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Sprint | Yssingeaux (50.7 km)

Points at finish, kom sprint (3) côte de saint-just-malmont (14.2 km), kom sprint (3) côte de châtaignier (39.1 km), kom sprint (3) côte de grandrieu (135.3 km), kom sprint (3) côte de la fage (162.1 km), kom sprint (2) côte de la croix neuve (191 km), youth day classification, team day classification, race information.

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  • Date: 16 July 2022
  • Start time: 12:30
  • Avg. speed winner: 42.638 km/h
  • Race category: ME - Men Elite
  • Distance: 192.5 km
  • Points scale: GT.A.Stage
  • UCI scale: UCI.WR.GT.A.Stage - TM2022
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  • ProfileScore: 170
  • Vert. meters: 3441
  • Departure: Saint-Etienne
  • Arrival: Mende
  • Race ranking: 1
  • Startlist quality score: 1551
  • Won how: 1.9 km solo
  • Avg. temperature: 27 °C

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Tour de France 2022 Route stage 14: Saint-Étienne - Mende

Tour de France 2022

Usually, when Le Tour finishes in Saint-Étienne the town also hosts the stage start on the following day. Three years ago the race travelled on lumpy terrain to Romain Bardet’s birthplace, Brioude, where Daryl Impey outgunned Tiesj Benoot in a two-up sprint.

A race to Mende is on the cards this time – or, to be more precise, to the landing strip of Mende Airport. The riders are to crest the Côte de la Croix Neuve with 1.5 kilometres to go. It’s a 3 kilometres climb at 10.2% with ramps up to 18%. A 1 kilometre drop leads onto a flat 500 metres run-in to the line.

It’s a fitting finale for a race with hardly a flat metre. The riders travel from one climb to the next, five of which are classified. Shortly after the start the Côte de Saint-Juste Malmont is expected to see a lot of action. Is the breakaway going to be established after the 7.7 kilometres climb at 3.9%? We highly doubt it.

And on we go on breakaway battle perfect terrain. Flat, rolling, short drop, short climb – and after 40 kilometres there are new KOM points available on the Côte de Châtaignier. Which is a 2.9 kilometres climb at 7.3%.

An undulating phase and a descent later and the riders move through Le Puy-en-Velay. The route then starts to climb again and continues to do so for 20 kilometres. Far from steep though – mostly hovering between 2 to 3%.

The riders descend onto a new false flat, which gradually gets steeper before passing into the Côte de Grandieu. This is effectually a 6.3 kilometres ascent at 4.1%. No summit though, as the road continues to climb before a short descent leads to the base of the Côte de la Fage. Which is a 4.2 kilometres climb at 6%.

The riders plunge down a 20 kilometres descent and then it’s time for the Côte de la Croix Neuve. The French call the punchy last ascent Montée Laurent Jalabert , since their hero claimed the stage on Bastille Day 1995. Jalabert was succeeded by Marcos Serrano (2005), Joaquim Rodriquez (2010), Stephen Cummings (2015), and Omar Fraile (2018).

The first three riders on the line gain time bonuses of 10, 6 and 4 seconds.

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Tour de France 2022: Michael Matthews wins stage 14 in Mende – as it happened

The Australian known as “Bling” put on a tactical masterclass to record his first Tour de France stage victory for five years

  • 16 Jul 2022 Caleb Ewan finishes the stage ...
  • 16 Jul 2022 Top 10 on GC after stage 14
  • 16 Jul 2022 Michael Matthews speaks ...
  • 16 Jul 2022 Michael Matthews wins stage 14!
  • 16 Jul 2022 Today's breakaway is formed
  • 16 Jul 2022 Roglic and Ewan among the early toilers
  • 16 Jul 2022 Top 10 on General Classification after stage 13
  • 16 Jul 2022 Pedersen wins amid crowd and Covid concerns
  • 16 Jul 2022 Stage 14: Saint-Étienne to Mende (192.5km)

Team Bikeexchange-Jayco's Michael Matthews celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win stage 14.

Stage 14 report: Having been overtaken on the final climb, Michael Matthews drew on his apparently bottomless reserves to pull clear of Alberto Bettiol and win his first stage of the Tour de France since 2017.

Caleb Ewan finishes the stage ...

With the broom wagon on his back wheel, the Australian limps over the line over 39 minutes after his compatriot Michael Matthews. He punches the air in weary triumph, which suggests he’s made it inside the time limit. Well done him!

Top 10 on GC after stage 14

  • Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma) 55hr 31min 01sec
  • Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates) +2min 22sec
  • Geraint Thomas (Ineos Grenadiers) +2min 43sec
  • Romain Bardet (Team DSM) +3min 01sec
  • Adam Yates (Ineos Grenadiers) +4min 06sec
  • Nairo Quintana (Arkea-Samsic) +4min 15sec
  • Louis Meintjes ((Intermarche-Wanty) +4min 24sec
  • David Gaudu (Groupama FDJ) +4min 24sec
  • Tom Pidcock (Ineos Grenadiers) +8min 49sec
  • Enrique Mas (Movistar) +9min 58sec

Michael Matthews speaks ...

“I think it’s pretty much the story of my career,” says the stage winner. “I’ve had so many rollercoasters up and down but my wife and my daughter kept believing me. How many times have I been smashed down but I always get back up. This was for my daughter today; she’s four years old and I really just wanted to show her why I’m away all the time and what I do it for. And today was that day.”

Team Bikeexchange-Jayco’s Michael Matthews celebrates on the podium after winning the 14th stage.

Caleb Ewan watch: We don’t know how far behind the Australian is but we he is the last of 111 riders still out on the road today.

Geraint Thomas: The Welsh Ineos Grenadiers rider remains in third place overall at 2min 43sec.

Louis Meintjes: Having started the day in 14th place on General Classification and at one point pedalled his way to virtual second, the South African finishes an excellent day’s work in seventh place overall.

Pogacar and Vingegaard roll over the finsh line. More than 12 minutes after Michael Matthews won the stage, the Slovenian is first over with the race leader on his wheel.

Visma’s Jonas Vingegaard (rear) and UAE Team Emirates’ Tadej Pogacar cross the finish line after stage 14.

Pogacar attacks again: The Slovenian puts in another big dig with two kilometres to to go. He’s unable to give Vingegaard the slip. The duo are taking huge chunks of time out of David Gaudu, Thomas and Bardet.

Oof! Pogacar and Vingegaard power up the final climb leaving the rest of the GC contenders in all sorts of bother. Geraint Thomas has lost 30 seconds, while Romain Bardet has lost 46.

The yellow jersey group: Jonas Vingegaard has been left isolated in a group of about 15 riders on the final climb. Tadaj Pogacar launches an attack but the race leader sticks to his back wheel.

Louis Meintjes. Having started the day in 14th place on GC, the South African finished the stage 1min 13sec behind Michael Matthews. He won’t be getting the yellow jersey following his brilliant performance but could get in the top five.

Michael Matthews wins stage 14!

The Australian wins his first stage of the Tour for five years following a courageous masterclass in bike-riding. It was a heroic effort from him today. Alberto Bettiol takes second place and Thibaut Pinot is third.

Stage winner Michael Matthews celebrates as he crosses the finish line of the fourteenth stage of the 2022.

1km to go: Astonishing stuff from Matthews, who looked beaten but digs deep into his reserves of strength to overtake Bettiol and be first over the final climb. He’ll be favourite to win the runway sprint to the finish.

2km to go: Bettiol leads Matthews by about seven bike-lengths but can’t shake them off. Thibaut Pinot is chasing them down but looks to have let it too late.

2.3km to go: Bettiol latches on to Matthews’ wheel and then passes the Australian in a bid to win his first Tour de France stage. Matthews hangs on but is deep in the red zone.

3km to go: Michael Matthews pulls clear of Sanchez and Grosschartner, whose collective goose looks cooked. This is a heroic effort from the Australian, who has already finished second in two stages on this Tour. He’s about to be caught by Alberto Bettiol with the gradient on the final climb at its steepest.

Spectators cheer Michael Matthews of Team BikeExchange - Jayco as he attacks in the breakaway.

4km to go: There are 2.5km to the top of the final climb and the lead of the trio in front is down to 16 seconds. Michael Woods is putting in a shift in the chasing group on behalf of his Israel–Premier Tech teammate Jakob Fuglsang.

5km to go: Matthews, Sanchez and Grosschartner pass under the “five kilomtres to go” banner and into the final kilometre before the vicious final climb with it’s maximum gradient of 15%. They have a lead of 24 seconds over a chasing group that includes Simmons, Pinot, Martinez, Woods and Uran.

6km to go: The leaders approach the foot of the Côte de la Croix Neuve Montée Jalabert, recently re-named in honour of Laurent Jalabert. Hmmm ...

10km to go: At the front of the race, Michael Matthews (BikeExchange-Jayco), Luis Leon Sanchez (Bahrain-Victorious) and Felix Grosschartner (Bora-Hansgrohe) have a lead of 39 seconds over a chasing group being led by Thibaut Pinot (Groupama-FDJ).

