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2020 Tour de France

107th edition: June 27-July 19 Aug 29-Sept 20, 2020

Stage 18: September 17, 2020

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Thursday, September 17: Stage 18, Méribel - La Roche sur Foron, 175 km

Stage 18 map & profile | Stage 18 photos

Kwiatkowski and Carapaz

INEOS Grenadiers teammates Michael Kwiatkowski and Richard Carapaz cross the finish together. Photo: ASO

MountainsRated ascents:

Weather at the finish at La Roche-sur-Foron at 1:20 PM, local time: 27C (80F), sunny, with the wind from the north at 11 km/hr (7 mph). There is a 10% chance of rain and thunderstorms

Race organizer's stage 18 preview: GC duellists Primoz Roglic and Tadej Pogacar insisted atop the col de la Loze that the Tour is not over. In fact, stage 18 is likely to shake up the different rankings. In the following order, the peloton will head up to the Cormet de Roselend, then the Col des Saisies followed by Les Aravis and finally the Plateau des Glières, a key location of the French Resistance. At least, it’ll be the stage to determine the King of the Mountains. Pogacar is in the polka dot jersey but climbers who are no longer in contention for the yellow jersey will be eager to break...

The race: Though the peloton left from Méribel, to keep the riders safe, there was a 21.5 km downhill neutral zone for the official start at Moutiers. The official start was given to the Tour's remianing 150 racers at 12:31. After about an hour of racing, Andrée Greipel (Israel Start-Up Nation), who has won 11 Tour stages, abandonded.

Here is the race organizer's stage 18 summary:

First and second at La Roche-sur-Foron, the first European town to have installed public electricity lights back in 1885, Michal Kwiatkowski and Richard Carapaz crossed the line and that order but celebrated the triumph together.

It’s the first Tour de France stage victory for Ineos, coming after the last one under the colours of Team Sky by Geraint Thomas at L’Alpe d’Huez in 2018. Kwiatkowski’s last victory was the 2018 Tour de Pologne. This is the first Tour de France stage win for the 2014 world champion turned a domestique until the withdrawal of defending champion Egan Bernal.

150 riders started stage 17 at Méribel. 32 riders managed to go clear before the intermediate sprint at Aime, km 14: Jonathan Castroviejo, Richard Carapaz, Michal Kwiatkowski, Dylan Van Baarle (Ineos Grenadiers), Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe), Nans Peters (Ag2r La Mondiale), Sam Bennett, Bob Jungels (Deceuninck-Quick Step), Rudy Molard, Sébastien Reichenbach (Groupama-FDJ), Pello Bilbao (Bahrain-McLaren), Alberto Bettiol, Tejay Van Garderen (EF Education First), Dayer Quintana (Arkéa-Samsic), Dario Cataldo, Nelson Oliveira, José Joaquín Rojas, Carlos Verona (Movistar Team), Simon Geschke, Matteo Trentin (CCC Team), Nicolas Edet, Jesús Herrada (Cofidis), Luis León Sánchez (Astana Pro Team), Jasper de Buyst, Thomas de Gendt (Lotto-Soudal), Krists Neilands (Israel Start-Up Nation), Michael Gogl, Michael Valgren (NTT Pro Cycling), Nikias Arndt, Marc Hirschi, Soren Kragh Andersen, Nicolas Roche (Team Sunweb).

B&B Hotels-Vital Concept, one of the six teams who weren’t represented at the front, pulled the peloton. Bennett won the intermediate sprint over Trentin and Sagan to increase his lead in the points classification.

The sprinters lost contact in the climb to Cormet de Roselend (km 46). At the top, 19 riders formed the front group, including Damiano Caruso (Bahrain-McLaren) who had bridged the gap by himself while Julian Alaphilippe and Rémi Cavagna (Deceuninck-Quick Step), Lennard Kämna (Bora-Hansgrohe), Romain Sicard (Total Direct Energie), Quentin Pacher and Pierre Rolland (B&B Hotels-Vital) had tried but failed to do so. Hirschi outsprinted Carapaz to take 10 points in the KOM competition. They forged on and were eventually rejoined at the front by Edet, Kwiatkowski and Bilbao. Edet was first to get dropped 3km before the summit of Les Saisies (km 91) where Hirschi outsprinted Carapaz once again but the Frenchman from Cofidis made it back to the front just after the Swiss crashed as he tried to follow the Equatorian who sped up in the descent.

