Friday July 25th, 2014

Stage 19Maubourguet Pays du Val d'Adour / Bergerac

Start 12h25 (Local time)
  • Navardauskas delivers a Lithuanian first

    Ramunas Navardauskas became the first Lithuanian to win a stage at the Tour de France as he claimed a solo victory in Bergerac in a crashed marred finale that took Peter Sagan down and prevented the sprinters from coming across to the last attacker who had jumped in the côte de Monbazillac. It was a well deserved victory for Garmin-Sharp after a very courageous attempt by Tom-Jelte Slagter. Despite the difficult weather conditions, Vincenzo Nibali retained the yellow jersey with no...

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The stage in videos

video25/07/2014 

Summary

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  • Stage 19: by Pierrick Fedrigo (FDJ.fr)

The stage in pictures

photo25/07/2014 

Tour de France 2014 - Etape 19 - Maubourguet Val d'Adour / Bergerac - 25/07/2014 - Cyril GAUTIER en tête de l'échappée, devant Martin ELMIGER © ASO/B.Bade

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A sporting view

Caption
  • Leaders
  • Caravan
  • Start town
  • Finish town
  • Feeding zone
  • Checkpoints
  • Sprint
  • Last kilometre
  • Hors catégorie climb
  • Points of interest
  • Cobblestones sectors

Tourist attractions

Maubourguet Pays du Val
d'Adour

An area of plains and hills, the Pays du Val d'Adour is at the crossroads of the Béarn, Bigorre and Gascogne cultures. Concerning Maubourguet, the name of the common was chosen by its inhabitants to inspire fear to possible invaders. But the “Bad Village” will certainly be far more hospitable to the riders. While the Tour de France will stop there for the first time, Maubourguet has already hosted the start of a stage of the Tour des Pyrenées in 2004, heading to Lourdes and claimed by Théo Eltink.
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Web sites

At the foot of the Pyrénées, the vines of Madiran © Winao
Stage town for the 1st time
Maubourguet, capital town of the Hautes-Pyrénées (65)
Population : 2,500 inhabitants (Maubourguétois), 51,200 inhabitants for the 202 communes in the Pays du Val d'Adour community of communes, split over three departments (Gers, Pyrénées-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrénées)
Economy : Saint-Sever de Rustan Abbey, château de Montaner, Termes d'Armagnac Tower, Espace muséographique de Maubourguet (Museum), Marciac Jazz Country. Festivals: Jazz in Marciac, Spirale à Histoires (country music and story telling festival), Rencontres de Maubourguet (mixture of art and sport), Médiévales de Montaner (Medieval festival), Madiran wine festival. Saint-Jacques de Compostelle (Saint James' Way)
Sport : course landaise (bullfi ghting), rugby, hiking, riding and cycle tourism, Basque pelota, canoe-kayaking
Specialities : Wines from Madiran, Pacherenc and Saint-Mont, the Mulard duck and its derivatives (foie gras, confits, whole duck), beans, garbure (French stew/soup), Gascon pastis, honey, Bigorre black pork.
Sustainable Development : electric rental bikes in Marciac, Natura 2000 sites (dry orchid meadows and the vallée de l'Adour), Agenda 21 of the Pays du Val d'Adour
Labels : Maubourguet, green resort. Marciac, Great site of the Midi-Pyrénées. Montaner, Key site in Aquitaine

Caption
  • Leaders
  • Caravan
  • Start town
  • Finish town
  • Feeding zone
  • Checkpoints
  • Sprint
  • Last kilometre
  • Hors catégorie climb
  • Points of interest
  • Cobblestones sectors

Bergerac

On the main square of the common, a statue of Cyrano is displayed, although the hero who inspired Edmond Rostand's theatre play never put a foot in the city.
Unlike Cyrano, wines are very present in the area including the famous Monbazillac. In terms of cycling, Bergerac has only welcomed one stage of the Tour that brings back fond memories to Jacky Durand. On that day of July 1994, he had indeed conquered his first stage victory in Cahors with the French champion's jersey on his shoulders.
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Web sites

The old pont de Bergerac © Marc Delbos
Stage town for the 3rd time
Dordogne (24)
Population : 28,000 inhabitants (Bergeracois), 56,200 inhabitants in the 27 communes of the Bergerac Agglomeration Community
Economy : metal fabrication,chemistry, horticulture, viticulture, vocational training, vocational high school opened in 2014, creation of an industrial and tourist centre for 2017, airport
Culture : Notre-Dame church, Récollets cloisters, Cyrano statues, Jean Jaurès bandstand and park, town museum, Tobacco Museum, historic centre, barge port, on the banks of the Dordogne. Events: Flamenco, Jazz, Latin, Bodega Festivals, The Summer musical, Musical Circle Review, Airshow
Sport : USB Rugby (Fédérale 3, French Champions in 2013), Bergerac handball (Nationale 1 women), SNB rowing (Stany Delayre, European double skulls champion), Abdherrahim Maya, World champion runner up in Cécifoot (football for the visually impaired). Events: half marathon, Triathlon, Night of sports
Specialities : wine, strawberries, ceps, duck, cabécou soft goats cheese, four michelin starred chefs, a world champion pastry chef
Sustainable Development : 30 km of cycle way, Transports à la demande (TAD) (different types of transport), Pombonne Nature Park
Labels : Town of Art and History, Sport for all, 4 flowers and the Golden Flower Trophy

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