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IN THE HEART OF THE LEGEND!
- 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
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.
L'ÉTAPE DU TOUR DE FRANCE STARTS NOW
- Start village at Stade Henri Jeantet in Annemasse on Friday, 7 and Saturday, 8 July — free admission
- Over 70 exhibitors showcasing their latest cycling products and services and offering expert advice
- Free secure bicycle parking where visitors can drop off their bicycles to enjoy the village
- Two days of free activities for a fun experience
- Press accreditation is open on the dedicated platform
CHAMPIONS FLOCK TO L'ÉTAPE DU TOUR DE FRANCE
- The 31st edition of L'Étape du Tour de France, the ultimate cycling challenge in Europe and the only one held on closed roads, will take place between Annemasse and Morzine (157 km, 4,100 m of D+) on 9 July.
- L'Étape du Tour de France draws champions from various sports
- Alexandre Lloveras, who won the gold medal in tandem at the Tokyo Paralympics, is lining up for his second participation
- Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque turns out in force with almost 300 riders for a cause
Press accreditation is open on the dedicated platform
WRITE YOUR OWN LEGEND
- The 31st edition of L’Étape du Tour de France will take place in the heart of jaw-dropping landscapes on Sunday, 9 July 2023, six days before stage 14 of the Tour de France.
- The 157 km course packs an elevation gain of 4,100 metres and five climbs, including the hors catégorie Col de Joux Plane.
- The ultimate cyclosportive event is held on closed roads and in the same conditions as the pro race.
D-60: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW
SEE YOU ON STRAVA FROM 13 TO 16 APRIL FOR L’ÉTAPE DU TOUR DE FRANCE CONNECTÉE 2023
- The 31stedition of L’Étape du Tour de France will be held on Sunday, 9 July 2023 on the same routes as stage 14 of the Tour de France, stretching for 152 km from Annemasse to Morzine for a total altitude gain of 4,100 metres.
- Five mountain passes will test the peloton on the roads to the finish line in Morzine, including the hors catégorie col de Joux Plane.
- Registration opens on the time to platform at 4 pm on Wednesday, 2 November.
AUSTRIAN STEFAN KIRCHMAIR AND BRAZILIAN FLAVIA OLIVEIRA TRIUMPH
Four days before the pack of elite riders tackle this stage, the participants on the 30th edition of l’étape du tour de france enjoyed the majestic scenery between briançon and alpe d’huez along a legendary route in the tour de france’s history. On completion of the 167 km distance and 4,700 metres of climbing, tackled in high temperatures, austrian stefan kirchmair won with a time of 5:17:27. In the women’s race, brazilian flavia oliveira tasted victory with a time of 6:31:58.