Tour De France 2013 Stage 8 Castres To Ax 3 Domaines Preview

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Updated: July 6, 2013

The moment we’ve all been waiting for has arrived, one week into the Tour De France and we finally see the proper climbs coming into the race. There are 194 kilometre and no doubt that this kind of stage is tougher on a sprinter than a flat stage is on a climber. Just south and 10 metres higher than Albi, located at 175 metres above sea-level but in Castres

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the climbs don’t start straight away, they actually don’t come around until the end of the race, rising to 2001 metre then the first mountain-top finish this year at 1360 metres high.

Tour de france 2013 stage 8 map profile

What To Expect

For the first 119 kilometres of the race, we should see the peloton still staying together without too much to worry about on a part that is considered flat compared to the last part. Some might take the initiative to break away straight away to try and gain some time ready for the big climb. The Tour favourites should flourish in this race, the likes of Froome, Contador, Evans and maybe even Schleck if he can reproduce outstanding performances that he has done before in the Tour De France in incredible circumstances. This will even be a difficult race for strong climbers with the gradient going up to as much as 12 %.

Predictions

The best climber in this year’s Tour is Chris Froome, so he is my favourite to win this race and maybe take on the yellow jersey. Alberto Contador could also be either first or second, I think that this climb will be a bit too much for Evans and Schleck to be able to compete. I also think that whoever wins this stage will take the yellow jersey for the next stage. An dark horse for this race could be Irishman Daniel Martin who hasn’t been too far behind in most races and is a natural climber so this stage is made for him to catch up on lost time.

 

“Tour De France 2013 Stage 8 Castres To Ax 3 Domaines Preview” written by Seb True

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