Tour de France – Stage 1: LIVE

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Lotte Kopecky (SD Worx) takes the second and last middle sprint.

27 kilometers to go

The two are wrapped.


Henrietta Christie (Human Health) moves to Allin at the fore. But the peloton is barely 16 seconds behind the leading duo and the second average run is fast approaching.

This is another symbolic picture from today’s stage.

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32 kilometers to go

The second middle sprint approaches quickly and the Allin Gap decreases with equal speed.

36 kilometers to go

And after a series of failed counterattacks, Allen’s gap was reduced to just 12 seconds.

38 kilometers to go

The gap between Pauline Allin (Arkea-Samsic) and the group hovers around the 22-second mark.

43 kilometers to go

Another clear solo break for Arkia Samsik as Pauline Allen of France earned 20 seconds on the set.

Only 47 kilometers left

Marian Voss (Jumbo Visma) is fast ahead of Lorena Webbs (DSM)


The gap has completely evaporated. Put it all together and Jumbo-Visma leads the series.

Only 49 kilometers left


Jumbo-Visma and SD Worx moved to the front of the set and narrowed the gap, which was held by Emily Newsom (EF-Education-Tibco-SVB) and Micha Bredewold (Parkhotel Valkenburg) for just 12 seconds.

According to the official website, the temperature increases there, reaching 31 degrees.

52 kilometers to go

Emily Newsom (EF-Education-Tibco-SVB) and Micha Bredewold (Parkhotel Valkenburg) have a 40-second advantage on the peloton


One of the first pictures of the opening stage

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58 km from launch

The gap has now opened to 20 seconds.


Another move finally opens a small gap, with Emily Newsom (EF-Education-Tibco-SVB) and Micha Bredewold (Parkhotel Valkenburg) 10 seconds ahead.

60 kilometers to go


However, more moves ebb and flow but nothing manages to last so far

62 kilometers to go

65 kilometers to go

Once the seven-passenger movement is nearly over, there’s another breakout, this time a single move by Laura Asencio (Ceratizit-WNT ProCycling)


The motion of the seven runners, including Anais Morichon (Arkea-Samsic), was terminated by the DSM which made Lorena Wiebes one of the candidates for a potential sprint.

69 kilometers to go

And we have our first break of the day: seven riders moved from the front.


There is also a classification of mountains presented in the ninth cycle.

It should be noted that during this stage, there are two middle sprints in the fifth and eighth laps of the Champs Elysees.

75 kilometers to go

Five kilometers of the race and no big moves yet.


and so it begins. The riders start the first stage of the Tour de France with a distance of 81.7 kilometres.

Let’s not forget also that Voss was the first winner of the La Course in 2014, which was held on a very similar course in the center of Paris.

My colleague Kirsten Frattini wrote this wonderful interview with Marianne Voss about the Tour de France. It is highly recommended.

Marian Voss: The Tour de France is bigger than sport


The riders begin the neutral part of the first stage of the Tour de France women’s, and after months of reinforcement, the race is finally underway.
After multiple expressions of delight and emotion at their chance to take part in the first edition of such a cycling major event, the riders are headed toward a neutral start. Two minutes to go.

The weather is dry and warm, and the temperatures there according to the official website of the race are 28.8 degrees Celsius. There is a little breeze, but it is not very strong, only 11 kilometers per hour.

The first stage of the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift is 81.6 km long, running on the famous circuit of the Champs-Elysées. The neutral start starts at 13:30 and then there is the 5.3km neutral section, before the race starts at 13:40.

To read our analysis of today’s opening stage on Cyclingnews, look no further than

Tour de France Femmes 2022 – First Phase Preview


Bonjour and welcome to Cyclingnews’ live coverage of the first stage of the 2022 Women’s Tour de France.

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