Highlights and best moments: Tour de France 2022 Stage 9 between Aigle and Châtel Les Portes du Soleil
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12:46 PMa month ago

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12:43 PMa month ago

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12:42 PMa month ago

Next stage

The mountains continue! The Alps are coming up in the competition and after the rest day, the tenth stage brings a 148.1-kilometer route from Morzine Les Portes Du Soleil to Megève. The riders will cross four passes: the fourth category Côte de Chevenoz, the third category Col de Jambaz, the fourth category Côte de Châtillon-sur-Cluses and finally the Montée de l'altiport de Megève after the intermediate sprint in Passy-Marlioz and six kilometers before the finish line.
12:17 PMa month ago

👕 Wearers of jerseys in the next stage.

🟡 General: Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates)

🟢 Points: Wout Van Aert (Jumbo - Visma)

⭕ Mountain: Simon Geschke (Cofidis)

⚪ Youth: Thomas Pidcock (INEOS Grenadiers) - Leader: Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates)

12:01 PMa month ago

🔟🟨 Top 10 - Overall Ranking

This is the general classification:
Top 10 - Overall Ranking
Pos. Rider (Country / Team) Time
1 Tadej Pogacar (Slovenia / UAE Team Emirates) 33h 43'44''
2 Jonas Vingegaard (Denmark / Jumbo - Visma) + 00'39''
3 Geraint Thomas (Great Britain / INEOS Grenadiers) + 01'17''
4 Adam Yates (Great Britain / INEOS Grenadiers) + 01'25''
5 David Gaudu (France / Groupama - FDJ) + 01'38''
6 Romain Bardet (France / Team DSM) + 01'39''
7 Thomas Pidcock (Great Britain / INEOS Grenadiers) + 01'46''
8 Enric Mas (Spain / Movistar) + 01'50''
9 Neilson Powless (United States / EF Education - EasyPost) + 01'55''
10 Nairo Quintana (Colombia / Arkéa - Samsic) + 02'13''
11:59 AMa month ago

🔟🏁 Top 10 - Stage 9

This is how the positions were in stage 9:
Top 10 of the stage
Pos. Rider (Country / Team) Time
1 Bob Jungels (Luxembourg / AG2R Citroën) 04h 46'39''
2 Jonathan Castroviejo (Spain / INEOS Grenadiers) + 00'22"
3 Carlos Verona (Spain / Movistar) + 00'26''
4 Thibaut Pinot (France / Groupama - FDJ) + 00'40''
5 Tadej Pogacar (Slovenia / UAE Team Emirates) + 00'49''
6 Jonas Vingegaard (Denmark / Jumbo Visma) + 00'49''
7 Geraint Thomas (Great Britain / INEOS Grenadiers) + 00'52''
8 Adam Yates (Great Britain / INEOS Grenadiers) + 00'52'
9 Enric Mas (Spain / Movistar) + 00'52''
10 Nairo Quintana (Colombia / Arkéa - Samsic) + 00'52''
11:35 AMa month ago

🥇 VICTORY FOR BOB JUNGELS!

Triumph for Bob Jungels! The Luxembourg rider takes the victory in the ninth stage of the Tour de France. Jonathan Castroviejo and Carlos Verona complete the top 3 of the day.
11:32 AMa month ago

🏁 Last kilometer

The end of the stage is coming. Bob Jungels is still going solo, Thibaut Pinot will not be able to catch him.
11:30 AMa month ago

🏁 2 km to go

Two kilometers to Jungels! He continues to attack and is already 30 seconds ahead of Pinot. The stage definition is coming for the Luxembourger.
11:26 AMa month ago

🏁 5 km to go

Last five kilometers for Bob Jungels on his way to the finish. Thibaut Pinot is still 25 seconds behind.
11:21 AMa month ago

🏁 9,8 km to go

Thibaut Pinot passes first on the Pas de Morgins. Thibaut Pinot is 20 seconds behind, Carlos Verona and Jonathan Castroviejo are 40 seconds behind. The peloton is 1'50" back.
11:18 AMa month ago

🏁 10,8 km to go

Last kilometer for Bob Jungels on the mountain pass.
11:16 AMa month ago

🏁 12,8 km to go

Three kilometers to go to the mountain pass. Thibaut Pinot is 26 seconds behind Bob Jungels. The chasers (Verona and Castroviejo) are 50 seconds behind.
11:12 AMa month ago

🏁 14,5 km to go

4.7 km to go for Bob Jungels up. Thibaut Pinot made a big acceleration and is 50 seconds behind.
11:10 AMa month ago

Several suffer in the main group

Aleksandr Vlasov and Thomas Pidcock lag behind the main group.
11:02 AMa month ago

🏁 17 km to go

Thibaut Pinot goes out in pursuit of Bob Jungels. The next group is led by Rigoberto Urán, who is still trying to keep his pace. 20 seconds difference between them.
10:55 AMa month ago

🏁 20 km to go

Wout Van Aert loses wheel from the chasing group and prefers to stock up to help his teammates in the favorites' group when he is caught up.
10:45 AMa month ago

