Schedule, profile and where to watch on TV today

Schedule, profile and where to watch on TV today
Schedule, profile and where to watch on TV today

If disputed the sixth stage of the 2024 Tour de France, which for the second consecutive day will be flat. This is due to the fact that They are the antechambers of the CRI which will arrive tomorrow, so it is important that the runners arrive with fresh legs.

So the peloton will roll between the towns of Mâcon and Dijon, in a sixth stage that has a route of 163.5 kilometers. There will only be a fourth category port, at the start of the stage, the Col du Bois Clar (km 7). There will also be only one sprint, in the town of Cormartin (km 31.1). All of this seems to indicate that there will once again be a tight sprint finish, as happened this past Wednesday, July 3.

The small municipality of Saint-Vulbas, with just over 1,000 inhabitants and which was making its debut in the Tour de France, entered through the front door. The victory of the English rider Mark Cavendish (Astana Kazakhstan) It was historic, as he achieved his 35th stage victory in the French round. This feat allowed him to become the most successful cyclist ever in this race, since With it he surpassed the great ‘Cannibal’, Eddy Merckx (with 34 victories).

Thus, in this sixth stage it comes as Tour de France leader Pogacar, that snatched el maillot amarillo a Richard Carapaz (EF Education-EasyPost) after the ascension to Galibier Pass. The young Slovenian has a 50-second lead over the Dane Jonas Vingegaard (Team Visma) and 45” in relation white jersey Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-Quick Step). The peloton will be grateful for these two quieter days, as the favourites are keeping their sights set on the individual time trial.

When is the sixth stage of the 2024 Tour de France?

The sixth stage of the 2024 Tour de France will start this Thursday, July 4 at 11:50 a.m.

Where to watch the sixth stage of the 2024 Tour de France?

The Tour de France 2024 The entire series (and this fourth stage, of course) will be broadcast in Spain by La1 of TVE (which will connect in this case It will be on La2 of TVE, at 4:05 p.m.) and also on MAX.

The stages will also be visible by Teledeporte and the website, RTVE Play. The entire French Grand Tour will also be available to watch to Eurosport (Eurosport 1 on the web, Eurosport Player), which will be responsible for offering all the stages of the most important cycling competition in the world. In addition, you will be able to see by ETB1 in the Basque Country.

The channels of Eurosport 1 HD y Eurosport 2 HD can also be seen through the DAZN platform. You can follow all the information about the race live on the Mundo Deportivo website.

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