Up to col des Aravis (km 117.5), Nairo Quintana (Arkéa-Samsic) was the first top climber dropped by the yellow jersey group that had a 7’30’’ deficit at the bottom of the second last categorized climb. Edet was dropped again and overhauled by Hirschi. The Swiss neophyte was close (25’’) to making it across on the way up to col des Saisies but he eventually paid for the side effects of his crash. Therefore, Carapaz could make the best of his offensive attitude in search of the polka dot jersey.

In the Montée du Plateau des Glières, the Ineos duo (Carapaz-Kwiatkowski) dropped Bilbao 3.5km before the summit. Mikel Landa (Bahrain-McLaren) rode away from the yellow jersey group but he got brought back just before the summit as Pogacar attacked to score some KOM points. Richie Porte (Trek-Segafredo) punctures on the gravel section of Plateau des Glières. It took him 20km to make it back to the yellow jersey group as the last ten kilometres were looming and only two riders remained ahead of them. Carapaz and Kwiatkowski rode the last 27km together.

They shared their celebration with the crowd in the last 800 metres. Logically, Kwiatkowski took the win while Carapaz moved into the lead of the KOM competition with two points more than Pogacar. Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) made sure that none of Primoz Roglic’s rivals took the time bonus of the third place so the Slovenian retained the yellow jersey with the same advantage over his three closest adversaries meanwhile Landa entered the top 5.

Complete Results:

