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  • 1 PIDCOCK Thomas *
  • 2 HEIDUK Kim *
  • 3 KWIATKOWSKI Michał
  • 4 NARVÁEZ Jhonatan
  • 5 SHEFFIELD Magnus * (DNF #5)
  • 6 SWIFT Connor
  • 7 TULETT Ben *

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  • 11 GALL Felix *
  • 12 BERTHET Clément
  • 13 CHEREL Mikaël
  • 14 DEWULF Stan
  • 15 HÄNNINEN Jaakko
  • 16 SCHÄR Michael (DNS #7)
  • 17 VENTURINI Clément

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 21 GROVES Kaden *
  • 22 DILLIER Silvan
  • 23 GOGL Michael
  • 24 HERMANS Quinten
  • 25 KRAGH ANDERSEN Søren
  • 26 MEURISSE Xandro
  • 27 SBARAGLI Kristian

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 31 LUTSENKO Alexey (DNS #4)
  • 32 BASSO Leonardo
  • 33 BATTISTELLA Samuele *
  • 34 FELLINE Fabio
  • 35 PRONSKIY Vadim * (DNS #4)
  • 36 TEJADA Harold
  • 37 VELASCO Simone

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 41 BILBAO Pello (DNS #7)
  • 42 ARNDT Nikias (DNS #7)
  • 43 MACIEJUK Filip * (DNS #7)
  • 44 MÄDER Gino (DNF #5)
  • 45 MIHOLJEVIĆ Fran * (DNS #7)
  • 46 PRICE-PEJTERSEN Johan * (DNS #7)
  • 47 TIBERI Antonio * (DNS #7)

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 51 SCHACHMANN Maximilian
  • 52 FABBRO Matteo
  • 53 HALLER Marco
  • 54 HIGUITA Sergio
  • 55 KOCH Jonas
  • 56 MEEUS Jordi *
  • 57 UIJTDEBROEKS Cian *

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 61 IZAGIRRE Ion
  • 62 ALLEGAERT Piet
  • 63 COQUARD Bryan (DNS #8)
  • 64 GESCHKE Simon
  • 65 LASTRA Jonathan
  • 66 RENARD Alexis *
  • 67 ROCHAS Rémy

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 71 URÁN Rigoberto
  • 72 BISSEGGER Stefan *
  • 73 HONORÉ Mikkel Frølich
  • 74 POWLESS Neilson
  • 75 RUTSCH Jonas *
  • 76 SCULLY Tom (DNS #7)
  • 77 VAN DEN BERG Julius (DNS #7)

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 81 KÜNG Stefan (DNS #7)
  • 82 DÉMARE Arnaud (DNS #7)
  • 83 GRÉGOIRE Romain *
  • 84 PACHER Quentin
  • 85 SCOTSON Miles (DNS #7)
  • 86 STORER Michael
  • 87 WATSON Samuel *

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 91 GIRMAY Biniam * (DNS #7)
  • 92 CALMEJANE Lilian (DNS #7)
  • 93 COSTA Rui (DNS #7)
  • 94 DE POOTER Dries * (DNS #7)
  • 95 PETIT Adrien (DNS #7)
  • 96 SMITH Dion (DNS #7)
  • 97 TEUNISSEN Mike (DNS #7)

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 101 VAN AERT Wout
  • 102 BOUWMAN Koen
  • 103 DENNIS Rohan (DNS #7)
  • 104 GESINK Robert
  • 105 KELDERMAN Wilco
  • 106 OOMEN Sam
  • 107 VAN DIJKE Mick *

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 111 ARANBURU Alex
  • 112 GARCÍA CORTINA Iván
  • 113 IZAGIRRE Gorka
  • 114 NORSGAARD Mathias (DNF #5)
  • 115 LAZKANO Oier *
  • 116 MAS Lluís
  • 117 SERRANO Gonzalo

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 121 EVENEPOEL Remco *
  • 122 ASGREEN Kasper
  • 123 CATTANEO Mattia
  • 124 KNOX James
  • 125 MERLIER Tim
  • 126 SCHMID Mauro * (DNS #7)
  • 127 VAN LERBERGHE Bert

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 131 LOUVEL Matis * (DNS #7)
  • 132 BARRÉ Louis * (DNF #5)
  • 133 COSTIOU Ewen *
  • 134 LE BERRE Mathis *
  • 135 MCLAY Daniel (DNS #7)
  • 136 MOZZATO Luca * (DNS #8)
  • 137 PONOMAR Andrii *

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 141 BARDET Romain
  • 142 BITTNER Pavel *
  • 143 DINHAM Matthew *
  • 144 FLYNN Sean *
  • 145 HAMILTON Chris
  • 146 MAYRHOFER Marius * (DNF #5)
  • 147 VERMAERKE Kevin *

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 151 SOBRERO Matteo
  • 152 ENGELHARDT Felix *
  • 153 BERHE Welay Hagos *
  • 154 JUUL-JENSEN Christopher
  • 155 MAAS Jan
  • 156 O'BRIEN Kelland *
  • 157 SCOTSON Callum

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 161 SKJELMOSE Mattias *
  • 162 BARONCINI Filippo *
  • 163 BERNARD Julien
  • 164 GALLOPIN Tony
  • 165 MOSCA Jacopo
  • 166 SIMMONS Quinn * (DNS #7)
  • 167 THEUNS Edward

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 171 AYUSO Juan *
  • 172 BAX Sjoerd
  • 173 BENNETT George (DNS #5)
  • 174 COVI Alessandro *
  • 175 FISHER-BLACK Finn *
  • 176 HIRSCHI Marc * (DNS #7)
  • 177 VINE Jay (DNF #4)

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 181 TEUNS Dylan
  • 182 FUGLSANG Jakob (DNS #8)
  • 183 HOLLENSTEIN Reto
  • 184 HOULE Hugo
  • 185 IMPEY Daryl (DNS #7)
  • 186 NEILANDS Krists (DNS #7)
  • 187 SCHULTZ Nick (DNS #7)

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 191 VAN EETVELT Lennert * (DNS #7)
  • 192 ADAMIETZ Johannes *
  • 193 BEULLENS Cedric (DNS #4)
  • 194 EENKHOORN Pascal
  • 195 KRON Andreas *
  • 196 MONIQUET Sylvain * (DNS #7)
  • 197 SCHWARZMANN Michael

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 201 HOWSON Damien
  • 202 BRAMBILLA Gianluca (DNF #2)
  • 203 CALZONI Walter *
  • 204 DONOVAN Mark *
  • 205 HAGEN Carl Fredrik
  • 206 LUDVIGSSON Tobias
  • 207 ZUKOWSKY Nickolas *

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 211 SAGAN Peter
  • 212 BODNAR Maciej
  • 213 CABOT Jérémy
  • 214 FERRON Valentin *
  • 215 MANZIN Lorrenzo
  • 216 OSS Daniel
  • 217 OURSELIN Paul

tour de suisse participants 2023

  • 221 VOISARD Yannis * (DNS #7)
  • 222 ERIKSSON Jacob * (DNS #7)
  • 223 KAMP Alexander (DNS #7)
  • 224 KLUCKERS Arthur * (DNS #7)
  • 225 REICHENBACH Sébastien (DNS #7)
  • 226 SUTER Joel * (DNS #7)
  • 227 THALMANN Roland (DNS #7)
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Tour of Switzerland 2023

8 stages • 11-06-2023 -> 18-06-2023.

