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Good afternoon and welcome to our live blog of the twentieth stage in the Tour de France.

My name is Willem Haak and I will keep you informed of the developments in the time trial here.



  • Tour de France

  • Climbing time trial

  • 36.2 kilometers

  • Finish at La Planche des Belles Filles

  • Roglic at 5.14 pm

  • View the time differences here

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Primoz Roglic, meanwhile, concedes 0.10 to Pogacar's time.

That means that his lead in the general classification is virtually reduced to 0.47.

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Pogacar arrives at the first intermediate point.

He concedes 0.17 to Cavagna's time and is 0.05 slower than Dumoulin.

Yellow jersey wearer Roglic has yet to come by.

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Wout van Aert is working on an incredible Tour de France.

He can climb, sprint and therefore also time trial.

Is it enough to win today's stage?

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At the foot of La Planche Des Belles Filles, Wout van Aert is currently fastest.

The Belgian is 0.06 faster than Cavagna at the measuring point.

At the previous pass he was still 0.33 slower.

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At the first measuring point, Mas, Landa and Porte also give in to Cavagna's meantime.

The Frenchman has set an excellent time.

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Important for the battle for the polka dot jersey.

Richard Carapaz (INEOS Grenadiers) seems to be sparing his strength to blast the climb.

Dani Martinez, the Colombian ITT national champion set the fastest time on the climb so far: 17 min 19 sec.

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Avatar Author Mihai Simion Moment of Places 17: 23-19 September 2020

Tour de France 9 minutes ago

Yellow jersey carrier Roglic is currently slower than Pogacar.

In the general classification, the difference between the two Slovenians is 0.57.

Pogacar drives twelve seconds from that for the time being.

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At the second measuring point, Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) is 0.33 slower than Cavagna.

It's good for the second meantime.

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Daniel Felipe Martinez (EF Pro Cyling) crosses the finish line.

Cavagna's time is also missing.

The Colombian time trial champion admits 1.19 and is third fastest.

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Rigoberto Uran concedes 1.08 to Cavagna's time at the first measuring point.

This makes him more than 0.50 slower than Tom Dumoulin.

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Dumoulin is about to overtake Valverde.

The former time trial world champion rides right behind the 40-year-old Spaniard.

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Tom Dumoulin is 0.12 slower at the first measuring point than Remi Cavagna, who came through there as the fastest.

Normally Dumoulin should be able to make up for that difference in the climb.

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Richard Carapaz clocked the third slowest time at the first measuring point.

The polka dot jersey bearer seems to be saving for the last climb, where there are still some mountain points to be gathered.

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And there goes Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates).

The number two in the rankings has to make up for 0.57 today on yellow jersey carrier Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma).

Tour de France 20 minutes ago

Marc Hirschi (Sunweb) is now named the most combative rider of this Tour de France.

The Swiss won the twelfth stage and was often seen on the attack in the past three weeks.

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According to the first reports, Tom Dumoulin (Jumbo-Visma) has already taken a minute on Alejandro Valverde, who started two minutes earlier than he started.

Tour de France 23 minutes ago

Mas, Landa and Porte have also left in the meantime.

We are going to prepare for the top of the rankings.

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Robert Gesink (Jumbo-Visma) has arrived.

He is no less than five minutes slower than Cavagna, at whose time everyone is biting their teeth.

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We are in the top 10 of the general classification.

Rigoberto Uran and Adam Yates have also started their time trial.

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Dumoulin became world time trial champion in 2017.

At the time, the course was comparable to today's ride.

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Tom Dumoulin takes off!

Can the number nine in the general classification come to Cavagna's time?

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The transition of Van Aert in pictures.

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Van Aert is 39 seconds slower than Cavagna at the first intermediate point

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Avatar Author Sporza 🚴Moment of places16: 55 - September 19, 2020

36 minutes ago

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Wout van Aert passes the first measuring point.

He is no less than 0.39 slower there than Cavagna's.

It's good for the third split.

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Rider after rider crosses the finish line.

No one comes close to Cavagna's time.

Tour de Franceone hour ago

Ball jersey wearer Richard Carapaz (INEOS) is ready to start his time trial.

Meanwhile, Wout van Aert has been on the road for a while.

It is waiting for his first interval.

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And also yellow jersey carrier Primoz Roglic is on the roller.

His start time?

5.14 pm.

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🇫🇷 # TDF2020Yellow @tacx for the yellow jersey @rogla 💛💪

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Avatar Author Team Jumbo-Visma cycling Moment of places 16: 40 - September 19, 2020

Tour de Franceone hour ago

Tom Dumoulin (Jumbo-Visma) has started warming up.