Stage 18 photos

175 kilometers raced at an average speed of 36.515 km/hr

1 MICHAL KWIATKOWSKI INEOS GRENADIERS 4hr 47min 33sec
2 RICHARD CARAPAZ INEOS GRENADIERS s.t.
3 WOUT VAN AERT JUMBO-VISMA @ 1min 51sec
4 PRIMOŽ ROGLIC JUMBO-VISMA 1' 53''
5 TADEJ POGACAR UAE TEAM EMIRATES s.t.
6 RICHIE PORTE TREK-SEGAFREDO 1' 54''
7 ENRIC MAS MOVISTAR s.t.
8 MIKEL LANDA BAHRAIN-MCLAREN s.t.
9 DAMIANO CARUSO BAHRAIN-MCLAREN s.t.
10 TOM DUMOULIN JUMBO-VISMA s.t.
11 SEPP KUSS JUMBO-VISMA s.t.
12 MIGUEL ANGEL LOPEZ ASTANA s.t.
13 MARC HIRSCHI TEAM SUNWEB 2' 04''
14 PELLO BILBAO BAHRAIN-MCLAREN s.t.
15 SIMON GESCHKE CCC TEAM 4' 32''
16 NANS PETERS AG2R LA MONDIALE s.t.
17 ADAM YATES MITCHELTON-SCOTT 4' 34''
18 GUILLAUME MARTIN COFIDIS s.t.
19 RIGOBERTO URAN EF PRO CYCLING s.t.
20 ALEJANDRO VALVERDE MOVISTAR s.t.
21 LUIS LEÓN SANCHEZ ASTANA s.t.
22 SÉBASTIEN REICHENBACH GROUPAMA-FDJ s.t.
23 DANIEL FELIPE MARTINEZ EF PRO CYCLING s.t.
24 JAN HIRT CCC TEAM s.t.
25 WARREN BARGUIL ARKEA-SAMSIC s.t.
26 MARC SOLER MOVISTAR 4' 41''
27 CARLOS VERONA MOVISTAR s.t.
28 ESTEBAN CHAVES MITCHELTON-SCOTT 5' 10''
29 KENNY ELISSONDE TREK-SEGAFREDO 6' 55''
30 RUDY MOLARD GROUPAMA-FDJ s.t.
31 PIERRE ROLLAND B&B HOTELS-VITAL CONCEPT s.t.
32 THOMAS DE GENDT LOTTO SOUDAL 8' 41''
33 MIKAEL CHEREL AG2R LA MONDIALE 9' 11''
34 BOB JUNGELS DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP 9' 19''
35 ALEXEY LUTSENKO ASTANA 10' 40''
36 VALENTIN MADOUAS GROUPAMA-FDJ 13' 11''
37 ALEXIS VUILLERMOZ AG2R LA MONDIALE s.t.
38 THIBAUT PINOT GROUPAMA-FDJ s.t.
39 NICOLAS EDET COFIDIS s.t.
40 NIKLAS EG TREK-SEGAFREDO s.t.
41 HUGO HOULE ASTANA s.t.
42 JESUS HERRADA COFIDIS 13' 23''
43 JAN POLANC UAE TEAM EMIRATES 13' 28''
44 HUGH JOHN CARTHY EF PRO CYCLING 14' 07''
45 DAVID DE LA CRUZ UAE TEAM EMIRATES 17' 09''
46 PIERRE LUC PERICHON COFIDIS 19' 27''
47 MICHAEL SCHÄR CCC TEAM s.t.
48 EMANUEL BUCHMANN BORA-HANSGROHE s.t.
49 FELIX GROSSSCHARTNER BORA-HANSGROHE s.t.
50 GORKA IZAGUIRRE INSAUSTI ASTANA s.t.
51 OMAR FRAILE ASTANA s.t.
52 IMANOL ERVITI MOVISTAR s.t.
53 ROBERT GESINK JUMBO-VISMA s.t.
54 CONNOR SWIFT ARKEA-SAMSIC s.t.
55 TIESJ BENOOT TEAM SUNWEB s.t.
56 NELSON OLIVEIRA MOVISTAR s.t.
57 VEGARD STAKE LAENGEN UAE TEAM EMIRATES s.t.
58 JONATHAN CASTROVIEJO INEOS GRENADIERS s.t.
59 HAROLD TEJADA ASTANA s.t.
60 CASPER PHILLIP PEDERSEN TEAM SUNWEB s.t.
61 ANDREY AMADOR INEOS GRENADIERS s.t.
62 LENNARD KÄMNA BORA-HANSGROHE s.t.
63 MATEJ MOHORIC BAHRAIN-MCLAREN s.t.
64 WOUTER POELS BAHRAIN-MCLAREN s.t.
65 DYLAN VAN BAARLE INEOS GRENADIERS 21' 17''
66 JACK BAUER MITCHELTON-SCOTT s.t.
67 ANTHONY TURGIS TOTAL DIRECT ENERGIE 22' 14''
68 ROMAIN SICARD TOTAL DIRECT ENERGIE s.t.
69 QUENTIN PACHER B&B HOTELS-VITAL CONCEPT 25' 39''
70 GEORGE BENNETT JUMBO-VISMA s.t.
71 JASPER STUYVEN TREK-SEGAFREDO 28' 18''
72 OLIVER NAESEN AG2R LA MONDIALE s.t.
73 NIKIAS ARNDT TEAM SUNWEB s.t.
74 CHRISTOPHER JUUL JENSEN MITCHELTON-SCOTT 28' 28''
75 JOSÉ ROJAS MOVISTAR 28' 51''
76 DARIO CATALDO MOVISTAR s.t.
77 MAXIMILIAN SCHACHMANN BORA-HANSGROHE s.t.
78 DAYER QUINTANA ARKEA-SAMSIC s.t.
79 DANIEL OSS BORA-HANSGROHE s.t.