11 min: Wout van Aert is leading the yellow jersey group featuring all the big names with his team-mate, the race leader Jonas Vingegaard on his back wheel. He’ll lead them to the foot of the final climb before dropping off, one suspects.

Jumbo-Visma’s yellow jersey holder Jonas Vingegaard is on the wheel of team-mate Wout Van Aert, who is sporting the sprinter’s green jersey.

13km to go: Tom Pidcock is droipped from the yellow jersey group and looks set to drop out of the top 10 on GC. At the front of the race, Michael Matthews (BikeExchange-Jayco), Luis Leon Sanchez (Bahrain-Victorious) and Felix Grosschartner (Bora-Hansgrohe) have a lead of 39 seconds over the chasing posse as they descend from Cote de la Fage. With a very steep climb to come before the finish, will it be enough?

Caleb Ewan watch: The Australian and his three comrades from Lotto Soudal are over 26 minutes behind the stage leaders.

20km to go: Back in an increasingly small peloton, Team Jumbo-Visma are putting the hammer down, presumably in order to stop Louis Meintjes from taking the yellow jersey.

25km to go: If Lotto Soudal didn’t have bad luck they’d have no luck at all. In the wake of Caleb Ewan’s crash yesterday, Andreas Kron has been dropped from the lead quartet after his front tyre punctured. He did well to stay iupright as it happened on a downhill stretch as he approached a turn. Elsewhere, Simon Geschke has mathematically guaranteed himself the King of the Mountains jersey for another day at least.

31km to go: Michael Matthews (BikeExchange-Jayco), Luis Leon Sanchez (Bahrain-Victorious), Andreas Kron (Lotto Soudal), Felix Grosschartner (Bora-Hansgrohe) have a lead of 29 seconds. In the chasing pack, Louis Meintjes (Intermarché–Wanty–Gobert Matériaux) has ridden himself into second place on the virtual GC leaderboard. The gap to the peloton is a staggering 14min 30sec!

32km to go: Neilson Powless, Bauke Mollema and Michael Woods are dropped from the original breakaway.

33km to go: The Italian rider Alberto Bettiol is trying to bridge the gap to the four leaders and is shedding assorting travel companions. He’s in an eight-man group trying to hunt down the four leaders. Stefan Kung is dropped, which is bad news for his Groupama–FDJ team-mate Thibaut Pinot.

36km to go: Matthews, Grosschartner, Kron and Sanchez have a 41-second lead over the other 19 riders from the breakaway.

38km to go: The gap from the leaders to the peloton is now out to 13min 23sec, which means South African rider Louis Meintjes is being catapulted up the GC rankings. Having started this morning in 15th place overall with a 15min 46sec deficit, he could end up in the yellow jersey!!!

39km to go: Matthews remains on his own in front with a slender lead over a chasing trio of Andreas Kron, Felix Grosschartner and Luis Leon Sanchez. The remaining 19 members of the breakaway are now bickering amongst themselves over who should lead the chase. They’ve made a mess of this and with three men in the breakaway who missed the split, one suspects the directeur sportif of EF Education-Easypost is going to be spitting feathers.

46km to go: Michael Matthews is still out front on his own but only has a lead of 10 seconds over a chasing trio. The rest of the breakaway are a further 17seconds behind.

47km to go: A seven-rider chase group including Dani Martinez and Quinn Simmons set off in pursuit of Matthews, while behind them Stefan Kung takes his place at the front of the rest of the breakaway to time trial them back to the escapees.

The road into Chapeauroux.

52km to go: Michael Matthews has attacked off the front of the breakaway. The Australian BikeExchange–Jayco rider they call “Bling” has opened a gap of 27 seconds in an optimistic bid to win the stage. A good climber but not a great one, it’s his only hope with two big climbs to come.

57km to go: Simon Geschke sprints clear of Quinn Simmons to take the two KOM points available. The American was actually using the race to the summit of Cote de Grandieu to launch an attack, safe in the knowledge that nobody else would be contesting the sprint to the line. It’s a cunning plan in theory but doesn’t work in practice as Simmons is unable to shake off his pursuers.

Caleb Ewan watch: The Australian and his three Lotto Soudal amigos are 21 minutes behind the stage leaders. Hats off to Ewan, who I didn’t think had a hope in hell of finishing this stage. There’s a long way to go yet but he’s playing an absolute blinder in extremely trying circumstances.

59km to go: Among the busiest men on the race today, the lads on the Vittel motorbikes are doing commendably sterling work handing out bottles of water to thirsty riders from their refrigerated panniers.

62km to go: In the polka-dot jersey, Simon Geschke is reasonably near the front of the lead bunch as they approach the Col de Grandieu. Will anyone attempt to diddle him out of the maximum two points this time, as Quinn Simmons did earlier?

While Simmons is not in contention to win King of the Mountains, his Trek-Segafredo teammate Giulio Ciccone is. Ciccone is in the peloton today, so needs all the help he can get. Whgile it’s his job, Simmons is a very selfless rider, having put in an epic shift on the front of yesterday’s breakaway to help tee up Mads Pedersen for the win. WIth the Pyrenees ahoy, today he is tasked with trying to snaffle as many KOM points as possible so Geschke can’t get them.

71km to go: The gap is at 10min 34sec as the lead group pedal upwards towards the foot of the Cat 3 Côte de Grandrieu, which is 6.3km long, 1,131m high and 57km from the finish. After that, it’s steadily onwards and mostly upwards to the Cote de la Fage, a much steeper proposition at 4.2km, 1,442m and 30km from the finish. Both peaks are part of the same climb.

81km to go: “Thanks for doing the hard yards keeping an eye on the cycling today,” writes Rohan. “On the random fines for drafting, I can’t help feeling that the more I know about the family that own the Tour, the more it feels like fines are pretty much randomly distributed to make them money. See also the fines for going for a pee anywhere on route. Any views?”

I have no strong views but I think fining a visibly injured rider who’s just been in a bad crash for drafting as he tries to get back to the peloton is a bit harsh. While illegal, it’s unlikely that anyone would object if the commisaires turned a blind eye.

As for roadside ablutions - I’m not sure what the rules are regarding where and when riders are allowed to take a leak, but I suppose as long as they don’t go in the middle of a town or city and make efforts to avoid splashing any spectators’ roadside picnics, they should be allowed go discretely wherever they like.

Jumbo keeping on keeping on.

86km to go: The gap is out to 10min 28sec and there’s not much going on at the moment, the riders in both groups keeping their powder dry after a chaotic start to the stage, with a view to further battles nearer the end of the stage. The Caleb Ewan quartet of Lotto Soudal riders are currently 18 minutes off the pace.

As things stand we’re looking at a cut-off of about 30 minutes although the commisaires might take pity on the injured Ewan if he finishes outside it, due in no small part to him being a big name sprinter who they’ll want to see in the shake-up in Paris.

94km to go: There is a long, very steep climb just before the short, flat finish to today’s stage and on ITV, the commentary team of Ned Boulting, Pete Kennaugh and David Millar are suggesting that those in the breakaway will be hopeful of getting rid of Thibaut Pinot before they hit that final slope. As things stand, he’d be the favourite to win the stage but we can expect lots of attacks long before then.

95km to go: The gap between the 23-man breakaway and the peloton is now over 10 minutes.

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Tour de France 2022 stage 14 result LIVE: Michael Matthews wins with Jonas Vingegaard retaining yellow jersey

Michael Matthews completed a phenomenal ride to claim his fourth stage victory in the Tour de France and his first in five years. It took 40km and two category climbs for a breakaway of 23 riders to form with Matthews the only member of Team BikeExchange–Jayco.

Knowing that there were others around him preparing their plans, Matthews attacked with 50km of the stage to go. It was an exceptional tactical decision as he was joined by three other riders before pushing clear of the break. On the final climb Matthews was caught by Alberto Bettiol but he dug into his reserves to crest the peak first and roll over the final 1.5km to claim his win.

In the race for the general classification Tadej Pogacar stuck with yellow Jersey holder Jonas Vingegaard before launching a couple of failed attacks on Cote de la Croix Neuve Montee Jalabert. He failed to gain any time on the Dane who retains the jersey for the final stage of week two tomorrow.

Relive the action from Stage 14 of the Tour de France:

Tour de France - Stage 14

Today’s route is 192.5km through the hills between Saint-Etienne and Mende

Michael Matthews wins Stage 14 holding on to his lead on final Cote de la Croix Neuve climb

Jonas Vingegaard retains yellow jersey ahead of Tadej Pogacar

Simon Geschke extends KOM lead with 57km to go

Matthews takes the win in intermediate sprint

Breakaway develops after 40km riding

Quinn Simmons and Simon Geschke race to top of Cote de Chataignier

Tour de France 2022: Reaction from Matthews

16:46 , Michael Jones

"I've had some rollercoasters, but my wife, my daughter, kept believing in me" 🎙 @blingmatthews emotional after his stage win #TDF2022 pic.twitter.com/Fh3ntdTbbt — Tour de France™ (@LeTour) July 16, 2022

16:40 , Michael Jones

Michael Matthews spoke to reporters after winning stage 14 of the 2022 Tour de France.

