Tour de France | Daily Video Highlights

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Tour De France highlights and results
Alaphilippe goes long to take the opening stage and the Maillot Jeune.


Stage 20 | 30.8km T.T.

Last Chance For A GC Shake Up



Stage 19 | 207km from Mourenx to Libourne

The Breakaway VS Cavendish



Stage 18 | 129.7km from Pau to Luz Ardiden

The Final Mountain Stage Of This Year’s Tour.



Stage 17 | 178.4km from Muret to Saint-Lary-Soulan Col du Portet

The penultimate mountain stage of the race.



Stage 16 | 169km from Pase De La Case to Saint-Gaudens

After the second rest day the peloton faced a rain-soaked roll through the Pyrenees



Stage 15 | 191.3km from Cerat to Andorra La Velle

A big day in the Pyrenees



Stage 14 | 183.7km from Carcassonne to Quillan

The riders head back into the mountains and the charge is on for the GC top 10.



Stage 13 | 219.9km from Nimes to Carcassonne

A most historic day in the history of the Tour.



Stage 12 | 159.4km from Saint-Paul-Trois-Chateaux to Nimes

Cross-winds shaped the race from the moment the flag dropped.



Stage 11 | 198.9km from Sorgues to Malaucene

The real fight for the podium in Paris begins here, on the Mt. Ventoux stage.



Stage 10 | 190.7km from Albertville to Valence

Another big win in the fight for Green.



Stage 9 | 144.9km from Cluses to Tignes

High mountains and terrible weather conditions put the riders to the ultimate test before the first rest day.



Stage 8 | 150.8km from Oyonnax to Le Grand-Bornard

The first real climbs of this Tour.



Stage 7 | 249.1km from Vierzon to Le Creusot

The Yellow Jersey Mathieu van der Poel went on the attack and we saw the GC classification blown wide open.



Stage 6 | 160.6km from Tours to Chateauroux

A day for the sprinters with an inform Cavendish on a mission for another win.



Stage 5 | 27.2km TT from Change to Laval Espace Mayenne

The first of two individual time trails in this year’s race.



Stage 4 | 150.4km from Lorient to Pontivy

A day for the sprinters produced an incredibly exciting final kilometer.



Stage 3 | 182.9km from Lorient to Pontivy

Sagan, Ewan, Cavendish and Merlier look to win their first stage of the Tour de France 2021



Stage 2 | 183.5km from Perros-Guirec to Mur-de-Bretagne

Watch the best of the action from an explosive finish on the Mûr-de-Bretagne as the likes of Mathieu Van der Poel, Julian Alaphilippe and Tadej Pogačar go all-in.



Stage 1 | 197.8km from Brest to Landerneau

A dramatic opening stage at Le Tour de France saw action from the break and in the bunch.


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  1. Thank you for these clips which are greatly appreciated.


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