The 2022 Tour de France sees Slovenian prodigy Tadej Pogacar goal to win a 3rd yellow jersey in three years, however the favorite is up towards some stiff opposition.
Pogacar faces the would possibly of the Dutch staff Jumbo-Visma, who carry a number of threats together with Pogacar’s nationwide teammate Primoz Roglic and final yr’s Tour runner-up, Jonas Vingegaard.
Meanwhile Ineos Grenadiers are with out their main gentle Egan Bernal, the 2019 champion who continues to be recovering from harm, however they do have the in-form Geraint Thomas recent from profitable the Tour de Suisse, Colombian climber Dani Martinez, in addition to potential stage winners Adam Yates and Tom Pidcock.
This race started in Copenhagen and finishes in Paris on Sunday 24 July. The Tour often begins on Saturday however the switch from this yr’s opening three levels in Copenhagen to northern France meant an early relaxation day and a Friday begin to accommodate it.
Here is every part that you must find out about at this time’s stage.
Stage 6 begin time
The stage is scheduled to start at round 11.15am BST and may end round 4:30m BST.
How to look at on TV and on-line
Tour de France protection may be discovered this yr on ITV4, Eurosport, Discovery+ and GCN+ (Global Cycling Network).
Live racing every day can be proven on ITV4 earlier than highlights sometimes at 7pm every day. ITV’s web site lists timings right here.
Eurosport and GCN+ will present each minute of each stage. More on Eurosport’s protection right here and the GCN+ protection right here.
It can also be being proven on Eurosport’s Discovery+ streaming service, with broadcast information right here.
Stage 6 route map and profile
A lumpy end to this stage is prone to knock any sprinters out of rivalry and supply up the win to anybody courageous sufficient to hurry down the descent from the class three Cote de Pulventeux which lurks near the top of what is going to be an extended day. Peter Sagan received in Longwy in 2017.