“I think it’s pretty much the story of my career,” he said, “I’ve had so many rollercoasters up and down but my wife and my daughter kept believing me.

“How many times have I been smashed down but I always get back up?

“This was for my daughter today; she’s four years old and I really just wanted to show her why I’m away all the time and what I do it for. And today was that day.”

Tour de France 2022: Michael Matthews wins stage 14

16:37 , Michael Jones

Tour de France 2022: General Classification standings

16:33 , Michael Jones

Louis Meintjes moves from 14th at the start of the stage up to seventh by the end. An incredible ride from the South African.

1. Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma) 55hrs 31’01”

2. Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates) +2’22”

3. Geraint Thomas (Ineos Grenadiers) +2’43”

4. Romain Bardet (Team DSM) +3’01”

5. Adam Yates (Ineos Grenadiers) +4’06”

6. Nario Quintana (Team Arkea-Samsic) +4’15”

7. Louis Meintjes (Intermarche-Wanty-Gobert Materiaux) +4’24”

8. David Gaudu (Groupama-FDJ) +4’24”

9. Tom Pidcock (Ineos Grenadiers) +8’49”

10. Enric Mas (Movistar Team) +9’58”

16:21 , Michael Jones

Tour de France 2022: Michael Matthews wins stage 14 as Pogacar and Vingegaard race to finish

16:20 , Michael Jones

Tadej Pogacar tries to pull away from Jonas Vingegaard but doesn’t make a dent in the time gap to the yellow jersey. They both cross the line together some 12 minutes and 30 seconds behind Michael Matthews.

Tour de France 2022: Stage 14

16:13 , Michael Jones

Michael Matthews has won the stage but there’s a second race happening as Tadej Pogacar and Jonas Vingegaard race up the final climb.

Pogacar is trying to make some time up on Vingegaard’s lead in the GC standings but so far the yellow jersey holder is up to the task.

Tour de France 2022: Michael Matthews wins Stage 14!

16:08 , Michael Jones

Alberto Bettiol crosses the line second with Thibaut Pinot in third.

🏆 🇦🇺 @blingmatthews wins in Mende!! 🏆 🇦🇺 @blingmatthews s'impose à Mende !!! #TDF2022 | #StageWinner | @Continental_fr pic.twitter.com/k1Dfiuy2n5 — Tour de France™ (@LeTour) July 16, 2022

16:07 , Michael Jones

What a climb from Michael Matthews, he launched his attack with a quarter of the stage left to go and was reeled in by Alberto Bettiol on the final climb.

He had to dig deep but managed to beat the Italian to the top of the mountain before kicking on to win the stage!

16:05 , Michael Jones

1.5km to go: Michael Matthews is hanging on as Alberto Bettiol tries to drop him, Bettiol is five or six bike lengths ahead but Matthews is getting closer.

As the gradient slackens, Matthews sneaks ahead and crosses the peak first to take the KOM point.

He’s only got eyes on the finish line though.

16:01 , Michael Jones

2.5km to go: Alberto Bettiol is bombing up this final climb, he’s catching Matthews and is going to overtake him. Bettiol and Matthews are 35 second ahead of the rest now.

The gradient is 13%, the temperature is close to 40 degrees celsius and there’s still 1km to the top.

15:59 , Michael Jones

3km to go: The chasing pack can now see Michael Matthews’ group up ahead. Matthews is working hard to get inside the final 2km of the climb.

Thibaut Pinot has reacted yet. The gradient is up to 12%, it’s so tough now.

15:57 , Michael Jones

4km to go: Here comes the climb!

The gap to the leaders is less tham 20 seconds now as the pursuing group starts to catch up. We could be in for a barmstorming finish here.

Michael Matthews presses on up ahead.

15:51 , Michael Jones

7km to go: Michael Matthews, Luis Leon Sanchez and Felix Grosschartner have a lead of 39 seconds over a chasing group being led by Thibaut Pinot.

It could be enough to get them to the top of the climb. After that there’s still a short section to the finish.

15:49 , Michael Jones

10km to go: There’s about 6km to go until the final climb. It’s only 3km to the top of Cote de la Croix Neuve but the average gradient is 10%. That’s insane and it’ll take the best climbers about 10 minutes to get to the top.

15:46 , Michael Jones

13km to go: Jumbo-Visma have upped the pace in the peloton and have already cut a minute off the time gap. Louis Mientjes has now dropped out of the virtual GC top three.

15:41 , Michael Jones

18km to go: The race for the stage win is on. Back in the peloton the action isn’t over. There may be a few attacks from the GC riders.

Wout van Aert is leading Jumbo-Visma who are setting the pace for the peloton. They’ll want to cut some time to the leaders.

🏆 The contest for the stage win is on!! 🏆 La lutte pour la victoire d'étape est lancée ! #TDF2022 pic.twitter.com/cuVpnqmrH6 — Tour de France™ (@LeTour) July 16, 2022

15:38 , Michael Jones

21km to go: Andreas Kron goes round a bend and has a mechanical failure with one of his tyres which almost causes him to crash. He’s left behind by the other three lead: Grossschartner, Sanchez and Matthews.

They are 30 seconds ahead.

15:36 , Michael Jones

25km to go: Simon Geschke will make the podium ceremony again in Mende as he’s mathematically assured of keeping the polka dot jersey.

Louis Meintjes is second in the GC as it stands, he’s within one minute and 25 seconds of the yellow jersey. The peloton are now just reaching the penultimate climb.

15:32 , Michael Jones

30km to go: Marc Soler has been given the freedom to chase the leading group down the next 20km descent. Neilson Powless, Bauke Mollema and Michael Woods have been dropped from the original breakaway.

Michael Matthews is still leading the way. He crosses the Cote de la Fage peak first for two KOM points.

15:28 , Michael Jones

31km to go: Alberto Bettiol tries to bridge the gap to the four leaders in an eight-man group. When he starts to tire Uran takes up the lead and keeps the attack going.

1km to go to the top of Cote de la Fage. The leading quartet lead by 26 seconds.

15:24 , Michael Jones

33km to go: The breakaway continues to break apart as the riders start to think about positioning themselves for the final climb. Matthews, Grosschartner, Kron and Sanchez’s 41-second lead has been cut to just over 30.

Louis Meintjes is one of the pursuers. He’s got a secondary objective as a good finish today will propel him up the GC standings.

15:17 , Michael Jones

38km to go: The four riders out front of the breakaway reach the base of Cote de la Fage which is the penultimate categorised climb today.

It’s a 4.2km ride with an average gradient of 6%. That could provide some opportunities for the chasers in the breakaway to catch these front four.

15:13 , Michael Jones

40km to go: There are several teams in the breakaway who have enough riders involved to close the gap but the leading quartet have put the pedal down.

They’ve eked out a 26 second lead.

The average pace for the day is back up to 42km/h which was the fastest predicted speed before the start.

15:11 , Michael Jones

44km to go: The breakaway has lost all cohesion as the riders try to look after their own interests in pursuit of Michael Matthews. Sanchez, Grossschartner and Kron will catch the leader but behind them there’s a couple of splits in the breakaway.

15:03 , Michael Jones

49km to go: Michael Matthews’ attack seems to have worked well for him Louis Meintjes and Quinn Simmons attempt to counter attack with a group of six riders.

The effort doesn’t seem to be being shared around so the pace of this chasing pack eases off. They’ve cut Matthews’ lead to 15 seconds.

14:59 , Michael Jones

52km to go: Michael Matthews is going very early.

The BikeExchange rider tries to get up the road on his own. He’s maybe banking on creating a gap that a few teams will cross later on.

There’s a bit of tailwind helping him out and he’s already opened up a lead of 20 seconds. It’s an interesting play with so long left in the stage.

14:55 , Michael Jones

54km to go : It’s an aggressive ploy from Simmons who is drawing out chasers with his attack after the Cote de Grandrieu peak. He’s bombing a 55km/h and has stretched the breakaway across the road.

Simmons hasn’t been able to get clear but he’s put the cat amongst the pidgeons.

14:52 , Michael Jones

57km to go: The final kilometre of Cote de Grandrieu is an 8-9% gradient before flattening to 3% for the final 500m.

Geschke and Simmons are once again at the head of the group. They fought each other in a sprint at the previous categorised climb so Geschke goes early.

He crosses the line to take two points but Simmons pushes past him to make a move away from the pack.

14:45 , Michael Jones

59 km to go: There is just under 3km left of the climb up Cote de Grandrieu. The breakaway is very comfortable out front and the next burst of excitement will come when someone decides to have a go.

