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Terpstra crashes hard in eleventh Tour stage, peloton hunts for refugees

2019-07-17T15:08:41.740Z

In the eleventh stage of the Tour de France, the sprinters, including Dylan Groenewegen, will have their last chance for day success on Wednesday. Follow the 167-kilometer drive between Albi and Toulouse in this live blog.



In the eleventh stage of the Tour de France, the sprinters, including Dylan Groenewegen, will have their last chance for day success on Wednesday. Follow the 167-kilometer drive between Albi and Toulouse in this live blog.

Good afternoon ! My name is Youri Kocken and in this live blog we will keep you informed about the eleventh stage in the Tour de France!

  • Tour de France
  • Eleventh stage
  • Finish around 17.30
  • Yellow for Alaphilippe

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Tour de France · 4 minutes ago

Another 30 km - Valsparti! In the back of the peloton things go wrong. Niki Terpstra is lying on the floor. Cees Bol, the Team Sunweb sprinter, and Nairo Quintana, among others, are also involved in the crash. The Colombian does get back on the bike quickly, but is behind.

Tour de France · 5 minutes ago

Eleven years ago, Toulouse was the last finish in the Tour de France and then Mark Cavendish took the win. View the images of the stage's mass sprint.

⏪ Throwback to the last time a Tour de France stage ended in Toulouse, with the victory of @MarkCavendish. It was back in 2008.⏪ Return on the dernière arrival of the tapes in Toulouse and the victorious Mark Cavendish. C'était and 2008. # TDF2019

Avatar Author Tour de France ™ Moment of seats16: 53 - July 17, 2019

Tour de France · 12 minutes ago

Kjeld Nuis is spending a day more in the Tour. The skater visited Jumbo-Visma this morning.

🇫🇷 # TDF2019Two fast guys! @ JumboVismaIce's @KjeldNuis visited @letour and our team in Albi this morning ⛸️ ⛸️. Great to have you Kjeld. #oneteam

Avatar AuthorTeam Jumbo-Visma cyclingMoment of places16: 48 - 17 July 2019

Tour de France · 14 minutes ago

38 km to go - The peloton noticed that the lead was diminishing quickly and is now taking it a bit easier. Calmejane, Perez, Rossetto and Aimé De Gendt are now ahead of the peloton for about a minute and a half.

Tour de France · 30 minutes ago

50 km to go - The difference is now rapidly declining. The four refugees have a little more than a minute ahead of the pack.

Tour de France · 32 minutes ago

Lilian Calmejane is by far the most successful rider in the leading group. In addition to a stage in the 2017 Tour, the Frenchman won a stage in the Vuelta a España and the final classification of both the Star of Bessèges and the Omloop van de Sarthe. Anthony Perez has so far only booked two stage wins in the Tour of Luxembourg, Stéphane Rossetto won a stage in the Tour of Yorkshire and Aimé De Gendt is still waiting for his first victory.

37 minutes ago

Sponsored by: Vifit, proud partner of Team Jumbo-Visma.

Tour de France · 42 minutes ago

60 km to go - The image of the eleventh stage is still the same: the four in front have a two-minute lead and the sprinter teams keep an eye on them. Jumbo-Visma (Groenewegen), Deceuninck-Quick-Step (Viviani) and Lotto Soudal (Ewan) set the pace in the peloton.

Tour de France · one hour ago

Thanks to his sixth place in the intermediate sprint, Sagan is already sure that he will also be wearing the green jersey tomorrow. Number two Matthews cannot pass the Slovak even with a stage win today.

Tour de France · one hour ago

Beautiful images from Monday's stage! Mountain biker Valentin Anouilh jumped over the Tour de France platoon during the tenth stage. It took the Frenchman months to make the path roadworthy. The discharge is therefore enormous.

Mountain biker jumps over Tour peloton

Tour de France · one hour ago

Another 71 km - The peloton gives some gas again, reducing the lead of frontrunners Calmejane, Perez, Rossetto and Aimé De Gendt to just over two minutes.

Tour de France · one hour ago

The peloton intermediate sprint in the picture.

Elia @eliaviviani is the first sprinter at the intermediate sprint, but @petosagan is just behind, not loosing many points. # TDF2019

Avatar Author Tour de France ™ Moment of seats15: 59 - July 17, 2019

Tour de France · one hour ago

Another 77 km - Viviani is the strongest of the peloton in the intermediate sprint. The Italian is ahead of Sagan and Colbrelli. Groenewegen does not interfere with the intermediate sprint.

Tour de France · one hour ago

Another 79 km - At the intermediate sprint in Gaillac, Perez is the first of the leading group to cross the line, ahead of Aimé De Gendt. We are now waiting for the peloton.

