Tour de France 2022 Stage 9 Live Stream Information: Watch the UCI cycling video coverage link on your device at TANTARA in San Francisco – 10 July 2022

Sun 10 July – Tue 12 July 2022

Tour de France 2022 LIVE: Latest stage 9 updates as Tadej Pogacar aims to retain yellow jersey
Follow all the Tour de France action as riders race from Aigle to Chatel Portes du Soleil

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The Tour de France for beginners
Belgian Wout van Aert won the eighth stage of the Tour de France on Saturday in a hilly 186.3 km race between Dole and Lausanne. The Jumbo-Visma runner won in a reduced bunch sprint at the top of the Côte du Stade Olympique, a 4.8 km effort at an average gradient of 4.6%. Tadej Pogacar retained the overall leader’s yellow jersey by finishing third, picking up a four-second bonus in the process.

Sunday’s ninth stage is a 192.9km mountain trek from Aigle in Switzerland to Châtel in France. This is the last race before Monday’s rest day and could turn into another big day for the overall riders. Most of the route passes through Switzerland, starting with an immediate category four climb (Côte de Bellevue) which offers the opportunity to form an early breakaway for those bold enough to attack.

Then comes an intermediate sprint before the category two Col des Mosse and the familiar category one Col de la Croix leading to a long and fast descent towards the French border. Once back in France, the peloton tackles the category 1 Pas de Morgins, a long climb with a plateau summit, before another descent and a short climb to the finish in Châtel les Portes du Soleil.

Tour de France 2022 LIVE: Latest Stage 9 updates as Tadej Pogacar aims to retain yellow jersey
Follow all the Tour de France action as riders race from Aigle to Chatel Portes du Soleil

Michael Jones
There are 3 minutes
comments

close
The Tour de France for beginners
Belgian Wout van Aert won the eighth stage of the Tour de France on Saturday in a hilly 186.3 km race between Dole and Lausanne. The Jumbo-Visma runner won in a reduced bunch sprint at the top of the Côte du Stade Olympique, a 4.8 km effort at an average gradient of 4.6%. Tadej Pogacar retained the overall leader’s yellow jersey by finishing third, picking up a four-second bonus in the process.

Sunday’s ninth stage is a 192.9km mountain trek from Aigle in Switzerland to Châtel in France. This is the last race before Monday’s rest day and could turn into another big day for the overall riders. Most of the route passes through Switzerland, starting with an immediate category four climb (Côte de Bellevue) which offers the opportunity to form an early breakaway for those bold enough to attack.

Then comes an intermediate sprint before the category two Col des Mosse and the familiar category one Col de la Croix leading to a long and fast descent towards the French border. Once back in France, the peloton tackles the category 1 Pas de Morgins, a long climb with a plateau summit, before another descent and a short climb to the finish in Châtel les Portes du Soleil.

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