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Skjelmose Jensen, Mattias

Eenkhoorn, pascal, van aert, wout, ag2r citroen team.

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Einsiedeln (SUI) -> Einsiedeln (SUI)

11-06-2023 • 12.7 kms

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Beromünster (SUI) -> Nottwil (SUI)

12-06-2023 • 173.7 kms

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Tafers (SUI) -> Villars-sur-Ollon (SUI)

13-06-2023 • 143.8 kms

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Monthey (SUI) -> Leukerbad (SUI)

14-06-2023 • 152.5 kms

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Fiesch (SUI) -> La Punt (SUI)

15-06-2023 • 211.0 kms

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La Punt (SUI) -> Oberwil-Lieli (SUI)

16-06-2023 • 215.3 kms

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Tübach (SUI) -> Weinfelden (SUI)

17-06-2023 • 162.7 kms

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St.Gallen (SUI) -> Abtwil (SUI)

18-06-2023 • 25.7 kms

Astana Qazaqstan Team

Soudal - quick step, groupama - fdj, bahrain - victorious, lotto dstny, movistar team, jayco alula, ef education - easypost, dsm-firmenich, jumbo - visma, ineos grenadiers, lidl - trek, bora - hansgrohe, arkéa - samsic, intermarché - circus - wanty, q36.5 pro cycling team, total energies, alpecin - deceuninck, israel - premier tech, uae team emirates, tudor pro cycling team, when it began to dispute this race.

The first time was in the year 1933 and this edition is number 86

How many kilometers are covered? And stages?

1196 kms are covered in a total of 8 stage/s

What day begins? How long does it last?

It starts on 11-06-2023 in Einsiedeln and ends on 18-06-2023 in Abtwil

How many teams and cyclists participate?

A total of 161 cyclists and 23 teams . Click on this link to see more

What UCI category does this race have?

UCI World Tour (Various stages) 2.UWT

What company or organizer manages it?

Information, related races.

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SUI • 12-06-2022 -> 19-06-2022

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FRA • 04-06-2023 -> 11-06-2023

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Tour de Suisse 2023 : Equipes et coureurs engagés

Tour de Suisse 2023 équipes et coureurs engagés

Découvrez le liste des coureurs engagés sur le Tour de Suisse 2023. Au départ de cette 86e édition figurent notamment les noms de Stefan Küng, Wout van Aert, Remco Evenepoel le champion du monde sur route, Romain Bardet, Arnaud Démare et tellement d’autres participants de rang mondial. Tous sont au départ de l’épreuve Helvète dans le cadre de leur préparation au prochain Tour de France.

La liste des coureurs et des équipes est mise à jour au fur et à mesure que les formations communiquent les noms de leurs partants présents au départ. Retrouvez toutes les informations sur la course en  cliquant ici . Chaque jour une mise à jour est effectuée avec les abandons et leurs motifs.

Les abandons de la course : cliquer ici ( à venir ) Vidéo résumé de chacune des étapes : cliquer ici

Les dernières actualités du Tour de Suisse 2023 : cliquer ici Consulter les archives du Tour de Suisse : cliquer ici

Tour de Suisse 2023 : Liste des participants

Ce sont 23 équipes de 7 coureurs qui sont présentes au départ de ce Tour de Suisse 2023.

INEOS Grenadiers 🟢 1 – PIDCOCK Thomas 2 – HEIDUK Kim 3 – KWIATKOWSKI Michal 4 – NARVAEZ Jhonatan 5 – SHEFFIELD Magnus 6 – SWIFT Connor 7 – TULETT Ben

AG2R Citroën Team 🟢 11 – GALL Felix 12 – BERTHET Clément 13 – CHEREL Mikaël 14 – DEWULF Stan 15 – HANNINEN Jaakko 16 – SCHAR Michael 17 – VENTURINI Clément

Alpecin-Deceuninck 🟢 21 – GROVES Kaden 22 – DILLIER Silvan 23 – GOGL Michael 24 – HERMANS Quinten 25 – KRAGH ANDERSEN Soren 26 – MEURISSE Xandro 27 – SBARAGLI Kristian

Astana Qazaqstan Team 🟢 31 – LUTSENKO Alexey 32 – BASSO Leonardo 33 – BATTISTELLA Samuele 34 – FELLINE Fabio 35 – PRONSKIY Vadim 36 – TEJADA Harold 37 – VELASCO Simone

Bahrain – Victorious 🟢 41 – BILBAO Pello 42 – ARNDT Nikias 43 – MACIEJUK Filip 44 – MADER Gino 45 – MIHOLJEVIC Fran 46 – PRICE-PEJTERSEN Johan 47 – TIBERI Antonio

BORA – hansgrohe 🟢 51 – SCHACHMANN Maximilian 52 – FABBRO Matteo 53 – HALLER Marco 54 – HIGUITA Sergio 55 – KOCH Jonas 56 – MEEUS Jordi 57 – UIJTDEBROEKS Cian

Cofidis 🟢 61 – IZAGIRRE Ion 62 – ALLEGAERT Piet 63 – COQUARD Bryan 64 – GESCHKE Simon 65 – LASTRA Jonathan 66 – RENARD Alexis 67 – ROCHAS Rémy

EF Education-EasyPost 🟢 71 – URAN Rigoberto 72 – BISSEGGER Stefan 73 – HONORÉ Mikkel Frolich 74 – POWLESS Neilson 75 – RUTSCH Jonas 76 – SCULLY Tom 77 – VAN DEN BERG Julius

Groupama – FDJ 🟢 81 – KUNG Stefan 82 – DÉMARE Arnaud 83 – GRÉGOIRE Romain 84 – PACHER Quentin 85 – SCOTSON Miles 86 – STORER Michael 87 – WATSON Samuel

Intermarché – Circus – Wanty 🟢 91 – GIRMAY Biniam 92 – CALMEJANE Lilian 93 – COSTA Rui 94 – DE POOTER Dries 95 – PETIT Adrien 96 – SMITH Dion 97 – TEUNISSEN Mike

Jumbo-Visma 🟢 101 – VAN AERT Wout 102 – BOUWMAN Koen 103 – DENNIS Rohan 104 – GESINK Robert 105 – KELDERMAN Wilco 106 – OOMEN Sam 107 – VAN DIJKE Mick