It starts at 4.58 pm.

🇫🇷 # TDF2020Warm up for Sepp and Tom!

We are getting close to the top 20 overall.

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Avatar Author Team Jumbo-Visma cycling Moment of places 16: 35 - September 19, 2020

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Thibaut Pinot and Michal Kwiatkowski are nowhere near Cavagna's time.

The pair clocked a very moderate interval at the first measuring point.

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Wout van Aert starts.

Can the Belgian time trial champion also thrive today?

Tour de Franceone hour ago

Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) has been warming up for a while now.

The Belgian all-rounder will aim for the day victory today.

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🇫🇷 # TDF2020Belgian TT champion in his warm up 🔥 @WoutvanAert

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Avatar Author Team Jumbo-Visma cycling Moment of places 16: 21 - 19 September 2020

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For the time being, everyone is biting at Cavagna's time.

It seems up to the GC men to beat the French later.

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Daniel Felipe Martinez (EF Pro Cycling) gets off the starting blocks.

The Colombian time trial champion is one of the outsiders for the overall victory.

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The starting times of the classification men once again in a row.

Another half hour of patience, so.

However, keep an eye out, because Wout van Aert is shot away at 4.36 pm.



  • 4:48 pm Warren Barguil 

  • 4:50 pm Richard Carapaz 

  • 4:52 pm Guillaume Martin 

  • 4:54 pm Damiano Caruso 

  • 4:56 pm Alejandro Valverde 

  • 4.58 pm Tom Dumoulin 

  • 5:00 pm Rigoberto Urán 

  • 5:02 pm Adam Yates 

  • 5.44 pm Enric Mas 

  • 5:06 pm Mikel Landa 

  • 5:08 pm Richie Porte 

  • 5.10 pm Miguel Ángel López 

  • 5.12 pm Tadej Pogacar 

  • 5.14 pm Primoz Roglic

Tour de Franceone hour ago

And Pinot takes off.

He is being sung loudly by the audience.

The starting stage is in front of his old high school.

Tour de Franceone hour ago

Thibaut Pinot (Groupama-FDJ) will start in a few minutes.

Départ de Thibaut dans 10 minutes ⏳

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Avatar Author Équipe Cycliste Groupama-FDJ Moment of places 16: 06 - 19 September 2020

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Today's last kilometer in nine seconds.

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The last kilometer- it has a huge role to play today 💛Voici le dernier kilomètre de ce contre-la-montre qui pourrait faire des différences pour le classement général 💛 # TDF2020

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AuthorTour de France ™ Time of places16: 04 - September 19, 2020

Tour de France 2 hours ago

The time trial for Robert Gesink has also started.

There is still one Dutchman to start with this: his teammate at Jumbo-Visma Tom Dumoulin.

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David de La Cruz is the second rider to finish the time trial within an hour.

The Spaniard finishes in 58.35 minutes;

that's 41 seconds slower than Cavagna.

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And there is also the finish for Peter Sagan.

The BORA hansgrohe rider comes in from Cavagna at just over seven minutes.

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While Van Baarle starts, Joris van Nieuwenhuis comes in five minutes and nineteen seconds behind.

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Dylan van Baarle has started his time trial.

After the INEOS Grenadiers rider, we still have to wait for two other Dutchmen: Gesink and Dumoulin.

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Cavagna the fastest for the


time being For

the

time being, only Rémi Cavagna succeeds in completing the time trial within the hour.

De Marchi is nearby, but his time trial takes exactly one second too long: 1: 00.01.

Tour de France 2 hours ago

Reaction Bol after time trial


Bol looks

back briefly on his time trial

to the

NOS

: "The time trial went okay. My goal is to reach the time limit, so I secretly drove fast anyway. But that shouldn't be a problem. If this were my training schedule. , I was shocked. This is not my specialty, but it was a good pace. And it was nice cycling weather with a lot of audience. Even fans of mine. I took the time to wave to them. "

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Poels: 'Nice to finish, but a dramatic Tour'


The Tour de France of Wout Poels seemed to be over after one stage after a crash, but after three weeks, the Limburger will 'just' finish the race despite a broken rib and bruised lung .

"In principle it is always nice to finish, but it was of course a dramatic Tour for me", said Poels after his time trial against the

NOS

.

"I was happy that in the end I was able to do something for Mikel (Landa, ed.). It is a strange season, but we still have a big round in the legs. Hopefully we can do something in the classics. Tomorrow first go home to rest and try to recover. "

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