⛰️ The leading group are into the next climb, almost 11' over the peloton. ⛰️ L'échappée entame la Côte de Grandrieu avec presque 11' d'avance sur le peloton. #TDF2022 pic.twitter.com/afP7nCvuNZ — Tour de France™ (@LeTour) July 16, 2022

14:43 , Michael Jones

61km to go: Louis Meintjes spoke about whether he fancies a dart for the KOM title today as he chatted to reporters this morning.

He said: “We still have to see, because there are some stages with a huge amount of points. Like today, there are a few King of the Mountains, but a relatively small amount of points.

“So you have to work really hard to get it, and you also have to see… Vingegaard is still really up there. The way they’re riding, you can’t really control what they do, and it will be really hard to stay in front of them.”

14:38 , Michael Jones

63km to go: Louis Meintjes and Simon Geschke will be starting to think about the next KOM points. They’re battling it out for the King of the Mountains title.

Geschke is about four riders from the front of the break in the polka dot jersey as the leaders hit the start of Cote de Grandrieu.

14:30 , Michael Jones

68km to go :

14:24 , Michael Jones

73km to go: The breakaway has fairly flown down the descent and now has a plateau of arount 10km before the next categorised climb up Cote de Grandrieu.

Michael Matthews and Nielsen Powless have made a move to the front of the pack.

14:18 , Michael Jones

80 km to go: Five Tour de France stages have finished on the Mende aerodrome 1.5km after the KOM atop the Côte de la Croix-Neuve.

On two occasions, the KOM winner and the stage winner were different riders: in 2010, Alberto Contador was first at the top but beaten by his compatriot Joaquim Rodriguez.

In 2015, Thibaut Pinot took the KOM points but, along with his compatriot Romain Bardet, was overhauled for the stage win by Stephen Cummings who delivered the first victory for his South African team MTN-Qhubeka on the Mandela Day.

14:12 , Michael Jones

85km to go: The leaders have broken the back of this long climb and have a few kilometres to go before they’re rewarded with an enjoyable descent.

The peloton is 10’27” behind now and that gap is increasing. It’s increasing slowly but it is increasing.

14:03 , Michael Jones

89km to go: It is quite remarkable how this current hill is unclassified. They are still plodding up to the top of it after around 15km of riding.

The pace of the stage has steadily started to drop but and the peloton have kept themselves about 10 minutes behind.

13:55 , Michael Jones

94km to go: The next categorised climb is Côte de Grandrieu and it arrives with 57km to go in the stage.

The riders are heading over a long, long incline that still has over 15km before the peak. After that comes a steep descent which could split the breakaway if anyone dares to take it on.

13:48 , Michael Jones

98km to go: The peloton have fallen over 10 minutes behind the breakaway. The leading group is travelling at 47km/h which is a quick pace for the GC riders to keep up with without exerting too much energy.

13:45 , Michael Jones

100km to go: The breakaway continue to increase their lead over the peloton and it’s now closing in on 10 minutes.

There have been brilliant crowds turning out across the Tour de France everyday and today is no different. The breakaway group passes through Saint-Chrisptophe-Sur-Dolaizon and are met with loud cheers.

13:37 , Michael Jones

102km to go: The leaders have hit the next climb. It’s about 20km long and is uncategorised despite being quite steep and fairly tough.

Michael Matthews was already in the breakaway on the stage won in 2017 by Bauke Mollema at Le Puy-en-Velay where the front group is now.

The Australian won the following stage and that was his last win in a Grand Tour.

Five years later, he has already finished second twice in this Tour de France, at Longwy (stage 6) behind Tadej Pogacar and Lausanne (stage 8) behind Wout van Aert.

Will he get his next win today?

13:32 , Michael Jones

106km to go : Intermarché–Wanty–Gobert Matériaux rider Louis Meintjes is the highest ranked GC rider in today’s breakaway. He started this morning in 14th place at 15min 46seconds behind Jonas Vingegaard.

The breakaway is currently 8’41” ahead of the peloton so if it stays like this Meintjes should make his way into the top-10 of the GC standings.

There’s a long, long way to go in this stage though.

13:25 , Michael Jones

111 km to go: This was the scene from the breakaway group a few minutes ago. The Tour de France always impresses on the scenery front.

🏁115KM 🚴‍♂️ x 23 Gr. 💛 +8'15" #TDF2022 pic.twitter.com/GRDxIdThwe — Tour de France™ (@LeTour) July 16, 2022

13:19 , Michael Jones

115km to go: The average speed of the stage is 42.4km/h which is pretty good. The breakaway have reached a long, steady incline that morphs into a tough uncategorised climb after a few kilometres.

Things have properly settled down now. It should be steady going for the next 40km or so you’d think.

13:16 , Michael Jones

120km to go: Caleb Ewan is over 16 minutes off the pace at the back as he struggles with his injured knee. He’s got his Lotto Soudal teammates Frederik Frison, Reinhardt Janse Van Rensburg and Tim Wellens for company.

The peloton is now over eight minutes behind the breakaway. That’s a substantial lead.

13:11 , Michael Jones

124km to go: Jakob Fuglsang makes a move from the front of thr breakaway and brings Sanchez and Powless with him. The attack doesn’t last long and the group bunches back together.

It’s a sign though and some of these riders will want to push on and try to split this break. There are a lot of riders in it and that could cause some problems towards the end of the stage.

13:04 , Michael Jones

130km to go: Marc Soler is leading the way at the front of the race as the breakaway continues to increase their lead. The GC contenders in the peloton will just be keeping an eye on that gap.

They won’t want to let them get too far in front.

12:59 , Michael Jones

133km to go: Here is the full result of the intermediate sprint at Yssingeaux.

1. Michael Matthews, 20 pts

2. Krists Neilands, 17 pts

3. Felix Grossschartner, 15 pts

4. Stefan Küng, 13 pts

5. LL Sanchez, 11 pts

6. Andreas Kron, 10 pts

7. Neilson Powless, 9 pts

8. Thibaut Pinot, 8 pts

9. Louis Meintjes, 7 pts

10. Rigoberto Uran, 6 pts

11. Benoît Cosnefroy, 5 pts

12. Simon Geschke, 4 pts

13. Lennard Kämna, 3 pts

14. Dani Martinez, 2 pts

15. Michale Woods, 1 pt

12:55 , Michael Jones

136km to go: The peloton is over six minutes behind the breakaway group which hasn’t yet settled into it’s rhythm. There was a few moments after the sprint where a few riders threatened to go clear but they eased off and rejoined the pack.

There’s a long stretch of rolling uncategorised climbs now which makes up the bulk of the stage. Things should calm down drastically from here until the final third of the stage.

12:48 , Michael Jones

141 km to go: The breakaway heads through Yssingeaux where the intermediate sprint has been placed. Michael Matthews comes round the outside and makes his way to the front of the pack, he crosses the line first and collects all 20 points in the sprint classification.

12:45 , Michael Jones

144km to go: There are 23 riders in the breakaway out front.

They are: Marc Soler, Daniel Martínez, Benoît Cosnefroy, Felix Grossschartner, Lennard Kämna, Patrick Konrad, Gregor Mühlberger, Simon Geschke, Luis Leon Sanchez, Stefan Küng, Thibaut Pinot, Louis Meintjes, Alberto Bettiol, Neilson Powless, Rigoberto Urán, Andreas Kron, Bauke Mollema, Quinn Simmons, Jakob Fuglsang, Krists Neilands, Michael Woods, Michael Matthews and Franck Bonnamour.

Further back Primoz Roglic has rejoined the peloton as their pace slows right down. The breakaway are 4’20” ahead.

12:38 , Michael Jones

147km to go: At 14th in the GC standings, Louis Meintjes is the highest ranked of the 18 breakaway riders. He’s also challenging for the KOM jersey and will be in a battle with Simon Geschke over the next three categorised climbs.

The gap between the breakaway and the peloton is now 2’41” so they’re fully clear now.

12:35 , Michael Jones

150 km to go: Things should settle down now as a big group finally breaks off the front of the peloton.

Here’s the sprint between Simon Geschke and Quinn Simmons at the top of Cote de Chataignier.

⛰ @QuinnSimmons9 and @simongeschke fight for the points at the Côte de Châtaignier. The break looks to have finally gone! ⛰ @QuinnSimmons9 et @simongeschke se disputent les points dans la Côte de Châtaignier. L'échappée semble enfin partie ! #TDF2022 pic.twitter.com/9LX1vp6QMz — Tour de France™ (@LeTour) July 16, 2022

12:33 , Michael Jones

152km to go: The craziness of the start seems to be over as the yellow jersey group which include Geraint Thomas and Tadej Pogacar eases off the pace at the crest of the climb.

They let another group of about 18 riders get clear and they’ll form the breakaway.

It took 40km for that to happen. Crazy scenes.

12:31 , Michael Jones

153km to go: Franck Bonnamour is reigned in by Quinn Simmons and Simon Geschke who is wearing the polka dot jersey. They move ahead of him with 50m to go until the peak of the climb.

