September 30, 2023

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Rest day in the Tour: 2 Belgians among the most combative riders in Week 1 |  Tour de France

Rest day in the Tour: 2 Belgians among the most combative riders in Week 1 | Tour de France

After 9 tough and sometimes hectic days of racing, the riders are ready for their first rest day in the Tour de France. All news from France can be found on this page.

  1. 13:48 Philipsen looks back on a successful first week: “Keep focused and don’t miss any points”.

    Philipsen recalls a successful first week: “Keep focused and don’t miss any points”

  2. 13:48 Peloton catches its breath in Clermont-Ferrand: coffee ride for Jumbo-Visma, Pogacar on time trial bike.

    Peloton catches its breath in Clermont-Ferrand: coffee ride for Jumbo-Visma, Pogacar on time trial bike

  3. 12 hours 56.
  4. 12:45pm Van der Poel and his teammates start the coffee round in the unique Poulidor jersey.

    Van der Poel and his teammates started the coffee ride in a Fred Poulidor jersey

  5. 12:25. Pogacar’s rest day means riding on the time trial bike: “No rest yet.”

    Pogacar rest day means time trial bike ride: ‘No rest yet’

  6. 12 noon 19.
  7. 12:05 a.m. Jumbo-Visma prepares for coffee ride: autographs and selfies signed.

    Jumbo-Visma is getting ready for a coffee ride: signing autographs and selfies

  8. 11 am. 21. Van Aert was also nominated for Assistant of the Week. Since this year there is also a new Tour de France election with ‘Helper of the Week’ and Wout van Aert is also one of the favorites to win in the first week. Van Aert is one of 4 candidates, along with Mathieu van der Poel, Emanuel Buchmann and Michael Mørkøv. .
  9. 11:00. Campenaerts and Van Aert are nominated for Fight Week 1. The rest day is also Super Combativity for the Tour’s first evaluation moment. According to the ASO, 9 riders stand out in the first week, including two Belgians with Wout van Aert and Victor Campenaerts. Surfers can vote via Twitter, actually retweet, and the contestant with the most votes is automatically selected for the Super Combativity elections in the round. Rivals for Van Aert and Campenaerts are: Anthony Turges, Laurent Pichon, Pierre Latour, Anthony Delaplace, Simone Guglielmi, Nelson Pauwels and Mathieu Jorgenson. .
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