As one Grand Tour comes to a close, anticipation for the next builds. The countdown to the 2022 Tour de France has officially begun, so jump on board and start making your predictions and hot takes now, before everyone else does.
The Grand Départ in Denmark was originally scheduled for last year but was postponed because of the epidemic. That may have been disappointing at the time, but it means that three Danish stages will be packed with fans.
Plus Because Danish cycling is prospering right now, a slew of the world’s greatest riders will be vying for stage wins and the chance to wear the yellow jersey at home — a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Here is everything you need to know about Tour De France 2022:
There is no new information on the event, but we will update this area as soon as new information becomes available. Stay tuned for more information.
The Tour de France begins with a 13.2-kilometre individual time trial through Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital.
For those wondering, it will start on Friday 1st July 2022 and is set to finish on Sunday 24th July 2022.
Here is the day-by-day schedule for Tour De France 2022 from Olympics Times Sports:
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La Planche des
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to Col du Granon
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to Alpe d’Huez
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to Paris (Champs-Élysées)
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The Tour De France ticket prices for 2022 have been released, and with so many different sorts of tickets to choose from, the prices vary greatly. The following is a list of the many ticket packages available from Cycle Classic Tours.
Package 1 VIP – Tribune Elysées € 475 / £409,26
Grandstand seats in the official tribune ‘Elysées’ are placed on the right-hand side of the Champs Elysées, shortly after the finishing line. With the 109th Tour de France’s circuit travelling further up the Champs Elysées towards the Arc de Triomphe, this will be an excellent spot to observe the action.
Package 2 VIP – La Terrasse € 730 / £628,97
The finest site to experience the excitement of the Tour de France is ‘La Terrasse,’ which is located at Place de la Concorde. Throughout the day, you’ll be in the thick of things, with a breathtaking perspective of the world’s most beautiful avenue.
Package 3 VIP – Espace Elysee € 790 / £680,66
Food is featured in the Tribune Elysee. The ‘Élysée’ zone, located near the finish line, was a novel option for a few years, and we are glad to offer it again for the 2022 Tour de France conclusion, and is as close to the sprint finish and awards ceremony as it gets.
Package 4 VIP Le Grand Palais € 310/ £267,10
The ‘Grand Palais’ grandstand, located on the left side of the Champs-Élysées, just adjacent to where the peloton will pass, will provide you with a front-row seat for the finish.
ON REQUEST Package 5 VIP Espace Rive Gauche € 995 / £856,79
The ‘Rive Gauche’ program, which is located directly in front of the finish line, delivers excellent service. You’ll have a front-row seat to the 109th Tour de France’s exciting final finish.
Tadej Pagacar of Slovenia has won the last two Tour de France races. He is a member of the UAE Emirates UCI World Team. In 2022, he has been given the best odds to win. Below is a list of the Tour De France 2022 betting odds:
2022 Tour de France Betting Odds
- Tadej Pogačar -165
- Primož Roglič +200
- Jonas Vingegaard +550
- Richard Carapaz +2000
- Daniel Martinez +2200
- Enric Mas Nicolau +3300
- Geraint Thomas +3300
- Jack Haig +4000
- Wout Van Ert +4000
- Adam Yates +5000
- Julian Alaphilipe +6600
- Egan Bernal +6600
- Mikel Landa +8000
- Thibaut Pinot +9000
- David Gaudu +10000
- Miguel Ángel López +10000
- Mark Padun +10000
- Pavel Sivikov +10000
- Simon Yates +10000
- Rigoberto Urán +12500
- Chris Froome +15000
- Sepp Kuss +15000
- Tom Pidcock +15000
- Tom Dumoulin +20000
Below is the schedule and stage winners for 2022 Tour de France from the official Olympics website:
- Friday, 1st July: Stage 1 – Copenhagen-Copenhagen (time trial, 13.2 km) – Won by Yves Lampaert (Belgium), who also took the yellow jersey for overall lead of the race’s general classification.
- Saturday, 2nd July: Stage 2 – Roskilde-Nyborg (202.5 km) – Won by Fabio Jakobsen (Netherlands). Wout van Aert (Belgium) claimed overall race lead.
- Sunday, 3rd July: Stage 3 – Vejle-Sonderborg (182 km) – Won by Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands). Wout van Aert (Belgium) retained overall race lead.
- Monday, 4th July: Transfer Day – from Denmark to France.
- Tuesday, 5th July: Stage 4 – Dunkerque-Calais (171.5 km) – Won by Wout van Aert (Belgium), who retained overall race lead.
- Wednesday, 6th July: Stage 5 – Lille Metropole-Arenburg Porte du Hainaut (157 km) – Won by Simon Clarke (Australia), Wout van Aert (Belgium) retained overall race lead.
- Thursday, 7th July: Stage 6 – Binche-Longwy (220km) – Won by Tadej Pogacar (Slovenia), who took the overall race lead.
- Friday, 8th July: Stage 7 – Tomblaine-La Super Planche de Belles Filles (176.5 km) – Won by Tadej Pogacar (Slovenia), who increased his overall lead
- Saturday, 9th July: Stage 8 – Dole-Lausanne (186.5km) – Won by Wout van Aert (Belgium), who increased his green jersey classification lead.
- Sunday, 10th July: Stage 9 – Aigle-Chatel les Portes du Soleil (193km) – Won by Bob Jungels (Luxembourg), who claimed his first Le Tour stage victory.
- Monday, 11th July: Rest Day
- Tuesday, 12th July: Stage 10 – Morzine Les Portes du Soleil-Megeve (148.5km) – Won by Magnus Cort (Denmark), Tadej Pogacar hangs on his overall lead.
- Wednesday 13 July: Stage 11 – Albertville-Col du Granon Serre Chevalier (152km) – Won by Jonas Vingegaard.
- Thursday 14 July: Stage 12 – Briancon-Alpe d’Huez (165.5km) – Won by Tom Pidcock.
- Friday 15 July: Stage 13 – Le Bourg d’Oisans-Saint Etienne (193km) – Won by Mads Pedersen.
- Saturday 16 July: Stage 14 – Saint Etienne-Mende (192.5km) – Won by Michael Matthews.
- Sunday 17 July: Stage 15 – Rodez-Carcassonne (202.5km) – Won by Jasper Philipsen.
- Monday 18 July: Rest Day
- Tuesday 19 July: Stage 16 – Carcassonne-Foix (178,5km) – Won by Hugo Houle.
- Wednesday 20 July: Stage 17 – Saint-Gaudens-Peyragudes (130km) – Won by Tadej Pogacar.
- Thursday 21 July: Stage 18 – Lourdes-Hautacam (143.5km) – Won by Jonas Vingegaard.
- Friday 22 July: Stage 19 – Castelnau-Magnoac – Cahors (188.5km) – Won by Christophe Laporte.
- Saturday 23 July: Stage 20 – Lacapelle-Marival – Rocamadour (time trial, 40.7km) – Won by Wout Van Aert.
- Sunday 24 July: Stage 21 – Paris La Defence Arena – Paris Champs Elysees (116km) – Won by Jasper Philipsen.
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