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TOUR DE FRANCE 2015

1. Utrecht – Utrecht (NL) (ITT)
4 July 2015 | | profile | 13,8 km
✩ Rohan Dennis (BMC)
2. Utrecht – Neeltje Jans / Zélande (NL)
5 July 2015 | | profile | 166 km
✩ André Greipel (LTS)
3. Anvers – Huy (BEL)
6 July 2015 | | profile | 159,5 km
✩ Joaquim Rodríguez (KAT)
4. Seraing – Cambrai
7 July 2015 | | profile | 223,5 km
✩ Tony Martin (EQS)
5. Arras – Amiens Métropole
8 July 2015 | | profile | 189,5 km
✩ André Greipel (LTS)
6. Abbeville – Le Havre
9 July 2015 | | profile | 191,5 km
✩ Zdeněk Štybar (EQS)
7. Livarot – Fougères
10 July 2015 | | profile | 190,5 km
✩ Mark Cavendish (EQS)
8. Rennes – Mûr de Bretagne
11 July 2015 | | profile | 181,5 km
✩ Alexis Vuillermoz (ALM)
9. Vannes – Plumelec (TTT)
12 July 2015 | | profile | 28 km
✩ BMC Racing Team
> REST DAY 13 July 2015  
10. Tarbes – La Pierre-Saint-Martin
14 July 2015 | | profile | 167 km
✩ Chris Froome (SKY)
11. Pau – Cauterets
15 July 2015 | | profile | 188 km
✩ Rafal Majka (TCS)
12. Lannemezan – Plateau de Beille
16 July 2015 | | profile | 195 km
✩ Joaquim Rodriguez (KAT)
13. Muret – Rodez
17 July 2015 | | profile | 198,5 km
✩ Greg van Avermaet (BMC)
14. Rodez – Mende
18 July 2015 | | profile | 178,5 km
✩ Stephen Cummings (MTN)
15. Mende – Valence
19 July 2015 | | profile | 183 km
✩ André Greipel (LTS)
16. Bourg-de-Péage – Gap
20 July 2015 | | profile | 201 km
✩ Rubén Plaza (LAM)
> REST DAY 21 July 2015  
17. Digne-les-Bains – Pra-Loup
22 July 2015 | | profile | 161 km
✩ Simon Geschke (TGA)
18. Gap – Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne
23 July 2015 | | profile | 186,5 km
✩ Romain Bardet (AGR)
19. Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne – La Toussuire / Les Sybelles
24 July 2015 | | profile | 138 km
✩ Vincenzo Nibali (AST)
20. Modane Valfréjus – Alpe d’Huez
25 July 2015 | | profile | 110,5 km
✩ Thibaut Pinot (FDJ)
21. Sèvres / Grand Paris Seine Ouest – Paris Champs-Élysées
26 July 2015 | | profile | 109,5 km
✩ André Greipel (LTS)

Chris Froome (SKY)
Peter Sagan (TCS)
Chris Froome (SKY)
Nairo Quintana (MOV)

General Classification:
1. Chris Froome (SKY)
2. Nairo Quintana (MOV)
3. Alejandro Valverde (MOV)

Map Route Tour 2015

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TOUR DE FRANCE 2014

1. Leeds – Harrogate (UK)
5 July 2014 | | profile | 190,5 km
✩ Marcel Kittel (GIA)
2. York – Sheffield (UK)
6 July 2014 | | profile | 201 km
✩ Vincenzo Nibali (AST)
3. Cambridge – London (UK)
7 July 2014 | | profile | 155 km
✩ Marcel Kittel (GIA)
4. Le Touquet-Paris-Plage – Lille
8 July 2014 | | profile | 163,5 km
✩ Marcel Kittel (GIA)
5. Ypres (BE) – Arenberg Porte du Hainaut
9 July 2014 | | profile | 155,5 km
✩ Lars Boom (BEL)
6. Arras – Reims
10 July 2014 | | profile | 194 kmz
✩ André Greipel (LTB)
7. Épernay – Nancy
11 July 2014 | | profile | 234,5 km
✩ Matteo Trentin (OPQ)
8. Tomblaine – Gérardmer La Mauselaine
12 July 2014 | | profile | 161 km
✩ Blel Kadri (ALM)
9. Gérardmer – Mulhouse
13 July 2014 | | profile | 170 km
✩ Tony Martin (OPQ)
10. Mulhouse – La Planche des Belles Filles
14 July 2014 | | profile | 161,5 km
✩ Vincenzo Nibali (AST)
> REST DAY 15 July 2014 
11. Besançon – Oyonnax
16 July 2014 | | profile | 187,5 km
✩ Tony Gallopin (LTB)
12. Bourg-en-Bresse – Saint-Étienne
17 July 2014 | | profile | 185,5 km
✩ Alexander Kristoff (KAT)
13. Saint-Étienne – Chamrousse
18 July 2014 | | profile | 197,5 km
✩ Vincenzo Nibali (AST)
14. Grenoble – Risoul
19 July 2014 | | profile | 177 km
✩ Rafał Majka (TCS)
15. Tallard – Nîmes
20 July 2014 | | profile | 222 km
✩ Alexander Kristoff (KAT)
> REST DAY 21 July 2014  
16. Carcassonne – Bagnères-de-Luchon
22 July 2014 | | profile | 237,5 km
✩ Michael Rogers (TCS)
17. Saint-Gaudens – Saint-Lary Pla d’Adet
23 July 2014 | | profile | 124,5 km
✩ Rafał Majka (TCS)
18. Pau – Hautacam
24 July 2014 | | profile | 145,5 km
✩ Vincenzo Nibali (AST)
19. Maubourguet Pays du Val d’Adour – Bergerac
25 July 2014 | | profile | 208,5 km
✩ Ramūnas Navardauskas (GRS)
20. Bergerac – Périgueux (ITT)
26 July 2014 | | profile | 54 km
✩ Tony Martin (OPQ)
21. Évry – Paris Champs-Élysées
27 July 2014 | | profile | 137,5 km
✩ Marcel Kittel (GIA)

