Impressive stage and finish on the Alto de la Montaña de Cullera. Nielsen resisted Roglic's onslaught and the Slovenian returned to the lead.
With 12 kilometres to go, a major crash sent half the peloton to the ground. In that fall, Taaramae's hopes were gone.
The Dutch rider once again tasted victory in a sprint. Taaramae crashed 2 km from the finish line.
The Estonian rider from Intermarché wins stage 3 and takes the lead. Only Carapaz drops off in the rankings. The favourites save their strength
A difficult stage due to the wind was saved. A crash with no major incidents. Sprint for Philipsen and Roglic still in the lead.
The Slovenian beat Aranburu by just 6 seconds to become the first leader of this year's edition.
It is exactly this philosophy that three brands such as SRAM, RockShox and Zipp have used to present the components of an XPLR collection.
It had long been assumed by many that Slovak Peter Sagan would ride the next season with the TotalEnergies jersey.
This bike, developed by Hope and Lotus, is called the HB.T and is very different to any bike you've seen before.
In the mountain range bordering France there are some of the most important and historic mountain passes in cycling.
Kiesenhofer surprised everyone: she got into the good breakaway and dropped the rest of the riders with 15Km to go. Van Vleuten silver, Borghini bronze.
The Ecuadorian Richard Carapaz has become the first South American Olympic road cycling champion in a very tough race.
Slovenian Tadej Pogacar retained his Tour victory, the last stage was won by Van Aert in a sprint.
The Belgian won the penultimate stage convincingly to make it two wins in this Tour. The podium, without changes
The Bahrain rider was the breakaway of the breakaway of the breakaway. Lots of attacks but he was the strongest in the end.