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Tour de France 2023: Second rest day

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Jonas Vingegaard, Jumbo-Visma, is leading the Tour de France's general classification after Stage 15.

Tour de France stage 15 saw Wout Poels, Bahrain Victorious, winning the 179km mountain stage ahead of Wout Van Aert, Jumbo-Visma, and Mathieu Burgaudeaus, Total Energies. 

After covering fifteen stages and 2606.9km, Jonas Vingegaard, Jumbo-Visma, is leading the general classification and wears the yellow jersey for stage 16 on Tuesday, after Tour de France’s second rest day this Monday.

Below you can check the top 3 cyclists for each stage and the general classification after stage 15:

Stage 1

  1. Adam Yates, UAE Team Emirates, 4:22:49
  2. Simon Yates, Team Jayco Alula, +0:04
  3. Tadej Pogacar, UAE Team Emirates, +0:12 

Stage 2

  1. Victor Lafay, Cofidis, 4:46:39
  2. Wout Van Aert, Jumbo-Visma, +0:00
  3. Tadej Pogacar, UAE Team Emirates, +0:00

Stage 3

  1. Jasper Philipsen, Alpecin-Deceuninck, 4:43:15
  2. Phil Bauhaus, Bahrain Victorious, +0:00
  3. Caleb Ewan, Lotto Dstny, +0:00

Stage 4

  1. Jasper Philipsen, Alpecin-Deceuninck, 4:25:28
  2. Caleb Ewan, Lotto Dstny, +0:00
  3. Phil Bauhaus, Bahrain Victorious, +0:00

Stage 5

  1. Jai Hindley, Bora-Hansgrohe, 3:57:07
  2. Giulio Ciccone, Lidl-Trek, +0:32
  3. Felix Gall, Ag2r Citroen Team, +0:32

Stage 6

  1. Tadej Pogacar, UAE Team Emirates, 3:54:27
  2. Jonas Vingegaard, Jumbo-Visma, +0:24
  3. Tobias Halland Johannessen, Uno-X Pro Cycling Team, +1:22

Stage 7

  1. Jasper Philipsen, Alpecin-Deceuninck, 3:46:28
  2. Mark Cavendish, Astana Qazaqstan Team, +0:00
  3. Biniam Girmay, Intermarché-Circus-Wanty, +0:00

Stage 8

  1. Mads Pedersen, Lidl-Trek, 4:12:26
  2. Jasper Philipsen, Alpecin-Deceuninck, +0:00
  3. Wout Van Aert, Jumbo-Visma, +0:00

Stage 9

  1. Michael Woods, Israel-Premier Tech, 4:19:41
  2. Pierre Latour, Total Energies, +0:28
  3. Matej Mohoric, Bahrain Victorious, +0:35

Stage 10

  1. Pello Bilbao Lopez de Armentia, Bahrain Victorious, 3:52:34
  2. Georg Zimmermann, Intermarché – Circus – Wanty, +0:00
  3. Ben O’Connor, Ag2r Citroen Team, +0:00

Stage 11

  1. Jasper Philipsen, Alpecin-Deceuninck, 4:01:07
  2. Dylan Groenewegen, Team Jayco Alula, +0:00
  3. Phil Bauhaus, Bahrain Victorious, +0:00

Stage 12

  1. Ion Izagirre Insausti, Cofidis, 3:51:42
  2. Mathieu Burgaudeau, Total Energies, +0:58
  3. Matteo Jorgenson, Movistar Team, +0:58

Stage 13

  1. Michal Kwiatkowski, Ineos Grenadiers, 3:17:33
  2. Maxim Van Gils, Lotto Dstny, +0:47
  3. Tadej Pogacar, UAE Team Emirates, +0:50

Stage 14

  1. Carlos Rodriguez Cano, Ineos Grenadiers, 3:58:45
  2. Tadej Pogacar, UAE Team Emirates, +0:05
  3. Jonas Vingegaard, Jumbo-Visma, +0:05

Stage 15

  1. Wout Poels, Bahrain Victorious, 4:40:45
  2. Wout Van Aert, Jumbo-Visma, +2:08
  3. Mathieu Burgaudeaus, Total Energies, +3:00

General Classification (after Stage 15)

  1. Jonas Vingegaard, Jumbo-Visma, 62:34:27
  2. Tadej Pogacar, UAE Team Emirates, +0:10
  3. Carlos Rodriguez Cano, Ineos Grenadiers, +5:21

Sprint jersey after Stage 15

  1. Jasper Philipsen, Team Alpecin-Deceuninck, 323 points 
  2. Mads Pedersen, Lidl-Trek, 179 points
  3. Bryan Coquard, Cofidis, 1178 points

Climb jersey after Stage 15

  1. Giulio Ciccone, Lidl-Trek, 58 points
  2. Neilson Powless, EF Education – Easypost, 58 points
  3. Jonas Vingegaard, Jumbo-Visma, 54 points

Youth jersey after Stage 15

  1. Tadej Pogacar, UAE Team Emirates, 62:34:27
  2. Carlos Rodriguez Cano, Ineos Grenadiers, +5:11
  3. Felix Gall, Ag2r Citroen Team, +14:29

Team Ranking after Stage 15

  1. Jumbo-Visma, 188:22:03
  2. Ineos Grenadiers, +3:22
  3. UAE Team Emirates, +7:39

Tomorrow, Tuesday, July 18, the Tour is back with Stage 16, a 22.4km individual time trial from Passy to Combloux. 

For complete results, click here.

Tour de France – All Stages

  • 01.07.2023 Stage 1 – Bilbao – Bilbao 182km
  • 02.07.2023 Stage 2 – Vitoria-Gasteiz – San Sebastian 208.9km
  • 03.07.2023 Stage 3 – Amorebieta-Etxano – Bayonne 187.4km
  • 04.07.2023 Stage 4 – Dax – Nogaro 181.8km
  • 05.07.2023 Stage 5 – Pau – Laruns 162.7km 
  • 06.07.2023 Stage 6 – Tarbes – Cauterets-Cambasque 144.9km
  • 07.07.2023 Stage 7 – Mont-de-Marsan – Bordeaux 169.9km
  • 08.07.2023 Stage 8 – Libourne – Limoges 200.7km
  • 09.07.2023 Stage 9 – Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat – Puy de Dôme 182.4km
  • 10.07.2023 Rest day 
  • 11.07.2023 Stage 10 – Vulcania – Issoire 167.2km
  • 12.07.2023 Stage 11 – Clermont-Ferrand – Moulins 179.8km
  • 13.07.2023 Stage 12 – Roanne – Belleville-en-Beaujolais 168.8km
  • 14.07.2023 Stage 13 – Châtillon-sur-Chalaronne – Grand Colombier 137.8km
  • 15.07.2023 Stage 14 – Annemasse – Morzine Les Portes du Soleil 151.8km
  • 16.07.2023 Stage 15 – Les Gets Les Portes du Soleil – Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc 179km
  • 17.07.2023 Rest day
  • 18.07.2023 Stage 16 – Passy – Combloux 22.4km
  • 19.07.2023 Stage 17 – Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc – Courchevel 165.7km
  • 20.07.2023 Stage 18 – Moûtiers – Bourg-en-Bresse 184.9km
  • 21.07.2023 Stage 19 – Moirans-en-Montagne – Poligny 172.8km
  • 22.07.2023 Stage 20 – Belfort – Le Markstein Fellering 133.5km
  • 23.07.2023 Stage 21 – Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines – Paris Champs-Élysées 115.1km

Tour de France – All Stages – Course Map

Tour de France 2023 All Stages. Image: © Tour de France

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