80 ALESSANDRO DE MARCHI CCC TEAM s.t.
81 LUKAS PÖSTLBERGER BORA-HANSGROHE s.t.
82 JENS KEUKELEIRE EF PRO CYCLING s.t.
83 DARYL IMPEY MITCHELTON-SCOTT s.t.
84 PETER SAGAN BORA-HANSGROHE s.t.
85 KÉVIN LEDANOIS ARKEA-SAMSIC s.t.
86 NICOLAS ROCHE TEAM SUNWEB s.t.
87 TEJAY VAN GARDEREN EF PRO CYCLING s.t.
88 NAIRO QUINTANA ARKEA-SAMSIC s.t.
89 MICHAEL HUNDAHL VALGREN NTT PRO CYCLING s.t.
90 MADS PEDERSEN TREK-SEGAFREDO s.t.
91 TOMS SKUJINS TREK-SEGAFREDO s.t.
92 LUKA MEZGEC MITCHELTON-SCOTT s.t.
93 JONAS KOCH CCC TEAM s.t.
94 SØREN KRAGH ANDERSEN TEAM SUNWEB s.t.
95 ALBERTO BETTIOL EF PRO CYCLING 31' 23''
96 MATTEO TRENTIN CCC TEAM s.t.
97 CYRIL GAUTIER B&B HOTELS-VITAL CONCEPT 31' 25''
98 GREG VAN AVERMAET CCC TEAM s.t.
99 MATTHIEU LADAGNOUS GROUPAMA-FDJ s.t.
100 BEN HERMANS ISRAEL START-UP NATION s.t.
101 JASPER DE BUYST LOTTO SOUDAL s.t.
102 RÉMI CAVAGNA DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP s.t.
103 KRISTS NEILANDS ISRAEL START-UP NATION s.t.
104 WINNER ANACONA ARKEA-SAMSIC s.t.
105 SONNY COLBRELLI BAHRAIN-MCLAREN s.t.
106 CLÉMENT RUSSO ARKEA-SAMSIC s.t.
107 GEOFFREY SOUPE TOTAL DIRECT ENERGIE s.t.
108 TOM VAN ASBROECK ISRAEL START-UP NATION s.t.
109 DANIEL MARTIN ISRAEL START-UP NATION s.t.
110 NEILSON POWLESS EF PRO CYCLING s.t.
111 MAXIMILIAN WALSCHEID NTT PRO CYCLING s.t.
112 NILS POLITT ISRAEL START-UP NATION s.t.
113 RYAN GIBBONS NTT PRO CYCLING s.t.
114 TIM DECLERCQ DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP s.t.
115 MARCO MARCATO UAE TEAM EMIRATES s.t.
116 HUGO HOFSTETTER ISRAEL START-UP NATION s.t.
117 BRYAN COQUARD B&B HOTELS-VITAL CONCEPT s.t.
118 CYRIL BARTHE B&B HOTELS-VITAL CONCEPT s.t.
119 MAXIME CHEVALIER B&B HOTELS-VITAL CONCEPT s.t.
120 BENOIT COSNEFROY AG2R LA MONDIALE s.t.
121 MATHIEU BURGAUDEAU TOTAL DIRECT ENERGIE s.t.
122 CLÉMENT VENTURINI AG2R LA MONDIALE s.t.
123 TONY MARTIN JUMBO-VISMA s.t.
124 PAVEL SIVAKOV INEOS GRENADIERS s.t.
125 MARCO HALLER BAHRAIN-MCLAREN 31' 32''
126 KÉVIN REZA B&B HOTELS-VITAL CONCEPT s.t.
127 CALEB EWAN LOTTO SOUDAL s.t.
128 KASPER ASGREEN DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP s.t.
129 JULIAN ALAPHILIPPE DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP s.t.
130 LUKE ROWE INEOS GRENADIERS s.t.
131 MICHAEL MØRKØV DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP s.t.
132 GUY NIV ISRAEL START-UP NATION s.t.
133 ALEXANDER KRISTOFF UAE TEAM EMIRATES s.t.
134 EDVALD BOASSON HAGEN NTT PRO CYCLING s.t.
135 FABIEN GRELLIER TOTAL DIRECT ENERGIE s.t.
136 DRIES DEVENYNS DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP s.t.
137 SAM BENNETT DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP s.t.
138 NICCOLÒ BONIFAZIO TOTAL DIRECT ENERGIE s.t.
139 AMUND GRØNDAHL JANSEN JUMBO-VISMA s.t.
140 ELIA VIVIANI COFIDIS s.t.
141 SIMONE CONSONNI COFIDIS s.t.
142 EDWARD THEUNS TREK-SEGAFREDO s.t.
143 CHRISTOPHE LAPORTE COFIDIS s.t.
144 MICHAEL GOGL NTT PRO CYCLING s.t.
145 ROGER KLUGE LOTTO SOUDAL s.t.
146 FREDERIK FRISON LOTTO SOUDAL s.t.
147 JORIS NIEUWENHUIS TEAM SUNWEB s.t.
148 ROMAN KREUZIGER NTT PRO CYCLING s.t.
149 CEES BOL TEAM SUNWEB s.t.

