Tour de France 2020 schedule, levels, route, size, TV channel, stay stream & extra to know

As American sports activities start to ramp up within the month of September, a typical staple of the summer season months additionally will get a delayed begin within the 107th version of the Tour de France.

Usually held in July, this yr’s Tour de France started Aug. 29 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Regardless of the delay, the 23-day, 21-stage format stays the identical as cyclists wind their means via three,470 km (2,156 mi.) in fact stretching from Good all the way in which to the end Paris on Sept. 20.

Defending champion Egan Bernal of Colombia returns because the chief of Crew Ineos and can look to turn into the second back-to-back winner of the previous 15 years. Final yr’s runner-up and 2018 Tour de France champion Geraint Thomas won’t be competing on this yr’s occasion.

Under is the whole lot you’ll want to know in regards to the 2020 Tour de France together with schedule, stage breakdown and find out how to watch the occasion. You can too keek observe of the race with our standings, up to date every day.

MORE: Watch the Tour de France stay with fuboTV (7-day free trial)

Tour de France schedule 2020

#
Date
Size
Stage
Protection Begin (ET)
1
Aug. 29
156km (97 mi.)
Good to Good (flat)
7:00 a.m.
2
Aug. 30
187km (116 mi.)
Good to Good (mountain)
7:00 a.m.
three
Aug. 21
198km (123 mi.)
Good to Sisteron (flat)
7:00 a.m.
four
Sept. 1
157km (100 mi.)
Sisteron to Orcieres-Merlette (hilly)
7:00 a.m.
5
Sept. 2
183km (114 mi.)
Hole to Privas (flat)
7:00 a.m.
6
Sept. three
191km (119 mi.)
Le Teil to Mont Aigoual (hilly)
6:00 a.m.
7
Sept. four
168km (104 mi.)
Millau to Lavaur (flat)
7:00 a.m.
eight
Sept. 5
140km (88 mi.)
Cazeres-Sur-Garonne to Loudenvielle (mountain)
eight:00 a.m.
9
Sept. 6
154km (95 mi.)
Pau to Laruns (mountain)
7:00 a.m.
Relaxation day
Sept. 7
10
Sept. eight
170km (105 mi.)
Ile D’Oleron to Ile de Re (flat)
7:00 a.m.
11
Sept. 9
167km (104 mi.)
Chatelaillon-Plage to Poitiers (flat)
7:00 a.m.
12
Sept. 10
218km (135 mi.)
Chauvigny to Sarran (hilly)
6:00 a.m.
13
Sept. 11
191km (119 mi.)
Chatel-Guyon to Puy Mary (mountain)
6:00 a.m.
14
Sept. 12
197km (121 mi.)
Clermont-Ferrand to Lyon (flat)
eight:00 a.m.
15
Sept. 13
175km (108 mi.)
Lyon to Grand Colombier (mountain)
7:00 a.m.
Relaxation day
Sept. 14
16
Sept. 15
164km (102 mi.)
La Tour-Du-Pin to Villard-De-Lans (flat)
7:00 a.m.
17
Sept. 16
168km (106 mi.)
Grenoble to Meribel (mountain)
6:00 a.m.
18
Sept. 17
168km (109 mi.)
Meribel to La Roche-Sur-Foron (mountain)
6:00 a.m.
19
Sept. 18
160km (103 mi.)
Bourg-En-Bresse to Champagnole (flat)
7:00 a.m.
20
Sept. 19
36km (81 mi.)
Lure to La Planche Des Belles Filles (particular person time trial)
6:30 a.m.
21
Sept. 20
122km (76 mi.)
Mantes-La-Jolie to Paris (flat)
9:00 a.m.

Learn how to watch the Tour de France

The 107th Tour de France could be watched stay on NBC and NBC Sports activities. Each stage will also be streamed stay or on-demand on the NBC Sports activities Gold, NBCUniversal’s new streaming service, at a price. The Tour de France will also be streamed with fuboTV, which gives a free trial.

Tour de France route map

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What are the Tour de France levels?