Simmons starts to sprint for the line and Geschke has to respond. He wants to claim the KOM points but Simmons sneaks over the line to take the win.

12:28 , Michael Jones

154.5km to go: Franck Bonnamour attacks the climb at the front of the race and gets clear by 10-12 seconds. He’s got 1.5km of this climb left and is putting in a fantastic effort to stay clear.

12:25 , Michael Jones

156km to go: Cote de Chataignier is a 2.6km climb with an average gradient of 7.3%. Yet there are parts of this climb that hit 10 and 11% steepness which will be tough to deal with.

12:22 , Michael Jones

158 km to go: Damiano Caruso from Bahrain Victorious tries to go clear at the front as the leaders hit another downhill section. The next climb is steeper but shorter annd could be where the breakaway actually materialises.

It’s around two kilometres away.

12:19 , Michael Jones

162km to go: This leading group is flying at 67km/h.

The peloton is down to about 60 riders, and is fully spread out on the road. Jonas Vingegaard is sticking to the wheel of Wout van Aert as they try to keep Tadej Pogacar in touching distance.

12:11 , Michael Jones

166 km to go: The start of this stage has been crazy. Lots of moves to create a breakaway and lots of responses from the peloton to reel them in.

Michael Matthews is the latest to attempt to go clear but the closest riders to him immediately kick on to match his intensity.

12:08 , Michael Jones

168km to go : There are a few peaks and troughs to deal with on this stage today.

Matej Mohoric has kicked on to lead the way but the peloton’s pace is rapid once again and his attack doesn’t go on for long.

12:03 , Michael Jones

173km to go: The peloton is spreading out behind the leading duo but the time gap has all but been eroded. Michael Matthews is hovering near the front and Tadej Pogacar is positioning himself about 10 riders behind the leaders.

12:00 , Michael Jones

176km to go: There are a few splits in the peloton. Juul Jensen and Powless lead out the front before the main group of peloton riders including the GC guys.

Behind them is a third group of mainly sprinters but Primoz Roglic is with them, around a minute behind the yellow jersey, then Caleb Ewan is following even further back.

11:57 , Michael Jones

178km to go: Christopher Juul Jensen is leading the way over the final part of this first climb with Nielsen Powless settled in nicely on his wheel.

Tadej Pogacar continues to drive the peloton forward and forces Jonas Vingegaard to follow, Geraint Thomas has pushed up and is sticking with the GC contenders.

Powless and Juul Jensen reach the peak with a time gap of nine seconds. Powless crosses the line first and takes the KOM points.

11:53 , Michael Jones

180km to go: Jonas Vingegaard is forced to react and chase down Pogacar’s group on his own. That attack from the Slovenian has reeled in the 18 riders from the earlier breakaway and the peloton begins to settle down.

Caleb Ewan, still nursing his knee injury from yesterday, has dropped off the back. He struggled on the climbs after his crash on Stage 13 and if he’s still feeling those affects it’s going to be a long day for him.

11:49 , Michael Jones

182km to go: Tadej Pogacar moves himself to the front of the peloton and sets off on a slight break of his own. Wout van Aert sticks with him but Jonas Vingegaard in the yellow jersey is left further back.

There are gaps everywhere in the peloton. This is an early aggressive move from Pogacar with just under 4km of the climb to go.

11:45 , Michael Jones

185km to go: The leading group hits the base of Cote de Saint-Just-Malmont. They know have a 7.7km climb with an average gradient of 3.9%.

That’s a fairly simple incline but the length could make it a bit tricky. The gap to the peloton is 20 seconds, can this breakaway extend that lead and get themselves ahead for the rest of the day?

11:41 , Michael Jones

189km to go: Nils Politt pikced up a puncture about a kilometre from the race start but he’s fix it quickly and has rejoined the peloton.

18 riders have got themselves into the break as they start the downhill section. Nielsen Powless is up there as is Michael Matthews. They’ve already opened up an 18 second gap.

11:37 , Michael Jones

192km to go: Alexis Gougeard does make a move! He kicks on and tries to get clear on his own. There’s a response from the peloton as three or four more riders push forward to follow him.

11:35 , Michael Jones

192.5km to go: Christian Prudhomme waves his flag to signal the start of the race. There’s a 6km flat run until a technical downhill to the base of the first categorised climb.

It’ll be interesting to see if anyone makes some moves in the early stages.

11:30 , Michael Jones

The route from Saint-Etienne to Mende is known for its breakaways. There’ll be a lot of action early on today as the riders attempt to get clear of the peloton but it seems unlikely that anyone will manage it before the peak of the first climb.

3km to go until the proper start of the race.

🚩 Stage 14 is a go! 🚩 C'est parti pour la 14ème étape ! #TDF2022 pic.twitter.com/reHELxskOP — Tour de France™ (@LeTour) July 16, 2022

Tour de France 2022: Mads Pedersen outsprints rivals to secure victory on stage 13 of Tour de France

11:28 , Michael Jones

Former world champion Mads Pedersen took his first Grand Tour stage win on stage 13 of the Tour de France as Fred Wright suffered more breakaway heartache.

Pedersen comfortably outsprinted Wright and Hugo Houle at the end of the 192km stage from Le Bourg d’Oisans to Saint Etienne as the breakaway prospered after three punishing days in the Alps.

Wright came within three kilometres of glory on stage eight into Lausanne, and was then in the final break into Megeve a couple of days later.

Mads Pedersen outsprints rivals to secure victory on stage 13 of Tour de France

Tour de France 2022: Stage 14 preview

11:23 , Michael Jones

Stage 14 of the 2022 Tour de France has the profile of a day which could be taken too lightly if the teams and riders do not analyse it very carefully.

Mads Pedersen won from the breakaway on stage 13 and a similar result is possible again today: if a group of riders with no threat to the general classification can get into a rhythm and escape up the road, the peloton – which has been largely controlled by Jumbo-Visma over the past few days – is unlikely to expend too much energy reeling them in.

The four category three climbs across the 192km route should not be hard enough to cause any major changes to the general classification. But the final ascent to the finish has the potential to provoke significant splits, with those who are feeling strong able to eek out large chunks of time inside the final three kilometres.

Tour de France faces steep finish in Mende on hilly stage 14

11:19 , Michael Jones

The riders are rolling.

They’ve got a long journey through the neutral zone before the départ réel. It’s 9.2km long which will get the legs pumping and mind working ahead of the race start proper.

When the action does get going, there’s a slight downhill start before the first of the categorised climbs - a 7.7km climb up Cote de Saint-Just-Malmont.

11:15 , Michael Jones

The stage is scheduled to start at around 11.15am BST with the expected finish at around 4.20pm BST.

There are four categorised climbs including a 3km cat. 2 finish up Cote de la Croix Neuve Montee Jalabert which should provide some excitement at the conclusion of this stage.

Tour de France 2022: How to watch stage 14 today

11:10 , Michael Jones

Tour de France coverage can be found this year on ITV4, Eurosport, Discovery+ and GCN+ (Global Cycling Network).

Live racing each day will be shown on ITV4 before highlights typically at 7pm each day. ITV’s website lists timings here .

Eurosport and GCN+ will show every minute of every stage. More on Eurosport’s coverage here and the GCN+ coverage here .

It is also being shown on Eurosport’s Discovery+ streaming service, with broadcast info here .

11:05 , Michael Jones

Here’s the top 10 GC standings ahead of Stage 14:

1. Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma) 50hrs 47’34”

3. Geraint Thomas (Ineos Grenadiers) +2’26”

4. Romain Bardet (Team DSM) +2’35”

5. Adam Yates (Ineos Grenadiers) +3’44”

6. Nario Quintana (Team Arkea-Samsic) +3’58”

7. David Gaudu (Groupama-FDJ) +4’07”

8. Tom Pidcock (Ineos Grenadiers) +7’39”

9. Enric Mas (Movistar Team) +9’32”

10. Aleksandr Vlasov (Bora-Hansgrohe) +10’06”

10:59 , Michael Jones

Hello and welcome to The Independent’s coverage of the Tour de France.

Friday’s Stage 13 was a day of transition for the peloton as the general classification contenders recovered from three gruelling days of climbing through the Alps. There were no changes in the GC standings as Jonas Vingegaard retained the yellow jersey ahead of Jonas Pogacar and Geraint Thomas.

The lack of attacks from the peloton allowed a breakaway of seven riders to get clear after the first categorised climb and from there Mads Pedersen never looked back. He was helped out by teammate Quinn Simmons and when Simmons ran out of steam Pedersen launched an attack of his own with 10km to go.

He flew away with Hugo Houle and Fred Wright on his wheel before sprinting home to claim his first ever grand tour stage victory.

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Tour de France 2022 - Tout savoir sur la 14e étape : Profils, horaires, cartes...