Movistar Team 🟢 111 – ARANBURU Alex 112 – GARCIA CORTINA Ivan 113 – IZAGIRRE Gorka 114 – NORSGAARD Mathias 115 – LAZKANO Oier 116 – MAS Lluis 117 – SERRANO Gonzalo

Soudal – Quick Step 🟢 121 – EVENEPOEL Remco 122 – ASGREEN Kasper 123 – CATTANEO Mattia 124 – KNOX James 125 – MERLIER Tim 126 – SCHMID Mauro 127 – VAN LERBERGHE Bert

Team Arkéa Samsic 🟢 131 – LOUVEL Matis 132 – BARRÉ Louis 133 – COSTIOU Ewen 134 – LE BERRE Mathis 135 – MCLAY Daniel 136 – MOZZATO Luca 137 – PONOMAR Andrii

Team DSM 🟢 141 – BARDET Romain 142 – BITTNER Pavel 143 – DINHAM Matthew 144 – FLYNN Sean 145 – HAMILTON Chris 146 – MAYRHOFER Marius 147 – VERMAERKE Kevin

Team Jayco AlUla 🟢 151 – SOBRERO Matteo 152 – ENGELHARDT Felix 153 – BERHE Welay Hagos 154 – JUUL-JENSEN Christopher 155 – MAAS Jan 156 – O’BRIEN Kelland 157 – SCOTSON Callum

Trek – Segafredo 🟢 161 – SKJELMOSE Mattias 162 – BARONCINI Filippo 163 – BERNARD Julien 164 – GALLOPIN Tony 165 – MOSCA Jacopo 166 – SIMMONS Quinn 167 – THEUNS Edward

UAE Team Emirates 🟢 171 – AYUSO Juan 172 – BAX Sjoerd 173 – BENNETT George 174 – COVI Alessandro 175 – FISHER-BLACK Finn 176 – HIRSCHI Marc 177 – VINE Jay

Israel – Premier Tech 🟢 181 – TEUNS Dylan 182 – FUGLSANG Jakob 183 – HOLLENSTEIN Reto 184 – HOULE Hugo 185 – IMPEY Daryl 186 – NEILANDS Krists 187 – SCHULTZ Nick

Lotto Dstny 🟢 191 – VAN EETVELT Lennert 192 – ADAMIETZ Johannes 193 – BEULLENS Cedric 194 – EENKHOORN Pascal 195 – KRON Andreas 196 – MONIQUET Sylvain 197 – SCHWARZMANN Michael

Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team 🟢 201 – HOWSON Damien 202 – BRAMBILLA Gianluca 203 – CALZONI Walter 204 – DONOVAN Mark 205 – HAGEN Carl Fredrik 206 – LUDVIGSSON Tobias 207 – ZUKOWSKY Nickolas

TotalEnergies 🟢 211 – SAGAN Peter 212 – BODNAR Maciej 213 – CABOT Jérémy 214 – FERRON Valentin 215 – MANZIN Lorrenzo 216 – OSS Daniel 217 – OURSELIN Paul

Tudor Pro Cycling Team 🟢 221 – VOISARD Yannis 222 – ERIKSSON Jacob 223 – KAMP Alexander 224 – KLUCKERS Arthur 225 – REICHENBACH Sébastien 226 – SUTER Joel 227 – THALMANN Roland

Légendes : ET : étape / AB : abandon / NP : non partant

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2023 Tour de Suisse. Race Center - TV, Startlist, Profile & Previews

From the 11th to the 18th of June the World Tour peloton races Switzerland's main race. It is the Tour de Suisse , which features eight stages that fits all types of riders and is the final main race before the Tour de France.

In this article you can find a wrap-up of all the information needed to know for the Tour de Romandie. It includes previews, startlist, profile, prize money TV Guide as well as all the relevant information for the race. Follow all news related to the race here .

Departure and arrival times (estimated CET) of the stages

- June 11 - Stage 1: Einsiedeln - Einsiedeln, 12.7km. From 2:25 p.m. to 5:20 p.m.

- June 12 - Stage 2: Beromünster - Nottwil, 173.7km. From 1:05 p.m. to 4:50 p.m.

- June 13 - Stage 3: Tafers - Villars-sur-Ollon, 143.8km. From 1:40 p.m. to 5:20 p.m.

- June 14 - Stage 4: Monthey - Leukerbad, 152.5km. From 12:40 p.m. to 4:35 p.m.

- June 15 - Stage 5: Fiesch - La Punt, 211km. From 10:43 a.m. to 4:35 p.m.

- June 16 - Stage 6: La Punt - Oberwil-Lieli, 215.3km. From 10:48 a.m. to 4:20 p.m.

- June 17 - Stage 7: Tübach - Weinfelden, 162.7km. From 12:15 p.m. to 4:35 p.m.

- June 18 - Stage 8: St.Gallen - Abtwil, 25.7km. From 1:45 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

PREVIEW | Tour de Suisse 2023 - Evenepoel a GC favourite; Van Aert, Pidcock and Girmay feature in star-studded lineup

Final startlist tour de suisse with evenepoel, ayuso, van aert, pidcock, bilbao, uran, bardet, sagan and girmay.

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PREVIEW | Tour de Suisse 2023 stage 1 - Time-trial battle with Evenepoel, van Aert, Küng, Bissegger and Sheffield to attribute first yellow jersey

Preview | tour de suisse 2023 stage 2 - wout van aert and tim merlier among big favourites for windy bunch sprint, preview | tour de suisse 2023 stage 3 - evenepoel's first climbing test since giro d'italia abandon, preview | tour de suisse 2023 stage 4 - skjelmose leads race into explosive summit finish, preview | tour de suisse 2023 stage 5 - yellow jersey battle continues among evenepoel, skjelmose and gall, preview | tour de suisse 2023 stage 6 - hilly day provides opportunity for breakaway and puncheurs, preview | tour de suisse 2023 stage 7 - hilly day open for classics riders, reduced bunch sprint possible as wout van aert seeks first win, preview | tour de suisse 2023 stage 8 - evenepoel, ayuso and skjelmose to fight for race win on hilly time-trial, read more about:, place comments.

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Tour de Suisse 2023 : Parcours, startlist et Favoris

Le Tour de Suisse fêtera sa 86ème édition en 2023 et s'élancera le 11 Juin prochain. Véritable condensé de montagne, l'épreuve jouera comme à son habitude le rôle de répétition générale avant le Tour de France, qui s'élancera quelques jours plus tard.

Preview Tour de Suisse 2023

Habituellement moins bien garni que le Dauphiné en termes de grand leader, le Tour de Suisse aura cette année une superbe starlist au départ. Pogacar préférant le Tour de Slovénie, bon nombre de candidats au podium du Tour de France se retrouvent dans les Alpes Suisses.