🏁 25,2 km to go

The ascent to the last pass of the day begins. The Pas de Morgins is 15.4 kilometers long, so when it is passed, there will be 9.8 km to go to the finish. Bob Jungels continues to make a big gap on the rest of the breakaway, already more than 2 minutes. The peloton is a minute away from catching them.
10:40 AMa month ago

🏁 27 km to go

The differences are as follows:

1️⃣ Bob Jungels - A 27 km

2️⃣ Grupo perseguidor - A 1'38"

3️⃣ Pelotón - A 3'15"

4️⃣ Grupo O'Connor - A 11'25"

10:36 AMa month ago

🚵🏿‍♂️1️⃣ Col de la Croix

Only six riders scored at the third pass of the day. Simon Geschke was first and scored 10 points, Bob Jungels came second and scored 8, Thibaut Pinot, Hugo Houle, Pierre Latour and Carlos Verona completed the six scoring places and scored 6, 4, 2 and 1 point respectively.
10:31 AMa month ago

🏁 35 km to go

Bob Jungels continues to increase the gap on the chasing group. The descent is now over and it's still on flat terrain until the start of the climb to the Pas de Morgins.
10:22 AMa month ago

🏁 40 km to go

Bob Jungels went off with a lot of determination and already has a minute's gap on the rest of the breakaway group. The peloton, which brings the favorites, is 2'20" back.
10:20 AMa month ago

🚵🏿‍♂️2️⃣ Col des Mosses

Pierre Latour (TotalEnergies) was the winner on the second mountain pass of the day and scored five points for the second category. Simon Geschke, Hugo Houle and Patrick Konrad completed the list of four scoring here.
10:10 AMa month ago

🚵🏿‍♂️4️⃣ Côte de Bellevue

Jonathan Castroviejo (INEOS Grenadiers) was the winner on the first mountain pass of the day. He scored one point.
10:05 AMa month ago

🏁 55 km to go

It is now descending after the mountain pass. Bob Jungels goes solo, Simon Geschke chases him and 30 seconds behind the rest of the breakaway group. The peloton is 2'20" behind.
10:00 AMa month ago

🏁 61,1 km to go

Simon Geschke! The Cofidis rider caught and overtook Bob Jungels before the mountain prize and takes first place on the Col de la Croix.
9:55 AMa month ago

🏁 62 km to go

Bob Jungels struck the blow and went solo, looking for the 10 points awarded by the first category mountain prize to the one who passes in first place. Less than 1 km to go.
9:50 AMa month ago

🏁 64 km to go

Movements begin in the leading group of the race. Benoit Cosnefroy, Bob Jungels, Joseph Dombrowski and Franck Bonnamour are the first to stay. There are 17 riders left at the top.
9:45 AMa month ago

🅿 Intermediate Sprint - Semsales

This is how the positions were at the intermediate sprint of the day:

1. Wout van Aert (Jumbo - Visma) - 20 pts
2. Nils Politt (Bora - Hansgrohe) - 17 pts
3. Luis León Sánchez (Bahrain Victorious) - 15 pts
4. Hugo Houle (Israel - Premier Tech) - 13 pts
5. Bob Jungels (AG2R Citröen) - 11 pts
6. Simon Geschke (Cofidis) - 10 pts
7. Benoît Cosnefroy (AG2R - Citröen) - 9 pts
8. Guy Niv (Israel - Premier Tech) - 8 pts
9. Pierre Latour (TotalEnergies) - 7 pts
10. Patrik Konrad (Bora - Hansgrohe) - 6 pts
11. Kobe Goossens (Intermarché - Wanty Gobert) - 5 pts
12. Ion Izagirre (Cofidis) - 4 pts
13. Joe Dombrowski (Astana Qazaqstan) - 3 pts
14. Thibaut Pinot (Groupama - FDJ) - 2 pts
15. Rigoberto Urán (EF Education - EasyPost) - 1 pt

9:40 AMa month ago

The escapees of the stage

The riders in the lead of the race are:
  • Brandon McNulty (UAE Team Emirates)
  • Wout van Aert (Jumbo - Visma)
  • Jonathan Castroviejo (INEOS Grenadiers)
  • Benoît Cosnefroy (AG2R Citroën)
  • Bob Jungels (AG2R Citroën)
  • Patrick Konrad (Bora - Hansgrohe)
  • Nils Politt (Bora - Hansgrohe)
  • Carlos Verona (Movistar)
  • Ion Izagirre (Cofidis)
  • Simon Geschke (Cofidis)
  • Luis León Sánchez (Bahrain Victorious)
  • Thibaut Pinot (Groupama FDJ)
  • Kobe Goossens (Intermarché - Wanty Gobert)
  • Joe Dombrowski (Astana Qazaqstan),
  • Rigoberto Urán (EF Education - EasyPost)
  • Warren Barguil (Arkéa - Samsic)
  • Jasper Stuyven (Trek - Segafredo)
  • Pierre Latour (TotalEnergies)
  • Hugo Houle (Israel - Premier Tech)
  • Guy Niv (Israel - Premier Tech)
  • Franck Bonnamour (B&B Hotels-KTM)
9:35 AMa month ago

Carreer status

There are 68 kilometers to go to the finish line. A group of 21 riders has a lead of 2'50" over the peloton. The climb to the Col de la Croix, the third pass of the stage, is already underway.
9:30 AMa month ago

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9:25 AMa month ago

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9:20 AMa month ago

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9:15 AMa month ago

What time is Stage 9 of the 2022 Tour de France?

