirates), defending champion  Jonas Vingegaard (Visma-Lease a Bike), and the rest of the GC pack all finished safe and on time ahead of the Tour’s first mountain showdown Tuesday.

Richard Carapaz (EF Education EasyPost) takes the maillot jaune from overnight race-leader Pogačar on countback. The Ecuadorian remains on the same classification timing as Pogačar, Vingegaard, and Remco Evenepoel (Soudal Quick-Step).

Eritrea’s Biniam Girmay has just made history by becoming the first Black African to win a stage on the Tour de France! #TDF2024 pic.twitter.com/tnxbyZ0eeR — Ash Routen (@AshRouten) July 1, 2024

The world’s eye was on Cavendish to write cycling history by breaking the stage win record Monday.

Instead, it was 24-year-old Girmay who made legend with one of the biggest victories of his career.

“I’ve always been dreaming of being part of the Tour de France — but now, I can’t believe it, to win at the Tour in my second year … for me it is unbelievable,” Girmay said at the finish.

Girmay made history at the 2022 Gent-Wevelgem when he became the first Eritrean to win a classic. He then went on to win a stage of the Giro d’Italia that season. He wrote another line Monday, this time at the biggest bike race in the world.

“I want to thank my family, my wife, all the Eritreans and Africans,” Girmay said. “We must be proud. We are now really part of the big races. It’s our moment, our time. I just want to congratulate my whole team, because we didn’t have a victory yet [in the Tour de France]. But now is our moment.

“This win is for all Africans, congrats, I’m just super happy today,” he said.

Raw emotion #TDF2024 pic.twitter.com/DbjTAdUrkr — Tour de France™ (@LeTour) July 1, 2024

Cavendish was among the many who were held up by a crash at 2.5km to go that saw a handful of Israel Premier Tech riders hit the tarmac.

The Manxman stayed upright and will be looking to later in the week and the two flat finishes that arrive on Wednesday and Thursday.

“I’m too little to see what was going on but I could hear the crash,”Cavendish said. “Someone skidded and I was just waiting for someone to hit me from behind.

“Luckily they didn’t and we got through, but we were way off it and with 2.5km to go we were out of it,” he said. “I don’t think anybody was seriously hurt and that’s the main thing.”

A stage 3 snoozer

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Monday was one of those sprint stages. Nothing happened for hours.

The peloton soft-tapped for 200+ clicks on Monday, perhaps in protest at the design of the overly long 230km trek to Turin or maybe as a sign of the severity of stages 1 and 2.

A few half-baked attacks went in the first hour of racing but soon fizzled before TotalEnergies rider Fabien Grellier half-heartedly did his sponsors a service by going off the front on his own in the final hour toward Turin.

The peloton woke up at 20km to go and the pace duly skyrocketed to close to 60kph as GC teams sheltered their leaders and sprint trains started to assemble.

Soudal Quick-Step rider Casper Pedersen suffered a nasty crash at 11km to go in a super-fast, wide open approach into the city center final but was able to get back onto the bike.

Jasper Philipsen (Alpecin-Deceuninck) saw his chances dented a few kilometers later when leadout ace Mathieu van der Poel pulled out of the pack with a mechanical.

When 3km becomes 5: First test for new safety regulations

The UCI trialed its new flexible approach to the so-called “sprint stage safe zone” Monday.

The GC-neutral 3km zone was extended to 5km for stage 3 to prevent carnage being caused by antsy classification teams in the bustling finishing kilometers through Turin.

It was the first example of one of the many safety measures – including yellow cards – that will be rolled out fully in the near future.

Today’s @LeTour stage will be the first stage to test the extension of the 3km rule to 5km. The 3km rule is a zone where GC riders aim to be “Safe” in case a crash happens they don’t lose time. By extending this to 5km “should” make less stress in the final. Thus giving the… pic.twitter.com/sVYjtUhunM — Adam Hansen (@HansenAdam) July 1, 2024

Pogačar, Vingegaard, and the rest of the GC pack crossed the 5km barrier safe, just in time to avoid the crash that cut the peloton in half and maybe played a role in the stage’s final standings.

Up next: Carapaz takes yellow over the Galibier and back to France

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The mighty Col du Galibier awaits yellow jersey Carapaz and the rest of the Tour de France cohort.

Stage 4 on Tuesday will take Le Tour from Pinerolo, Italy, through a short, mountain-packed parcours into France.