L'histoire du Tour de Suisse

Pour célébrer son 50e anniversaire en 1933, la Fédération suisse des cyclistes et motocyclistes (SRB) lance le Tour de Suisse. Succès immédiat puisque cette première édition attire un demi-million de spectateurs sur les bords de la route. Si l'histoire de la course est riche en rebondissements et autres vainqueurs prestigieux, ces dernières années ont été mouvementées. Après la disparition de la société de marketing sportif IMG (2014), l'organisateur Infront-Ringier a obtenu le contrat jusqu’en 2029, mais l’agence s’est retirée après seulement cinq événements. La course est maintenant organisée par quatre parties sous la construction de Cycling Unlimited AG. La course fait partie du circuit UCI WorldTour et comprend, depuis 2021, une épreuve féminine.

L'épreuve se déroule traditionnellement en juin et attire les coureurs se préparant pour le Tour de France. A l'instar du Critérium du Dauphiné, le Tour de Suisse offre des étapes de haute montagne ainsi qu'un ou deux contre-la-montre individuels, selon les années. La course consacre ainsi un coureur spécialiste des courses par étapes. Si le Tour de Suisse a longtemps proposé 9 étapes, ce n'est plus le cas en 2023. Huit étapes seront donc au programme pour les coureurs cette année.

Question palmarès, c'est la Suisse qui détient le plus grand nombre de victoires finales (17) devant l'Italie (16) et la Belgique (8). Les plus grands coureurs s'y sont imposés, tels que Gino Bartali, Hugo Koblet, Jan Ullrich ou encore Egan Bernal. Côté Français, seuls Gaspard Rinaldi (1935) et Christophe Agnolutto (1997) se sont imposés sur l'épreuve.

Victoires finales

Pasquale Fornara x4

Hugo Koblet, Ferdi Kübler, Rui Costa x3

Record de victoires d'étapes

Peter Sagan x17

Fabian Cancellara x11

Parcours et profil des étapes du Tour de Suisse 2023

Retour aux sources en 2023 avec deux chronos, contre un seul l'an passé, et trois étapes de montagne. Il faudra être vite dans le coup, car la montagne sera concentrée sur 4 jours, de la 3e à la 6e étape. Le contre-la-montre final sera favorable aux rouleurs, à l'inverse de l'an dernier. Il faudra donc être un coureur complet pour s'imposer.

Carte Tour de Suisse 2023

11 Juin - Etape 1 : EINSIEDELN – EINSIEDELN - 12.7km

Un poil long pour les sprinteurs appréciant les prologues, ce chrono tout plat est parfait pour les gros rouleurs. Un match entre Bissegger, à domicile, Van Aert et Evenepoel. On mise sur le Suisse de notre côté

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12 Juin - Etape 2 : BEROMÜNSTER – NOTTWIL - 174 km

Même si elle est particulièrement vallonnée, l'étape devrait revenir à un sprinteur passant bien les bosses. On pense à Girmay par exemple ou Van Aert.

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13 Juin - Etape 3 : TAFERS – VILLARS-SUR-OLLON - 144 km

Première étape de montagne et première arrivée au sommet. Les favoris du CG se joueront la victoire. Petite pièce sur Ayuso.

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14 Juin - Etape 4 : MONTHEY – LOÈCHE-LES-BAINS - 153 km

Avec un final difficile mais pas assez pour faire des écarts, cette étape est adaptée au grimpeurs baroudeurs qui auront perdu un peu de temps la veille.

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15 Juin - Etape 5 : FIESCH – LA PUNT - 211 km

Il peut y avoir différente lecture. L'échappée devrait être formé de costaud, faisant la différence dans le Furkapass. Mais la vallée pourrait permettre aux équipes de leaders de mettre en marche et se jouer la victoire dans le col HC final.

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16 Juin - Etape 6 : LA PUNT – OBERWIL-LIELI - 215 km

Occasion unique pour les puncheurs de se jouer la victoire. Pléthores de prétendants mais un gros favoris : Van Aert.

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17 Juin - Etape 7 : TÜBACH – WEINFELDEN - 163 km

Honneurs aux baroudeurs sur cette 7e étape, à la veille du gros chrono.

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18 Juin - Etape 8 : SAINT-GALL – ABTWIL - 26 km

Le chrono final va décider du classement général. Les écarts au départ seront normalement assez rapproché. Vu sa performance en Romandie, Ayuso devrait être à l'aise du côté des favoris. Evidemment le favori sur cette distance est Remco Evenepoel mais attention à Van Aert qui peut doubler voir tripler la mise.

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Les favoris du Tour de Suisse 2023

++++ Ayuso , Evenepoel

+++ Vine, Powless, Bardet, Bilbao

++ Skjelmose, Pidcock, Uijtebroecks, Kelderman, Higuita, Izagirre

+ Lutsenko, Mäder, Gall, Sobrero, Guerreiro, Van Eetvelt, Van Aert, Fuglsang, Costa

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Hello and welcome to the Cycling News live coverage of the 2023 Tour de Suisse.

While the Critérium du Dauphiné reaches its conclusion in the Alps of France today, a second set of riders line up at the Tour de Suisse, many of whom will be testing their legs ahead of the Tour de France, which begins in 20 days.

Among the competitors vying for GC glory in Switzerland over the next 8 days are Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-QuickStep), Juan Ayuso and Jay Vine of UAE Team Emirates, Romain Bardet (Team DSM), Wilco Kelderman and Tobias Foss (Jumbo Visma), Rigoberto Uran (EF Education-EasyPost), Pello Bilbao (Bahrain Victorious) and Sergio Higuita (Bora-hansgrohe).

In addition to the GC contenders, there are a great many other top name riders lining up to take on the race, including Wout Van Aert (Jumbo-Visma), Tom Pidcock (Ineos Grenadiers), Biniam Girmay (Intermarché-Circus-Wanty), Arnaud Démare (Groupama-FDJ), and Peter Sagan (Team TotalEnergies).

But today is one for the time trial specialists. While it exceeds the distance traditionally denoting a Prologue, it’s still a very short, fast course, taking in a distance of 12.7km around the town of Einsiedeln.

The route is very slightly undulating but without any major obstacles. It travels in a loop, taking the riders across the Sihlsee lake, and back along the lake shore toward the finish line, not far from the start in Einsiedeln. It should not take the riders much more than around 15 minutes, and the margins will be narrow at the end of the day.

The first rider off the ramp will be Ineos Grenadiers’ Connor Swift, at 14.25 CET (13.25 BST).

There are a great many time trial specialists on the start list who will be looking to launch their Tour de Suisse with a victory. Perhaps the favourite for the day is Remco Evenepoel. The Belgian reaffirmed his enviable skill against the clock at the Giro d’Italia, where he won both of the time trial stages before he was forced to retire following a positive covid-19 test.

This is the rider’s first race since the illness, so he will be looking to test himself and set a strong time in a bid to win the race for the first time, on his second appearance.

