May 28, 2024

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Did you miss Vive le Velo? Watch the best clips from the episode here Viv Le Philo

Vive le Vélo went to secret company tonight. Actors Tom Waes and Frank Lammers, who play lead roles in the well-known fantasy series, are joined by Karl Vannieuwkerke. Julien Dehor was the analyst on duty. Watch the best clips from the episode here.

View the comprehensive summary of Flight 12

Martin Vangramburn’s map: Jasper Vike, trainer of Archaea Samsik

Sammy Nirenc is following in the footsteps of Tom Weiss and Frank Lammers

Victor Campinaerts in Martin Vangramburn

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The Stories Behind Theater Winner Ion Izagiri

A talk show in which Carl Vanyukerke and his guests look back on the last day of the tour. Sammy Neyrinck provides reports from the belly of the peloton or great stories along the Tour route. Guests are Julien Dehor, Tom Weiss, and Frank Lammers.

Tour de France Categories

Tour de France

Riding date Beginning of the End riding type the total winner leader

1

01/07 Bilbao – Bilbao

182 km

Adam Yates

2

02/07 Vitoria-Gasteiz – San Sebastian

207.3 km

Adam Yates

3

03/07 Amorebieta-Etxano – Bayonne

193.5 km

Adam Yates

4

04/07 Dax Nogaro

181.8 km

Adam Yates

5

05/07 Bao Laruns

162.7 km

Jay Hindley

6

06/07 Tarbes-Cauterets-Kampasque

144.9 km

Jonas Fingergaard

7

07/07 Mont-de-Marsan – Bordeaux

169.9 km

Jonas Fingergaard

8

08/07 Libourne Limoges

200.7 km

Jonas Fingergaard

9

07/09 Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat – Puy de Dome

182.4 km

Jonas Fingergaard
Rest day 7/10

10

7/11 Vulcania – bracelet

167.2 km

Jonas Fingergaard

11

7/12 Clermont-Ferrand – Moulins

179.3 km

Jonas Fingergaard

12

7/13 Roanne – Belleville en Beaujolais

168.8 km

Jonas Fingergaard

13

7/14 Chatillon-sur-Chalaronne – Col du Grand Colombier

137.8 km

14

7/15 Anmas – Morzine

151.8 km

15

7/16 Les Gets – Le Bettex

179 km

Rest day 7/17

16

7/18 Basi Complex

22.4 km

17

7/19 Saint Gervais Mont Blanc – Courchevel

165.7 km

18

7/20 Moûtiers – Bourg-en-Bresse

184.9 km

19

7/21 Moirans-en-Montagne – Poligny

172.8 km

20

7/22 Belfry – Le Markstein

133.5 km

21

7/23 Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines – Paris

115.1 km

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