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Tadej Pogacar pulls away from Jonas Vingegaard on stage nine of the Tour de France

Pogacar eats into Vingegaard’s lead as Woods wins Tour de France stage nine

  • Jonas Vingegaard has his race lead cut to 17 seconds by rival
  • Michael Woods claims first Tour de France stage victory at 36

Tadej Pogacar continued to chisel into Jonas Vingegaard’s dwindling lead in the Tour de France, after climbing clear of the defending champion in the finish to the volcanic summit of the Puy de Dôme, overlooking Clermont-Ferrand.

As Michael Woods of the Israel‑Premier Tech team took a spectacular stage victory, his first in the Tour, Pogacar and his UAE Emirates team continued to test Vingegaard’s resolve on the steepest gradients.

In the modern Tour, with riders so closely matched, every second counts and, ominously for Vingegaard and his Jumbo-Visma team, the gap between the pair is steadily closing, not widening, as the race goes on.

Woods, almost two minutes behind the lone attacker, Matteo Jorgenson, at the foot of the climb, and twice a stage winner in the Vuelta a España, powered his way beyond the exhausted American on the brutal final gradients to claim his first Tour stage success.

“I’m 36 years old, turning 37 this year and not getting any younger,” an overjoyed Woods said. “I’ve always talked about winning a stage at the Tour de France and I’ve finally achieved it.”

Jorgenson, meanwhile, was disconsolate. “A minute from the bottom of that climb wasn’t enough, but I did what I could,” he said. “I just started to feel empty with a kilometre to go and then, before I knew it, Mike was there and passing me. It was a surprise but there was absolutely nothing I could do.”

In the race for the yellow jersey the pendulum has swung again, and this time a little further in Pogacar’s favour. A sharp acceleration from the double Tour winner, 1.5km from the finish, enabled the Slovenian to claw back time on his Danish rival, in a race that still remains too close to call.

Tadej Pogacar opens a gap on Jonas Vingegaard up the Puy de Dôme.

After the first Pyrenean stage , the defending champion had led Pogacar by 53 seconds, but now his advantage is just 17 seconds. Questioned over his lead ebbing away, Vingegaard played a dead bat.

“It would be nice to have stayed with him and not lose any time,” Jumbo-Visma’s leader said of Pogacar’s attack. “I think there are stages that suit me better than this. I’m happy to still be in yellow. I’m looking forward to coming into the Alps.”

Only 48 hours ago, the defending champion assured the media that he was feeling “better and better”. Asked if, given that he had dropped Vingegaard at two mountain finishes, his rival might now be feeling the same, he responded: “I think you have to ask Tadej about that.”

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With stifling temperatures settling on the Massif Central, it was the perfect day for a breakaway to take its chance. So it proved, with a 13 rider attack, that included the American Neilson Powless, of EF Education‑EasyPost, and his compatriot Jorgenson of the Movistar team, the Milan-San Remo winner and a past Tour stage winner in Matej Mohoric, of Bahrain Victorious, and Woods, who has Chris Froome as a teammate at Israel-Premier Tech, though the four-time winner is not taking part in this race .

Michael Woods reacts after securing his first Tour de France stage win

The break’s lead on the peloton was well over 15 minutes by the time Jorgenson, 20th overall in the 2022 Tour, who survived a bee flying into his helmet during the afternoon, approached Clermont-Ferrand as a lone leader with a 20sec advantage on the remnants of the group.

In 35C heat, the lonely climb to the top of the Puy looked a thankless task, but he gradually built up his lead to just under a minute as he reached the foot of the 13km climb. But Woods had timed his effort perfectly and accelerated past the exhausted Jorgenson to secure victory.

It was a better day, too, for Tom Pidcock of Ineos Grenadiers, who moved up through the standings to seventh place overall.

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Tour de France 2022 Stage 9 LIVE - "Full-on racing" from the start of the second stage in Switzerland

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Nick Christian

Updated 10/07/2022 at 15:48 GMT

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Tour de France stage 9 as it happened: Yellow jersey showdown on Puy de Dôme

The race returns to a historic climb for the first time in decades expect fireworks from Tadej Pogačar and Jonas Vingegaard

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We've barely caught our breath after the drama , the joy and the heartbreak of yesterday but the race rolls on, that's the nature of the Tour de France.

Today the sprinters will take a backseat again as the GC riders and, possibly, the breakaway artists take center stage.

We'll be giving you live updates from the drop of the flag to the finish today. 

You can check out the route here .

Any c omments or questions send them my (Vern Pitt) way , or email [email protected]

Today's route

The route from Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat to Puy de Dôme covers 182km and there's not a huge amount to bother the riders until the final climb, despite the fourth and third category climbs. 

That should make it eminently controllable for the GC riders' teams, minimising the chance of a break staying away, unless they judge there to be an interest in the break snapping up the bonus seconds.

I imagine the challengers like UAE Emirates and Bora-Hansgrohe will be keen to see Jumbo-Visma, who currently have the jersey, do most of the work.

Emotional day for Mathieu van der Poel

It was an emotional moment at the start today as Mathieu van der Poel (Alpecin-Deceuninck) was presented with a memorial bike and a portrait of his late grandfather Raymond Poulidor.

Poulidor is forever associated with the Puy de Dôme because of his battle with  Jacques Anquetil there in 1964. 

Anquetile was in the yellow jersey and with a time trial the next day, Anquetil's best discipline, it was crucial for Poulidor to put time into him, not just to take the jersey but to give himself a realistic chance of victory. 

Having been dropped by the Spaniards who would contest the stage victory Federico Bahamontes and Julio Jimenez, the pair rode together until Poulidor attacked in the final kilometer.

He came up 14 seconds short of taking the jersey though. But, the more popular of the two, he was roared on by the crowd all the way.

Tributes for Raymond Poulidor 

As well as being forever associated with the finish of today's stage, Poulidor lived in the region of the town of today's start so the tributes to the great who died in 2019 were out in force.

176km to go: A break fo around 15 riders has over a minute on the pleoton but a raft of riders are now trying to chase including Mathieu van der Poel and Wout van Aert.

The front group contains talented climbers Michael Woods (Israel-Premier Tech) and Neilson Powless (EF Education-EasyPost).

I'll get a full list when it settles down a bit.

175km to go: Among the teams to have missed the first move are Ineos Grenadiers who have three riders now marking moves off the front of the peloton including Michal Kwiatkowski.

173km to go: The chase group has been brought to heel. An Uno-X rider is now trying his luck.

Oh no, he's been caught now.

173km to go: Kasper Asgreen (Souda - Quick-Step) is driving the peloton on.

172km to go: Mads Pedersen now rolls through. They're not soft pedalling, the effort is clear from their faces.

Captain America is out

US champion Quinn Simmons (Lidl-Trek) who crash a few stages back, doesn't start the race today having succumbed to his injuries.

169km to go: The pace in the peloton is still high and the break's advantage has fallen to 45 seconds. Soudal - Quick-Step are mostly responsible, seemingly keen to set it up for Julian Alaphilippe.

168km to go: Dani Martinez (Ineos Grenadiers) tries to push clear but he's makred by James Shaw.

At the back DSM sprinter Sam Welsford is dropped. 

Now Egan Bernal goes off the front and Fred Wright follows him.

They come back but Wright has another dig.

This is moving faster than I can type.

166km to go: The peloton is back together again. 

Now Alpahilippe goes!

Arkea and Ineos try to get involved. There's a group of close to ten. Rui Costa (Intermarche) and Magnus Cort (EF Education-EasyPost) are among them.

No, the peloton reels them in again.

The break has 43 seconds.

162km to go: Mattias Skjelmose (Lidl-Trek) goes off the front and Alberto Bettiol (Ef Education-EasyPost) marks him. The Italian isn't doing any work though so we'll see how keen the Danish champion is on trying to close the 1-15 gap on his own.

The peloton is 1-39 behind the break.

Now Alaphilippe tries to get across to them.

155km to go:  The situation seems to have finally settled down now! The break's gap is 2-46.

Who's in the break?

The 14 escapees are:

Neilson Powless (EF Education)

Matej Mohoric (Bahrain Victorious)

Clement Berthet (AG2R Citroen)

Gorka Izagirre (Movistar)

Matteo Jorgenson (Movistar)

Michael Woods (Israel-Premier Tech)

Guillaume Boivin (Israel-Premier Tech)

Victor Campenaerts (Lotto-Dstny)

David de la Cruz (Astana)

Alexey Lutsenko (Astana)

Jonas Abrahamsen (Uno-X)

Jonas Gregaard (Uno-X)

Mathieu Burgaudeau (TotalEnergies)

Pierre Latour (TotalEnergies)

They have an advantage of 3-20 now.

151km to go: Jonas Abrahamsen (Uno-X) clips off the front to claim the intermediate sprint points, probably more for the small financial rewards than a earnest pursuit of the green jersey competition.

147km to go: Lilian Calmejane is, justifiably, very annoyed to hit the tarmac after a fan's set of flags in tribute to Poulidor have gotten wrapped up in his bike's bars and sent him to the deck.

145km to go: Japser Philipsen rolls off the front of the peloton to collect a whopping one point. I guess they all count.

139km to go: Sepp Kuss (Jumbo-Visma) has to stop for a mechanical but he's off and running again and in the convoy.

The peloton is clearly going to let the stage go today as the break now has a whopping 8-41 lead.

134km to go: Not many updates as... well... there's not a lot happening. Michael Woods is the cloest on GC at 28 minutes so he's no threat really. The break has 9-23.