Yellow JerseyGC after stage 18:

3,157.5 kilometers raced so far at an average speed of 39.588 km/hr

1 PRIMOŽ ROGLIC JUMBO-VISMA 79hr 45min 30sec
2 TADEJ POGACAR UAE TEAM EMIRATES @ 57sec
3 MIGUEL ANGEL LOPEZ ASTANA 1' 27''
4 RICHIE PORTE TREK-SEGAFREDO 3' 06''
5 MIKEL LANDA BAHRAIN-MCLAREN 3' 28''
6 ENRIC MAS MOVISTAR 4' 19''
7 ADAM YATES MITCHELTON-SCOTT 5' 55''
8 RIGOBERTO URAN EF PRO CYCLING 6' 05''
9 TOM DUMOULIN JUMBO-VISMA 7' 24''
10 ALEJANDRO VALVERDE MOVISTAR 12' 12''
11 DAMIANO CARUSO BAHRAIN-MCLAREN 12' 31''
12 GUILLAUME MARTIN COFIDIS 13' 16''
13 RICHARD CARAPAZ INEOS GRENADIERS 17' 48''
14 WARREN BARGUIL ARKEA-SAMSIC 28' 03''
15 SEPP KUSS JUMBO-VISMA 35' 54''
16 PELLO BILBAO BAHRAIN-MCLAREN 53' 33''
17 NAIRO QUINTANA ARKEA-SAMSIC 57' 49''
18 PIERRE ROLLAND B&B HOTELS-VITAL CONCEPT 1h 00' 13''
19 CARLOS VERONA MOVISTAR 1h 11' 30''
20 WOUT VAN AERT JUMBO-VISMA 1h 19' 57''
21 MARC SOLER MOVISTAR 1h 26' 54''
22 GORKA IZAGUIRRE INSAUSTI ASTANA 1h 27' 52''
23 SÉBASTIEN REICHENBACH GROUPAMA-FDJ 1h 30' 51''
24 KENNY ELISSONDE TREK-SEGAFREDO 1h 31' 32''
25 MIKAEL CHEREL AG2R LA MONDIALE 1h 32' 24''
26 ESTEBAN CHAVES MITCHELTON-SCOTT 1h 33' 35''
27 VALENTIN MADOUAS GROUPAMA-FDJ 1h 36' 32''
28 DANIEL FELIPE MARTINEZ EF PRO CYCLING 1h 52' 29''
29 MICHAL KWIATKOWSKI INEOS GRENADIERS 1h 55' 35''
30 THIBAUT PINOT GROUPAMA-FDJ 1h 56' 21''
31 GEORGE BENNETT JUMBO-VISMA 2h 01' 53''
32 ROMAIN SICARD TOTAL DIRECT ENERGIE 2h 04' 56''
33 LUIS LEÓN SANCHEZ ASTANA 2h 07' 02''
34 ALEXIS VUILLERMOZ AG2R LA MONDIALE 2h 09' 01''
35 LENNARD KÄMNA BORA-HANSGROHE 2h 11' 18''
36 JULIAN ALAPHILIPPE DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP 2h 11' 36''
37 HUGH JOHN CARTHY EF PRO CYCLING 2h 11' 54''
38 EMANUEL BUCHMANN BORA-HANSGROHE 2h 13' 24''
39 RUDY MOLARD GROUPAMA-FDJ 2h 19' 58''
40 JONATHAN CASTROVIEJO INEOS GRENADIERS 2h 22' 03''
41 ROBERT GESINK JUMBO-VISMA 2h 23' 53''
42 DANIEL MARTIN ISRAEL START-UP NATION 2h 25' 17''
43 JAN POLANC UAE TEAM EMIRATES 2h 26' 38''
44 BOB JUNGELS DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP 2h 27' 50''
45 JESUS HERRADA COFIDIS 2h 29' 05''
46 HAROLD TEJADA ASTANA 2h 30' 10''
47 HUGO HOULE ASTANA 2h 30' 59''
48 ALEXEY LUTSENKO ASTANA 2h 34' 27''
49 NICOLAS EDET COFIDIS 2h 38' 58''
50 SIMON GESCHKE CCC TEAM 2h 39' 40''
51 NIKLAS EG TREK-SEGAFREDO 2h 42' 58''
52 MARC HIRSCHI TEAM SUNWEB 2h 43' 57''
53 GREG VAN AVERMAET CCC TEAM 2h 46' 05''
54 QUENTIN PACHER B&B HOTELS-VITAL CONCEPT 2h 47' 00''
55 THOMAS DE GENDT LOTTO SOUDAL 2h 47' 29''
56 MAXIMILIAN SCHACHMANN BORA-HANSGROHE 2h 57' 48''
57 NEILSON POWLESS EF PRO CYCLING 2h 57' 49''
58 NELSON OLIVEIRA MOVISTAR 2h 57' 56''
