summary of the 19th stage and classification, Laporte wins the sprint!


TOUR DE FRANCE. The 19th stage of the Tour de France took a long time until Cahors which in the end was an amazing victory this Friday July 22 for Christophe Laporte. Classification.

20:00 – Good night everyone!

This is the end of this live! Thanks to everyone for following us all day on Linternaute to experience Christophe Laporte’s victory live. See you tomorrow for the 20th episode. Good night!

7:49 pm – What is the profile of the 20th stage of the Tour de France on Saturday?

Tomorrow, Saturday, it will be the penultimate stage of this Tour de France 2022. It will be an individual time trial, the second of this edition of the Great Loop. The runners must rally from Lacapelle-Marival to Rocamadour. A flat stage of more than 40.7km through the Lot should not worry the leader of the race, Jonas Vingegaard.

19:43 – Second arrival in Cahors.. and second French victory

For the second time in its history, Cahors is the scene of a stage finish of the Tour de France. And for the second time, a Frenchman won the prefecture of Lot with the victory of Christophe Laporte. In 1994, Jacky Durand won the stage, starting in Bergerac.

19:29 – First victory of France in the 19th period.. like in 2016

So it is necessary to wait 19 stages to see a Frenchman win a stage in this Tour de France 2022. An eternity, which is not new. If in previous editions, a Habs always shined quickly, especially Julian Alaphilippe, in 2016, also had to wait for the 19th stage to see a Frenchman raising his arms on the line of ending. This is Romain Bardet, winner of Saint-Gervais-les-Bains, in the Alps.

19:10 – For Florian Sénéchal, Christophe Laporte “deserves this victory”

Arriving 4th in the 19th stage, Florian Sénéchal, the rider of Quick-Step, wanted to congratulate his countryman on his victory: “Christophe Laporte maneuvered well and his whole team was on front … He is very strong! He did not stop in the last 500 meters. He deserves this victory, he is a great runner.”

18:55 – Tadej Pogacar regained 5 seconds in the general classification

Tadej Pogacar crossed the finish line in fifth position. In addition, the Slovenian took five seconds from the yellow jersey, Jonas Vingegaard. Certainly not enough to reverse the trend during the test on Saturday July 23, 2022.

18:40 – This transition period is very fast

For the transition period, before the time trial this Saturday, the pace is much faster. In fact, the runners covered 188.3 kilometers during the day at a speed of 48.620 km/h.

18:25 – Alexis Gougeard believes the victory in the last kilometers

“I missed a bit. This time, I really believed in it. I was told 15 seconds in the last kilometers. I wasn’t at my best with the guys [ses compagnons d’échappée Jasper Stuyven et Fred Wright], but I believe it. Then I saw Laporte and I said to myself ‘well, it’s going to be complicated’…”, reacted Alexis Gougeard, one of the runners who escaped and took a kilometer from the finish…

18:10 – Vingegaard still in yellow jersey

Of course, not surprisingly, Jonas Vingegaard is still the overall leader of the Tour de France 2022 ahead of Tadej Pogacar 48 hours from the end of Paris.

17:57 – The top 10 of the 19th stage of the Tour de France

Here are the top 10 of this 19th stage of the Tour de France with three Frenchmen in the classification, Christophe Laporte 1st, Florian Sénéchal 4th, Hugo Hofstetter 8th.

17:44 – Laporte: “Van Aert told me ‘this is for you now'”

“It’s hard to realize that. The team trusts me now. Van Aert told me ‘this is for you now’. The last time he told me like that, it was in Paris-Nice. So here it is, it brought me a good luck. We want to secure Vingegaard up to 3km”, explained Christophe Laporte, who was very moved at the end of the 19th stage of the Tour de France.

17:30 – The video of the victory

Return to the last kilometer of this 19th stage of the Tour de France with Christophe Laporte’s incredible victory.

17:15 – France’s first victory in the Tour de France 2022

Finally a French victory in the Tour de France 2022! We have to wait for the 19th stage, but Christophe Laporte allows the French not to leave empty-handed from this 109th edition.

17:12 – Florian Senechal 4th

French road champion Florian Sénéchal did the bunch sprint in place of Jakobsen and finished 4th in this 19th stage.

17:10 – First victory in a Grand Tour

Christophe Laporte won the first victory of his career in the Tour de France and especially in a Grand Tour.

17:06 – VICTORY FOR LAPORTE!

What a great victory for Christophe Laporte who started on a red blaze to win alone and beat the peloton!

17:04 – Laporte is well positioned

In the red flame, Christophe Laporte is very well placed and can aim for the stage victory!

17:03 – Only 3 kilometers to go

The gap between the trio and the peloton is still 10 seconds! There are only 3 kilometers left, maybe it will stink for a breakaway.

17:00 – Always 10 seconds ahead

The trio only had a 10 second lead, but fought back well against the peloton which threw its last energy into the chase.

16:58 – Van Aert drives forward

The moment of doubt for the peloton because the fellow sprinters could no longer ride in front and the Jumbo team was rolling.

16:55 – Only 10 kilometers to go!

Will they do it? The trio is in the 10 kilometer arc before the end of the 19th stage of the Tour de France 2022.

16:47 – It’s so loud!

The pace of the peloton at the front of the peloton is very high as Philipsen, van Aert are already at the front of the race. Only 25 seconds remained between the trio and the peloton.

16:42 – TotalEnergies in front

The formation of Peter Sagan was at the front of the peloton and tried to catch the breakaways as we approached Cahors.

16:36 – A front threesome

Gougeard is joined by Wright and Stuyven and the trio currently has a massive thirty-second lead over the vanguard of the peloton.

16:31 – Pogacar accelerates

Less than 35 kilometers from the finish, the peloton sped up and Tadej Pogacar joined.

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