This is the start time for Stage 9 of the 2022 Tour de France on July 10th, 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 +

9:10 AMa month ago

👕 Jersey wearers

🟡 General: Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates)

🟢 Points: Wout Van Aert (Jumbo - Visma)

⭕ Mountain: Magnus Cort Nielsen (EF Education - EasyPost)

⚪ Youth: Thomas Pidcock (Gran Bretaña / INEOS Grenadiers) - Leader: Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates)

9:05 AMa month ago

Châtel Les Portes du Soleil

This Haute-Savoie village on the border with Switzerland attracts many skiers in the winter months. The Tour stopped here in 1975 in a mountain stage won by Lucien Van Impe and in which Bernard Thévenet managed to keep the Yellow Jersey. Many years later, the final stage of the 2012 Critérium du Dauphiné saw Dani Moreno win in Châtel with Bradley Wiggins managing to defend his crown. A year later, the Tour de l'Avenir brought the best young riders here for two stage starts, when a promising Simon Yates won in Morzine and Julian Alaphilippe took victory on the Plateau des Glières.
9:00 AMa month ago

Aigle

Located at a crossroads of valleys in the eastern part of the canton of Vaud, Aigle owes its prosperity to its development as a commercial and transportation center. The city is known among cycling enthusiasts for hosting the headquarters of the International Cycling Union since 2002, in a velodrome that also houses the World Cycling Center. Numerous Swiss, European and world championships have been held on the 200-meter wooden track, while the Tour de Romandie often includes stage starts from Aigle.
8:55 AMa month ago

Route of the stage

Mountain stage! The riders will start from Aigle, Switzerland, and will cross three mountain passes: the fourth-category Côte de Bellevue, the second-category Col des Mosses and the well-known Col de la Croix, the first-category Col de la Croix. The intermediate sprint, in Semsales, will be after the first pass. The last mountainous difficulty of the day will be back in France, on the first category Pas de Morgins, less than 10 kilometers from the finish, which will be reached on another non-category climb.
8:50 AMa month ago

🔟🟨 Top 10 - Overall Ranking

This is the general classification:
Top 10 - Overall Ranking
Pos. Rider (Country / Team) Time
1 Tadej Pogacar (Slovenia / UAE Team Emirates) 28h 56'16''
2 Jonas Vingegaard (Denmark / Jumbo - Visma) + 00'39''
3 Geraint Thomas (Great Britain / INEOS Grenadiers) + 01'14''
4 Adam Yates (Great Britain / INEOS Grenadiers) + 01'22''
5 David Gaudu (France / Groupama - FDJ) + 01'35''
6 Romain Bardet (France / Team DSM) + 01'36''
7 Thomas Pidcock (Great Britain / INEOS Grenadiers) + 01'39''
8 Neilson Powless (United States / EF Education - EasyPost) + 01'41''
9 Enric Mas (Spain / Movistar + 01'47''
10 Daniel Martínez (Colombia / INEOS Grenadiers) + 01'59''
8:45 AMa month ago

🔟🏁 Top 10 - Stage 8

This is how the positions were in stage 8:
Top 10 of the stage
Pos. Rider (Country / Team) Time
1 Wout Van Aert (Belgium / Jumbo Visma) 04h 13'06''
2 Michael Matthews (Australia / Team BikeExchange) + 00'00"
3 Tadej Pogacar (Slovenia / UAE Team Emirates) + 00'00''
4 Andreas Kro (Denmark / Loto - Soudal) + 00'00''
5 Alberto Bettiol (Italy / EF Education - EasyPost) + 00'00''
6 Aleksandr Vlasov (Rusia / Bora - Hansgrohe) + 00'00''
7 Benjamin Thomas (France / Cofidis) + 00'00''
8 Jonas Vingegaard (Denmark / Jumbo Visma) + 00'00'
9 Bob Jungels (Luxembourg / AG2R Citroen) + 00'00''
10 Thomas Pidcock (Great Britain / INEOS Grenadiers) + 00'00''
8:40 AMa month ago

Summary of previous the stage

In a relatively quiet stage, Wout van Aert came out on top in Lausanne and gave some peace of mind back to Jumbo Visma, which had had a couple of unlucky days during the week, as well as seeing UAE Team Emirates dominate. In the end, Tadej Pogacar came in third, took a bonus at the finish line and took more time off his rivals in the fight for the overall classification.

8:35 AMa month ago

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