After more than a week of tough racing, competitors in the 2015 Tour de France take on a short, but difficult Team Time Trial, covering 28-kilometers from Vannes to Plumelec, in Brittany. After last week’s opening time trial, this is the only remaining race against the clock in this Tour, so the specialists will be hoping to shine today.
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A relatively flat stage a day before the decisive Team Time Trial might be an opportunity for an easy day at the Tour de France. It might also favor a break that could stay away for the first time in this Tour. No matter, what is bound to define the outcome of the Eighth Stage of the 2015 Tour de France is that little kicker at the end.
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Riders in the Tour de France take on another long, rolling route on the seventh stage of the French National Tour. The 191-kilometer race from Livarot to Fougères may well be the last chance for the sprinters in the peloton to take a win until the Tour reaches Paris.
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Riders in the 2015 Tour de France are set to take on a rolling 192-kilometer race along France’s Atlantic Coast from Abbeville to Le Havre.
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Riders in the fifth stage of the 2015 Tour de France take on a 190-kilometer ride from Arras to Amiens Métropole, in Northern France. While classified as a “flat” stage, today’s route features a seemingly endless series of short hills and descents that may take a toll on some of the pure sprinters in the peloton.
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A day after riding a smaller version of the Spring Classic, La Flèche Wallonne, the peloton takes on something that can only be described as a miniature version of Paris Roubaix in the Fourth Stage of the 2015 Tour de France.
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The 2015 Tour de France is in Belgium for the third stage of the season’s greatest event. Riders will cover a short 160-kilometer race from Antwerp to a finish atop the storied Mur de Huy, a short steep climb that is usually highlighted in the Spring Classic, La Flèche Wallonne.
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The Tour de France takes on its first mass-start road race of 2015, moving in a southwesterly direction from Utrecht, covering 166 potentially wind-blown kilometers to a finish in Zélande.
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The 2015 Tour de France kicks off with a 13.8-kilometer Individual Time Trial in Utrecht, in the Netherlands.
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The 2014 Tour de France heads to Paris on the 21st and final stage of this three-week grand tour, with a short, flat and largely celebratory ride from the Paris suburb of Evry to the Tour’s traditional finish on the avenues of the Champs-Elysées.
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