July 29th, 2019

Tour de France Report

The overall general classification of Tour de France is won by Egan Bernal who became the third youngest winner of all time.

Bernal, at the age of 22, rode into history by becoming first ever Colombian to win the Tour, and the youngest ever winner of the yellow jersey since its inception 100 years ago. The newly crowned champion is the eighth cycler in Tour de France who topped the podium without winning any stage. The Team Ineos rider is followed by his British teammate Graint Thomas, and Steven Kruijswijk of the Netherlands representing Team Jumbo-Visma, in the overall general classification.

In the Tour starting on the 6th of July and finishing on the 28th, Movistar won the team classification, with Trek-Segafredo second and Team Ineos in the third position.

The stage winners of Tour de France 2019 are as follows:

6 July (194.5km): Mike Teunissen, Netherlands
7 July (27.6km - Team Time Trial): Jumbo-Visma, Netherlands
8 July (215km): Julian Alaphilippe, France
9 July (213.5km): Elia Viviani, Italy
10 July (175.5km): Peter Sagan, Slovakia
11 July (160.5 km): Dylan Teuns, Belgium
12 July (230km): Dylan Groenewegen, Netherlands
13 July (200km): Thomas De Gendt, Belgium
14 July (170.5km): Daryl Impey, South Africa
15 July (217.5km): Wout van Aert, Belgium
16 July: Rest day
17 July (167km): Caleb Ewan, Australia
18 July (209.5km): Simon Yates, Great Britain
19 July (27.2km - Individual Time Trial): Julian Alaphilippe, France
20 July (117.5km): Thibaut Pinot, France
21 July (185km): Simon Yates, Great Britain
22 July: Rest day
23 July (177km): Caleb Ewan, Australia
24 July (200km): Matteo Trentin, Italy
25 July (208km): Nairo Quintana, Colombia
26 July (126.5km): No stage winner; stopped at 89th km due to weather conditions
27 July (130km - Shortened to 59.5km’ye due to weather): Vincenzo Nibali, Italy
28 July (128km): Caleb Ewan, Australia