127km to go: Remi Cavagna is told that by his DS the, no he should not try and chase or bridge, they had a chance and will have to sit this one out.

115km to to: The break is rolling through very smoothly. I'll take bets on when that co-operation wil lbreak down, just DM me on Twitter .

101km to go: Victor Campenaerts is back at the car getting some refreshments. #the gap to the break is 10-17 now.

102km to go: Jumbo-Visma are setting the pace in the peloton and the gap to break has stabilized at around 10-40.

98km to go: As the race ticks under the 100km mark the peloton is strung out as they hit a short descent.

Jasper Stuyven (Lidl-Trek) is back in the cars being paced by his team car, though it's not clear why exactly.

96km to go: As the race crests a fourth category climb Neilson Powless (EF Education-EasyPost) clips off the front of the break to claim a solitary KOM point to tighten his grip on the polka-dot jersey.

95km to go: Powless now has a 10 point lead in the KOM competition on 38 points to Felix Gall's (AG2R Citroen) 28.

How hard if the Puy de Dôme?

Pretty hard is the answer though unlike many climbs in the Tour it's hard to quantify as the road is not ridable to the public. Plus, the race hasn't been up there in decades so there is very little Strava information to go on.

But just look at that black section of 5km on the climbs finale. That's all over 10%.

 Prior to that its not super-easy either at around the 7% mark.

How fast they'll go up it though is anyone's guess.

Who's going to win?

Now we know the winner will be one of 14 riders in the break, lets see who might be in the shake-up for the stage.

Michael Woods is probably the favourite, and the pick of my colleague Tom Thewlis. Neilson Powless might be in with a shout but the finale of the ascent may be too punch for his tastes.

Matej Mohoric is actually a better climber than people give him credit for but I fear he's a bit big to stay with accelerations on the upper slopes.

Pierre Latour could be a good bet. The French climber has been touted as a GC hope in the past, though he hasn't really lived up to that tag. This could be his day.

82km to go: The break's advantage has dipped below ten minutes but I'm pretty sure the peloton has zero interest in catching them.

Matteo Jorgenson's KOM ride

Having said there wasn't' much Strava information about the Puy de Dome, it turns out that Matteo Jorgenson (Israel-Premier Tech) rode up there earlier this year and claimed the KOM.

It's likely the Tour's official page doesn't publish this info, depsite a partnership with strava, because you're not suppossed to be able to do it. I'm not sure how Jorgenson did.

Anyway, the important thing today is Jorgenson is in the break. 

Could it be Jorgenson's day?

72km to go: Having just talked up his chances Jorgenson has just been stung by a bee or maybe a wasp under his helmet.

That's far from ideal but he's able to get a bit of treatment from the medical moto.

71km to go: He's now getting a sticky bottle from the team car to help him back to the break.

Windy volcano

Adam Blythe on GCN is breaking down the conditions on the climb. It's note worthy that there won't be any fans on the road on the upper slopes (I'm not 1005 sure if its barriered or they're not allowed for safety reasons though i suspect it's the later) and the road is very exposed so wind could well be a factor.

Apparently the beginning of the hard bit is a headwind.

64km to go: Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) has his sleeves turned up a bit to help with his tan lines. The gap to the break is now 11-44.

62km to go: Guillaume Boivin (Israel-Premier Tech) has attacked out of the break! He has a bit of a gap but no-one is going with him. 

Correction: Earlier I foolishly said Jorgenson was a team-mate of Michael Woods when one rides for Movistar and another for Israel-Premier Tech. I've corrected it now. Sorry, that's me getting my blue jerseys confused.

59km to go: Bouvin has 11 seconds on the break now. He's plugging away.

When social media managers go to war

While we've been watching the race some teams have been debating who the rider we should all be watching today is.

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55km to go: Latour goes on the attack and he's followed by three others.

54km to go: It's all back together now in the break.

54km to go: Jorgenson attacks now and another four rider group goes clear. 

53km to go: They're joined by Jona Gregaard (Uno-X) to make five. They're travelling downhill at a real clip.

52km to go: Michale Woods, Alexey Lutsenko and Mathieu Burgaudeau (TotalEnergies) are the others in this front move. They have eight seconds.

51km to go: Mohoric tried to bridge there but was followed.

50km to go: Clément Berthet (AG2R) closes the gap with seeming ease and it's all back together again.

50km to go: Mohoric is driving it on and splits appear again but they're not massive.

49km to go: Now Abrahamson has a gap.

49km to go: He's brought to heel and its attack after attack. Back in the peloton Jumbo are controlling the cruising pace.

47km to go: Jorgenson now has a gap. The American looks like he means business. He has a decent gap.

At the back of the break Bouvin is struggling and has lost the wheel.

46km to go: That gap is going up but it's a long way to go alone. Now Campenaerts goes off in pursuit. They're chasing him hard though.

44km to go: Jorgenson has 18 seconds on the break. Campenaerts has been caught, the chase is not very organised and Mohoric is trying to go on antoher downhill section.

42km to go: Jorgenson is getting his chin to his bars as the he flicks through a section of flowing corners at close to 70kph.

His gap is 23 seconds now.

40km to go: Jorgenson continues to build an advantage. His lead is 26 seconds. Meanwhile, Neilson Powless is being gapped off the back of the break.

38km to go: Mohoric attacks again from the break. The chase is a little half-hearted.

37km to go: As I type that Burgaudeau bridges across to him.

37km to go: Lutsenko is trying to chase but the fatigue in the break is starting to show.

36km to go: Jorgenson's gap to the bulk of the break is still around 30 seconds but Mohoric and Burgaudeau are nibbling into it.

36km to go: Powless and David de la Cruz try to get to Mohoric and Burgaudeau on an uphill section. Now it's all over the place. One of the UNo-X riders grinds to a stop, spent.

35km to go: Jorgenson is going well as he sprays water on himself to cool himself down in the heat of the French summer. The four chasers are gainning on him and are just 18 seconds behind.

33km to go: Mohoric's massive engine is proving invaluable at driving this quartet on. 

32km to go: Apparently its 34 degrees C at the base of the final climb. That could well be a decisive factor today. 

Mohoric leaves the quartet again but Powless drags them back up.

30km to go: Mohoric goes again as the road kicks up. It's almost never flat constantly rolling.

Powless shuts him down. He's looking very strong.

By the way Jorgenson has just 15 seconds now.

27km to go: The gap from Jorgenson to the remains of the break is now just over one minute. It seems odds on that the winner will come from this front five. 

Well, what I assume will become a front five at some point. Unless someone can really blitz it on the climb, which is not impossible.

23km to go: Jorgenson's gap is going out. He has 30 seconds now!

22km to go: Jorgenson knows what is required o nthat final climb so you have to assume there's an element of him measuring his effort here and yet he's still putting time into the chasers.

David de la Cruz has lost his chain on a descent. That is very bad luck the mechanic thinks about trying t put it back on with his fingers but thinks better of it.

De la Cruz stops for abiek change. That's going to cost him a lot of time.

20km to go: Jorgenson nearly loses it on a corner he's pushing the limits right now.

19km to go: Jorgenson has 38 seconds on the chase now he's all in. 

Back in the peloton Lars van den Berg (Groupama-FDJ) has crashed as one of his team-mates tried to take a musette from the side of the road and something went wrong.

17km to go: Jorgenson has a gap of 34 on the chasers now, it's holding kind of steady. He takes a bottle and an ice pack for the back of his jersey from the Movistar team car.

16km to go: Powless might be in the best position as probably the best climber from the chasing trio - de la Cruz having been taken out by that bike change.

They're now 52 seconds down on Jorgenson.

15km to go: The Movistar rider is nearly one minute ahead now.

12km to go: Jorgenson's gap is over one minute as the lower slopes of the climb start.

Savage gradients

Just a reminder of the climb the riders are tackling.

12km to go: Jumbo are driving the pleoton behind. They're 16 minutes back now, presumably setting things up for Vingegaard.

12km to go: Jorgenson once again pours water on himself. The temperatures are north of 30C.

11km to go: The chasing three are working quite smoothly together. That'll be of most value on these lower slopes.

11km to go: The peloton is travelling downhill at about 80kph in a massive bunch. Looks pretty scary.

10km to go: The remains of the break are actually gaining on the chasing three, they're just 30 seconds back on them now 1-35 down on Jorgenson.

A motorbike has crashed chasing the peloton. We don't know if anyone is hurt, hopefully not.

10km to go: Powless eases his way off the front of the chasing three but he doesn't seem to have much of a gap.

10km to go: Jorgenson is on 9% section and tapping out a steady rhythm. He'll hate the wind when he gets on the more exposed section but might at least like the cooling effect of the breeze.

10km to go: Powelss is just dragging the other two now.

Jorgenson still has 57 seconds. Can he get the biggest win of his career?

9km to go: There's fans all over the road as Jorgenson rides on seemingly quite comfortable. He knows what he needs to do. Will he better his Strava KOM?

9km to go: The peloton, 15 minutes back, is still moving like a bat out of hell.

We get two races for the price of one today.

8.5km to go: Jorgenson is hitting the flatter section now before it ramps up. Jorgenson has been solo since 40km to go and still has 56 seconds in hand.

8.5km to go: The remains of the break have lost ground on the chasing three. They're now a minute down on their former compadres.  

8km to go: The GC teams are still drilling it in the peloton keen not to give their rivals an easy ride.

7.8km to go: Romain Bardet can see the Puy de Dôme from his kitchen window so expect him to be a factor in that second race today. He's eighth on GC right now.