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Le profil de la 14e étape

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Tour de France 2022 stage 14 preview: A day of punchy climbs

All you need to know about the route, timings, and what to expect from stage 14

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Stage 14 of the Tour de France 2022 starts in Saint-Étienne and finishes in Mende.

With a cornucopia of climbs building to a crescendo you can be sure the breakaway artists will have circled this in their road books.

When is stage 14 of the Tour de France taking place?

The Tour de France stage 14 takes place on Saturday, July 16 starting at 11:30 BST with an anticipated finish time of 16:21 BST. 

How long is stage 14 of the Tour de France?

The Tour de France stage 14 will be 192.5 km long (fun trivia: just 0.1km shorter than stage 13!)

Tour de France stage 14: expected timings

Tour de france stage 14 route.

Tour de France stage 14

This is a day of constant bumps and rolls through the eastern side of the Massif Central. The climbs get longer and higher as the race approaches the finish town of Mende, into which there’s a steady descent and then what has become the familiar finale on the Côte de la Croix Neuve, which is also known as the Montée Laurent Jalabert after the Frenchman who was the first winner at its summit in 1995. It rises for 3km at an average of 10.2%, reaching the aerodrome on the plateau above Mende and finishing on its runway.

Useful Tour de France 2022 resources

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Tour de France stage 14: what to expect 

Four of the previous five finishes at Mende’s aerodrome have been disputed between members of the breakaway group, the odd one out being Joaquim Rodríguez’s 2010 success, and even then the last escapee was only reeled in just before the top of the Croix Neuve. As a consequence, there’s sure to be a fierce battle to get into the break, where punchy climbers will have an advantage at the finish. The key to the final climb is to avoid pushing too hard too quickly.

Tour de France stage 14: riders to watch

The profile of four of the previous five winners at Mende’s velodrome offer a clue to the riders who should have the best chance today. Laurent Jalabert (1995), Marcos Serrano (2005), Joaquim Rodríguez (2010) and Omar Fraile (2018) were all the kind of punchy climbers who would thrive on a finish that resembles the Mur de Huy finale of Flèche Wallonne. It’s ideal for a string of French climbers in search of results including Benoît Cosnefroy, Valentin Madouas, Warren Barguil and Thibaut Pinot.

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Tour de France 2022 stage 14 preview: Route map and profile from Saint-Etienne to Mende today

Stage 14 of the 2022 Tour de France has the profile of a day which could be taken too lightly if the teams and riders do not analyse it very carefully.

Mads Pedersen won from the breakaway on stage 13 and a similar result is possible again today: if a group of riders with no threat to the general classification can get into a rhythm and escape up the road, the peloton – which has been largely controlled by Jumbo-Visma over the past few days – is unlikely to expend too much energy reeling them in.

The four category three climbs across the 192km route should not be hard enough to cause any major changes to the general classification. But the final ascent to the finish has the potential to provoke significant splits, with those who are feeling strong able to eek out large chunks of time inside the final three kilometres.

The finish goes up the Cote de la Croix Neuve which is just 3km long but boasts an average gradient in excess of 10 per cent. There is no real let up until the final couple of hundred metres, so the punchier, more explosive climbers will be in their element at the end of stage 14.

Jonas Vingegaard still leads the general classification by around two and a half minutes from Tadej Pogacar (UAE Emirates), Geraint Thomas (Ineos) and Romain Bardet (DSM). There may not be fireworks like stage 12, but Pogacar might still choose a punchy day like this one to try and earn back some valuable seconds from Vingegaard, a more natural climber than he is hilly rider.

Stage 14 profile

Stage 14 map, stage 14 start time.

The stage is scheduled to start at around 11.15am BST with the expected finish at around 4.20pm BST.

How to watch on TV and online today

Tour de France coverage can be found this year on ITV4, Eurosport, Discovery+ and GCN+ (Global Cycling Network).

Live racing each day will be shown on ITV4 before highlights typically at 7pm each day. ITV’s website lists timings here .

Eurosport and GCN+ will show every minute of every stage. More on Eurosport’s coverage here and the GCN+ coverage here .

It is also being shown on Eurosport’s Discovery+ streaming service, with broadcast info here .

General classification standings (after 13 of 21 stages)

1. Jonas Vingegaard, Denmark, Jumbo-Visma, 50h 47m 34s.

2. Tadej Pogacar, Slovenia, UAE Team Emirates, 2:22 behind.

3. Geraint Thomas, Britain, Ineos Grenadiers, 2:26.

4. Romain Bardet, France, Team DSM, 2:35.

5. Adam Yates, Britain, Ineos Grenadiers, 3:44.

6. Nairo Quintana, Colombia, Team Arkea-Sasmic, 3:58.

7. David Gaudu, France, Groupama-FDJ, 4:07.

8. Tim Pidcock, Britain, Ineos Grenadiers, 7:39.

9. Enric Mas, Spain, Movistar, 9:32.

10. Aleksandr Vlasov, Russia, Bora-Hansgrohe, 10:06.

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Tour de France 2022 - How to watch Stage 14 on Saturday, TV and live stream details, timings and route map

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Updated 16/07/2022 at 10:01 GMT

Jonas Vingegaard's (Jumbo-Visma) has a commanding lead of 2'22" in the general classification heading into Stage 14, a breakaway-friendly day over the peaks of the Massif Central featuring four Cat. 3 tests ahead of the final Cat. 2 rise towards the airfield at Mende. Stream the Tour de France live and on-demand on discovery+. You can also watch all the action live on eurosport.co.uk.

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Le Tour d'Italie des Français: entre renaissance, révélation et petite déception

Le Français Julian Alaphilippe, vainqueur de la 12e étape du Giro, entre Martinsicuro et Fano, le 16 mai 2024

Le Français Julian Alaphilippe, vainqueur de la 12e étape du Giro, entre Martinsicuro et Fano, le 16 mai 2024

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Julian Alaphilippe, en pleine renaissance, et la révélation Valentin Paret-Peintre ont animé le Tour d'Italie que les Français ont terminé dimanche avec trois victoires d'étape et la neuvième place au général de Romain Bardet qui espérait sans doute mieux.

Alaphilippe, le retour du roi

Après deux ans de galère et onze mois sans victoire, l'ancien double champion du monde s'est offert une belle renaissance en Italie en gagnant la 12e étape. Et quelle victoire ! Parti dans une échappée suicide avec le modeste Italien Mirko Maestri, avec lequel il allait nouer une "bromance" dans ce Giro jusqu'à lui livrer un maillot dédicacé dans un carton à pizza, "Alaf" s'est payé un raid à la Pogacar.

Au-delà de la victoire, le Français est parti à l'attaque presque tous les jours et a animé d'innombrables échappées, au point d'être élu super combatif du Giro. "J'ai vraiment apprécié mon premier Giro, a-t-il dit. J'ai retrouvé un niveau qui me permet de me faire plaisir et je suis allé chercher une belle victoire. Ca a été long, mais le travail a payé."

De quoi le retrouver en juillet sur les routes du Tour de France ? Remco Evenepoel milite en ce sens et le patron de l'équipe Soudal-Quick Step Patrick Lefevere n'a pas complètement fermé la porte. Alaphilippe, lui, est resté évasif et, après avoir terminé le Giro malade, n'a qu'une envie dans l'immédiat: "récupérer".

La révélation Paret-Peintre

Le Français Valentin Paret-Peintre, victorieux de la 10e étape du Giro, le 14 mai 2024 entre Pompei et Cusano Mutri

Le Français Valentin Paret-Peintre, victorieux de la 10e étape du Giro, le 14 mai 2024 entre Pompei et Cusano Mutri

Un an après son frère aîné Aurélien, Valentin Paret-Peintre, 23 ans, a gagné à son tour une étape du Giro et avec la manière au sommet du Bocca della Selva. Il a ensuite confirmé ses qualités de grimpeur en dépannant son leader Ben O'Connor samedi dans le Monte Grappa pour prendre la deuxième place de l'étape derrière Pogacar.

"C'est vraiment un bon Giro pour moi. On peut dire que ma saison est déjà réussie", a souligné le Savoyard qui, avec sa 16e place, finit deuxième Français du Giro derrière Romain Bardet.

L'exploit de "VPP" a une nouvelle fois mis dans la lumière son équipe Décathlon-AG2R La Mondiale qui compte déjà 23 victoires en cinq mois cette saison, dont celle aussi de l'Italien Andrea Vendrame sur ce Giro, contre neuf sur toute l'année dernière, alors que Ben O'Connor finit quatrième du général. Un bilan exceptionnel, récompensé par la victoire au classement des équipes du Tour d'Italie, loin devant les armadas d'Ineos et d'UAE.

Bardet, moins bien qu'espéré

Le grimpeur auvergnat, très en jambes au printemps, visait haut sur ce Giro avec possiblement un podium et surtout une victoire d'étape pour compléter sa collection sur les trois grands Tours. Au final, le coureur de DSM, monstre de régularité dans les courses par étapes, a décroché une deuxième place lors de la 10e étape et une quatrième lors de l'étape-reine. Il termine neuvième au général, son huitième Top 10 en seize participations à un grand Tour.

