September 28, 2022

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Did I miss Vive le Velo?  Watch the best broadcast clips here |  Vive le Vélo - July 19, 2022

Did I miss Vive le Velo? Watch the best broadcast clips here | Vive le Vélo – July 19, 2022

The last of the three days of rest are over, and the peloton has already got a foretaste of what awaits them in the coming days at the Foix stage: the Pyrenees. At Vive le Vélo Karl guests were greeted by Serge Bowles and brothers Alec and Luke Sigert. The last episode? do not worry. You’ll find the regular sections and the full broadcast here.

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Martin Vangramburn Card: Wolfpack’s Team Doctor Philip Jansen

Sami Nirink visits 4-time tour winner Chris Froome

Turistic: Visiting Feathermaker Yannick Delples

Martin Vangramburne with stage winner Hugo Holly

A talk show in which Karl Vanukerke and his guests look back on the day of the last tour. Sami Nirink is here again for peloton belly reports or great stories along the tour’s itinerary. And of course the “Touristique” section for bringing a touch of France into the Flemish living room cannot be missed. Guests are Serge Pauwels, Alec Segaert and Loïc Segaert.

Watch this program on VRT NU

ride Date Riding type Beginning of the End the total winner leader
1 Single time trial Copenhagen – Copenhagen 13.2 km Lambert Lambert
2 road racing Roskilde – Nyborg 199.2 km Jacobsen from art
3 road racing Vejle – Sonderborg 182 km green roads from art
4 road racing Dunkirk – Calais 171.5 km from art from art
5 road racing Lille – Arenberg 157 km Clark from art
6 road racing Bench – Longue 219.9 km Pojakar Pojakar
7 road racingsemi-mountainous stage Tomblin – La Planche des Belles Filles 176.3 km Pojakar Pojakar
8 road racingsemi-mountainous stage Dole – Lausanne 186.3 km from art Pojakar
9 road racingsemi-mountainous stage Eagle – Chatelaw 192.9 km the jungle Pojakar
10 road racingsemi-mountainous stage Morzine – Megève 145.1 km Kurt Pojakar
11 road racingmountain stage Albertville – Col de Granon 151.7 km Vingguard Vingguard
12 road racingmountain stage Briancon – Alpes d’Huez 165.1 km Bidcock Vingguard
13 road racingsemi-mountainous stage Le Bourg-d’Oisans – Saint-Etienne 192.6 km Pedersen Vingguard
14 road racingsemi-mountainous stage Saint-Etienne – Mendia 192.5 km Matthews Vingguard
15th road racingsemi-mountainous stage Rodez – Carcassonne 202.5 km philipsin Vingguard
16 road racingsemi-mountainous stage Carcassonne – Foix 178.5 km huh Vingguard
17 road racingmountain stage Saint-Gaudens – Pyragodes 129.7 km
18 road racingmountain stage Lourdes – Otakam 143.2 km
19 road racing Castelnau-Magnoac – Cahors 188.3 km
20 Single time trial La Capel Marival – Rocamadour 40.7 km
21 road racing Paris La Defense Stadium – Paris 115.6 km
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