7km to go: Jorgenson has stretched his gap to the chasers to 1-09. 

Jumbo are driving the peloton's pace.

6km to go: Mathieu van der Poel (Alpecin-Deceuninck) is distanced out the back of the peloton as Dylan van Baarle (Jumbo-Visma) sets a blistering pace.

5.5km to go: Jorgenson is in the drops as he drives on the flatter section. The vicious part of the climb is about 1,500m away. He can see the top right now looming over him.

5km to go: Powless is doing the the work in the group behind.

5km to go: Jorgenson is passing the last of the fans now as he comes into the hoarded section. 1-17 is his advantage.

4.6km to go: A lot can change in this 4.5km but he knows what he needs to do and I'll bet he's paced it just right. It'll depend what the chasers have left. We'll find out soon.

Jorgenson throws a bottle away.

4km to go: There are no fans where Jorgenson is now. It's a weird sight. 

Further back Julian Alaphilippe is distanced by the peloton, which is considerably thinned out.

3.7km to go: Pogacar is on Vingegaard's wheel but they all have a few team-mates left.

Up front, Jorgenson taps away.

3.4km to go: Ben O'Connor, who's GC hopes have already been dashed, is dropped from the peloton.

3.2km to go: The chasers just cannot eat into Jorgenson's gap! He still has 1-20 on them.

3km to go: Mohoric has broken free of the other two but he's grimacing on the steep gradients. Powless looks spent. 

3km to go: Michael Woods is coming across to the chasers in a hurry. We don't have time gap to Jorgenson currently.

2.8km to go: Jorgenson's gap to Mohoric is 1-09, slightly down o nwhat it was earlier. Woods is flying across towards him. 

In the peloton UAE Emirates are pouring water over Tadej Pogacar.

Heat is a major factor today.

2.5km to go: Woods has passed Powless and Burgaudeau and is off after Mohoric.

Jorgenson's lead is ticking down. It's under a minute.

2.2km: Woods can see Mohoric, who is now 50 seconds behind Jorgenson.

In the peloton Wout van Aert pulls over, spent. UAE Emirates come to the front to turn on the gas.

1.9km to go : Jorgenson has only 50 seconds.

Jumbo come back to the front of the peloton to re-asset themselves. They just went under the 5km mark.

1.6km to go: Jorgenson has 43 seconds. woods isn't catching Mohoric as fast as he was before he's close but can't quite bridge the gap.

1.5km to go: Pogacar sprays water on himself in clear sight of Vingegaard, which seems an odd choice to me unless he's bluffing?

1.2km to go: Woods has made it Mohoric and immediately attacks him. The Slovenian can't stay with the Canadian climber.

Jorgenson has just 33 seconds now. Is it enough?

1.1km to go: Looks like a USA v Canada battle for the stage. Woods' mouth is wide open gasping for air.

There's very few left in the "peloton" now as Sepp Kuss drives the pace. 

800m to go: Woods can see Jorgenson. it doesn't look far but on these gradients it'll be tough.

Woods looks the most comfortable of the two.

700m to go: Pinot and Bardet have been dropped from what is now a GC group.

600m to go: Jai Hindley also dropped from the GC group. 

Woods is closing fast on the lead now.

500m to go: Woods catches Jorgenson. He attacks. There's nothing Jorgenson can do.

Woods is going to win this.

200m to go: Woods knows he has it now. The gradient eases a bit as they cross the train tracks.

Michael Woods wins it. 

Heartbreak for Jorgenson as Pierre Latour and Mohoric both come round him before the line its not even a podium for the American.

As the remins of the break come across the line we're denied images of the GC group by the host broadcasters for some reason!

Ah, there they are. Its actually looks like a bit of a stalemate. Pidcock and Rodriguez are both there as Vingegaard sets the pace.

Yates attacks, Pogacar follows but Vingegaard shuts it down.

I meant Simon Yates then by the way.

Yates pushes on. rodriguez on his wheel. Then Pogacar, Vingegaard and Pidcock. 

Pogacar goes. Only Vingegaard can go with him. He keeps pressing and vingegaard loses a bike length or two.

The gap is growing but it's not huge yet. It's a 10% gradient.

They havee about 400m to go. Vingegaard can't close it and Pogacar tries to press on its growing but not big enough for the Slovenian to take the jersey yet. It's pretty steep all the way to the line.

300m to go. There's no official time gap but I make it about 9 seconds.

Pogacar grits his teeth out of the saddle. Vingegaard is digging in too. It's about 8 seconds at the line.

The Ineos duo of Pidcock and Rodriguez are following Yates and it's Pidcock who can stay with him. Rodriguez loses a handful of seconds to the man from Bury.

Jai Hindley comes in further back.

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  • 0 .. Acceleration in group of favorites by YATES Simon (Team Jayco AlUla)
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  • 0 .. KUSS Sepp (Jumbo-Visma) is dropped from group of favorites
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  • 0 .. 5th place is for BERTHET Clément (AG2R Citroën Team).
  • 0 .. JORGENSON Matteo (Movistar Team) is 4th.
  • 0 .. Third place for MOHORIČ Matej (Bahrain - Victorious).
  • 0 .. LATOUR Pierre (TotalEnergies) comes in second place.
  • 0 .. WOODS Michael (Israel - Premier Tech) wins!
  • 0.4 .. Attack by WOODS Michael (Israel - Premier Tech) in group 1
  • 0.5 .. YATES Simon (Team Jayco AlUla) is dropped from group of favorites
  • 0.5 .. WOODS Michael (Israel - Premier Tech) joins JORGENSON Matteo (Movistar Team)
  • HINDLEY Jai (BORA - hansgrohe)
  • YATES Adam (UAE Team Emirates)
  • 0.9 .. The last (individual) victory for WOODS Michael (Israel - Premier Tech) was 21 days ago ( La Route d'Occitanie - La Dépêche du Midi )
  • 1 .. Final kilometre!
  • 1.1 .. YATES Adam (UAE Team Emirates) is dropped from group of favorites
  • 1.1 .. The gap between group 1 and group 2 is 180 meter . group 1 group 2 0:35 180 meter
  • LANDA Mikel (Bahrain - Victorious)
  • BARDET Romain (Team dsm - firmenich)
  • GAUDU David (Groupama - FDJ)
  • 1.2 .. WOODS Michael (Israel - Premier Tech) joins MOHORIČ Matej (Bahrain - Victorious)
  • 1.5 .. KUSS Sepp (Jumbo-Visma) pulling in peloton
  • BERNAL Egan (INEOS Grenadiers)
  • MARTIN Guillaume (Cofidis)
  • 1.7 .. 5000 meters to the top for peloton
  • 1.8 .. KELDERMAN Wilco (Jumbo-Visma) pulling in peloton
  • 2 .. SOLER Marc (UAE Team Emirates) pulling in peloton
  • 2 .. 2 kilometers to the finish!
  • 2.1 .. VAN AERT Wout (Jumbo-Visma) is dropped from peloton
  • 2.5 .. WOODS Michael (Israel - Premier Tech) joins group 3
  • 2.5 .. VAN AERT Wout (Jumbo-Visma) pulling in peloton
  • 2.7 .. Around 35 riders in peloton .
  • 3 .. Attack by WOODS Michael (Israel - Premier Tech) in group 4
  • 3.1 .. Acceleration in group 2 by MOHORIČ Matej (Bahrain - Victorious)
  • 3.1 .. ABRAHAMSEN Jonas (Uno-X Pro Cycling Team) caught by peloton
  • 3.4 .. BOIVIN Guillaume (Israel - Premier Tech) caught by peloton
  • 3.7 .. O'CONNOR Ben (AG2R Citroën Team) is dropped from peloton
  • 3.9 .. KELDERMAN Wilco (Jumbo-Visma) pulling in peloton
  • LAPORTE Christophe (Jumbo-Visma)
  • ALAPHILIPPE Julian (Soudal - Quick Step)
  • PARET-PEINTRE Aurélien (AG2R Citroën Team)
  • KONRAD Patrick (BORA - hansgrohe)
  • ZIMMERMANN Georg (Intermarché - Circus - Wanty)
  • 4.2 .. The gap between group 1 and peloton is 4430 meter . group 1 peloton 14:00 4430 meter
  • 5 .. 5 kilometers to the finish!
  • 5 .. The last stage win for Movistar Team in Tour de France was 3 years + 349 days ago ( Stage 18 | Embrun to Valloire )
  • 5.7 .. Gap between group 1 and group 2 is increasing
  • 6.1 .. JORGENSON Matteo (Movistar Team) was awarded the prize for the most combative rider.
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  • 7 .. At the back of the peloton riders are dropping.
  • 7.3 .. peloton is now on climb Puy de Dôme (12.6km à 7.8%)
  • 7.7 .. peloton is now on climb Puy de Dôme (12.6km à 7.8%)
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  • 10 .. 10 kilometers to the finish!
  • 10 .. Acceleration in group 2 by POWLESS Neilson (EF Education-EasyPost)
  • 11 .. DE LA CRUZ David (Astana Qazaqstan Team) caught by group 4
  • 13 .. JORGENSON Matteo (Movistar Team) is the first to the foot of Puy de Dôme (12.6km à 7.8%) .
  • 16 .. 3 km to the foot of Puy de Dôme (12.6km à 7.8%) .