"Plus les années passent, moins c’est facile. J'ai eu des beaux moments et des moments beaucoup plus difficiles", a commenté le Français qui a été malade en début et en fin de Giro, ce qui ne l'a pas aidé. Plusieurs fois, il a tenté un coup de poker comme mercredi vers le Passa Brocon. Mais il n'a pas obtenu le bon de sortie espéré, étouffé par le rythme effréné d'UAE et la voracité de Pogacar.

C'était peut-être, à 33 ans, son dernier Giro puisqu'il pourrait arrêter à la fin de la saison.

Benjamin Thomas, la mise en bouche avant les JO

Premier vainqueur d'étape français sur ce Giro au cinquième jour à Lucques, Benjamin Thomas a aussi délivré son équipe Cofidis qui courrait toujours après son premier succès de la saison. Une belle revanche pour le Tarnais de 29 ans qui était passé très près d'une victoire sur le Tour de France à Carcassonne en 2022.

"Un truc de fou", a-t-il commenté après la plus belle victoire de sa carrière sur route, lui qui est surtout connu pour ses talents sur la piste. Quintuple champion du monde, médaillé de bronze aux JO de Tokyo, il est l'une des principales chances de médaille d'or dans deux mois à Paris.

Sur le Giro, il a fini par abandonner, malade, tout comme Christophe Laporte, diminué par une chute lors de l'étape gagnée par Thomas à Lucques.

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La Française Caroline Garcia après son succès contre l'Allemande Eva Lys, au premier tour de Roland-Garros, le 26 mai 2024

Roland-Garros: Garcia au 2e tour avec toutes les peines du monde

Le podium du 107e Tour d'Italie: le Slovène Tadej Pogacar (c), vainqueur, le Colombien Daniel Martinez (g), deuxième, et le Britannique Geraint Thomas, troisième, le 26 mai 2024 à Rome

Tour d'Italie: après la conquête du Giro, place au Tour de France pour Pogacar

Le Monagasque Charles Leclerc vainqueur du GP de Monaco de Formule 1 le 26 mai 2024 en Principauté

F1: impérial à Monaco, Charles Leclerc s'impose enfin sur son Rocher

41.89193, 12.51133, direct - au moins seize morts dans une frappe russe sur un hypermarché, direct - tel-aviv visé par des tirs de roquettes du hamas, pourquoi les états-unis font du kenya leur premier "allié majeur" en afrique subsaharienne , le réalisateur américain sean baker remporte la palme d'or pour son film "anora", tunisie : le ministre de l'intérieur remercié dans un remaniement surprise, papouasie-nouvelle-guinée : glissement de terrain, 670 morts selon l'onu, nouvelle-calédonie : emmanuel macron se dit prêt au référendum sur la réforme contestée.

Giro 2024 : les classements après la 20e étape... Pogacar survole, Bardet grimace sur la fin

Vainqueur de la 20e étape du Tour d’Italie, le Slovène a définitivement assommé la concurrence et devrait sauf incident majeur remporter son troisième grand tour ce dimanche à Rome.

Tadej Pogacar (UAE Emirates) devrait remporter ce dimanche son premier Giro, à l'âge de 25 ans. Icon Sport

Sauf improbable accident ce dimanche, Tadej Pogacar (UAE Emirates) s’apprête à remporter ce dimanche son premier Giro. Parti à un peu plus de 30 kilomètres de l’arrivée de la 20e étape, le Slovène s’est offert ce samedi une sixième victoire d’étape et a conforté son avance sur ses concurrents .

Le Français Romain Bardet (Team DSM - Firmenich PostNL) devrait malgré, deux places perdues au classement général, être le meilleur tricolore de ce Tour d’Italie.

LE CLASSEMENT DE L’ÉTAPE

1. Tadej Pogacar (SLO/UAE Team Emirates) les 184 km en 4 h 58′23″

2. Valentin Paret-Peintre (FRA/Decathlon - AG2R La Mondiale) à 2′07″

3. Daniel Felipe Martinez (COL/BORA-hansgrohe) m.t.

4. Antonio Tiberi (ITA/Bahrain - Victorious) m.t.

5. Einer Rubo (COL/Movistar) m.t.

6. Giulio Pellizzari (ITA/Bardiani) m.t.

7. Geraint Thomas (G-B/INEOS Grenadiers) m.t.

8. Ben O’Connor (AUS/Decathlon - AG2R La Mondiale) m.t.

9. Michael Storer (AUS/Tudor) à 2′31″

10. Rafal Majka (POL/UAE Team Emirates) à 3′08″

LE CLASSEMENT GÉNÉRAL (MAILLOT ROSE)

1. Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates) : 76h22′12″

2. Daniel Felipe Martinez (Bora-Hansgrohe) : à 9′57″

3. Geraint Thomas (INEOS Grenadiers) : à 10′26″

4. Ben O’Connor (Decathlon-AG2R) : à 12′09″

5. Antonio Tiberi (Bahrain-Victorious) : à 12′52″

6. Thyman Arensman (INEOS Grenadiers) : à 14′33″

7. Einer Rubio (Movistar) : à 15′56″

8. Jan Hirt (Soudal Quick-Step) : à 18′05″

9. Romain Bardet (DSM Firmenich PostNL) : à 20′32″

10. Michael Storer (Tudor) : à 21′11″

LE CLASSEMENT DE LA MONTAGNE (MAILLOT BLEU)

1. Tadej Pogacar (SLO, UAE Team Emirates), 270 points

2. Giulio Pellizzari (ITA, VF Group-Bardiani CSF-Faizane), 206 points

3. Georg Steinhauser (ALL, Education EasyPost), 153 points

LE CLASSEMENT PAR POINTS (MAILLOT CYCLAMEN)

1. Jonathan Milan (ITA, Lidl-Trek), 327 points

2. Kaden Groves (AUS, Alpecin-Deceuninck), 200 points

3. Tim Merlier (BEL, Soudal-Quick Step), 143 points

LE CLASSEMENT DU MEILLEUR JEUNE (MAILLOT BLANC)

1. Antonio Tiberi (ITA, Bahrain Victorious) en 76h35′02″

2. Thymen Arensman (NED, Ineos Grenadiers) à 1′42″

3. Filippo Zana (ITA, Team Jayco Alula) à 11′10″

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Giro 2024: le classement de la 20e étape remportée par Tadej Pogacar

Cette avant-dernière étape du Giro 2024 pouvait potentiellement faire évoluer l’étape finale avant la dernière étape de dimanche pour l’arrivée à Rome. Mais encore une fois, le leader au classement général Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates) a laissé des miettes. Dans cette rude étape où les coureurs devaient gravir à deux reprises le Monte Grappa, situé à 1 775 mètres d’altitude, le Slovène avait expliqué à quel point gagner cette 20e étape lui tenait à coeur, et devrait sauf accident se diriger vers la victoire finale.

Pourtant, l’Italien Giulio Pellizzari a d’abord impressionné en prenant même la tête de la course aux dépens de Pelayo Sanchez (Movistar Team). Mais il a suffi d’une attaque pour que Pogacar prenne la première place à 33km de l’arrivée, et jamais la quitter. Gagnant de la 12e étape, Julian Alaphilippe (Soudal-QuickStep) n’a cette fois pas brillé. Son compatriote Valentin Paret-Peintre (Decathlon AG2R) a surpris en terminant en deuxième position.

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Le classement de la 20e étape

  • Tadej Pogacar (SLV/UAE Team Emirates)
  • Valentin Paret-Peintre (FRA/Decathlon AG2R) +2'07''
  • Daniel Felipe Martinez (COL/Bora-hansgrohe) +2'07''
  • Antonio Tiberi (ITA/Bahrain-Victorious) +2'07''
  • Einer Rubio (COL/Movistar Team) +2'07''
  • Giulio Pellizzari (ITA/VF Group-Bardiani CSF-Faizané) +2'07''
  • Geraint Thomas (GBR/INEOS Grenadiers) +2'07''
  • Ben O'Connor (AUS/Decathlon AG2R) +2'07''
  • Michael Storer (AUS/Tudor Pro Cycling Team) +2'31''
  • Rafal Majka (POL/UAE Team Emirates) +3'08''

Les maillots distinctifs

Maillot rose : Tadej Pogacar (SLV) (UAE Team Emirates)

Maillot cyclamen : Jonathan Milan (ITA) (Lidl-Trek)

Maillot bleu : Tadej Pogacar (SLV) (UAE Team Emirates)

Maillot blanc : Antonio Tiberi (ITA) (Bahrain-Victorious)

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Giro 2024 : sans pitié, Tadej Pogacar fait la passe de cinq en remportant la 16e étape

Tadej Pogacar l'a encore fait. Grâce à un gros travail de son équipe dans la dernière ascension, le Slovène a rattrapé tous les hommes de tête, pour finalement les déposer et remporter sa cinquième victoire d'étape sur ce Tour d'Italie, mardi 21 mai. Le maillot rose s'est imposé devant l'Italien Giulio Pellizzari et le Colombien Daniel Felipe Martinez. Les Français Ewen Costiou (9e) et Valentin Paret-Peintre (10e) complètent le top 10 de l'étape, à 45 secondes du vainqueur du jour.