Two long, grinder cat.2 Alpine ascents come before a haul up to high altitude via the so-called “easy side” of the Col du Galibier. It’s a 23km, 5 percent hors categorie slog up to 2,600m that will mark the first true check on climbing form.

A speedy, sinuous descent into the French ski town Valloire will crown the stage winner.

Stage 4 is far from being the hardest mountain stage of this Tour de France. But with 3,600m of climbing on the menu, it sure marks a crucial early test.

Expect gaps on GC.

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Marking a thrilling entry into France from Italy, the stage will cover 140 km with three tough climbs, including the infamous Col du Galibier.

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Stage 4 - Pinerolo to Valloire (140 km) - Tuesday, July 2

The day begins in Pinerolo, a town where Fausto Coppi famously won a stage in the 1949 Giro d’Italia, a historic race edition thanks to Coppi’s duel with another Italian legend, Gino Bartali. The town also hosted the finish of Stage 17 of the 2011 Tour de France. Norway’s Edvald Boassen Hagen, who rides for Decathlon AG2R La Mondiale Team but isn’t competing in this year’s Tour, won that stage from a breakaway.

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After leaving Pinerolo, the road immediately begins to climb, first to the day’s Intermediate Sprint–in Castel del Bosco–and then onto the first categorized ascent of the day–the Category 2 climb to Sestriere, a popular ski resort high in the Italian Alps. The climb to Sestriere can be pretty hard when approached from the French side of the pass. But on Stage 4, the riders tackle it from the longer, easier Italian side (39.9km at 3.7 percent average gradient), so it only earned a Category 2 rating.

With 50km of uphill roads, this first portion of the stage offers the perfect opportunity for a breakaway to escape. It could be a large one as this stage offers a great chance for a breakaway ride away to the finish–and possibly steal the yellow jersey from Ecuador's Richard Carapaz (EF Education-EasyPost), who took the jersey after finishing ahead of Slovenia’s Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) at the end of Stage 3 in Torino.

Expect to see Norway’s Jonas Abrahamsen (Uno-X Mobility)–who again will start the stage wearing the green jersey as the leader of the Tour’s Points competition but also holds a 13-point advantage over France’s Valentin Madouas (Groupama-FDJ) in the Tour’s King of the Mountains competition–to join this early move. With 30 points available throughout the stage–Abrahamsen could extend his lead considerably with a good day in the Alps.

From Sestriere, the race descends to the base of the day’s next climb, the Category 2 Col de Montgenèvre (8.3km at 5.9 percent). At 2km from the summit of this climb, the riders will officially pass into France for the first time in this year’s Tour.

By this point in the stage, we should have a good idea as to the break’s odds of staying away to the finish in Valloire. This is only Stage 4, and there’s a good chance the teams of the Tour’s overall contenders will let the breakaway build up a large advantage and settle the stage win among themselves.

Then again, with one of the Tour’s more aggressive teams in EF Education-EasyPost defending the maillot jaune , the peloton could keep the break close, thus giving Carapaz a chance to hold onto the yellow jersey for another few days.

Carapaz–a proven grand tour contender throughout his career–came into the Tour saying he was just hunting for stage wins after crashing out of the Tour de Suisse a few weeks ago. If the team was bluffing–and the 31-year-old is really gunning for a high overall finish–letting go of the jersey might be the smart move this early in the Tour. Doing so might tip the team’s hand, looking ahead to the second and third weeks.

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From the top of the Col du Montgenèvre, a 27km descent takes the riders down to the base of the day’s final climb: the Hors Categorie Col du Galibier, a 23km climb with a 5.1 percent average gradient. One of the most famous climbs in Tour de France history, the 2,642m Galibier is the second-highest summit in the 2024 Tour de France, and the first rider to the top of the pass wins the Souvenir Henri Desgrange, a cash prize awarded each year at the top of one of the Tour’s highest summits.

From the summit, the riders will bomb down into Valloire via a fast, technical 17km descent that heads right under the red kite with 1km to go and then drags uphill to the finish line. Strong descenders could take advantage of the ride down the backside of the Galibier, possibly using their skills to ride to victory on one of the most prestigious stages in the 2024 Tour de France.

Last but not least, temperatures will be much cooler with the race heading into the mountains. That’s great news for sprinters like Great Britain’s Mark Cavendish (Astana Qazaqstan), who struggled in the heat on Stages 1 and 2 and is likely looking ahead to the expected sprint finishes on Stages 5 and 6.