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  • 19 5000 .. POGAČAR Tadej (UAE Team Emirates) has done 5000 race kilometres this season. breakdown
  • 20 .. Crash by VAN DEN BERG Lars (Groupama - FDJ) in peloton
  • 20 .. 20 kilometers to the finish!
  • 22 .. Bike change for DE LA CRUZ David (Astana Qazaqstan Team).
  • 23 .. Mechanical problem for DE LA CRUZ David (Astana Qazaqstan Team) in group 2
  • 28 .. The gap between group 1 and peloton is 11760 meter . group 1 peloton 15:20 11760 meter
  • 28 .. Progress of the timegap. 16:00 10:40 5:20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
  • 31 .. Attack by MOHORIČ Matej (Bahrain - Victorious) in group 2
  • 32 .. LUTSENKO Alexey (Astana Qazaqstan Team) back in group 3
  • 32 .. Argenta Classic - 2 Districtenpijl Ekeren-Deurne 2023 has just finished, click here for results.
  • 32 .. Attack by MOHORIČ Matej (Bahrain - Victorious) in group 2

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  • 36 .. ABRAHAMSEN Jonas (Uno-X Pro Cycling Team) is dropped from group 3
  • 36 .. LUTSENKO Alexey (Astana Qazaqstan Team) is dropped from group 3
  • 36 .. DE LA CRUZ David (Astana Qazaqstan Team) and POWLESS Neilson (EF Education-EasyPost) joins group 2
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  • 38 .. Reaction from BURGAUDEAU Mathieu (TotalEnergies).
  • 38 .. Attack by MOHORIČ Matej (Bahrain - Victorious) in group 2
  • 38 .. Acceleration in group 2 by WOODS Michael (Israel - Premier Tech)
  • 39 .. Attack by BERTHET Clément (AG2R Citroën Team) in group 2
  • 40 .. Attack by POWLESS Neilson (EF Education-EasyPost) in group 2

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  • 44 .. Acceleration in group 2 by MOHORIČ Matej (Bahrain - Victorious)
  • 46 40000 .. ARNDT Nikias (Bahrain - Victorious) has raced 40000 kilometre in 247 stages in 13 grand tours, which is equal to 1.00 times around the world.
  • 46 .. Attack by CAMPENAERTS Victor (Lotto Dstny) in group 2
  • 47 .. The last (individual) victory for JORGENSON Matteo (Movistar Team) was 144 days ago ( Tour of Oman )
  • 47 .. BOIVIN Guillaume (Israel - Premier Tech) is dropped from group 2
  • 48 .. Attack by JORGENSON Matteo (Movistar Team) in group 1

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  • 49 .. Attack by CAMPENAERTS Victor (Lotto Dstny) in group 1
  • 49 .. Attack by ABRAHAMSEN Jonas (Uno-X Pro Cycling Team) in group 1
  • 51 .. group 2 joins group 1
  • 51 .. Attack by BERTHET Clément (AG2R Citroën Team) in group 2
  • 53 .. Attack by CAMPENAERTS Victor (Lotto Dstny) in group 2
  • 54 .. 5 riders with a small gap
  • 54 .. Attack by JORGENSON Matteo (Movistar Team) in group 1
  • 55 7500 .. IZAGIRRE Gorka (Movistar Team) has done 7500 race kilometres this season. breakdown
  • 55 .. Attack by LATOUR Pierre (TotalEnergies) in group 1
  • 56 .. Attack by MOHORIČ Matej (Bahrain - Victorious) in group 1
  • 57 .. Reaction from MOHORIČ Matej (Bahrain - Victorious).
  • 57 .. Attack by CAMPENAERTS Victor (Lotto Dstny) in group 1
  • 57 .. 1 km to the summit of Côte de Pontaumur .
  • 58 .. BOIVIN Guillaume (Israel - Premier Tech) caught by peloton

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  • 60 .. The last (individual) victory for BOIVIN Guillaume (Israel - Premier Tech) was 1 years + 301 days ago ( National Championships Canada - Road Race )
  • 63 .. Attack by BOIVIN Guillaume (Israel - Premier Tech) in group 1
  • 64 .. 4 km to the foot of Côte de Pontaumur (3.9km à 4.9%) .
  • 69 .. The gap between group 1 and peloton is 7880 meter . group 1 peloton 11:15 7880 meter
  • 71 .. Progress of the timegap. 12:00 8:00 4:00 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
  • 72 5000 .. STUYVEN Jasper (Lidl - Trek) has done 5000 race kilometres this season. breakdown

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  • 91 .. The front of the race has passed kilometre 91.2. We're over halfway!
  • 97 .. POWLESS Neilson is the first to pass the summit of KOM Sprint (4) Côte de Pontcharraud (85.7 km).
  • 97 .. Mechanical problem for MAJKA Rafał (UAE Team Emirates) in peloton

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  • 99 .. Flat tire for STUYVEN Jasper (Lidl - Trek)
  • 100 .. 100 kilometers to the finish!
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  • IZAGIRRE Gorka
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  • 105 .. Results of the poll: Will the break make it to the finish? 78% voted Yes (1438 out of 1834 votes) 78%
  • 108 .. POWLESS Neilson is the first to pass the summit of KOM Sprint (4) Côte de Felletin (74.8 km).

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  • 123 .. Giro d'Italia Donne - Stage 9 2023 has just finished, click here for results.
  • 126 7500 .. SAGAN Peter (TotalEnergies) has done 7500 race kilometres this season. breakdown

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  • 135 .. Jumbo-Visma pulling in peloton
  • all riders 69.4
  • 142 .. Progress of the timegap. 8:00 6:00 4:00 2:00 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
  • 148 .. Crash by CALMEJANE Lilian (Intermarché - Circus - Wanty) in peloton
  • 150 .. BARDET Romain (Team dsm - firmenich) at the team car.
  • 153 .. 1 km to intermediate sprint Lac de Vassivière
  • 154 .. Flat tire for GUGLIELMI Simon (Team Arkéa Samsic) in peloton
  • 157 .. 5 km to intermediate sprint Lac de Vassivière
  • 157 .. Gap between group 1 and peloton is increasing
  • 157 .. Peloton is riding at a moderate pace.
  • 159 .. group 2 caught by peloton
  • 160 .. Attack by COSTA Rui (Intermarché - Circus - Wanty) in peloton
  • 161 .. Attack by ALAPHILIPPE Julian (Soudal - Quick Step) in peloton
  • SAGAN Peter (TotalEnergies)
  • WELSFORD Sam (Team dsm - firmenich)
  • 162 .. 10 km to intermediate sprint Lac de Vassivière
  • SKJELMOSE Mattias (Lidl - Trek)
  • BETTIOL Alberto (EF Education-EasyPost)
  • PEDERSEN Mads (Lidl - Trek)
  • MEEUS Jordi (BORA - hansgrohe)
  • 165 .. Gap between group 1 and peloton is increasing
  • CHAMPOUSSIN Clément (Team Arkéa Samsic)
  • 167 .. Attack by ALAPHILIPPE Julian (Soudal - Quick Step) in peloton
  • RENARD Alexis (Cofidis)
  • 168 .. Acceleration in peloton by WRIGHT Fred (Bahrain - Victorious)
  • 169 .. The gap between group 1 and peloton is 520 meter . group 1 peloton 0:45 520 meter
  • 172 .. 20 km to intermediate sprint Lac de Vassivière
  • 172 .. Mechanical problem for SAGAN Peter (TotalEnergies)
  • 173 .. JOHANNESSEN Tobias Halland (Uno-X Pro Cycling Team) caught by peloton
  • 174 .. PETIT Adrien (Intermarché - Circus - Wanty) and GESCHKE Simon (Cofidis) caught by peloton
  • 174 .. PEDERSEN Mads (Lidl - Trek) pulling in peloton
  • 175 5000 .. SOLER Marc (UAE Team Emirates) has done 5000 race kilometres this season. breakdown
  • CAVAGNA Rémi (Soudal - Quick Step)
  • VAN AERT Wout (Jumbo-Visma)
  • 178 .. Multiple attacks in peloton
  • 178 .. Bike change for POELS Wout (Bahrain - Victorious).
  • GESCHKE Simon (Cofidis)
  • JOHANNESSEN Tobias Halland (Uno-X Pro Cycling Team)
  • PETIT Adrien (Intermarché - Circus - Wanty)
  • 182 .. 14 riders with a small gap
  • 182 .. Attack by CAMPENAERTS Victor (Lotto Dstny)
  • 182 .. Official start given.
  • 182 .. First 4.3 km are neutralized.
  • 182 12 .. The wind speed is 12 kilometre p/hour (gentle breeze), direction South-West .
  • 182 27 .. The current temperature is 27 degrees celsius.
  • 182 .. Riders are gone for the unofficial start.
  • 182 .. Historical event Back in on the Puy de Dôme. Eddy Merckx had won the Tour de France at all his previous five participations and seemed on his way to win for the sixth time in 1975 when a spectator suddenly punched the yellow jersey wearer in his liver a couple kilometers from the finish of the 14th stage at the Puy de Dôme . Merckx later claimed that this incident costed him his sixth Tour de France victory. The stage was won by fellow Belgian Lucien Van Impe , who would win the Tour de France in 1976 .
  • 182 .. The neutralized start is scheduled at 13:30 (CET) .
  • 182 .. SIMMONS Quinn (Lidl - Trek) will not appear at the start.
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  • 182 .. Official start at 13:45 (CET).
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110th Tour de France 2023 - Stage 9

Saint Léonard de Noblat - Puy de Dôme 182.4 km

The long awaited return to the old volcano in the Massif Central. Getting back here hasn’t been easy and we won’t see any crowds on the narrow road up to the finish. But we will see them race it!

