Monday July 14th, 2014

Stage 10Mulhouse / La Planche des Belles Filles

Start 13h30 GMT 2+

A sporting view

Time schedule Mulhouse / La Planche des Belles Filles 161.5KM

Subject to validation by the prefectoral services

RouteKilometresSchedules (Local time)
from the finishfrom the start40 km/h38 km/h36 km/h
FRANCE
HAUT-RHIN (68)
MULHOUSE13h0013h0013h00
ILLZACH
KINGERSHEIM (D20 III-D20 V-D20)
WITTENHEIM
RUELISHEIM
MULHOUSE161.50.013h3013h3013h30
ENSISHEIM (D20-D2-D4 BIS)158.03.513h3513h3513h35
UNGERSHEIM155.56.013h3913h3913h40
RAEDERSHEIM (D4 BIS-D15)152.09.513h4413h4513h45
MERXHEIM (D15-D3 BIS-D15)149.512.013h4713h4813h49
GUNDOLSHEIM147.014.513h5113h5313h54
Carrefour D15-D18 BIS144.517.013h5513h5613h58
WESTHALTEN142.019.513h5914h0014h02
SOULTZMATT141.520.014h0014h0114h03
OSENBACH (D18 BIS-D40)137.524.014h0614h0814h10
Col du Firstplan (722 m)131.030.514h1514h1714h20
Carrefour D40-D43126.035.514h2314h2614h29
SOULTZBACH-LES-BAINS125.536.014h2414h2714h30
Passage à niveau n°34124.037.514h2614h2914h32
Carrefour D43-D417124.037.514h2614h2914h32
MUHLELE (GUNSBACH)122.039.514h2914h3214h35
Carrefour D417-D10120.541.014h3114h3514h38
MUNSTER120.041.514h3214h3514h39
LUTTENBACH-PRÈS-MUNSTER (D10-VC)117.044.514h3714h4014h44
Passage à niveau n°44117.044.514h3714h4014h44
Petit Ballon (1 163 m)107.054.514h5114h5515h00
SONDERNACH (près) (VC-D27)97.064.515h0615h1115h17
Col du Platzerwasel (1 193 m)90.071.515h1715h2315h29
Le Breitfirst (METZERAL)87.074.515h2115h2715h34
Carrefour D27-D43085.576.015h2315h2915h36
LE MARKSTEIN84.577.015h2515h3115h38
Le Markstein (ODEREN)83.078.515h2715h3315h40
Carrefour D430-D2782.579.015h2815h3415h41
Le Treh (RANSPACH)81.580.015h3015h3615h43
Carrefour D27-D13 BIS68.093.515h5015h5716h06
Lac de Kruth-Wildenstein67.594.015h5015h5816h06
KRUTH (D13 BIS-D13 BI)66.095.515h5316h0016h09
Werschmatt (ODEREN)63.098.515h5816h0616h14
Col d'Oderen (884 m)58.0103.516h0516h1316h22
VOSGES (88)
VENTRON53.0108.516h1316h2116h31
Les Malcostes50.5111.016h1616h2516h35
Carrefour D43-D48649.5112.016h1816h2616h36
Col du Ménil47.0114.516h2116h3016h40
LE MÉNIL44.0117.516h2616h3516h45
LE THILLOT (D486-N66-D486)42.0119.516h2916h3816h48
Col des Croix36.0125.516h3816h4816h58
HAUTE-SAÔNE (70)
Les Grands-Champs (HAUT-DU-THEM-CHÂTEAU-LAMBERT)30.5131.016h4616h5617h08
SERVANCE30.0131.516h4716h5817h09
Carrefour D486-D13327.5134.016h5117h0117h13
La Forge24.0137.516h5617h0717h19
MIELLIN (D133-VC)22.0139.516h5917h1017h22
Col des Chevrères (914 m)18.0143.517h0517h1617h29
BELFAHY (VC-D98)17.5144.017h0617h1717h30
La Chevestraye (FRESSE) (D98-D97)12.0149.517h1417h2617h39
Le Mont (PLANCHER-BAS) (D97-D16)9.5152.017h1717h2917h43
PLANCHER-LES-MINES9.0152.517h1917h3117h44
Carrefour D16-D16 E2.0159.517h2917h4217h56
La Planche des Belles Filles (1 035 m)0.0161.517h3217h4417h59
LA PLANCHE DES BELLES FILLES0.0161.517h3217h4417h59

Tourist attractions

Mulhouse

Out of the 13 stage finishes in Mulhouse, three winners of the Tour have triumphed there: Nicolas Frantz for a first visit in 1925, Bernard Hinault on a time-trial in 1981 and Laurent Fignon in 1992. The two-time winner was then witnessing his penultimate Tour and had taken off for a long solo effort on his way up the Grand Ballon. Fifty kilometres later, he was to conquer the last of his nine stages on the event.

Web sites

Stage city 15 times
110 000 inhabitants
Haut-Rhin Sous-préfecture (68)

La Planche des Belles
Filles

Only skiing resort of the Haute-Saône Department, La Planche des Belles Filles entered the history of the Tour in style among the finishing sites of the race in 2012. The final part can only suit the best climbers. That day, Chris Froome was to conquer his first stage success. After working hard for his leader Bradley Wiggins, he replied to a Cadel Evans' attack in the last kilometres where the ascent was the hardest. Glory awaited team Sky at the top: stage for Froome, Yellow Jersey for Wiggins.

Web sites

Stage site 1 time
Summit of the Vosges Mountains (1 148 m)
238 500 inhabitants in Haute-Saône (70)

Corporate social responsibility

Since it was founded, Amaury Sport Organisation has been involved in various sponsorship and philanthropy activities. It is the generosity of sport that can be found in a certain number of initiatives aiming to invest in the workings of the disciplines themselves (sponsorship of the French Federation of Cycling), in a humanitarian and social framework, (Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque, Actions Dakar, Un Techo Para Mi Pais) or in the environmental sphere (Madre De Dios, selective sorting, etc.). Read more

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