General Classification
1. Vincenzo Nibali (AST)
2. Jean-Christophe Péraud (ALM)
3. Thibaut Pinot (FDJ)

Vincenzo Nibali (AST)
Peter Sagan (CAN)
Rafał Majka (TCS)
Thibaut Pinot (FDJ)



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TOUR DE FRANCE 2013

1. Porto-Vecchio – Bastia
29 June 2013 |  | profile | 213 km
Winner: Marcel Kittel (ARG)
2. Bastia – Ajaccio
30 June 2013 |  | profile | 156 km
Winner: Jan Bakelants (RLT)
3. Ajaccio – Calvi
1 July 2013 |  | profile | 145,5 km
Winner: Simon Gerrans (OGE)
4. Nice – Nice (TTT)
2 July 2013 |  | profile | 25 km
Winner: Orica-GreenEDGE
5. Cagnes-sur-Mer – Marseille
3 July 2013 |  | profile | 228,5 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (OPQ)
6. Aix-en-Provence – Montpellier
4 July 2013 |  | profile | 176,5 km
Winner: André Greipel (LTB)
7. Montpellier – Albi
5 July 2013 |  | profile | 205,5 km
Winner: Peter Sagan (CAN)
8. Castres – Ax 3 Domaines
6 July 2013 |  | profile | 195 km
Winner: Chris Froome (SKY)
9. Saint-Girons – Bagnères-de-Bigorre
7 July 2013 |  | profile | 168,5 km
Winner: Daniel Martin (GRS)
> REST DAY 8 July 2013 
10. Saint-Gildas-des-Bois – Saint-Malo
9 July 2013 |  | profile | 197 km
Winner: Marcel Kittel (ARG)
11. Avranches – Mont-Saint-Michel (ITT)
10 July 2013 |  | profile | 33 km
Winner: Tony Martin (OPQ)
12. Fougères – Tours
11 July 2013 |  | profile | 218 km
Winner: Marcel Kittel (ARG)
13. Tours – Saint-Amand-Montrond
12 July 2013 |  | profile | 173 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (OPQ)
14. Saint-Pourçain-sur-Sioule – Lyon
13 July 2013 |  | profile | 191 km
Winner: Matteo Trentin (OPQ)
15. Givors – Mont Ventoux
14 July 2013 |  | profile | 242,5 km
Winner: Chris Froome (SKY)
> REST DAY 15 July 2013 
16. Vaison-la-Romaine – Gap
16 July 2013 |  | profile | 168 km
Winner: Rui Costa (MOV)
17. Embrun – Chorges (ITT)
17 July 2013 |  | profile | 32 km
Winner: Chris Froome (SKY)
18. Gap – Alpe-d’Huez
18 July 2013 |  | profile | 172,5 km
Winner: Christophe Riblon (ALM)
19. Bourg-d’Oisans – Le Grand-Bornand
19 July 2013 |  | profile | 204,5 km
Winner: Rui Costa (MOV)
20. Annecy – Annecy-Semnoz
20 July 2013 |  | profile | 125 km
Winner: Nairo Quintana (MOV)
21. Versailles – Paris Champs-Élysées
21 July 2013 |  | profile | 133,5 km
Winner: Marcel Kittel (ARG)