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Expected finish time: 17805-18:35 CEST

Johnny Weltz of the Day : Mathias Skjelmose

Last time we were here in 1988 a Dane won from a breakaway, this would make for good symmetry. Skjelmose wants to bounce back and the bigs may not bee too keen to work to keep the stage win in play. Even if it would be sad not to see them contest the stage win on such a high profile stage.

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The Biebs is back! Justin Bieber took the stage for a surprise performance on Thursday night in Toronto, Ontario -- and his wife, Hailey Bieber , is touting the "jb eras." 

The show comes on the heels of a  series of social media posts that included pictures of the "Sorry" singer performing in a studio space. The snaps generated a lot of excitement from commenters, who felt sure that this is a sign of the 29-year-old star's return to music one year after he cancelled his delay-plagued Justice World Tour  amid a health struggle with  Ramsay Hunt syndrome.

Hailey shared two clips of her husband's set on Instagram. In the first one, JB croons soulfully against a simple piano instrumental. "Correct," she captioned the snippet.

In the next, Justin's knees bounce wildly as he delivers a fresh take on his 2010 hit, "Eenie Meenie." 

"Here's your jb eras performance," Hailey wrote over the video.

The "Eenie Meenie" revamp proved to be a fan favorite with those in the crowd, with many capturing the moment and sharing it on X (formerly known as Twitter). Among the other hits he performed were "Baby," "Snooze," "Peaches" and "Hold On."

Fans were also quick to hail Justin's vocals, with one writing, "Those vocalsssss Justin Bieber voice is such a druggg." Another chimed in, "one thing about justin bieber?? his mic is ALWAYS on."

In one disappointment from the show, The Kid LAROI was apparently nowhere to be found when Justin called on him to come to the stage. Instead of going solo with their 2021 smash, "Stay," Justin made his exit from the stage. "Love you guys so much," he told the fans, flashing a peace sign. 

Justin wore a blue-and-gold National Hockey League jersey for the occasion, as he was in town as an honorary captain for Tim Horton's NHL All-Star Player Draft at Scotiabank Arena earlier that day. The native of London, Ontario, was in good company, with fellow Canadian stars Tate McRae, Will Arnett and Michael Bublé also serving as celeb captains. 

Meanwhile, Justin's longtime friend and mentor,  Usher , is gearing up for the year's biggest show in the U.S. as he'll play the  Apple Music Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show  at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Feb. 11. 

As for whether Usher is planning to have any special guests join him on stage, the jury's out. While surprise cameos have become something of a tradition among Super Bowl Halftime performers, he hasn't confirmed any plans. However, he did hint at the possibility in a recent interview with ET . 

Usher noted that he's "absolutely" fielding phone calls from past collaborators about a potential Super Bowl appearance, something he's been "considering a lot."

"It's magic time," he said of the performance, playing coy about possible special guests by saying, "Who knows?"

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Tim Robinson is bringing his beloved sketch comedy show “ I Think You Should Leave ” to the stage.

The comedian has announced a live tour inspired by his hit Netflix show with a limited-run of 2024 dates starting in New York City’s Beacon Theatre on April 2. He’ll go on to make stops in Chicago, Detroit, Nashville, Houston, Fort Worth, Phoenix, San Diego and San Francisco before a final show at Los Angeles’s Greek Theater on May 11.

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Tour de france stage 9 – live coverage.

All the action from the second day of the Pyrenean double-header

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Stage result

1 Tadej Pogacar (Slo) UAE Team Emirates 03:55:17

2 Primoz Roglic (Slo) Team Jumbo-Visma

3 Marc Hirschi (Swi) Team Sunweb

4 Egan Arley Bernal Gomez (Col) Ineos Grenadiers

5 Mikel Landa Meana (Spa) Bahrain McLaren

6 Bauke Mollema (Ned) Trek-Segafredo 00:00:11

7 Guillaume Martin (Fra) Cofidis

8 Romain Bardet (Fra) AG2R la Mondiale

9 Richie Porte (Aus) Trek-Segafredo

10 Rigoberto Uran (Col) EF Pro Cycling

General classification

1 Primoz Roglic (Slo) Team Jumbo-Visma 38:40:01

2 Egan Arley Bernal Gomez (Col) Ineos Grenadiers 00:00:21

3 Guillaume Martin (Fra) Cofidis 00:00:28

4 Romain Bardet (Fra) AG2R la Mondiale 00:00:30

5 Nairo Quintana (Col) Team Arkea-Samsic 00:00:32

6 Rigoberto Uran (Col) EF Pro Cycling

7 Tadej Pogacar (Slo) UAE Team Emirates 00:00:44

8 Adam Yates (GBr) Mitchelton-Scott 00:01:02

9 Miguel Angel Lopez Moreno (Col) Astana Pro Team 00:01:15

10 Mikel Landa Meana (Spa) Bahrain McLaren 00:01:42

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Hello and welcome to our live coverage of stage 9 of the Tour de France, the second of two mountain stages in the Pyrenees.

We're around 45 minutes from the stage start in Pau. After yesterday's first foray into the Pyrenees, the riders will today tackle another four classifed climbs, including two first category tests.

It's another short-ish stage, though not a micro-stage as we've come to see in recent Tours. Today's 153km from Pau to Laruns is scheduled to finish earlier than usual too, with some travelling up the west coast of France for the teams ahead of the first rest day of the race tomorrow.

Yesterday's stage saw more GC action than the previous mountain days at the Tour, with a number of attacks on the Col de Peyresourde and several contenders losing a chunk of time in Loudenvielle.

Click here for our report on stage 8

You can read up on how the main GC men fared too, with our guide to which GC contenders lost time on stage 8 in the Pyrenees .

One of the men who struggled on the road to Loudenvielle was Julian Alaphiliippe (Deceuninck-QuickStep), who finished fifth last year.

The Frenchman put in an attack on the Peyresourde before immediately falling back and dropping. He finished over 11 minutes down on the GC group. At today's start he said that stage victories remain the goal. Today, anyone?

🎙️ 🇫🇷 @alafpolak1 "The objectives have always been the same: stage victories. Wearing the Yellow was a very proud moment. I'll be giving it a go today and until the end of the Tour where there'll be other opportunities."Le Français compte être à l'avant aujourd'hui.#TDF2020 pic.twitter.com/qpKZRqDbHf🎙️ 🇫🇷 @alafpolak1 "The objectives have always been the same: stage victories. Wearing the Yellow was a very proud moment. I'll be giving it a go today and until the end of the Tour where there'll be other opportunities."Le Français compte être à l'avant aujourd'hui.#TDF2020 pic.twitter.com/qpKZRqDbHf September 6, 2020September 6, 2020

Laruns hosts a Tour de France stage finish for the second time today. Primož Roglič was the stage winner back in 2018 after a solo attack over the top of the Col d'Aubisque – will he repeat the feat today?

Romain Bardet (AG2R La Mondiale) was one of the 'winners' yesterday. His late attack stole back two seconds on GC to move up to fourth overall, while his teammate Nans Peters took the win from the breakaway. Will his upwards trajectory continue today?

🎙️ 🇫🇷 @romainbardet "Yesterday was a great day for the team. It has been a really good first week for us."#TDF2020 pic.twitter.com/tUZCzcC3Ys September 6, 2020

Just over ten minutes to go until the peloton rolls out in Pau now.

As ever, we have a guide on how to watch live coverage of the Tour . If you can't stream or get to a TV though, we've got you covered here.

Compared to Laruns, today's start town of Pau is a Tour de France veteran. Today's stage is the 71st time it features on the race, behind only Paris (107) and Bordeaux (75).

The peloton has rolled out at the start in Pau. Racing proper will get underway in 20 minutes after a 9km ride out of the town.

We have plenty of news from yesterday's stage if you want to catch up.

Here's the latest from Nairo Quintana (Arkéa-Samsic), Adam Yates (Mitchelton-Scott), Thibaut Pinot (Groupama-FDJ), Richie Porte (Trek-Segafredo), Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates), Egan Bernal (Ineos Grenadiers), and Jumbo-Visma .

5.5km of riding behind the race director's car until racing gets undeway.

This depart is dedicated to former Ineos DS Nicolas Portal, who died in March.

🚩 We're off!Today the race pays tribute to a true "Géant du Tour", Nicolas Portal, who tragically lost his life earlier this year, with a special départ.Au départ de l'étape à Pau, la course rend hommage à Nicolas Portal, décédé tragiquement en début d'année. #TDF2020 pic.twitter.com/0OguqouKB8 September 6, 2020

Four men withdrew yesterday. Diego Rosa (Arkéa-Samsic) broke his collarbone, Giacomo Nizzolo (NTT Pro Cycling) stopped with a knee injury), William Bonnet (Groupama-FDJ) suffered injuries from a crash on stage 1, and Lilian Calmejane (Total Direct Energie) hadn't recovered from crashes at pre-Tour races.

Meanwhile, racing has just gotten underway here as the riders leave Pau. It's a high pace at the front as riders attempt to get away.

Thomas De Gendt (Lotto Soudal) was among the men on the attack, but nothing has gone yet.

De Gendt tries again to no avail. KOM leader Benoît Cosnefroy (AG2R La Mondiale) is also up front.

The riders have hit the firstt climb of the day, the fourth-category Côte d'Artiguelouve. De Gendt tries again.

