“The champions of our childhood are the champions for our lives”. This phrase that Tour de France Director Christian Prudhomme likes to reiterate will take on extra meaning this Friday March 24th, when with less than 100 days to go before the Grand Départ in Düsseldorf, more than 5,000 school kids from the ages of 10 to 12 will participate in the “Tour de France dictation”. The vast majority of the cities and departments that will host the 2017 Tour de France have responded very...Read more More news
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Tour de France 2017 - 18/10/2016 - Palais des congrés - Paris - France - Présentation du parcours - Thibaut PINOT, © ASO/B.BADE
Le Tour 2017 route
Tour de france 2017
Running from Saturday July 1st to Sunday July 23th 2017, the 104th Tour de France will be made up of 21 stages and will cover a total distance of 3,521 kilometres.
These stages have the following profiles:
- 9 flat stages
- 5 hilly stages
- 5 mountain stages including altitude finishes (La Planche des Belles Filles, Peyragudes, Izoard)
- 2 individual time-trials stages
- 2 rest days
10 new sites and stage cities
Düsseldorf (1st stage and start of stage 2), Mondorf-les-Bains (start of stage 4), Nuits-Saint-Georges (finish of stage 7), Nantua (start of stage 9), Eymet (start of stage 11), Laissac-Sévérac l’Église (start of stage 15), Romans-sur-Isère (finish of stage 16), La Mure (start of stage 17), Izoard (finish of stage 18), Salon-de-Provence (finish of stage 19)
Jersey wearers after the stage 21
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Sponsorship and Environment
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
A.S.O. is committed to integrating environmental considerations into the organisation of its races: Limiting CO2 emissions; A quality waste management policy for the spectators but also for the organisers and the riders; The promotion of cycling as an alternative, environmentally-friendly means of transport. Read more