59 DYLAN VAN BAARLE INEOS GRENADIERS 3h 00' 50''
60 OMAR FRAILE ASTANA 3h 08' 31''
61 SØREN KRAGH ANDERSEN TEAM SUNWEB 3h 09' 44''
62 NICOLAS ROCHE TEAM SUNWEB 3h 15' 49''
63 ALBERTO BETTIOL EF PRO CYCLING 3h 18' 13''
64 FELIX GROSSSCHARTNER BORA-HANSGROHE 3h 19' 37''
65 NANS PETERS AG2R LA MONDIALE 3h 19' 45''
66 OLIVER NAESEN AG2R LA MONDIALE 3h 22' 01''
67 WINNER ANACONA ARKEA-SAMSIC 3h 23' 44''
68 JAN HIRT CCC TEAM 3h 24' 20''
69 BEN HERMANS ISRAEL START-UP NATION 3h 30' 46''
70 JOSÉ ROJAS MOVISTAR 3h 30' 56''
71 MICHAEL HUNDAHL VALGREN NTT PRO CYCLING 3h 31' 17''
72 MICHAEL SCHÄR CCC TEAM 3h 33' 35''
73 DAVID DE LA CRUZ UAE TEAM EMIRATES 3h 37' 07''
74 JASPER STUYVEN TREK-SEGAFREDO 3h 38' 37''
75 ANDREY AMADOR INEOS GRENADIERS 3h 40' 01''
76 IMANOL ERVITI MOVISTAR 3h 40' 25''
77 TIESJ BENOOT TEAM SUNWEB 3h 41' 06''
78 MATEJ MOHORIC BAHRAIN-MCLAREN 3h 41' 25''
79 CYRIL GAUTIER B&B HOTELS-VITAL CONCEPT 3h 43' 00''
80 TOMS SKUJINS TREK-SEGAFREDO 3h 44' 05''
81 DARIO CATALDO MOVISTAR 3h 44' 33''
82 VEGARD STAKE LAENGEN UAE TEAM EMIRATES 3h 47' 02''
83 MATTEO TRENTIN CCC TEAM 3h 50' 08''
84 JACK BAUER MITCHELTON-SCOTT 3h 56' 04''
85 PETER SAGAN BORA-HANSGROHE 4h 02' 52''
86 MICHAEL GOGL NTT PRO CYCLING 4h 03' 45''
87 KRISTS NEILANDS ISRAEL START-UP NATION 4h 04' 33''
88 PIERRE LUC PERICHON COFIDIS 4h 07' 01''
89 PAVEL SIVAKOV INEOS GRENADIERS 4h 07' 14''
90 JENS KEUKELEIRE EF PRO CYCLING 4h 09' 46''
91 TEJAY VAN GARDEREN EF PRO CYCLING 4h 11' 09''
92 LUKA MEZGEC MITCHELTON-SCOTT 4h 13' 56''
93 DAYER QUINTANA ARKEA-SAMSIC 4h 15' 11''
94 CASPER PHILLIP PEDERSEN TEAM SUNWEB 4h 16' 17''
95 MATTHIEU LADAGNOUS GROUPAMA-FDJ 4h 16' 22''
96 SONNY COLBRELLI BAHRAIN-MCLAREN 4h 17' 58''
97 DARYL IMPEY MITCHELTON-SCOTT 4h 18' 21''
98 DRIES DEVENYNS DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP 4h 19' 12''
99 CYRIL BARTHE B&B HOTELS-VITAL CONCEPT 4h 20' 17''
100 TOM VAN ASBROECK ISRAEL START-UP NATION 4h 24' 07''
101 ALESSANDRO DE MARCHI CCC TEAM 4h 27' 34''
102 CHRISTOPHER JUUL JENSEN MITCHELTON-SCOTT 4h 28' 23''
103 KÉVIN LEDANOIS ARKEA-SAMSIC 4h 28' 52''
104 EDVALD BOASSON HAGEN NTT PRO CYCLING 4h 30' 39''
105 CLÉMENT VENTURINI AG2R LA MONDIALE 4h 30' 45''
106 JORIS NIEUWENHUIS TEAM SUNWEB 4h 32' 30''
107 DANIEL OSS BORA-HANSGROHE 4h 32' 38''
108 ROMAN KREUZIGER NTT PRO CYCLING 4h 34' 22''
109 CONNOR SWIFT ARKEA-SAMSIC 4h 34' 26''
110 ANTHONY TURGIS TOTAL DIRECT ENERGIE 4h 38' 19''
111 CHRISTOPHE LAPORTE COFIDIS 4h 39' 11''
112 MARCO MARCATO UAE TEAM EMIRATES 4h 39' 37''
113 WOUTER POELS BAHRAIN-MCLAREN 4h 42' 45''
114 SIMONE CONSONNI COFIDIS 4h 47' 47''
115 BENOIT COSNEFROY AG2R LA MONDIALE 4h 51' 52''
116 FABIEN GRELLIER TOTAL DIRECT ENERGIE 4h 52' 15''