De Gendt has Max Schachmann (Bora-Hansgrohe), Marc Hirschi (Team Sunweb), Cosnefroy and Krists Neilands behind him but there are no gaps being created.

Cosnefroy gets over the line first for another KOM point. De Gendt has dropped back now as Hirschi pushes on down the descent.

Hirschi almost lost it on a corner there but he continues on alone.

Hirschi is caught on the flat. It's all together again now. Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) and Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) are among the faces up front.

Van Aert covered a move by Andrey Amador (Ineos Grenadiers) and now his Jumbo-Visma teammate Tony Martin has covered a move at the front, too.

Nicolas Roche (Team Sunweb) is a few seconds off the front.

Still nothing is sticking. Roche is caught now, and more men have a go at the front.

Now Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-QuickStep) makes a move, though he is also struggling to get away.

Groupama-FDJ have several riders on the front. They close down Alaphilippe and now the peloton is lined out under the high pace.

Stefan Küng and David Gaudu are up front for Groupama-FDJ. Sagan, Alaphilippe, Schachmann, Van Aert are all up there too.

Michael Valgren (NTT Pro Cycling) gives it a go. Still, nobody is getting a gap. The majority of the peloton is lined out in single file at this point.

Fabio Aru (UAE Team Emirates) is off the back. It looks like he's off the pace rather than suffering from a mechanical problem.

There's still a long way to go until the first big climb of the day, the Col de la Hourcère. We're 33km away from the base of the first-category climb.

There's still no breakaway group here. Riders keep trying to get away but it has ben a fruitless endeavour so far. 

Matteo Trentin (CCC Team) gets off the front briefly as the riders pass the 30km mark. He's quickly chased down, though.

Aru is a kilometre off the back of the peloton now. His Tour could be over today.

World champion Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo) on the front now, but his acceleration comes to nothing, just like everyone else's so far.

Meanwhile, Fabio Aru yells and the camera moto and waves them away. He's not having much fun today.

Lennard Kämna (Bora-Hansgrohe) is back among the cars, having rode off-road. He's fine, though.

Up front the pace is super high at 60kph. Aru is doing around 50kph, is 1.6km down and being stalked by the broom wagon.

Tim Declercq (Deceuninick-QuickStep), Greg Van Avermaet (CCC Team), Jan Polanc (UAE Team Emirates) join the revolving list of names on the front. Still nothing sticks.

48kph average speed so far. Pavel Sivakov (Ineos Grenadiers) and Dan Martin (Israel Start-Up Nation) are the latest to move up front.

Aru is still fighting on alone, 2.2km behind the peloton. The difference is almost three minutes.

13km to go until the base of the Col de la Hourcère. Mads Pedersen tries again and again to get away.

Now Van Avermaet pushes on for an extended period. There are no gaps in the peloton behind him though. This is brutal.

Now four minutes down, Aru eats a snack. He's still being stalked by the voiture balai .

Rémi Cavagna (Deceuninck-QuickStep) has got himself a small gap, just a few seconds.

More riders are clipping off in groups of twos and threes. Thiis could be it? Cavagna has eight seconds.

Luke Rowe (Ineos Grenadiers), Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) and an EF rider make a move at the front of the peloton. No dice.

Six riders have joined Cavagna now, including three from Team Sunweb. It doesn't look very hopeful for them, though, as the peloton closes in again...

Yep, it's over for that small group. They're brought back already.

Aru takes on an energy gel. He's six minutes back now.

The peloton hit the base of the Col de la Hourcère. The climb is 11.1km long at an average gradient of 8.8 per cent.

Sunweb try again at the front. Thiibaut Pinot (Groupama-FDJ) is up there after yesterday's disaster.

Pinot is among a group of around seven men who have jumped away. We'll see if they actually get away from the peloton here.

Anthony Turgis (Total Direct Energie) has hit the deck but looks OK.

Primož Roglič (Jumbo-Visma) is being shepherded to the front of the peloton. There's a small gap between hiis group and the group of race leader Adam Yates (Mitchlton-Scott).

Sprinters are heading out the back already. Van Aert has made it into a small group up front.

There's no real separation up front as Jumbo-Visma control the peloton.

The peloton is in pieces already. Maybe 30-40 men in there at the moment...

Eight men up front now. They have a decent gap. This might be it, finally...

Swiss champion Sébastien Reichenbach (Groupama-FDJ) is up there with Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma).

Lennard Kämna (Bora-Hansgrohe), Davide Formolo (UAE Team Emirates), David Gaudu and Thibaut Pinot (Groupama-FDJ), Marc Hirschi (Team Sunweb), Hugh Carthy (EF Pro Cycling), Carlos Verona (Movistar), Mickäel Chérel (AG2R La Mondiale), Warren Barguil (Arkéa-Samsic), Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo), Pierre Rolland (B&B Hotels-Vital Concept) are also up front.

Reichenbach, Pinot and Barguil have pushed on further.

Now it's Hirschi and Kämna up front.

Reichenbach, Barguil and Formolo chase.

Kämna drops back to the chasing trio so now we have Lennard Kämna (Bora-Hansgrohe), Warren Barguil (Arkéa-Samsic), Davide Formolo (UAE Team Emirates), Sébastien Reichenbach (Groupama-FDJ) chasing Marc Hirschi (Team Sunweb).

Pinot, Chérel and the rest have dropped back.

Around 30 riders remain in the peloton.

David Gaudu (Groupama-FDJ) and Daniel Martínez (EF Pro Cycling) have bridged across to the chase group behind Hirschi.

50 seconds from Hirschi to the peloton.

Jonathan Castroviejo (Ineos Grenadiers) has also made it across.

So now the chase group is: Lennard Kämna (Bora-Hansgrohe), Warren Barguil (Arkéa-Samsic), Davide Formolo (UAE Team Emirates), Sébastien Reichenbach (Groupama-FDJ), David Gaudu (Groupama-FDJ), Daniel Martínez (EF Pro Cycling), Jonathan Castroviejo (Ineos Grenadiers)

Five Jumbo-Visma riders control the peloton alongside Primož Roglič.

Martínez has jumped away from the chase group. They're 30 seconds down on Hirschi and 30 up on the peloton.

3km from the top of the mountain and Martínez is back with the chasers. Meanwhile, another rider jumps from the peloton.

A minute between Hirschi and the chasers. They lie just 20 seconds up on the peloton.

An Astana rider has jumped across to the chase group. It's Omar Fraile.

Hirschi crosses the top of the climb.

Here's the descent of the Hourcère. Zakarin's dream.

The descent of Col de la Hourcère.#TDF2020 pic.twitter.com/g26TkMKsEs September 6, 2020

Wout van Aert leads the peloton over the top. It wouldn't be a surprise to see the chase group caught soon. They're just hanging 20 seconds off the front.

Fabio Aru (UAE Team Emirates) has abandoned the race. At last check, he was over ten minutes down.

Hirschi starts the next climb, the third-category Col de Soudet. Two minutes back to the peloton.

1:40 between Hirschi and the chase group. 2:25 to the peloton. Things are calm at the moment.

It looks like there's just one Mitchelton-Scott rider in the peloton with race leader Adam Yates. Hard to tell though, at the moment.

Roglič has Wout van Aert, Tom Dumoulin, George Bennett, Robert Gesink and Sepp Kuss with him.

Not sure who's with Egan Bernal.

Gaudu with a bit of a mishap there. He took a bottle from a Groupama-FDJ soigneur and then rode onto the grass into a spectator.

Gaudu is back up and running, and back with the group. Take a look at the incident here.

Bizarre crash involving David Gaudu in the chase group. Took a bottle, fiddled with it and rode off the road into a spectator. He's fine and back in the group though #TDF2020 pic.twitter.com/ask22tPr3W September 6, 2020

Not ideal conditions on the descent of the Soudet...

Two points for Hirschi at the top of the Soudet. Gaudu was second over for one point.

The first climb of the day saw Hirschi take ten points. Fraile took 8, Gaudu 6, Barguil 4, Castroviejo 2 and Martínez 1.

The fog has cleared up for Hirschi towards the bottom of the descent. The roads are still damp, though.

Reichenbach is off the back of the chase group on this descent. He's not enjoying it.

No letting up from Hirschi here. He's 3:15 up on the chasers and 4:20 up on the peloton as he motors along the valley.

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The riders roll through the intermediate sprint. No contest, of course.

Trentin and Felix Großschartner (Bora-Hansgrohe) nip out of the peloton to grab some points, and Van Aert leads the peloton across in 11th place to take 5 points. He's 27 points down on Peter Sagan now.

7km to go until Hirschi hits the next climb of the day, the third-category Col d'Ichère. He's four minutes up on the chase group.

Hirschi starts the climb. No change in situation at the moment.

A lot of riders have come back to the peloton in the valley. We'll see if they up the speed over this climb in the run-up to the first-category Col de Marie Blanque.

The chase group has been brough back, too. Just Hirschi out front now.

The gap is holding steady on the climb. It's 4.2km at a 7 per cent average.

Hirschi takes a bottle from the team car, holds on for around five seconds and magically starts spinning out. That bottle looked a bit too sticky...

Hirschi crests the top of the climb. He's 4:15 up on the peloton, which is still being led by Jumbo-Visma.

9km to go until Hirschi reaches the bottom of the Col de Marie Blanque.

3:55 for Hirschi now. He could hang on here but it all depends on how the peloton race the Marie Blanque.

