Tour De France 2013 Stage 14 Saint Pourcain Sur Sioule To Lyon Preview

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Updated: July 13, 2013

With a spectacular flat stage over and not really a chance for the sprinters to get another stage win until the Champs-Elysee. A last 191 km preparation race for the Alps and this race should be a good one with many hills that could shape the race and maybe even the Tour.

Stage 14 map profile 2013

 

What To Expect

The climbs aren’t the hardest that the Tour De France has this year, but there are enough of them to get rid

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of the sprinters. 5 Category four climbs and two category three climbs means that if there is a break-away that doesn’t consist of Pierre Rolland, then we can maybe expect a new King Of The Mountain at the end of the day. The intermediate sprint is just before the 110 km mark and should also be contested by the leaders.

Predictions

The favourites are some all-rounders like Phillipe Gilbert and Dan Martin. I haven’t at all been impressed by Phillipe Gilbert and think he is far from his best. Dan Martin on the other hand has impressed me by managing to stay near the front nearly all the time and also winning a very difficult stage in the Pyrenees. I think that Dan Martin will win this stage.

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