General Classification:
1. Chris Froome (SKY)
2. Nairo Quintana (MOV)
3. Joaquim Rodriguez (KAT)

Points Classification:
Peter Sagan (CAN)
Mountains Classification:
Nairo Quintana (MOV)
Youth Classification:
Nairo Quintana (MOV)
Teams Classification:
Team Saxo-Tinkoff



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TOUR DE FRANCE 2012

P. Liège – Liège (ITT)
30 June 2012 | | profile | 6,4 km
Winner: Fabian Cancellara (RNT)
1. Liège – Seraing
1 July 2012 | | profile | 198 km
Winner: Peter Sagan (LIQ)
2. Visé – Tournai
2 July 2012 | | profile | 207,5 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (SKY)
3. Orchies – Boulogne-sur-Mer
3 July 2012 | | profile | 197 km
Winner: Peter Sagan (LIQ)
4. Abbeville – Rouen
4 July 2012 | | profile | 214,5 km
Winner: André Greipel (LTB)
5. Rouen – Saint-Quentin
5 July 2012 | | profile | 196,5 km
Winner: André Greipel (LTB)
6. Épernay – Metz
6 July 2012 | | profile | 207,5 km
Winner: Peter Sagan (LIQ)
7. Tomblaine – La Planche des Belles Filles
7 July 2012 | | profile | 199 km
Winner: Chris Froome (SKY)
8. Belfort – Porrentruy
8 July 2012 | | profile | 157,5 km
Winner: Thibaut Pinot (FDJ)
9. Arc-et-Senans – Besançon (ITT)
9 July 2012 | | profile | 41,5 km
Winner: Bradley Wiggins (SKY)
> REST DAY 10 July 2012
10. Mâcon – Bellegarde-sur-Valserine
11 July 2012 | | profile | 194,5 km
Winner: Thomas Voeckler (EUC)
11. Albertville – La Toussuire – Les Sybelles
12 July 2012 | | profile | 148 km
Winner: Pierre Rolland (EUC)
12. Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne – Annonay Davézieux
13 July 2012 | | profile | 226 km
Winner: David Millar (GRS)
13. Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux – Le Cap d’Agde
14 July 2012 | | profile | 217 km
Winner: André Greipel (LTB)
14. Limoux – Foix
15 July 2012 | | profile | 191 km
Winner: Luis Leon Sánchez (RAB)
15. Samatan – Pau
16 July 2012 | | profile | 158,5 km
Winner: Pierrick Fédrigo (FDJ)
> REST DAY 17 July 2012
16. Pau – Bagnères-de-Luchon
18 July 2012 | | profile | 197 km
Winner: Thomas Voeckler (EUC)
17. Bagnères-de-Luchon – Peyragudes
19 July 2012 | | profile | 143,5 km
Winner: Alejandro Valverde (MOV)
18. Blagnac – Brive-la-Gaillarde
20 July 2012 | | profile | 222,5 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (SKY)
19. Bonneval – Chartres (ITT)
21 July 2012 | | profile | 53,5 km
Winner: Bradley Wiggins (SKY)
20. Rambouillet – Paris Champs-Élysées
22 July 2012 | | profile | 120 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (SKY)

General Classification:
1. Bradley Wiggins (SKY)
2. Christopher Froome (SKY)
3. Vincenzo Nibali (LIQ)

Points Classification:
Peter Sagan (LIQ)
Mountains Classification:
Thomas Voeckler (EUC)
Youth Classification:
Tejay van Garderen (BMC)
Teams Classification:
RadioShack-Nissan-Trek