He will face stiff competition today from other time trial specialists such as Wout Van Aert, Stefan Kung, and Tobias Foss. It's the first time the two Belgian time trialling giants will meet outside of a Championships.

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The first riders of the day are out on the course. They will set off at one minute intervals and, as this is the first stage of the race, the start times were pre-selected by the riders and teams, rather than being determined by the general classification.

As Connor Swift heads for the finish line, several other riders are behind him on the course looking to set the fastest early time and take a seat in the hot seat. Riders currently on course including Marco Haller (Team DSM), Romain Gregoire (Groupama-FDJ), Biniam Girmay (Intermarche-Circus-Wanty) and Koen Bouwman (Jumbo-Visma).

Other riders who will hope to challenge for the stage win today include the UAE Team Emirates pairing of Jay Vine and Juan Ayuso. The team have worked hard on their time trialling and this has paid off in recent months, with wins for Ayuso at the Tour de Romandie and just last week, Mikkel Bjerg at the Dauphiné.

The first rider of the day to start, Connor Swift of Ineos Grenadiers, maintains his position and stops the clock at 14.19, with an impressive average speed of 53.224km/h. Let's see how long he can remain in the hot seat.

With three riders having completed the course, Connor Swift retains the lead. Simone Velasco finished 14 seconds adrift in 14.33, and Clement Venturini 1.31 behind in 15.50.

Romain Gregoire (Groupama-FDJ) unseats Swift, taking 13 seconds of the Brit's time and setting a new fastest time of 14.06.

It's a day which looks set to see some very fast times.

Filip Maciejuk of Bahrain-Victorious moves into third spot with a time of 14.23. The fast, short nature of today's time trial means that GC riders who don't excel against the clock need not worry too much as the margins will be relatively narrow at the end of the day, and should not impact the GC standings too greatly.

However, there is a second time trial on the final stage next Sunday which, at almost double the length of today's, will offer GC riders who are good time triallists the chance to redeem themselves.

Riders currently out on course include Arnaud Démare (Groupama-FDJ), Bryan Coquard (Cofidis) and Mikkel Honoré (EF Education-EasyPost). Romain Grégoire retains the fastest time currently but there are a great many riders still to take to the course in this fast, furious trial against the clock.

Some more fast times being set, with Trek-Segafredo's Quinn Simmons narrowly missing out on the hot seat with a time of 14.12, and UAE Team Emirates' Sjoerd Bax just behind him, at 14.18. Grégoire holds on for now.

Tobias Ludvigsson of Q36.5 Pro Cycling misses out by just one second. A strong time from the Swede.

Team Jumbo-Visma's Rohan Dennis has just started. The former Australian time trial champion could go well today.

Dries de Pooter of Intermarché-Circus-Wanty sets a new fastest time at the first time check, taking over 40 seconds off of Grégoire's time at that point, around halfway along the course. 

Rohan Dennis passes through the same time check just after and equals the time of Grégoire. 

Ineos Grenadiers' Tom Pidcock is out on course. After a strong opening to the season, winning Strade Bianche, Pidcock has had mixed fortunes since then, crashing out of Tirreno-Adriatico, before a strong campaign in the Ardennes Classics. He will be hoping to put together a good performance here ahead of this year's Tour de France.

Correction: Dries de Pooter's time was incorrect at the first time check. The rider finishes in 20th position.

Rohan Dennis finishes in 4th place, with a time of 14.15, and Arnaud Démare completes the course in 14.33. His team mate Grégoire remains in the hot seat.

Matteo Sobrero of Team Jayco-Alula sets the new fastest time at time check 1. The former Italian time trial champion looks set for a fast finish.

New fastest time! Matteo Sobrero (Team Jayco Alula) turfs Grégoire from his throne, taking 15 seconds off the best time to set a new high bar of 13.51. That's going to take some beating, but with some seriously strong specialists on their way, Sobrero is unlikely to be sitting all that comfortably.

Tom Pidcock has passed through the first time check and looks to be taking the course conservatively; he is unlikely to challenge for the win unless he picks up speed considerably in the second half of the time trial.

Pidcock wears the number 1 at the race, in lieu of last year's winner, his team mate Geraint Thomas.

Peter Sagan (TotalEnergies) has completed the course, in a time of 14.30, to put him in provisional 13th place. It's a good showing from the Slovak rider who is in his final year of competitive road racing.

EF Education-EasyPost's Neilson Powless is out on course now. The American has had a great season so far, and will hope to contend this week - whether he will target a high overall placement or aim for stage wins remains to be seen. With Rigoberto Uran also in the team, EF have options.

Cofidis' Alexis Renard sets a really strong time, equalling Romain Grégoire to go into provisional second place.

Neilson Powless finishes in 7th position.

A strong ride also for Groupama-FDJ's Miles Scotson, who sneaks in just under 14.09 to go into provisional 5th position.

Romain Grégoire in action during stage 1 of the 2023 Tour de Suisse.

EINSIEDELN SWITZERLAND JUNE 11 Romain Grgoire of France and Team GroupamaFDJ sprints during the 86th Tour de Suisse 2023 Stage 1 a 127km individual time trial stage from Einsiedeln to Einsiedeln UCIWT on June 11 2023 in Einsiedeln Switzerland Photo by Heinz ZwickyGetty Images

The conditions for today's time trial are dry and still, with a temperature of around 22 degrees celsius.

The last winner of a time trial at the Tour de Suisse was Remco Evenepoel himself. The Belgian was victorious in stage 8 last year, beating overall winner Geraint Thomas into second position just as he did a few weeks ago in the stage 9 time trial at the Giro d'Italia.

Matteo Sobrero continues to enjoy his time in the hot seat, retaining the provisional fastest time. His team mate Kelland O'Brien could challenge him as he approaches the finish line - he achieved the second fastest time so far at the first intermediate time check.

Nikias Arndt (Bahrain Victorious) sets the new fastest time at the first time check, taking four seconds off of the time of Sobrero. 

Shortly after, he catches and passes his minute man.

Hot on the heels of Arndt, Rigoberto Urán sets another new fastest time at the first intermediate time check, with a time of 7.38. The Colombian is flying.

Nikias Arndt arrives at the finish - despite a strong showing at the first intermediate split he fades in the latter half of the course and finishes in provisional 8th position.

Next to chip away time at the first intermediate is Alex Aranburu (Movistar). He takes 5 seconds off the time of Urán.

No sooner has Aranburu broken through the record at the first intermediate time check than Mattia Cattaneo (Soudal-QuickStep) takes another 7 seconds from the time. This time trial is really starting to heat up.

Mirroring the run of Nikias Arndt, so too Rigoberto Urán fades in the second half of the course, finishing in provisional 10th position despite a really strong start.

Mattia Cattaneo pushes his compatriot close but is not able to oust him from the hot seat. The Italian rider for Soudal QuickStep is only the second rider to go under 14.00.

Swiss rider Gino Mäder (Bahrain-Victorious) sets out on course - he will hope for a strong week in front of his home crowds.

