Tour de France 2022: Live Stream Updates and How to Watch Stage 5 between Lille Métropole and Arenberg Porte du Hainaut

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1:34 AM7 hours ago

Tune in here the Stage 5 of the 2022 Tour de France Live Stream!

In a few moments we will share with you the opening moments of Stage 5 of the Tour de France 2022 live, as well as the latest information from the route between Lille Métropole and Arenberg Porte du Hainaut. Stay tuned to VAVEL's minute-by-minute coverage of the match.
1:29 AM7 hours ago

How to watch 2022 Tour de France Stage 5 Live Stream on TV and Online?

If you want to watch the Stage 5 of the Tour de France 2022 on TV, your option is NBC Sports

If you want to watch it on internet, VAVEL USA is your best option!

1:24 AM7 hours ago

What time is Stage 5 of the 2022 Tour de France?

This is the start time for Stage 5 of the 2022 Tour de France on July 6th, 2022 in several countries:

Argentina: 10:00 AM on ESPN and Star +
Bolivia: 9:00 AM on ESPN and Star +
Brazil: 10:00 AM on ESPN and Star +
Chile: 10:00 AM on ESPN and Star +
Colombia: 8:00 AM on Caracol TV, ESPN and Star +
Ecuador: 8:00 AM on ESPN and Star +
USA (ET): 8:00 AM on NBC Sports
Spain: 2:00 PM on RTVE
Mexico: 8:00 AM on ESPN and Star +
Paraguay: 9:00 AM on ESPN and Star +
Peru: 8:00 AM on ESPN and Star +
Uruguay: 10:00 AM on ESPN and Star +

1:19 AM7 hours ago

Arenberg Porte du Hainaut

The name of the small municipality of Wallers undoubtedly evokes the region's mining past. The Arenberg shaft, from which 32 million tons of coal were extracted from 1903 until the mines were finally closed in 1989, remains a vestige of that era that keeps alive the memory of tens of thousands of miners who worked underground and to whom tribute was paid in the making of Claude Berri's film Germinal. A few hundred meters from the site is the entrance to the Drève des Boules d'Hérin, renamed the Arenberg Trench since this cobbled section became one of the turning points of the Paris-Roubaix. It will be the third finish installed at this location after the 2010 and 2014 finishes.
1:14 AM7 hours ago

Lille Métropole

The region's manufacturing past and its turbulent history over the centuries have long earned Lille the nickname "capital of Flanders" and made it a prestigious economic and demographic center. Its proximity to the border was already an attraction for the Tour de France in 1906, and since then the French round has visited the city 17 times. Two Grands Départs have been held here, one in 1994 with Chris Boardman's record 55.152 km/h average speed in the prologue; and the second, twenty years later, when the Tour's last visit to Lille saw Marcel Kittel take his third stage victory in four days, after giving a recital in England.
1:09 AM7 hours ago

Route of the stage

The Tour de France will see the arrival of pavé in a stage that will be absolutely titanic for the riders, who will start in Lille Métropole. The intermediate sprint will be located in Mérignies, at the 37th kilometer, but it will be from the 80th kilometer that the riders will have to cross 11 pavé zones, during 70 kilometers. The finish line will be located in Arenberg, Porte du Hainaut, seven kilometers after the last paved section.

1:04 AM8 hours ago

👕 Portadores de maillots

🟡 General: Wout Van Aert (Jumbo - Visma)

🟢 Points: Fabio Jakobsen (Quick - Step Alpha Vinyl) - Leader: Wout Van Aert (Jumbo - Visma)

⭕ Mountain: Magnus Cort (EF - Education EasyPost)

⚪ Youth: Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates)

12:59 AM8 hours ago

🔟🟨 Top 10 - Overall Ranking

This is how the general classification is going:
Top 10 - Overall Ranking
Pos. Rider (Country / Team) Time
1 Wout Van Aert (Belgium / Jumbo - Visma) 13h 02'43''
2 Yves Lampaert (Belgium / Quick - Step Alpha Vinyl) + 00'25''
3 Tadej Pogacar (Slovenia / UAE Team Emirates) + 00'32''
4 Mads Pedersen (Denmark / Trek Segrafedo) + 00'36''
5 Mathieu Van der Poel (Netherlands / Alpecin - Deceuninck) + 00'38''
6 Jonas Vingegaard (Denmark / Jumbo - Visma) + 00'40''
7 Primoz Roglic (Slovenia / Jumbo - Visma) + 00'41''
8 Adam Yates (Great Britain / INEOS Grenadiers) + 00'48''
9 Stefan Küng (Switzerland / Groupama - FDJ) + 00'48''
10 Thomas Pidcock (Great Britain / INEOS Grenadiers) + 00'49''
12:54 AM8 hours ago

🔟🏁 Top 10 - Stage 4

This is how the positions were in stage 4:
Top 10 of the stage
Pos. Rider (Country / Team) Time
1 Wout Van Aert (Belgium / Jumbo Visma) 04h 01'36''
2 Jasper Philipsen (Belgium / Alpecin - Deceuninck) + 00'08''
3 Christophe Laporte (France / Jumbo - Visma) + 00'08''
4 Alexander Kristoff (Norway / Intermarche - Wanty - Gobert Materiaux) + 00'08''
5 Peter Sagan (Slovenia / TotalEnergies) + 00'08''
6 Luca Mozzato (Italy / B&B Hotels - KTM) + 00'08''
7 Danny van Poppel (Netherlands / Bora - Hansgrohe) + 00'08''
8 Hugo Hofstetter (France / Team Arkea - Samsic) + 00'08''
9 Michael Matthews (Australia / Team BikeExchange - Jayco) + 00'08''
10 Benjamin Thomas (France / Cofidis) + 00'08''
12:49 AM8 hours ago

Summary of the previous stage

It was a relatively quiet stage, with two breakaways at the start, including Danish rider Magnus Cort Nielsen who took all the mountain passes, reaching the 11 consecutive mountain passes so far. It was with 10 kilometers to go that Wout Van Aert exploded out of the group and left it behind, soloing to the finish line and proving that he is absolutely ready to take charge of any competition he competes in.

12:44 AM8 hours ago

Welcome to VAVEL.com's coverage of Stage 5 of the 2022 Tour de France between Lille Métropole and Arenberg Porte du Hainaut Live Updates

My name is Jhonatan Martinez and I will be your host for this stage. We'll be bringing you preview analysis, updates and live news here on VAVEL.
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