Tour de France · one hour ago

Another 85 km - Perez grabs the only point for the polka dot jersey on the last climb. The lead of the four refugees has now risen to more than three minutes.

Tour de France · one hour ago

It takes a while before we arrive in Toulouse, but this is what the last kilometer to the finish looks like.

The sprinters' red carpet: the last kilometer of the stage through Toulouse.🔻🚀La voie royale pour les sprinters: the derniers kilomètre de cette étape a Toulouse. 🔻🚀 # TDF2019

Avatar Author Tour de France ™ Moment of seats15: 29-17 July 2019

Tour de France · 2 hours ago

Another 95 km - We are almost at the second climb of the day: the Côte de Castelnau-de-Montmiral. This colletje of the fourth category is the last cated climb of the stage.

Tour de France · 2 hours ago

Who will win today's stage in the Tour?

  • Dylan Groenewegen
  • Elia Viviani
  • Caleb Ewan
  • Peter Sagan
  • Van Aert or Teunissen
  • Someone else

2 hours ago

Sponsored by: Vifit, proud partner of Team Jumbo-Visma.

Tour de France · 2 hours ago

The last kilometers in Toulouse are quite narrow. From about five kilometers it goes quite a bit up and at two kilometers there is a sharp turn to the right. For the rest, go straight to the finish. # TDF19

Avatar Author Bas Scharwachter Moment of places 15: 08 - 17 July 2019

Tour de France · 2 hours ago

Another 112 km - The foursome in the leading group is far from being a threat to Julian Alaphilippe's yellow jersey. Calmejane is the best classified at just under 45 minutes from the Frenchman.

Tour de France · 2 hours ago

119 km to go - The foursome works well together, but the lead on the peloton doesn't get much bigger (2.36). Tony Martin from Jumbo-Visma once again leads the large group.

Tour de France · 2 hours ago

Another 124 km - Lilian Calmejane is the only rider in the leading group to ever win a stage in the Tour de France. The Frenchman took the eighth stage in the 2017 edition, for Robert Gesink.

Tour de France · 2 hours ago

Team Sunweb today goes for Cees Bol for a possible mass sprint and not for Michael Matthews. "With Cees we have more chance of winning in this ride than with Michael," Sunweb team leader Aike Visbeek told NOS . Bol: "I can win today, but I can also finish in twentieth. It's exciting, but also a great opportunity."

Tour de France · 2 hours ago

Still 132 km - The leading group is now over the top of the col of the third category. Perez takes the two points for the mountain jersey, for Aimé De Gendt there is one point. The peloton follows on 3.20.

Tour de France · 2 hours ago

For Steven Kruijswijk it will most likely be a quiet day. The number four in the general classification does not have to interfere uphill in the battle for the yellow jersey. The Dutchman will be wary of any fans or falls.

Tour de France · 3 hours ago

137 km to go - Today the riders will travel from Albi to Toulouse. It won't be a real spectacle in the coming kilometers, because the difference between the peloton and the leading group remains a good two minutes. The teams with sprinters control everything, while the leading group stays within reach.

Tour de France · 3 hours ago

Today, Groenewegen may have his last chance in the stage to Toulouse to sprint before the final stage to Paris. "With the sprint train that we have, it could be that I win two more runs," he says. "I was really ready for a day off on Tuesday, but I am looking forward to the stage again. With this team it can only get better."

Tour de France · 3 hours ago

Mike Teunissen and Wout van Aert have proven this Tour that they can beat the global sprint elite, but today in the flat eleventh stage they will 'just' be back in the service of Dylan Groenewegen. "Normally Dylan is the fastest and achieves the highest powers, we all know that," Teunissen tells NUsport. "That's why it's not that hard to get into the role of servant."

Tour de France · 3 hours ago

Still 146 km - The lead of Calmejane, Perez, Rossetto and Aimé De Gendt runs a little further: 2.45. In this stage we get another climb of the third category and one of the fourth category. That seems too little to give this flight a real chance of success.

Tour de France · 3 hours ago

Image of the four men in the leading group. We have three French and one Belgian with a lead of more than two minutes on the peloton.

⚪️🔴 # TDF2019 - Étape 1️⃣1️⃣ 🔴⚪️ + 2'17 "L'échappée de 4️⃣ drivers s'est formée très rapidement: 🇫🇷 @ PerezAnthony1🇫🇷 @ StephanRossetto🇫🇷 @ L_Calmejane🇧🇪 @AimeDeGendt

Avatar AuthorMaillot à Pois E.LeclercMoment of places13: 59 - July 17, 2019

Tour de France · 3 hours ago

A further 155 km - The teams with sprinters (Quick-Step, Jumbo-Visma and Lotto Soudal) immediately take the pack at hand. The lead of the four leaders is slightly increasing, but it will not be a huge margin: 2.13.