117 HUGO HOFSTETTER ISRAEL START-UP NATION 4h 55' 59''
118 KASPER ASGREEN DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP 4h 56' 13''
119 RÉMI CAVAGNA DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP 4h 56' 14''
120 EDWARD THEUNS TREK-SEGAFREDO 4h 56' 34''
121 TONY MARTIN JUMBO-VISMA 4h 56' 48''
122 MADS PEDERSEN TREK-SEGAFREDO 5h 02' 57''
123 RYAN GIBBONS NTT PRO CYCLING 5h 03' 11''
124 JONAS KOCH CCC TEAM 5h 03' 30''
125 NILS POLITT ISRAEL START-UP NATION 5h 03' 46''
126 GEOFFREY SOUPE TOTAL DIRECT ENERGIE 5h 04' 14''
127 TIM DECLERCQ DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP 5h 05' 17''
128 BRYAN COQUARD B&B HOTELS-VITAL CONCEPT 5h 06' 04''
129 LUKAS PÖSTLBERGER BORA-HANSGROHE 5h 06' 43''
130 AMUND GRØNDAHL JANSEN JUMBO-VISMA 5h 09' 10''
131 NIKIAS ARNDT TEAM SUNWEB 5h 09' 28''
132 MATHIEU BURGAUDEAU TOTAL DIRECT ENERGIE 5h 14' 55''
133 LUKE ROWE INEOS GRENADIERS 5h 15' 28''
134 MICHAEL MØRKØV DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP 5h 17' 16''
135 ALEXANDER KRISTOFF UAE TEAM EMIRATES 5h 20' 16''
136 CLÉMENT RUSSO ARKEA-SAMSIC 5h 21' 06''
137 KÉVIN REZA B&B HOTELS-VITAL CONCEPT 5h 21' 07''
138 ELIA VIVIANI COFIDIS 5h 21' 56''
139 MAXIMILIAN WALSCHEID NTT PRO CYCLING 5h 22' 43''
140 GUY NIV ISRAEL START-UP NATION 5h 24' 08''
141 MAXIME CHEVALIER B&B HOTELS-VITAL CONCEPT 5h 25' 46''
142 CEES BOL TEAM SUNWEB 5h 29' 50''
143 SAM BENNETT DECEUNINCK-QUICK STEP 5h 30' 16''
144 NICCOLÒ BONIFAZIO TOTAL DIRECT ENERGIE 5h 32' 25''
145 JASPER DE BUYST LOTTO SOUDAL 5h 34' 26''
146 MARCO HALLER BAHRAIN-MCLAREN 5h 36' 39''
147 CALEB EWAN LOTTO SOUDAL 5h 40' 59''
148 FREDERIK FRISON LOTTO SOUDAL 5h 51' 10''
149 ROGER KLUGE LOTTO SOUDAL 5h 55' 48''

Stage 18 map & profile:

2020 Tour de France stage 18 map

Stage 18 map

2020 Tour de France stage 18 profile

Stage 18 profile

Stage 18 photos by Fotoreporter Sirotti:

Thomas De Gendt

Leading a break, Thomas De Gendt puts some muscle into it.

Robert Gesink

Robert Gesink leads the peloton. GC leader Roglic is the 5th rider back.

Panorama

Looks like a lovely day for a bike race.

Jonathan Castroviejo

Jonathan Castroviejo

Richard Carapaz and Michael Kwiatkowski

Richard Carapaz and Michael Kwiatkowski know they've got the stage won.

teammates Michael Kwiatkowski and Richard Carapaz cross the finish togethe

Teammates Michael Kwiatkowski and Richard Carapaz cross the finish together

Primoz Roglic

Primoz Roglic finishes the stage with KOM Tadej Pogacar right on his wheel.

Primoz Roglic

Primoz Roglic has just three more stages to go...

Richard Carapaz

Richard Carapaz is the new King of the Mountains.

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