Ineos Grenadiers' 21-year-old Ben Tulett is out on course, and sets the second fastest intermediate time. The British rider recently won his first GC at the Tour of Norway and is clearly in good form. He will be hoping for a strong overall performance at the race this week.

The backdrop to today's stage is truly stunning. The riders cross the Sihlsee lake via a bridge, before riding along the lake shore to the north heading back to Einsiedeln, past rolling green fields with mountains in the background. An excellent advertisement for the area, which lies just south of Zürich.

Ben Tulett's puts in a solid performance, but it's not good enough to challenge the long-term leader Matteo Sobrero. The Brit finishes in a time of 14.15, to put him in provisional 13th place.

With all the strongest time triallists still to take to the start, the tension is building on stage 1 of the Tour de Suisse, as we enter the final hour of the day.

Magnus Sheffield (Ineos Grenadiers) heads down the start ramp. The American is a strong time triallist and has a chance to set a very good time here. 

The winner of today's stage will also be the first wearer of the yellow leader's jersey, meaning that their team will be expected to take control of the pace in tomorrow's stage.

On the cards tomorrow, a rolling stage that looks likely to end in a bunch sprint finish.

Young Belgian Cian Uijtdebroeks is also out on course now. The rider for Bora-hansgrohe could be in with a chance of a good GC finishing position this week. he most recently finished 6th at the Tour de Romandie.

UAE Team Emirates' Finn Fisher Black comes into the finish very close to the time of Matteo Sobrero. He finishing in 14.06 and goes into provisional third place.

Meanwhile Magnus Sheffield passes through the first time check and sets a new fastest time. However before Sheffield, the riders with the top 5 times at the intermediate time check all finished slower than Matteo Sobrero - can Sheffield maintain his speed to replace the Italian in the hot seat?

Magnus Sheffield of Ineos Grenadiers goes 9 seconds faster than Matteo Sobrero to set the new fastest time of 13.42. An excellent ride from the American.

If Sheffield were to hold on for the stage win today, it would be his first victory in almost 300 days. His most recent win prior to today was also in a time trial, at last year's Tour of Denmark.

Riders currently out on course include Team Jumbo-Visma's Wilco Kelderman, Soudal-QuickStep's Kasper Asgreen, and Alpecin-Deceuninck's Soren Kragh Andersen.

An excellent time set by former U23 World Champion Johan Price Petjersen of Bahrain-Victorious, but he just misses out on the hot seat. His time - 13.48. He moves into provisional second position.

Australian national time trial champion Jay Vine (UAE Team Emirates) is currently out on course. He will hope to challenge for the stage win today.

Tom Pidcock (Ineos Grenadiers) in full flow earlier on in today's individual time trial.

EINSIEDELN SWITZERLAND JUNE 11 Tom Pidcock of United Kingdom and Team INEOS Grenadiers sprints during the 86th Tour de Suisse 2023 Stage 1 a 127km individual time trial stage from Einsiedeln to Einsiedeln UCIWT on June 11 2023 in Einsiedeln Switzerland Photo by Heinz ZwickyGetty Images

Jay Vine goes through the first intermediate time check third fastest, 9 seconds down on the time of Sheffield.

Vine is one of 11 riders from Australia on the start list in Switzerland. There are 12 riders from the home nation present at the race this year.

Jay Vine approaches the finish line. How will the Australian champion fare?

It's very close at the finish, but Vine cannot better Sheffield's time. He completes the course in 13.58, and moves into provisional 5th position.

Two Swiss time trial specialists called Stefan are now both out on course. How have they stacked up against the clock so far this year?

EF Education-EasyPost's Stefan Bissegger has taken on two competitive individual time trials in 2023 so far, with his best result 12th at Etoiles-de-Besseges, a way shy of his best.

Stefan Küng (Groupama-FDJ) on the other hand has won one, at the Volta ao Algarve, and finished 4th and 5th in the recent time trials at the Giro d'Italia.

Who will go best today?

Next out on course, two Belgians  - Wout van Aert (Team Jumbo-Visma) and Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-QuickStep). Van Aert has only competed in one time trial so far this year, at Tirreno-Adratico, where he came 45th, ruling himself out of being competitive on the day.

With four big hitters out on course, we can expect to see the fastest time at the  intermediate time check to change hands a number of times over the next few minutes. Stay tuned and we'll bring you the most up-to-date information as it happens.

Van Aert is trialling a new racing position today, following new UCI rules applying to riders over 1.9m tall. 

Stefan Bissegger is off the pace at the first intermediate time check, going through in the just the 8th fastest time. 

Stefan Küng on the other hand is just a second down on Sheffield's time, and will pressure the American's time at the finish if he can maintain his speed.

Alexey Lutsenko of Astana-Qazaqstan sets a strong time, moving into provisional 7th position.

Wout van Aert sets the 3rd fastest time at the intermediate time check, 5 seconds down on Magnus Sheffield and 4 down on Küng. This is going to be very, very close.

Next, Remco Evenepoel will give us an indication of where he sits in relation to the rest, as he comes up to the intermediate time check.

He nestles between the times of Küng and Van Aert, 2.5 seconds down on Sheffield who has really impressed with his time today.

A good result for Bora-Hansgrohe's Maximilian Schachmann; he finishes in provisional 6th position to set himself up for a decent run on GC this week.

European champion Stefan Bissegger arrives at the finish but he can't better Magnus Sheffield's time, finishing 8 seconds down in provisional 3rd.

Stefan Küng has absolutely smashed this. He will be the new fastest rider.

The Swiss goes through the finish 11 seconds faster than Magnus Sheffield, to take over the hot seat. A really impressive performance that the two Belgians are going to struggle to follow.

So often the nearly-man, it would be an incredible result for Küng should he hang on to take this stage win today.

Van Aert approaches the finish and he won't be able to beat Küng. He finishes strongly, and crosses the line 10 seconds down, moving into provisional 2nd place as we await the arrival of Evenepoel.

Evenepoel reaches the final kilometre - this is going to incredibly close.

Stefan Küng is going to hang on to the best time as Evenepoel arrives at the finish, 5 seconds down on his time.

There are still a few riders out on course, so Küng's win isn't guaranteed quite yet, though all his closest competitors on paper have now finished their rides.

Juan Ayuso (UAE Team Emirates) may challenge Küng's time - he is out on the course now.

Ayuso is about to arrive at the finish line, but he won't challenge Küng's time. He moves into provisional 10th position.

Joel Suter is about to complete the course - the Swiss time trial champion is unlikely to bother the time of the leader, so Stefan Küng can prepare to celebrate a deserved stage win.

Suter will not beat Küng, and as he arrives at the finish line just behind Daniel Oss of TotalEnergies, the win is confirmed for Stefan Küng of Groupama-FDJ. A brilliant victory for the home rider in his favoured discipline.