Tour de France · 3 hours ago

162 km to go - The peloton is fine and Calmejane, Perez, Rossetto and Aimé De Gendt already have a lead of 1.55.

Tour de France · 3 hours ago

Anthony Perez and Stéphane Rossetto (Cofidis), Lilian Calmejane (Direct Energy) and Aimé De Gendt (Wanty-Groupe Gobert) are in the leading group. Calmejane had already announced that he and Perez would attack in this stage. Both men are from the area.

Tour de France · 3 hours ago

Still 165 km - Four riders are looking for the attack and immediately get the space of the peloton. The margin is already half a minute.

Tour de France · 3 hours ago

Start - The riders are now officially on their way! The eleventh stage of this Tour de France has begun ...

Tour de France · 3 hours ago

The riders are now cycling. The official start will follow in a few minutes

🚴‍♂️ The peloton is off for the départ fictif through the roads of Albi. # TDF2019

Avatar Author Tour de France ™ Moment of seats 13: 38 - 17 July 2019

Tour de France · 4 hours ago

Natnael Berhane (red jersey number) and Tim Wellens (polka dot jersey) take a picture before the start of the eleventh stage.

Selfie of the day 📸 @ Tim_Wellens and @ Natnaelb2 # TDF2019

Avatar Author Tour de France ™ Moment of seats 13: 32 - 17 July 2019

Tour de France · 4 hours ago

Ah! Kjeld Nuis is a guest in the Tour de France today:

Olympic sprint champion meets best sprinter in the peloton. # TDf2019

Avatar AuthorDaan de RidderMoment of places13: 14-17 July 2019

Tour de France · 5 hours ago

The last time the Tour Toulouse came was in 2008, when Mark Cavendish sprinted to the stage win in the pouring rain. The experienced Brit is not included in the Tour selection of Dimension Data this year, so the word is given to the younger generation of sprinters this afternoon.

Tour de France · 5 hours ago

Preview Tour: Ride winners drive smoothly for Groenewegen

Tour de France · 6 hours ago

In about two hours the riders will leave here for the eleventh stage of the Tour de France.

👋 Bonjour @ville_albi! # TDF2019

Avatar Author Tour de France ™ Moment of places11: 01-17 July 2019

Tour de France · 7 hours ago

Zabel steps down in Tour due to illness
We don't see Rick Zabel appearing today at the start of the eleventh stage of the Tour de France. The German from Katusha Alpecin is sick and therefore unable to continue. Zabel, son of former top sprinter Erik Zabel, is the sixth dropout in this Tour de France.

Tour de France · 7 hours ago

How are the jerseys and rankings divided today?

Yellow sweater: Julian Alaphilippe
Green sweater: Peter Sagan
Scoop neck sweater: Tim Wellens
White sweater: Egan Bernal

Red back number: Natnael Berhane
Team classification: Movistar

Tour de France · 9 hours ago

The Tour awakens. The peloton is preparing for the eleventh stage, which starts at 1.45 p.m.

Goodmorning all #dawnpatrol

Avatar Author Steven de jongh Moment of Places08: 20-17 July 2019

Tour de France · 9 hours ago

'Roantjes' Jumbo-Visma also feel a lot of respect for success within the pack
The success of Jumbo-Visma in the first ten days of the Tour de France also strikes the other teams. The riders of the Dutch formation feel a lot of respect for their performance. Mike Teunissen saw one rider after another come over last week who congratulated him on his stage win and his two days in the yellow leader's jersey. "Up to and including last Sunday, boys came to me who I know by name only." Congratulations, they said. that Jumbo-Visma is also highly regarded within the peloton. " (1/2)

Tour de France · 10 hours ago

The yellow-black team booked no less than four stage victories in the Tour de France in the past week and a half. The contrast with the recent past is great, because predecessor Lotto-Jumbo won only six races in the whole of 2015. "Three years ago it was completely out of the question that boys were standing in line to ride for this team," says Dylan Groenewegen, who has been under contract with the current Jumbo-Visma since 2016. "Now you notice that riders really want to race for this team, that is the merit of our team." (2/2)

Tour de France · 10 hours ago

We could write a bit more about Team Jumbo-Visma, but we will only stick to Dylan Groenwegen. Our favorites for today:

  • Dylan Groenewegen
  • Caleb Ewan
  • Elia Viviani
  • Peter Sagan
  • Michael Matthews

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