Sources: www.letour.fr | www.steephill.tv

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TOUR DE FRANCE 2011

1. Passage du Gois – Mont des Alouettes
2 July 2011 |  | profile | 191,5 km
Winner: Philippe Gilbert (OLO)
2. Les Essarts – Les Essarts (TTT)
3 July 2011 |  | profile | 23 km
Winner: Team Garmin-Cervélo
3. Olonne-sur-Mer – Redon
4 July 2011 |  | profile | 198 km
Winner: Tyler Farrar (GRM)
4. Lorient – Mûr-de-Bretagne
5 July 2011 |  | profile | 172,5 km
Winner: Cadel Evans (BMC)
5. Carhaix – Cap Fréhel
6 July 2011 |  | profile | 165 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (THR)
6. Dinan – Lisieux
7 July 2011 |  | profile | 226,5 km
Winner: Edvald Boasson Hagen (SKY)
7. Le Mans – Châteauroux
8 July 2011 |  | profile | 218 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (THR)
8. Aigurande – Super-Besse Sancy
9 July 2011 |  | profile | 189 km
Winner: Rui Costa (MOV)
9. Issoire – Saint-Flour
10 July 2011 |  | profile | 208 km
Winner: Luis León Sánchez (RAB)
> REST DAY 11 July 2011 
10. Aurillac – Carmaux
12 July 2011 |  | profile | 161 km
Winner: André Greipel (OLO)
11. Blaye-les-Mines – Lavaur
13 July 2011 |  | profile | 167,5 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (THR)
12. Cugnaux – Luz-Ardiden
14 July 2011 |  | profile | 211 km
Winner: Samuel Sánchez (EUS)
13. Pau – Lourdes
15 July 2011 |  | profile | 152,5 km
Winner: Thor Hushovd (GRM)
14. Saint-Gaudens – Plateau de Beille
16 July 2011 |  | profile | 168,5 km
Winner: Jelle Vanendert (OLO)
15. Limoux – Montpellier
17 July 2011 |  | profile | 192,5 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (THR)
> REST DAY 18 July 2011 
16. Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux – Gap
19 July 2011 |  | profile | 162,5 km
Winner: Thor Hushovd (GRM)
17. Gap – Pinerolo (Italy)
20 July 2011 |  | profile | 179 km
Winner: Edvald Boasson Hagen (SKY)
18. Pinerolo (Italy) – Galibier – Serre Chevalier
21 July 2011 |  | profile | 200,5 km
Winner: Andy Schleck (LEO)
19. Modane – Alpe d’Huez
22 July 2011 |  | profile | 109,5 km
Winner: Pierre Rolland (EUC)
20. Grenoble – Grenoble (ITT)
23 July 2011 |  | profile | 42,5 km
Winner: Tony Martin (THR)
21. Créteil – Paris Champs-Élysées
24 July 2011 |  | profile | 95 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (THR)

General Classification:
1. Cadel Evans (BMC)
2. Andy Schleck (LEO)
3. Fränk Schleck (LEO)



Sources: www.letour.fr | www.steephill.tv

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TOUR DE FRANCE 2010

P. Rotterdam – Rotterdam (ITT)
3 July 2010 ~ 8,9 km
Winner: Fabian Cancellara (SAX)
1. Rotterdam – Bruxelles
4 July 2010 ~ 223,5 km
Winner: Alessandro Petacchi (LAM)
2. Bruxelles – Spa
5 July 2010 ~ 201 km
Winner: Sylvain Chavanel (QST)
3. Wanze – Arenberg Porte du Hainaut
6 July 2010 ~ 213 km
Winner: Thor Hushovd (CTT)
4. Cambrai – Reims
7 July 2010 ~ 153,5 km
Winner: Alessandro Petacchi (LAM)
5. Épernay – Montargis
8 July 2010 ~ 187,5 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (TCO)
6. Montargis – Gueugnon
9 July 2010 ~ 227,5 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (TCO)
7. Tournus – Station des Rousses
10 July 2010 ~ 165,5 km
Winner: Sylvain Chavanel (QST)
8. Station des Rousses – Morzine-Avoriaz
11 July 2010 ~ 189 km
Winner: Andy Schleck (SAX)
9. Morzine-Avoriaz – Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne
13 July 2010 ~ 204,5 km
Winner: Sandy Casar (FDJ)
10. Chambéry – Gap
14 July 2010 ~ 179 km
Winner: Sergio Paulinho (RSH)
11. Sisteron – Bourg-lès-Valence
15 July 2010 ~ 184,5 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (TCO)
12. Bourg-de-Péage – Mende
16 July 2010 ~ 210,5 km
Winner: Joaquim Rodriguez (KAT)
13. Rodez – Revel
17 July 2010 ~ 196 km
Winner: Alexandre Vinokourov (AST)
14. Revel – Ax-3 Domaines
18 July 2010 ~ 184,5 km
Winner: Christophe Riblon (ALM)
15. Pamiers – Bagnères-de-Luchon
19 July 2010 ~ 187,5 km
Winner: Thomas Voeckler (BTL)
16. Bagnères-de-Luchon – Pau
20 July 2010 ~ 199,5 km
Winner: Pierrick Fédrigo (BTL)
17. Pau – Col du Tourmalet
22 July 2010 ~ 174 km
Winner: Andy Schleck (SAX)
18. Salies-de-Béarn – Bordeaux
23 July 2010 ~ 198 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (TCO)
19. Bordeaux – Pauillac (ITT)
24 July 2010 ~ 52 km
Winner: Fabian Cancellara (SAX)
20. Longjumeau – Paris (Champs-Élysées)
25 July 2010 ~ 102,5 km
Winner: Mark Cavendish (TCO)

General Classification:
1. Alberto Contador (AST)
2. Andy Schleck (SAX)
3. Denis Menchov (RAB)