He will take the yellow leaders' jersey into stage 2 of the race tomorrow.

Evenepoel and Van Aert round out the podium.

It's Küng's third win at the Tour de Suisse. All three stage wins have been individual time trials - stage 9 in 2018, and stage 1 in 2021. He has an opportunity to make it four in next Sunday's time trial, which is just over double the length of today's test.

Stefan Küng (Groupama-FDJ), after today's stage win:

'I've gone so many times really close, so it's such a big relief to win here in front of the home crowd, my family is here, my wife and my son.

'From Giro to the Tour de Suisse was quite a short time, I did some altitude training and I was just working really, really hard, and then I felt really tired Wednesday and since then I was focusing recovery. So I was not 100% self-confident but I saw all my friends and family here and that for sure gave me some extra motivation.

'I knew I could do well but I also didn't want to set expectations too high, but I always go full gas and today it worked out once again.

'For sure I will honour the jersey and go as hard as I can. For sure I will fight for it.'

Tomorrow's stage 2 will see the riders hit the roads in Beromünster and head to Notwil, on a rolling stage that will feature a number of category 3 climbs, and could be one for the breakaway, but is more likely to end in a bunch sprint.

Today's stage winner Stefan Küng in action.

EINSIEDELN SWITZERLAND JUNE 11 Stefan Kng of Switzerland and Team GroupamaFDJ sprints during the 86th Tour de Suisse 2023 Stage 1 a 127km individual time trial stage from Einsiedeln to Einsiedeln UCIWT on June 11 2023 in Einsiedeln Switzerland Photo by Heinz ZwickyGetty Images

Thank you very much for joining us for today's live coverage - join us again tomorrow for more action from the 2023 Tour de Suisse.

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Hello and welcome to Cyclingnews ' live coverage of stage 3 of the Tour de Suisse!

Today's stage looks simple on paper with a relatively flat route starting in Steinmaur and running south towards the eastern outskirts of Zurich. However, close inspection shows a tough, hilly final 30km where the action should explode into life all before the final uphill kick to the line in Rüschlikon.

It's been a tough morning for Bora-Hansgrohe with Emanuel Buchmann being forced to pull out of the race due to breaking his hip and collarbone in a late crash yesterday:

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Movistar have also been hit with bad news Nairo Quintana's poor luck in 2024 has continued during his comeback to the WorldTour:

Nairo Quintana abandons Tour de Suisse after breaking hand in stage 2 crash

Who will be the next winner at the Tour de Suisse after Yves Lampaert (Sodal Quick-Step) claimed the ITT and Bryan Coquard (Cofidis) took yesterday's sprint stage?

It was a great day for the Frenchman after what he said was his biggest career victory yet at the age of 32. The uphill finale could be too difficult for him to repeat that today depending on how it is raced but expect to try his luck should the puncheur's teams not put properly dispatch of the purer sprinters.

Stage start

Riders are gone from the unofficial start and stage 3 of the Tour de Suisse 2024 is underway!

161.7KM TO GO

Flag dropped and we're racing officially now. 

The early attacks have started outside of Steinmaur with some familiar names from yesterday's break getting into the move: Luca Jenni, Christoph Janssen (both Swiss Cycling), Roberto Carlos González (Team Corratec-Vini Fantini), Johan Jacobs (Movistar) and Fabian Lienhard (Groupama-FDJ).

The five-man group has an advantage of 0:30 for now.

150KM TO GO

Reminder that Yves Lampaert (Soudal Quick-Step) did start the day as race leader after surviving the tricky finale yesterday. He leads the race by 4 seconds from Ethan Hayter (Ineos Grenadiers). 

Confirmation that 164 riders remain at the Tour de Suisse with Buchmann and Quintana pulling out injured. 

Bahrain Victorious had been doing the work on the front of the peloton but that seems to have stopped now with the break of the day formed in the opening 15km.

Here's the five-man move getting up the road, with Lienhard leading on the front. 

140KM TO GO

With the impetus now out of the peloton, the gap has ballooned out to 2:15 as expected. 

Time gap to the five leaders has stabilised at the 2:15-mark.

While there's a chance, make sure to read Philippa York's analysis from last week's Critérium du Dauphiné:

A work in progress - Roglič, Evenepoel and the road from the Dauphiné to the Tour de France

130KM TO GO

With the stage 1 time trial being so short, a lot of riders could potentially take over the lead of the Tour de Suisse in today's finale. Look out for any of the riders below a 10-second gap, because if they get the bonus seconds for the win, they could be overtaking Lampaert.

Here's how the top 15 stood after yesterday's stage thanks to FirstCycling :

With control of the race leader's yellow jersey, Soudal Quick-Step have taken up the job of riding on the front of the peloton to protect Lampaert's lead.

Gap to the five riders is now at 3:20. Reminder of that five: Luca Jenni, Christoph Janssen (both Swiss Cycling), Roberto Carlos González (Team Corratec-Vini Fantini), Johan Jacobs (Movistar) and Fabian Lienhard (Groupama-FDJ).

It's no surprise to see either Lienhard or Jacobs in this lead group as very local riders to today's route, with the former even being from the today's start location- Steinmaur.

Mauro Schmid (Jayco AlUla) is also from very close to today's route and is suited to the finale so expect him to be active later on in the day. 

120KM TO GO

Another 10 seconds added to the lead group's advantage, now sat at 3:30. 

Gap is only growing to the five in front with it now at 3:40.

110KM TO GO

Lotto Dstny have taken over at the front of the peloton. They have great options for the explosive finale today with Maxim Van Gils and Arnaud De Lie giving them one of the top puncheurs in 2024 and one of the most versatile sprinters. Look out for their red and blue jerseys on stage 3.

Average speed in the first hour was 50.9kph with a lot of downhill roads in the opening phase. 

100KM TO GO

Lotto Dstny are happy to let the gap out to 4:00 with no urgency yet needed. 

Here's last year's Tour de Suisse winner Mattias Skjelmose being guided safely in the peloton by his Lidl-Trek teammates.

Closing in on the halfway point of stage 3 and the gap is now stable at 3:50. With the hardest racing still to come, the peloton will fancy themselves to chase down the five leaders in the final 90km. 

That's halfway done on stage 3 and only the toughest racing left to come.

Always nice to local riders get into the break such as Johan Jacobs for Movistar today.

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‘They Can Either Believe in Me or Not’: Is Tom Pidcock a Tour de France Problem for Ineos Grenadiers?

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Is Ineos Grenadiers loading a Tom Pidcock -shaped problem into its Tour de France team bus?

Spicy revelations in the forthcoming series of Netflix show Tour de France: Unchained, coupled with some fresh zingers from the uber-ambitious all-terrain sensation suggests it could be so.

“I’m going to decide what I want my Tour to be this year, nobody else,” Pidcock this weekend told PA News . “Otherwise you don’t get anything from me. I need to be able to believe in my mission at the Tour.”