🇨🇵 #TDF2020 Hirschi is still 3'50 in front. We keep the pace high in the reduced peloton.🚴‍♂️📸 A.S.O./Alex Broadway pic.twitter.com/nJM3eLU4dR September 6, 2020

Hirschi starts the final climb of the day, 3:25 up on the peloton. Here's a look at it.

Roglič has five men with him. Yates has three. Bernal has four.

Van Aert makes the pace at the front as Gesink pulls off and drops back.

Riders are falling off the back now as the pace is upped. Three minutes to Hirschi.

The top of the climb comes with 18.4km to go to the finish line. Is that too far for a big GC move? We'll find out soon.

Van Aert pulls off. Kuss takes over. Michał Kwiatkowski is dropped. 5km to the top.

Yates is sitting right behind Roglič in the paceline. Emanuel Buchmann (Bora-Hansgrohe) drops from the peloton.

2:30 to Hirschi now. He's 3.5km from the top. Kuss, Bennett and Dumoulin left for Roglič – we'll see how long they last.

2.8km to the top for Hirschi and the gap is now 2:15. All the big GC names are still in the peloton. No big surprises so far – Guillaume Martin is towards the back though.

Hirschi's lead at:4km to the top - 2:433.5km - 2:333km - 2:292.5km - 2:11... September 6, 2020

Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) pushes on at the front of the peloton. George Bennett, Sepp Kuss and Sergio Higuita (EF) are dropped.

Adam Yates is dropped!

The gap to Hirschi is down to 1:25 now. Roglič has no teammates now. He's up with Mikel Landa, Egan Bernal and Pogačar.

Bernal pushes on. This is a strong lead group. Can they work together and bury Yates?

Yates is 40 seconds down on the GC leaders. This is a brutal climb.

Richie Porte (Trek-Segafredo) has made it up to the lead quartet!

Roglič, Landa, Bernal, Pogačar and Porte lead, with Hirschi 1:30 up the mountain.

Martin, Quintana, Bardet and Urán are the next group on the road.

Pogačar puts in a few more digs, Porte works his way back to the group. Yates is 35 seconds down.

800 metres to the top for Hirschi.

Yates has Alejandro Valverde and Damiano Caruso for company. He's doing all the work, of course.

12 seconds between the lead group and the Quintana-Bardet-Martin-Urán group.

The chase group is coming back to the Roglič group. Bardet has made it across. Urán, Martin, Quintana and Mollema are nearly there.

Bernal jumps as they reach the summit. Roglič takes over and crosses the line second, but Pogačar almost takes his back wheel out as the go over the top! He was looking behind.

Five-second bonus for Roglič there. Pogačar takes two.

Hirschi only has 15-20 seconds to the GC men now.

Roglič, Pogačar, Landa, Bernal chase.

Porte, Urán, Martin, Quintana, Mollema are further back.

Adam Yates is at 1:05.

Here's a look at the incident at the top of the climb.

Almost disaster for the Slovenians at the top of Marie Blanque #TDF2020 pic.twitter.com/RRKIAr9WYe September 6, 2020

Hirschi passes the 15km banner alone.

Roglič group at 12 seconds. Chasers at 30 seconds. Yates at 1:05 still.

Pogačar, Roglič, Landa and Bernal aren't making much headway here. The gap to Hirschi is holding at around 15 seconds.

The chase group of Urán, Bardet, Mollema, Porte, Martin and Quintana aren't taking any time either. They're 35 seconds down.

And neither is Yates, who is now 1:10 back.

Hirschi is descending very well, but will he be able to hold off the four chasers on the flat? There's a big incentive for them to grab a ten-second bonus at the finish while Hirschi is fighting for the stage win and nothing else.

The front groups have passed the 10km mark. The Quintana chase group looks to be closing in on the Roglič group.

Dumoulin, Carapaz, Valverde, López and Mas are with Yates.

Almost 30 seconds for Hirschi now. The chase group is 15 seconds down on the quartet behind Hirschi. Yates and co are 1:30 back.

As things stand, Roglič is virtual race leader. Bernal will be at 15 seconds, Martin at 24, Bardet at 26 and Urán at 28.

It looks like Hirschi could have this in hand. The Roglič group isn't making any headway.

And just as I say that, the gap comes down. They pass the 4km banner and it's down to 15 seconds!

30 seconds back to Quintana's group. 1:20 back to Yates.

Just 12 seconds for Hirschi now. It looks like it'll be a brutal ending for him after his massive solo effort.

Hirschi is caught, finally. Chapeau to him. Now, who will win this sprint?

Hirschi tightens his shoe straps, heh. He's not giving up without a fight here.

Roglič leads from the front. Landa, Pogačar, Bernal and Hirschi behind....

Roglič the favourite with his finishing speed.

Hirschi comes through into the lead!

It's three wide at the line between Hirschi and the two Slovenians!

And it's Pogačar who takes it! What a sprint. It was so close. Roglič in second ahead of Hirschi.

Yates crosses the line 54 seconds down. He's out of yellow and Roglič will take yellow.

Check above for the stage and GC results.

The sprint to the line. It really looked like Hirschi was going to win that. Heartbreaking for the Sunweb rider.

The sprint finish. Really looked like Hirschi had that, and after that massive solo effort too.. #TDF2020 pic.twitter.com/ALMFZcJrPt September 6, 2020

Here's what Pogačar had to say after the finish.

"It's really crazy - after that hard day to win the stage. It's really incredible. Thanks to my teammates, they did a really good job all day. I'm really happy to pull that victory. Actually I wanted to gain as much time as I could in GC, but in the last 800m I knew the stage win was 10 seconds. I was focussing for the sprint - I just went full gas sprint

"Primož is really good - he's won before he'll win more. I hope we can do together great things. I'm really happy overall so far - sure, one stage there was a little mistake but actually we take two stages so it's really good so far."

🇸🇮@TamauPogi hit a top speed of 60.6km/h 30m from the line to edge @MarcHirschi in LarunsHe is the youngest Stage winner on the roads of @LeTour in the 21st century#TDF2020 #TDFdata https://t.co/hcTx0Pa6kl September 6, 2020

Here's now-former yellow jersey Adam Yates on today's events.

"I knew coming into the race I wasn't 100 per cent. I gave everything I could to hang on. I think we can be proud of what we did. I'll freshen up now, have a rest day and then go after some stages."

Our short report on today's stage is up now! Check out brief results and a photo gallery from stage 9 too.

Here's Roglič with his first cuddly lion of the 2020 Tour.

Here's our first news item from today's stage, on Adam Yates falling out of the race lead after dropping on the Col de Marie Blanque.

Adam Yates' time in yellow jersey ends on hectic day at Tour de France

Briton drops to eighth overall on second day in the Pyrenees

The other jerseys remain on the same shoulders heading into Monday's rest day. Egan Bernal is in white, Peter Sagan is in green, and Benoît Cosnefroy is in polka dots.

However, Movistar have taken the lead of the team ranking! They won the competition in 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2019, so it's business as usual for the Spaniards.

The racing may be over, but there's a brutally long transfer to come for the riders, staff, organisation and journalists.

They'll be driving half the length of France's west coast this evening, from Laruns, close to the Spanish border, to the Charente-Maritime department just north of Bordeaux.

That's a transfer of around 400 kilometres and four hours...

A few quick quotes from the other jersey holders after today's stage...

Peter Sagan, green jersey holder: "I'm satisfied with the jersey and with the team's work, but I'm missing a stage win."

Benoît Cosnefroy, KOM leader: "To get out of the Pyrenées with this jersey, I wouldn't have believed it. I'm very happy and proud. I can't lie, I've been looking forward to the rest day! I'll do my best to defend the jersey!"

21-year-old Tadej Pogačar celebrates his first Tour de France stage victory.

Egan Bernal, who lies in second overall and in the white jersey, said that he's happy with his race so far and was happy with today's stage even if he lost time to Roglič.

"I think it was a good day again because it's not just about the time to gain or lost. I think in this part of the race ethe feeling you have on the bike is also important. The feeling I had today was better than yesterday."

Check out our full stage 9 report with results and a big photo gallery.

Pogacar steps up Tour de France challenge with impressive Pyrenean stage win

Slovenian moves up to seventh overall on GC after aggressive ride

A bit of salt in the wound for today's star Marc Hirschi.

The Sunweb rider got a 20-second GC penalty and 200CHF fine today for taking a resupply in the final 20km. That's the same penalty that saw Julian Alaphilippe lose yellow earlier in the week, though Hirschi is already over an hour down.

He also got a 200CHF fine for littering outside of the designated areas.

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'The feeling I had today was better than yesterday' says Colombian

Our daily analysis piece from Procycling magazine is in, too.

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But will Slovenian try to keep the leader's jersey for two weeks?

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It could be a worrying rest day for teams and riders tomorrow as everyone in the Tour bubble gets tested for COVID-19. Two positives on a team and they get sent home, remember (barring false positives).

Tour de France bubble to be COVID-19 tested over next two days

Results will be announced Tuesday morning after re-tests to rule out false positives

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Incubus Announces 2024 US Arena Tour Performing The Iconic Album “Morning View” In Its Entirety Plus The Hits

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Tickets available starting tuesday, february 6 with citi presale, general onsale begins friday, february 9 at 10am local on livenation.com.

Today, Incubus announced their 2024 US Arena tour, performing their iconic album “Morning View” in its entirety, plus the hits featuring special guests Coheed and Cambria. Produced by Live Nation, the 10-city ARENA tour kicks off on August 23 at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit making stops across the U.S. in New York, Tampa, Austin and more before wrapping up in San Francisco at Chase Center on September 12.

