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25/04/2024

FROM MAY 8 TO MAY 12, L’ÉTAPE DU TOUR DE FRANCE CONNECTÉE 2024 CELEBRATES WOMEN'S ACHIEVEMENTS IN SPORT ON STRAVA!

 

L’Étape du Tour de France connectée 2024 highlights women's achievements in sports with a distance of 108.6 km this year, in honor of the 1 086 women who participated in L’Étape du Tour de France 2023!


25/10/2023

TACKLE THE CHALLENGES OF THE NICE REGION

Key points:

The 32nd edition of L’Étape du Tour de France will take place on 7 th July 2024, between Nice and the Col de la Couillole pass.

138 km with 4,600 m of climbing over four passes are on the programme.

This stage allows you to enjoy the Tour de France experience on the leading cyclosportive in Europe and the only one on closed roads.

Ride through the heart of the Métropole Nice-Côte-d’Azur region, in the tracks of the greatest riders, from Louison Bobet to Primoz Roglic.

Registration opens on Tuesday 31st October at 16.00 on the time to platform.


09/07/2023

IN THE HEART OF THE LEGEND!

Key points

  • 16,000 entrants in the 31stedition of L'Étape du Tour de France, held between Annemasse and Morzine
  • Artus Jaladeau (FRA) and Martina Sáblíková (CZE) come out on top
  • 92 nationalities on the start line and 45% of first-timers
  • Biathletes on the French national team crack the top 300
  • A shining accomplishment for amateurs and great champions alike

09/07/2023

ARTUS JALADEAU AND MARTINA SABLIKOVA COME OUT ON TOP

On Sunday, 9 July, the Frenchman Artus Jaladeau won the 31st edition of L'Étape du Tour de France, held between Annemasse to Morzine on the course that awaits the pro peloton of the Tour de France next Saturday. At the end of a 157 km course through the Haute Savoie with a total elevation gain of 4,100 metres, he dispatched the Swiss Dimitri Bussard with an attack in the final kilometre of the Col de Joux Plane. The Czech three-time Olympic gold medallist in speed skating, Martina Sáblíková, claimed the women's race.