Commentary from Christian Prudhomme

None of the contenders for the yellow jersey can afford a slip-up today. The climbs are tightly packed, starting with the Montvernier hairpins, then continuing with the crossing of the Télégraphe and Galibier passes. After passing through Serre-Chevalier, 10 kilometres of climbing at an average of more than 9% remain to reach the 2,413-metre Col du Granon, which was the Tour’s highest finishing point for 25 years.

Sport Side

Road Kilometers Schedules Local Time
From the finish From the start 39km/h 41km/h 43km/h

Col du Télégraphe

Km 84 - 1566m 11,9kilometre-long climb at 7.1%

Col du Galibier

Km 107 - 2642m 17,7kilometre-long climb at 6.9%

Col du granon

Km 149 - 2413m 11,3kilometre-long climb at 9.2%

Heritage

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