En raison de conditions météorologiques très difficiles avec la pluie et le froid , cette 16e étape du Giro a été retardée et même raccourcie de 70 km. Cela n'a pas gêné l'intenable Julian Alaphilippe , qui aura été en tête de la course quasiment toute l'étape. Mais il a finalement craqué dans les derniers kilomètres avant de complètement lâcher prise.

Au classement général, Tadej Pogacar accentue son avance sur ses poursuivants. Il a désormais 7'18'' d'avance sur Daniel Felipe Martinez et 7'40'' sur Geraint Thomas, qui rétrograde d'un rang. Romain Bardet (7e au général) est le premier Français et pointe à 12'18'' du maillot rose.

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  1. Tour de France 2022 Stage 14 results

    Stage 14 » Saint-Etienne › Mende (192.5km) Michael Matthews is the winner of Tour de France 2022 Stage 14, before Alberto Bettiol and Thibaut Pinot. Jonas Vingegaard was leader in GC.

  2. Tour de France 2022 Route stage 14: Saint-Étienne

    Saturday 16 July - The 14th stage of the Tour de France travels from Saint-Étienne to a demanding finish at Mende Airport. The energy sapping route adds up to 192.5 kilometres. Usually, when Le Tour finishes in Saint-Étienne the town also hosts the stage start on the following day.

  3. Michael Matthews takes solo win in Mende on Tour de France stage 14

    12 riders got away and then they became 18 on a slight descent before the Côte de Saint-Just-Malmont after 14.2km provided the perfect launchpad for something more serious.

  4. Tour de France 2022: Michael Matthews wins stage 14 in Mende

    16 Jul 2022 10.14 EDT 39km to go: Matthews remains on his own in front with a slender lead over a chasing trio of Andreas Kron, Felix Grosschartner and Luis Leon Sanchez.

  5. Tour de France stage 14 Live

    Tour de France stage 14 Live - Mende uphill finish perfect for attacks | Cyclingnews. All the action from the hot stage across central France after Pogacar attacks Vingegaard on early hills.

  6. Tour de France 2022 stage 14 preview

    Stage 14: Saint-Étienne to Mende. Date: July 16, 2022. Distance: 192.6km. Stage timing : 12:15 - 17:05 CEST. Stage type: Hilly. "Like riding up the side of a house," was how The Guardian ...

  7. TOUR DE FRANCE 2022

    Étape 14 du Tour de France 2022 en intégralité avec la Team Ineos.Direction la Côte de la Croix Neuve à Mende pour cette étape de baroudeurs et puncheurs.Twi...

  8. 2022 Tour de France

    The 2022 Tour de France was the 109th edition of the Tour de France.It started in Copenhagen, Denmark on 1 July 2022 and ended with the final stage on the Champs-Élysées, Paris on 24 July 2022. Denmark's Jonas Vingegaard (Team Jumbo-Visma) won the general classification for the first time. Two-time defending champion Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) finished in second place, and former ...

  9. Michael Matthews ends five-year wait for Tour de France stage win as

    A nd welcome to our live rolling blog from stage 14 of the 109th Tour de France, the 192.5-kilometre run from Saint-Étienne to Mende. Mads Pedersen punches the air in celebration after finishing ...

  10. Tour de France 2022 stage 14 result LIVE: Michael Matthews wins ...

    Tour de France 2022: Michael Matthews wins stage 14 as Pogacar and Vingegaard race to finish. 16:20, Michael Jones. Tadej Pogacar tries to pull away from Jonas Vingegaard but doesn't make a dent ...

  11. Tour de France 2022

    PARCOURS TOUR DE FRANCE 2022 - Une quatorzième étape très casse-pattes en prévision entre Saint-Etienne et Mende. ... 22/11/2022 à 14:25. Tour de France. Départ de Bilbao, retour du Puy de ...

  12. 14e étape du Tour de France 2022

    La 14 e étape du Tour de France 2022 se déroule le samedi 16 juillet 2022 entre Saint-Étienne et Mende, sur une distance de 192,5 kilomètres [1]. Parcours. Images externes: Profil de l'étape: Parcours de l'étape: Mende: Direction ...

  13. Tour de France stage 14 preview

    Tour de France 2022 stage 14 preview: A day of punchy climbs. All you need to know about the route, timings, and what to expect from stage 14. Stage 14 of the Tour de France 2022 starts in Saint ...

  14. Tour de France 2022 stage 14 preview: Route map and profile from Saint

    Tour de France coverage can be found this year on ITV4, Eurosport, Discovery+ and GCN+ (Global Cycling Network). Live racing each day will be shown on ITV4 before highlights typically at 7pm each day.

  15. Tour de France 2022

    Tune in from 11:00-16:45 BST on Saturday July 16 to watch Stage 14 of the Tour de France. ... STAGE 14 PROFILE AND ROUTE MAP. Tour de France 2022 - Stage 14 route profile.

  16. Tour de France 2022 : le résumé de l'étape 14

    Ne ratez rien du Tour de France : https://bit.ly/Home-TourdeFrance2022🔔 Pensez à activer la cloche 🔔 pour recevoir une notification pour chacune de nos v...

  17. L'Etape du Tour de France

    L'Étape du Tour de France - Teaser 2024. Videos gallery. Photos gallery.

  18. Tour De France 2022 Hommes Étape 14 Résumé

    La 14ème étape est peut-être une autre opportunité pour l'échappée, avec près de 200 km de terrain vallonné culminant dans la montée de 3 km à 10% de la Côte...

  19. L'Étape San Antonio by Tour de France

    L'Étape Texas (formerly L'Étape San Antonio) is now operated by San Antonio Sports a 501c3 nonprofit. Our goal for L'Étape Texas is to reach more cycling enthusiasts, to operate at a greater scale, and to provide cyclists with an exciting experience. The event is scheduled for April 14, 2024, beginning at the UTSA East campus lot.

  20. Tour de France 2022: 14. etape

    Tour de France 2022: 14. etape. 16. jul 2022 kl. 07.52. Del artikel. af TV 2 Sport. En lang etape på 195 kilometer fra Saint-Étienne til Mende byder på et hav af bakker i hårdt terræn. Se ...

  21. 14. etape af Tour de France 2022

    14. etape af Tour de France 2022 var en 192,5 km lang middel bjergetape med 3499 højdemeter, som blev kørt den 16. juli 2022 med start i Saint-Étienne og mål i Mende. Etapen begyndte med den neutrale start kl. 12.15. Resultater Etaperesultat. Etaperesultat; Rytter Hold Tid; 1. Michael Matthews: BikeExchange-Jayco ...

  22. Tour de France 2022: Results & News

    Stage 4 - Wout van Aert takes stunning solo win in yellow jersey on Tour de France stage 4 | Dunkerque - Calais. 2022-07-05172km. Results|Live report|Contenders. Stage 5 - Tour de France: Simon ...

  23. Tour d'Italie: Pogacar remporte son premier Giro, Merlier la dernière étape

    Coupe du monde 2022; Coupe du monde 2018; Coupe du monde 2014; ... le Tour de France (29 juin-21 juillet). ... Après sa victoire sur la sixième étape du Tour d'Italie, ce samedi, le glouton ...

  24. Le Tour d'Italie des Français: entre renaissance ...

    Le Français Valentin Paret-Peintre, victorieux de la 10e étape du Giro, le 14 mai 2024 entre Pompei et Cusano Mutri. AFP. ... Une belle revanche pour le Tarnais de 29 ans qui était passé très près d'une victoire sur le Tour de France à Carcassonne en 2022. "Un truc de fou", a-t-il commenté après la plus belle victoire de sa carrière ...

  25. Giro 2024 : les classements après la 20e étape... Pogacar survole

    Vainqueur de la 20e étape du Tour d'Italie, le Slovène a définitivement assommé la concurrence et devrait sauf incident majeur remporter son ... Tour de France 2024; Tour de France femmes ...

  26. Giro 2024: le classement de la 20e étape remportée par Tadej Pogacar

    Tadej Pogacar avait à coeur de gagner cette 20e étape du Giro 2024, le Slovène a été exaucé. Déjà vainqueur à cinq reprises sur ce Tour d'Italie, le leader au classement général a de ...

  27. Giro 2024 : sans pitié, Tadej Pogacar fait la passe de cinq en

    Tadej Pogacar célèbre sa cinquième victoire sur le Tour d'Italie, le 21 mai 2024. (MAXPPP) Tadej Pogacar l'a encore fait. Grâce à un gros travail de son équipe dans la dernière ascension ...