Tour De France 2013 Stage 10 Saint Gildas Des Bois To Saint Melo Preview

Updated: July 8, 2013

With the Pyrenees over and only really the Alps left for the climbers, we head back to flat ground after a days rest. This 197 kilometre race heads through the region of Brittany to Normandy.

Stage 10 of Tour De France 2013 Map Profile


What To Expect

As a very flat stage, this will be a chance for all the teams to set up their sprinters for the stage win. Unlike Stage 7, the end

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was set up for a sprinter, but climbing abilities were necessary which led to a Peter Sagan win, who is the only sprinter who can climb a little bit. Being near the north west coast of France, a lot of wind is expected, as usual this year. The cyclist (Sprinter) who has prepared the best during the rest day will most likely be the winner of this stage. As we’ve seen regularly this year, break-aways most certainly will happen early on and with the sprinters’ teams usually up to the challenge, they most likely will get caught near the end. There is only one climb, a category 4 climb, which is just after the intermediate sprint, so the cyclists ahead of the peloton will most likely take maximum points on the sprint and one of them to finish first on the climb.


The climbs shouldn’t be too difficult for any of the main sprinters to keep up, the likes of Greipel (LOT), Cavendish (OPQ), Sagan (CAN), Kittel (ARG) and Boasson Hagen (SKY). For Cavendish, his team-mates could easily be tired from the mountain stages, having tried to push for high positions like, Kwiatkowski and Chavanel. Cannondale won’t be able to use the same tactic as in Stage 7 by making sure the other sprinters would have to push very hard on the climbs which proved to be too much for them. For Kittel, he has tried to get stage wins on his own because he’s got such a weak team compared to the others and I don’t think tomorrow will be his day. Team Sky don’t seem to have as much fire power in their team and look very weak at the moment. So I think this stage is going to be won by one of the Germans, I think Greipel will win it.


“Tour De France 2013 Stage 10 Saint Gildas Des Bois To Saint-Melo Preview” written by Seb True

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