Tour De France 2013 Stage 21 Versailles To Paris Champs-Elysees Preview

Updated: July 21, 2013


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the classifications are practically decided and the only thing left of this year’s Tour De France is the famous finish around the Champs-Elysees. The stage will be an evening stage to give the most decorated stage a bit more diversity for the 100th edition. On this 118 km race Mark Cavendish will be looking for his 5th consecutive win on this stage.

Stage 21 2013 Tour De France Map Profile


What To Expect

The race will

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start with a ride through the grounds of the Chateau in Versailles then lead out onto the roads of Paris, it is highly doubtable that there will be a break-away group, actually nearly impossible. They ride through the city until they reach Rue de Rivoli which will lead them eventually onto the Champs-Elysee. From the finish-line to the Arc de Triomphe, it is a bit of an uphill climb, then when they pass that the pace picks up going a bit more downhill. The

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whole circuit is 6,5 kilometres long, that gives them ten laps in which to complete the race.


A sprinter’s day so on a stage like this it’s quite simply all about who is the fastest sprinter. In my opinion Mark Cavendish is still the fastest sprinter in the world, despite being once out-sprinted by Marcel Kittel. Kittel will give Cavendish a run for his money but most likely won’t beat him. I’m pretty sure that Cavendish will win this stage and get his 5th consecutive win on the Champs-Elysee.


“Tour De France 2013 Stage 21 Versailles To Paris Champs-Elysees Preview” written by Seb True

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