#
Date
Size
Stage
Winner
1
Aug. 29
156km (97 mi.)
Good to Good (flat)
Alexander Kristoff
2
Aug. 30
187km (116 mi.)
Good to Good (mountain)
Julian Alaphilippe
three
Aug. 21
198km (123 mi.)
Good to Sisteron (flat)
Caleb Ewan
four
Sept. 1
157km (100 mi.)
Sisteron to Orcieres-Merlette (hilly)
Primoz Roglic
5
Sept. 2
183km (114 mi.)
Hole to Privas (flat)
Wout van Aert
6
Sept. three
191km (119 mi.)
Le Teil to Mont Aigoual (hilly)
Alexey Lutsenko
7
Sept. four
168km (104 mi.)
Millau to Lavaur (flat)
Wout van Aert
eight
Sept. 5
140km (88 mi.)
Cazeres-Sur-Garonne to Loudenvielle (mountain)
Nans Peters
9
Sept. 6
154km (95 mi.)
Pau to Laruns (mountain)
Tadej Pogacar
Relaxation day
Sept. 7
10
Sept. eight
170km (105 mi.)
Ile D’Oleron to Ile de Re (flat)
Sam Bennett
11
Sept. 9
167km (104 mi.)
Chatelaillon-Plage to Poitiers (flat)

12
Sept. 10
218km (135 mi.)
Chauvigny to Sarran (hilly)

13
Sept. 11
191km (119 mi.)
Chatel-Guyon to Puy Mary (mountain)

14
Sept. 12
197km (121 mi.)
Clermont-Ferrand to Lyon (flat)

15
Sept. 13
175km (108 mi.)
Lyon to Grand Colombier (mountain)

Relaxation day
Sept. 14
16
Sept. 15
164km (102 mi.)
La Tour-Du-Pin to Villard-De-Lans (flat)

17
Sept. 16
168km (106 mi.)
Grenoble to Meribel (mountain)

18
Sept. 17
168km (109 mi.)
Meribel to La Roche-Sur-Foron (mountain)

19
Sept. 18
160km (103 mi.)
Bourg-En-Bresse to Champagnole (flat)

20
Sept. 19
36km (81 mi.)
Lure to La Planche Des Belles Filles (particular person time trial)

21
Sept. 20
122km (76 mi.)
Mantes-La-Jolie to Paris (flat)

What number of miles is the Tour de France?

This yr’s Tour is three,470 km (2,156 mi.) stretching from Good to Paris. The 21-stage route options eight mountain levels with 4 summit finishes, 9 flat levels, three hilly levels, and one particular person time trial on the penultimate day.

Tour de France groups 2020

In whole there are 176 riders representing 30 international locations, racing for 22 completely different groups. Since 2012, Crew Ineos (previously Crew Sky) has received the Tour de France six occasions.

Ag2r-La Mondiale (France)
Arkéa-Samsic (France)
Astana (Kazakhstan)
Bahrain-McLaren (Bahrain)
B&B Accommodations-Very important Idea p/b KTM (France)
Bora-Hansgrohe (Germany)
CCC Crew (Poland)
Cofidis Options Crédits (France)
Deceuninck-Fast Step (Belgium)
EF Professional Biking (United States)
Groupama-FDJ (France)
Ineos Grenadiers (Nice Britain)
Israel Begin-up Nation (Israel)
Jumbo-Visma (Holand)
Lotto-Soudal (Belgium)
Mitchelton-Scott (Australia)
Movistar (Spain)
NTT Professional Biking (Saudi Arabia)
Sunweb (Germany)
Complete Direct Énergie (France)
Trek-Segafredo (United States)
UAE Crew Emirates (United Arab Emirates)

Tour de France previous winners

Solely Jacques Anquetil, Eddy Merckx, Bernard Hinault and Miguel Indurain have ever received the Tour de France 5 occasions. Egan Bernal is the one former champion on this yr’s occasion.

Yr
Winner
Nationality
2020
TBD

2019
Egan Bernal
Colombia
2018
Geraint Thomas
Wales
2017
Chris Froome
England
2016
Chris Froome
England
2015
Chris Froome
England
2014
Vincenzo Nibali
Italy
2013
Chris Froome
England
2012
Bradley Wiggins
England
2011
Cadel Evans
Australia
2010
Andy Schleck*
Luxembourg
2009
Alberto Contador
Spain
2008
Carlos Sastre
Spain
2007
Alberto Contador
Spain
2006
Oscar Pereiro**
Spain
2005
Lance Armstrong***
USA
2004
Lance Armstrong***
USA
2003
Lance Armstrong***
USA
2002
Lance Armstrong***
USA
2001
Lance Armstrong***
USA
2000
Lance Armstrong***
USA
1999
Lance Armstrong***
USA
1998
Marco Pantani
Italy

*Aberto Contador was the unique winner, however later failed a drug check
**Floyd Landis was the unique winner, however later failed a drug check
***All of Lance Armstrong’s titles have been vacated on account of doping 

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