Tour de France stage 19 Live – Can runners control the attacks on the road to Cahors?

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The first milestone of the day is the average sprint in Osh – Wout Van Aert can add more points to his score as he looks to break Peter Sagan’s record score in the green jersey.

So, the interval configuration appears to be confirmed, with a gap of 43 seconds:

Nils Bullet (Pura Hansgrohe)

Quinn Simmons (Trek Segafredo)

Taco van der Horn (Intermarche-Wanty-Gobert)

Matej Mohorek (Bahrain – Al Muntasirah)

Mikel Honoré (QuickStep-AlphaVinyl)


Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo) may have hoped to be part of today’s movement, but he was said to have experienced stomach issues overnight.

The stalemate in the peloton as if the enemy teams are happy to form a defector.

180 km to go

The front group of five worked well together and opened a 13-second gap over the peloton.


A runner doesn’t start this morning – Enrique Mas (Movistar) has tested positive for COVID-19 and has dropped out of the race.

Matej Mohorek (Bahrain – Victorious) and Nils Polit join the group – the five have a small gap over the Peloton.

Quinn Simmons (Trek-Segafredo) is one of the first riders to attempt an escape. He was joined by Taco van der Horn (Intermarche-Wanty-Gobert) and Mikkel Honore (QuickStep-AlphaVinyl).

Nils Polit (Bora-Hansgrohe) and Peter Sagan (TotalEnergies) are both at the front of the peloton, too. Everything is stable at the moment but there is a sense of high tension between the group.

The Ineos Grenadiers are already very visible on the front of the set that controls the speed.

Christian Prudhomme waves his flag and hostilities begin on this final stage of the road of the 2022 Tour de France.

Dylan Groenewegen (Team BikeExchange-Jayco), pictured before the start of the stage today, will be one of the riders hoping today’s stage will end with a sprint. (Image credit: Getty Images).

(Image credit: Getty Images)

The riders are on their way to kilometer zero on stage 19 of the Tour de France.


Until today’s stage – 188.3 km from Castelnau-Magnoac to Cahors. The race goes a little downhill at first, and the breakaway formation phase is likely to be a fierce battle between the two teams who have no runners who want to compete in the winning phase.

Teams of runners will try to control as they search for the ultimate race group. It must be a great contest.

With occasional winds expected, there is potential for levels, so GC teams will also need to be careful.


Wout Van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) leads the points classification and will be awarded the green jersey in Paris provided he remains in the race until then.

Classification of mountains is more complicated – after yesterday’s heartbreak for Simon Jeschek (Cofidis), the German rider will still wear[polkadotsinlieuofJonasVingegaardwhonowleadstheclassification]instead of Jonasvinggaard, who leads the classification now.[منقطةبدلاًمنجوناسفينججارد،الذييقودالتصنيفالآن[polkadotsinlieuofJonasVingegaardwhonowleadstheclassification

Tadej Pogačar continues to wear the white jersey and again, provided he stays straight and in the race, won the youth classification.


After a confirmed victory over Hotakam in the yellow jersey, race leader Jonas Weinggaard (Jumbo-Visma) maintained a 3:26 lead over Tadig Bojjar (UAE Team Emirates), while Geriant Thomas (Inios Grenadiers) was back in third, exactly 8 minutes. down on danish.

After an unforgettable day in the Pyrenees yesterday, it’s the ‘proper’ final stage of the Tour de France.

If you’ve been hoping for a quiet day after all the excitement of the past two weeks, you’ll probably be disappointed – this stage represents the last chance for many riders and teams for a prestigious win.


Bonjour and welcome to Cyclingnews’ live coverage of Stage 19 of the 2022 Tour de France.

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