Riders to Watch

This is a tough stage to call as the Tour’s overall contenders could let the breakaway ride all the way to finish in Valloire. If this were the second or third week of the Tour, we’d have several out-of-contention GC riders for us to choose from, but with so many still in contention, picking candidates to win an early mountain stage like this one is more of a crapshoot.

So, who could it be on Stage 4? Looking down the General Classification, a few names stand out. First, Canada’s Derek Gee currently sits 1:22 behind Carapaz. Gee finished third overall at the recent Critérium du Dauphiné–an eight-day stage race that finished with three days in the French Alps–and could certainly ride well enough on Stage 4 to win the stage and take the yellow jersey. Australian Jack Haig (Bahrain Victorious) sits on equal time with Gee and could also be a candidate for the stage and the maillot jaune .

Other riders to watch for the stage win include Frenchman Warren Barguil (dsm-firmenich PostNL), Romain Grégoire (Groupama-FDJ) and Julien Bernard (Lidl-Trek). The French are off to a terrific start at the 2024 Tour de France, and winning the first stage to finish on French solid would be a terrific way to continue it.

As for the Tour’s pre-race GC favorites, we don’t expect major fireworks this early in the Tour. They will certainly test one another in a bid to see if anyone is struggling after three days in the Italian heat, but unless someone has a really bad day, we expect them to make it to the finish in Valloire in a small–but elite–group.

If there are time gaps between any of the Tour’s GC contenders at the finish, we wouldn’t be surprised if they happen on the final drag to the line in Valloire, where a few riders could be caught off-guard by accelerations inside the final kilometer.

If that happens, keep an eye on Belgium’s Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-Quick Step), who sits third overall on equal time with Carapaz, Pogačar, and Denmark’s Jonas Vingegaard (Visma-Lease a Bike)–who’s fourth overall.

If Evenpoel can jump ahead of Carapaz and Pogačar on the General Classification–and stays there through Stages 5 and 6–the Belgian will get to start Friday’s time trial behind his rivals, which would give the 24-year-old the benefit of knowing everyone else’s times through each time check.

How to Watch Stage 4 of the Tour de France in the U.S.

You can stream Stage 4 of the 2024 Tour de France on NBC’s Peacock ($5.99/month or $59.99/year). If you’re looking for ad-free coverage, you’ll need a subscription to Peacock Premium Plus, which runs $11.99 per month or $119.99 for the year.

Weekday mountain stages can be tough to make work schedule-wise–especially when they come early in the Tour. Check-in with the race as the riders hit the base of the Galibier–at about 9:45 a.m. EDT. It should take the riders about an hour to reach the summit–and then another twenty minutes to descend down to the finish in Valloire. If nothing else, budget about an hour to watch the final half of the climb and the descent to the finish.

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How to Watch Stage 4 of the Tour de France in the U.K.

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A standard Discovery+ subscription, featuring Eurosport’s cycling coverage, costs £6.99 monthly or £59.99 annually. The premium subscription, which includes all this plus TNT Sports, is available for an extra £29.99 per month.

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  • Date: 23 July 2023
  • Start time: 13:03
  • Avg. speed winner: 42.202 km/h
  • Race category: ME - Men Elite
  • Distance: 179.7 km
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  • Departure: Saint-Ghislain
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  1. Ethias-Tour de Wallonie 2023 Stage 4 (ITT) results

    Stage 4 (ITT) » Mons › Mons (32.7km) Filippo Ganna is the winner of Ethias-Tour de Wallonie 2023 Stage 4 (ITT), before Joshua Tarling and Connor Swift. Filippo Ganna was leader in GC.

  2. Filippo Ganna wins Tour de Wallonie time trial as Ineos sweep stage 4

    Italian national champion Filippo Ganna blasted across the cobbles in Mons to win the 32.7km individual time trial on stage 4 of the Tour de Wallonie. Teammates Josh Tarling and Connor Swift ...