Incubus originally released their critically acclaimed studio album Morning View on October 23, 2001, and were met with an outpouring of love and acclaim from fans and industry alike. The album has been RIAA certified double Platinum and spent 60 weeks on the Billboard 200 peaking at number 2.

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On October 6, 2023, the band announced the re-recording and re-release of the acclaimed double album entitled Morning View XXIII  (Virgin Music Group), which is set for an album release date of May 10 th , 2024.  Morning View XXIII preorders will begin alongside the general tour on sale this Friday, February 9th, and you can presave HERE .

“Roughly 23 years ago we rented a house at the sea to do an art experiment. The novel and expansive environment combined with a healthy dose of momentum helped us find that ever sought after FLOW state and the songs that became known as ‘Morning View’ have since become indelible and deeply important parts of our lives,” said Brandon Boyd.

“This album helped propel our little art experiment called ‘Incubus’ into a way of life and here we are today, some 23 years later, about to introduce a new/next phase of it’s existence. ‘Morning View xxiii’ is a re-recording/re-think of the 2001 album and is the result of our desire to honor this burgeoning legacy but also reimagine it as musicians who have been lovingly performing these songs night after night for the last 23 years. See you on the road soon!”

TICKETS: Tickets will be available starting with Citi presale (details below) beginning Tuesday, February 6. Additional presales will run throughout the week ahead of the general onsale beginning Friday, February 9 at 10am local time at LiveNation.com.

PRESALE: Citi is the official card of the Incubus 2024 Tour. Citi cardmembers will have access to presale tickets beginning Tuesday, February 6 at 10am local time until Thursday, February 8 at 10pm local time through the Citi Entertainment program. For complete presale details visit www.citientertainment.com .

VIP: The tour will also offer a variety of different VIP packages and experiences for fans to take their concert experience to the next level. Packages vary but include premium tickets, playing table tennis with select members of the band, photo op with Incubus, side stage viewing of the Incubus set, exclusive merch item & more. For more information, visit vipnation .com !


Fri Aug 23 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena

Sat Aug 24 – Rosemont, IL – Allstate Arena

Tue Aug 27 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center

Thu Aug 29 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden

Sat Aug 31 – Boston, MA – TD Garden

Tue Sep 03 – Tampa, FL – Amalie Arena

Fri Sep 06 – Irving, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

Sat Sep 07 – Austin, TX – Moody Center ATX

Mon Sep 09 – Denver, CO – Ball Arena

Thu Sep 12 – San Francisco, CA – Chase Center


As a sonic and spiritual enigma, Incubus continue to stretch, shape, and shake the foundation of alternative music, embracing endless possibilities and eclipsing any and all boundaries in the process. The multiplatinum Los Angeles band—Brandon Boyd [vocals], Mike Einziger [guitar, piano, backing vocals], José Pasillas II [drums], Chris Kilmore [turntables, keyboards], and Nicole Row [bass]—tune into the creative exchange between them and beam it back to audiences as loudly (and lovingly) as possible. To date, the quintet have notably sold over 23 million albums, scored dozens of multi-platinum and platinum certifications around the globe, gathered billions of streams, and notched six consecutive Top 5 debuts on the Billboard 200. At the same time, they have graced the bills of festivals such as BottleRock, Ohana, Lollapalooza, and Rock In Rio in addition to headlining arenas and amphitheaters worldwide. During 2021, the musicians celebrated the 20th anniversary of their seminal double-platinum third full-length offering, Morning View, with a worldwide livestream. Incubus returned to the house where they famously recorded the album and performed the entire tracklisting from front-to-back for the first time. It incited a rapturous fan response, and the band decided to do it again in October 2023. The group sold out the legendary Hollywood Bowl and performed Morning View in front of a hometown audience, unassumingly kickstarting another era. Between launching a massive US Morning View arena tour in 2024, they ignite the next phase of Incubus with Morning View XXIII and more new music on the horizon. So, are you in?

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How to get Adele tickets as Ticketmaster sale goes live today for 2024 Munich residency

Rumour has it that she’s back! Here’s how you can get tickets to see Adele on her Munich residency, and make sure you send our love!

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It’s not quite hometown glory – but close enough. This summer, Adele is jetting off to Munich to play her first shows in mainland Europe since 2016.

The world-famous singer has announced a residency at the bespoke Munich Messe arena this August and tickets are on sale now.

So far, the 35-year-old is booked in for 10 shows, although this has already increased from the original four due to “extraordinarily high demand” from fans.

This string of performances will come off the back of Adele’s Las Vegas residency, which has been running since 2022, and will mark the first time the singer performs her fourth album, 30, on tour.

Taking to Instagram to speak about the upcoming shows, Adele said: “So a few months ago I got a call about a summer run of shows. I’ve been content as anything with my shows in London’s Hyde Park and my residency in Vegas, so I hadn’t had any other plans.

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"However, I was too curious to not follow up and indulge in this idea – a one off, bespoke pop-up stadium designed around whatever show I want to put on?”

“Pretty much slap bang in the middle of Europe? In Munich? That’s a bit random, but still fabulous! Right after the Euros? Come on England! With the Olympics next door? Go on Simone! And some of my favourite artists playing shows too? Why…YES!! I haven’t played in Europe since 2016!”

So, after all these years, Adele is inviting you to meet her in Munich. If you don’t fancy it, then never mind, she’ll find someone like you. But if, like us, you’re willing to set fire to the rain to get there, here’s how you can get tickets on Ticketmaster, or through the re-sale site StubHub .

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  • Where is Adele performing?
  • What are the Adele Munich 2024 dates?

Adele Munich residency ticket prices

  • When do Adele tickets go on sale?

How to prepare for the Adele Ticketmaster sale

  • Flights to Munich and where to stay

Where is Adele performing in Munich?

Adele’s residency will be held at the bespoke Munich Messe Arena, on the outskirts of the city. The open-air venue has a capacity of over 80,000 and will mark the singer’s first mainland Europe appearance since 2016.

What are the dates of Adele’s Munich 2024 residency?

The original announcement for Adele’s Munich residency included just four dates. However, due to “extraordinarily high demand”, another six have already been added.

It’s been rumoured that a total of 11 dates have been made available for the artist, so we’ll be sure to update you if any more shows are added.

Here’s the full list of dates:

  • 2nd Aug 2024 – Open Air Arena, Messe München
  • 3rd Aug 2024 – Open Air Arena, Messe München
  • 9th Aug 2024 – Open Air Arena, Messe München
  • 10th Aug 2024 – Open Air Arena, Messe München
  • 14th Aug 2024 – Open Air Arena, Messe München
  • 16th Aug 2024 – Open Air Arena, Messe München
  • 23rd Aug 2024 – Open Air Arena, Messe München
  • 24th Aug 2024 – Open Air Arena, Messe München
  • 30th Aug 2024 – Open Air Arena, Messe München
  • 31st Aug 2024 – Open Air Arena, Messe München

Ticket prices start at €74.90 to €119.90 for seats near the back, while and front seats are €369.90 to €399.90. For standing, you'll need to pay between €369.90 and €419.90.

You can also buy hospitality tickets from the German Ticketmaster site, although these will cost a lot more (remember that her Los Vegas VIP tickets went up to $4 million!)

Buy Adele hospitality tickets at Ticketmaster

When do Adele tickets go on general sale?

General sale will go live at 9am GMT/10am CET on Friday 9th February .

The sale will go live across all Ticketmaster sites, including Ticketmaster.co.uk , and you can use any Ticketmaster account to buy your tickets tickets – so you don’t need an account specifically with Ticketmaster.de.

If you miss out on the Ticketmaster sale , you can always find some on the re-sale site StubHub . We know that re-sale sites can be tricky and we wouldn't normally recommend them, however this website has a 4.3 rating on TrustPilot , although you should be wary of the prices.

Buy Adele tickets at StubHub

You need to make sure you have a Ticketmaster account ahead of the sale on Friday.

To do this, simply head over to Ticketmaster and select " sign up ."

You should also check your account has a valid phone number, as you may need to verify this when buying tickets – make sure you have your mobile to hand.

Lastly on the day of the sale, make sure you sign in beforehand as you may be prompted to update your password.

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Flights to Munich and cheap hotel stays

Not only is Munich a beautiful city, but it’s also remarkably easy to get to, with routes available via plane, train, and coach.

Flying is by far the most direct route, with planes running all the time from London Gatwick and London Heathrow. The flight will normally take just under two hours and can cost as little as £52 – although as it’s August you should expect them to be more around the £100 mark.

To get the cheapest options, we’d recommend having a look at SkyScanner which will find all the best deals for you. Either that, or there’s some great packages available at Expedia .

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  • Shop Munich flights at Expedia

If you’d rather go by train, you’ll probably end up paying somewhere in the realm of £120 to £180. It will also take a lot longer, as you’ll need to get the Eurostar from London to Brussels, then it’s an intercity train to Frankfurt and then onto Munich.

  • Shop trains to Munich at Trainline.com

Lastly, you can hop on a coach from London (with a possible stop over in Paris) which will take around 22 hours to get to Munich and cost around £80.

  • Shop coaches to Munich at Flixbus

Then, once you’re in Munich, you can find a tonne of hotel and apartment options, with prices starting at roughly £40 a night. For this, we’d recommend looking at Expedia , Booking.com or even Airbnb .

  • Shop Munich stays at Expedia
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For more music news, here are the best West End shows and what is ABBA Voyage ? Plus, how to get tickets to see Cara Delevingne in Cabaret .

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