Pidcock seems intent on racing his third Tour de France in his own way.

It’s a “no compromise” ethos that could jeopardize Ineos Grenadiers’ overall ambitions for Pidcock and co-captain Carlos Rodríguez and torpedo the team’s entire race.

“I completely understand where I want to be and what I need to do to achieve it,” Pidcock told PA News ahead of his start at the Tour de Suisse. “It’s not always simple, but the people in my corner, they know how I work.”

Last year, Pidcock tried to do it all at the Tour de France and felt he came away with nothing .

One season after his 13th-place disappointment, Pidcock returns to the Tour in three weeks’ time older, wiser, and on a mission to make amends.

For him, it’s a quest his team will have to accommodate.

It’s a blunt, bloody-minded approach from Pidcock, who is audacious enough to be doubling a title defense at the Olympic cross country MTB race in Paris one week after his chase for GC and a stage-win at the Tour de France.

Mutiny on Tour: ‘He’s a winner, you need that ruthless streak’

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Ineos Grenadiers indulges Pidcock’s unrelenting pursuit of awesomeness.

He’s the poster boy for its multi-discipline identity, and the big budget Brits accommodate his race program as needs be.

The 24-year-old won the MTB World Cup round in Nové Mesto only last week and will race in the dirt again perilously close to the Tour’s grand départ.

But it’s not always rosy between Ineos Grenadiers and Pidcock, who is one of the team’s longest-contract riders.

The new series of Netflix’s Tour de France: Unchained reveals the tension at Ineos Grenadiers when a mutinous Pidcock places personal ambition over team priorities.

We got early eyes on the second season of the Netflix blockbuster ‘Tour de France: Unchained’. From Pidcock to Pogačar to Van der Poel, there are juicy revelations a-plenty. Here are some of the best: #tourdefrance #netflix https://t.co/vsYxT7Aizd — Velo (@velovelovelo__) June 3, 2024

Pidcock blows the doors off a revelatory fifth episode of the Netflix show, which is released June 11.

The bullish Brit is captured huffing and puffing his way through a terse exchange with sport director Steve Cummings, who is burdened with asking his rider to pull for better-placed teammate Rodríguez.

Pidcock throws a mid-massage tantrum and then kicks camera crews out of the room.

In the show, Cummings and the now-exited Ineos Grenadiers team principal Rod Ellingworth seem incapable, or unwilling, of laying down the law on the jewel in the crown on the squad’s bold new future.

“Tom is obsessed with winning, he’s a winner, you need that ruthless streak. It’s just about how we as a team manage that,” a powerless-seeming Cummings told Netflix cameras.

Could Pidcock become Ineos anarchist again this summer?

“In the GC, I can battle for top 5 or whatever, but I want to come away with a win in the Tour this year,” Pidcock recently told Eurosport show the Power of the Olympics . “That’s my priority.”

Keeping some sort of leash on Pidcock could be a make-or-break for Ineos Grenadiers this summer.

Pidcock and Rodríguez race in the shadow of  Tadej Pogačar, Jonas Vingegaard, Primož Roglič, and Remco Evenepoel. Collaboration between the two could be the team’s best chance at even finishing fourth.

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Rodriguez, Pidcock

Pidcock and Rodríguez are slated to lead Ineos Grenadiers in a two-prong offense at the 2024 Tour de France.

The two Gen-Z sensations pack the potential to make the team “best of the rest” behind any lockdown from the so-called “Big-4.”

Rodríguez hit a top-5 and won a stage last year, and will bound into the grand départ hot off a GC victory this April in Romandie, and a stage win Sunday at the Critérium du Dauphiné .

Pidcock, who won lit up the high mountains to win a stage on Alpe d’Huez in his Tour de France debut, barnstormed through the classics this spring and earned a marquee victory at Amstel Gold Race along the way.

Former winners Geraint Thomas and Egan Bernal will likely play super domestiques for a juggernaut squad that’s finally getting momentum back under its wheels this year.

Pidcock suggested to PA Sport he plans to lead the Tour de France team à la Pidcock.

“I’m not used to taking the lead,” Pidcock said this weekend. “I don’t like to kind of lead from a forward position. I kind of like to lead from the back, if you like, to be a bit more quiet, just getting on with my own thing.

“I’m not the sort of person to hype everyone up and give the big talk,” he said. “They can either believe in me or not.”

Opinion: Ineos Grenadiers Under Pressure to Deliver Tour de France Home Run. It’s crunch time for the Ineos Grenadiers, but who will the UK super team back as leader for the Tour de France? Jeremy Whittle looks at the options. https://t.co/KzhcfK0WCw — Velo (@velovelovelo__) May 31, 2024

Nobody expects Ineos Grenadiers to pile-drive the “Big 4” this summer.

But any back-step on a 2023 Tour de France that saw the team paper over the cracks of a mini-mutiny with two stage wins and Rodríguez’s fifth-place finish will see the seven-time champions back in its supposed post-pandemic doldrums.

There will inevitably come a time next month when one of Pidcock or Rodríguez needs to pull for the other.

Any 2023 redux could torpedo the race for them both.

From Suisse to the stars

Tom Pidcock punched in 36th fastest in the prologue TT of Tour de Suisse.

Pidcock chases his Tour de France form at the Tour de Suisse this week alongside the likes of Bernal, Adam Yates, João Almeida, and Enric Mas.

It’s the next step in another barnstormer season for the 24-year-old, who already counts a road- palmarès topping win at Amstel Gold Race and a fourth victory at XCO Nové Mesto on his 2024 palmarès .

So it’s perhaps no surprise that the audacious young Brit wants it all this summer.

Pidcock already sacrificed time on the road for tune-up MTB racing, and his cross country title defense arrives just eight days after the Tour peloton rolls into Nice.

“If you look at what I have done, OK, everyone is really young now, but by 24, I’ve won Strade, Amstel, a stage of the Tour,” Pidcock told PA News . “I’m an Olympic champion and world champion in cyclocross and on the mountain bike.

“At the end of my career, if I can win a monument or the world championships on the road, or get a podium at the Tour, that’s a career no one else has ever had,” he said.

Many believe Pidcock has the potential to win the Tour de France one day. It won’t be in 2024, but it could be sometime within his contract with Ineos Grenadiers, which stretches through 2027.

In what fashion Pidcock might achieve that is one for him and Ineos Grenadiers to figure out.

TOM PIDCOCK’S PROGRAM FOR 2024 ✅ Volta ao Algarve (aim for GC) ✅ Paris Nice (aim for GC) ❌ No cobbled classics ✅ Amstel Gold Race ✅ La Fleche Wallonne ✅ Liege Bastogne Liege ✅ Tour de France ✅ Olympics MTB XCO ✅ Olympics Road race pic.twitter.com/1iyvhO5IVp — Lukáš Ronald Lukács (@lucasaganronald) November 30, 2023

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