  3. Tour de Wallonie 2023 stages

    Follow live coverage of the 2023 Tour de Wallonie, including news, results, stage reports, photos, podcasts and expert analysis - stages Page - Cyclingnews

  4. LiveStats for Ethias-Tour de Wallonie 2023 Stage 4 (ITT)

    2023-07-25: Ethias-Tour de Wallonie | Stage 4: INEOS Grenadiers: 2023-07-13: Arab Sports Games WE - Road Race: Algeria: 2023-06-09: Vuelta Ciclistica Internacional Femenina a Guatemala | Stage 2: Colombia: 2023-06-04: Dwars door de Westhoek: Team DSM: 2023-05-28: Internationale LOTTO Thüringen Ladies Tour:

  5. 2023 Tour de Wallonie results by BikeRaceinfo

    Complete results: 215 kilometers raced at an average speed of 42.134 km/hr. Final GC after stage 5: 803.8 kilometers raced at an average speed of 42.002 km/hr. Stage 5 map & profile: 2023 Tour de Wallonie stage 5 map. 2023 Tour de Wallonie stage 5 profile. Tuesday, July 25: Stage 4, Mons 32.7 km individual time trial.

  6. Tour de Wallonie 2023

    Follow live coverage of the 2023 Tour de Wallonie, including news, results, stage reports, photos, podcasts and expert analysis. ... Tour de Wallonie 2023. 22 July 2023 - 26 July 2023 | Belgium ...

  7. 2023 Tour de Wallonie

    2024 →. The 2023 Tour de Wallonie (known as the Ethias -Tour de Wallonie for sponsorship reasons) was a five-stage men's professional road cycling race mainly held in the Belgian region of Wallonia. It was a 2.Pro race as part of the 2023 UCI ProSeries calendar. It was the 50th edition of the Tour de Wallonie. [1]

  8. Tour de Wallonie 4 Live

    Tour de Wallonie - July 25th, 2023. Follow the Tour de Wallonie Mons - Mons stage live with Eurosport. Mons - Mons starts at 1:10 PM on July 25th, 2023.

  9. Le Guide

    Publié le 16 juillet 202316 juillet 2023. Découvrez le Guide complet de l'Ethias Tour de Wallonie 2023! 72 pages avec tous les détails des étapes, des équipes, des animations et tous nos partenaires! Le Guide est ici.

  10. Stage profile Tour de Wallonie 2023

    Date 25/07. Stage Stage 4 (ITT) | Mons - Mons (32.7 km) Vertical meters 280. ProfileScore 3. Date 26/07. Stage Stage 5 | Banneux - Aubel (215 km) Vertical meters 3328. ProfileScore 114. Overview of the stage profiles per stage, showing the number of climbs, intermediate sprints, vertical meters and KOM sprints.

  11. [Race Thread] 2023 Tour de Wallonie

    2023 Tour de Wallonie - stage 4 (ITT) Date From > to Length Type Finish Arrival time July 25 Mons > Mons: 32.7 km Rolling ITT: Flat: 6.20 pm CEST (4.20 pm UTC) Outlet type Links Information Official website / Stage info / Startlist FC / Roadbook: Social media ...

  12. 2023 Tour de Wallonie LIVE stream, Preview, Start List, Route Details

    - The 2023 Tour de Wallonie is being held from July 22-26. Official Website - Start List. Live streaming video: 4:00pm CET (10:00am U.S. Eastern) Belgium: ... - 2022 Tour de Wallonie stage schedule/times: Stage 1 - Saturday, July 23 Starts at 12:30 CET, 6:30am ET Finish at 17:09 CET, 11:09am ET.

  13. Tour de Wallonie 2023 Route, Stages & Results

    Stay up to date with the full 2023 Tour de Wallonie schedule. Eurosport brings you live updates, real-time results and breaking Cycling - Road news. ... Tour de Wallonie Route, Stages and Results ...

  14. PREVIEW

    Preview stage 4. From the 22nd to 26th of July the race outside France at the highest level returns, the Tour de Wallonie will be one of the preparation races for the World Championships and will provide explosive racing.. The decisive day of the race will be the time-trial.

  15. [Results Thread] 2023 Tour de Wallonie

    [Results Thread] 2023 Tour de Wallonie - Stage 4 ITT (2.Pro) Results. First Cycling. Archived post. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Share Sort by: Best. Open comment sort options. Best. Top. New ... [Race Thread] 2023 Tour de France - Stage 16 (2.UWT)

  16. Profiles & Route Tour de Wallonie 2023

    Final startlist Tour de Wallonie 2023 with Ganna, De Lie, Viviani, Mollema, Armirail & Van Avermaet. PREVIEW | Tour de Wallonie 2023. Stage 1: Huy - Hamoir, 189.4 kilometers. The race will begin in Huy, a landmark in the region. It's an explosive day with several hilltops towards the finale, with three intermediate sprints all the top of small ...

