Final standings :
1 UK Chris Froome SKY 83h56'40"
2 COL Nairo Quintana MOV +4'20"
3 ES Joaquim Rodríguez KAT +5'04"
4 ES Alberto Contador TST +6'27"
5 CZ Roman Kreuziger TST +7'27"
6 NL Bauke Mollema BEL +11'42"
7 DK Jakob Fuglsang AST +12'17"
8 ES Alejandro Valverde MOV +15'26"
9 ES Daniel Navarro COF +15'52"
10 USA Andrew Talansky GRS +17'39"
This 100th edition of the Tour de France takes place from Saturday, June 29, till Sunday, July 21. The Tour runs over 21 stages and the cyclists have to cover a total distance of 3,360 km (2087mi), including:
- 7 flat stages
- 5 middle mountain stages
- 6 mountain stages with 4 arrivals at the top
- 2 individual time trials
- 1 TTT
- 2 rest days
Specials of this 100th edition
The start of the 100th edition of the Tour de France takes place in the departments of the Corse-du-Sud and Haute-Corse, the only two French departments where the Tour has never passed before. After its return at the mainland of France, the Tour will remain in the country. The last year the Tour didn't leave France was in 2003.
The team time trial, over a length of 25 km (15.94 mi), will take place in Nice, during the 4th stage. It was since 2009 that the Tour had its last team time trial.
Followed by another 2 individual time trials: the first takes place during the 11th stage between Avranches and Mont-St-Michel, and covers a distance of 33 km (20.89 mi). The second takes place during the 17th stage and covers 32 km (19.15 mi) between Embrun and Chorges.
climbs and mountain stages
Alpe-d'Huez 1 and 2
The main "scoop" during this 100th edition is undoubtedly the double climb of l'Alpe-d'Huez during the 18 th stage. The cyclists pass l'Alpe-d'Huez 1 a 50 km (31.12 mi) before the arrival at l'Alpe-d'Huez 2. In addition, there are 3 arrivals on a mountain top on the program: Ax 3 Domaines, the Mont Ventoux and Annecy-Semnoz, a newcomer on the Tour Map.
10 new "villes d'étape"
- Porto-Vecchio (start 1st stage)
- Bastia (arrival 1st and start 2nd stage)
- Ajaccio (arrival 2nd and start 3rd stage)
- Calvi (arrival 3rd stage)
- Cagnes-sur-Mer (start 5th stage)
- Saint-Gildas-des-Bois (start 10th stage)
- Saint-Pourçain-sur-Sioule (start 14th stage)
- Givors (start 15th stage)
- Chorges (arrival 17th stage)
- Annecy-Semnoz (arrival 20th stage)
Stages Tour de France:
First stage: Saturday June, 29
Porto-Vecchio / Bastia - 212 km (131 mi)
First day of rest: Monday, July 8
10th stage: Tuesday, July 9
Saint-Gildas-des-Bois / Saint-Malo - 193 km (119 mi)
11th stage: Wednesday, July 10
Avranches / Mont-Saint-Michel - 33 km (20 mi)
Individual Time Trial
12th stage: Thursday, July 11
Fougeres / Tours - 218 km (135 mi)
13th stage: Friday, July 12
Tours / Saint-Amand-Montrond - 173 km (107 mi)
14th stage: Saturday, July 13
Saint-Pourçain-sur-Sioule / Lyon - 191 km (118 mi)
Côte de Bourg-Thizy
Col de Pilon
Blvd. La Duchère
15th stage: Sunday, July 14
Givors / Mont Ventoux - 242 km (150 mi)
Second day of rest: Monday, July 15
16th stage: Tuesday, July 16
Vaison-La-Romaine / Gap - 168 km (104 mi)
17th stage: Wednesday, July 17
Embrun / Chorges - 32 km (19 mi)
Individual Time Trial
18th stage: Thursday, July 18
Gap / Alpe-d'Huez - 168 km (104 mi)
Col de Manse
Col de Sarenne
21th and last stage: Sunday, July 21
Versailles / Paris Champs-Elysées - 118 km (73 mi)
Location: Frankrijk (Explore routes near Frankrijk.)