  17. PREVIEW

    Also read. Profiles & Route Tour de Wallonie 2023. Stage 1: Huy - Hamoir, 189.4 kilometers. Stage 2: Saint-Ghislain - Walcourt, 180.1 kilometers. Stage 3: Thuin - Mont-Saint-Guibert, 187.3 kilometers. The decisive day of the race will be the time-trial. It's 32 kilometers long, clearly in order to lure the riders who want to prepare for the ...

  18. [Race Thread] 2023 Tour de Wallonie

    2023 Tour de Wallonie - stage 1. Date From > to Length Type Finish Arrival time July 22 Huy > Hamoir: 189.6 km Hilly: Flat: 6.30 pm CEST (4.30 pm UTC) Outlet type Links Information Official website / Stage info / Startlist FC / Roadbook: Social media Twitter / Facebook / Instagram ...

  19. Ethias-Tour de Wallonie 2022 Stage 4 results

    Stage 4 » Durbuy › Couvin (200.8km) Davide Ballerini is the winner of Ethias-Tour de Wallonie 2022 Stage 4, before José Joaquín Rojas and Rui Oliveira. Robert Stannard was leader in GC.

  20. Profil of Kobe GOOSSENS

    2 e of the Tour du Jura Cycliste . 4 e of the first stage of the Course de la Paix Grand Prix Jeseníky (Jeseník>Rýmařov) . 6 e of the Circuit de Wallonie, of the first stage of the Ronde de l'Isard (Lorp-Sentaraille>Eycheil (Ouerdes)), of the second stage of the Tour du Jura Cycliste (Villeneuve ss Pymont>Arbois)

  21. Ganna wins opening stage of Tour de Wallonie

    Filippo Ganna wins stage 1 of the 2023 Tour de Wallonie(Image credit: Getty Images Sport) Filippo Ganna (Ineos Grenadiers) claimed his first UCI victory since abandoning the Giro d'Italia with ...

  22. Tour de France 2024: stage four hits the mountains on road to ...

    Tour de France 2024: stage four hits the mountains on road to Valloire - live. Story by Guardian sport • now. LIVE - Updated at 12:21. Join Michael Butler for updates as the race makes his ...

  23. [Results Thread] 2023 Tour de Wallonie

    For Bagioli, this victory is a pleasure, as he seemed to be the strongest as soon as the road rose a little on this Tour de Wallonie. Unfortunately for him, the course was perhaps not hard enough, and the 32 km ITT was too disadvantageous against pure specialists like Ganna. Finally, congratulations to Ganna for this great stage race victory.

  24. Tour de France 2024 Stage 10 Preview: Will Wind Be An Issue?

    Tour of Wallonie. Jul 25-28, 1:30 PM UTC. Czech Tour. Aug 4-7, TBD. Arctic Race of Norway. Aug 5-9, TBD. Vuelta a Burgos. Aug 10, TBD. Clásica San Sebastián Femenina. ... Pello Bilbao won Stage 10 of the Tour de France in 2023. He became the first Spaniard in five years to win a stage at the TDF.

  25. Tour de France 2024 Stage 3 Results and Report

    The mighty Col du Galibier awaits yellow jersey Carapaz and the rest of the Tour de France cohort. Stage 4 on Tuesday will take Le Tour from Pinerolo, Italy, through a short, mountain-packed parcours into France. Two long, grinder cat.2 Alpine ascents come before a haul up to high altitude via the so-called "easy side" of the Col du Galibier.

  26. Ethias-Tour de Wallonie 2023 Stage 3 results

    Stage 3 » Thuin › Mont-Saint-Guibert (186.8km) Timo Kielich is the winner of Ethias-Tour de Wallonie 2023 Stage 3, before Florian Sénéchal and Simone Consonni. Timo Kielich was leader in GC.

  27. Stage 4 Preview of the 2024 Tour de France: Pinerolo to Valloire

    How to Watch Stage 4 of the Tour de France in the U.S. You can stream Stage 4 of the 2024 Tour de France on NBC's Peacock ($5.99/month or $59.99/year). If you're looking for ad-free coverage ...

  28. Ethias-Tour de Wallonie 2023 Stage 2 results

    Stage 2 » Saint-Ghislain › Walcourt (179.7km) Arnaud De Lie is the winner of Ethias-Tour de Wallonie 2023 Stage 2, before Thibau Nys and Timo Kielich. Arnaud De Lie was leader in GC.