- 30. november 2023Lille blir vertskap for Tour de France-starten i 2025
- 25. oktober 2023Årets Tour de France-løype
- 4. oktober 2023Mark Cavendish tar ett nytt år
- 30. juli 2023Demi Vollering vant Tour de France Femmes
- 23. juli 2023Slik endte årets Tour de France
- 23. juli 2023Jordi Meeus kuppet seieren foran Philipsen
- 22. juli 2023Siste mulighet for sammenlagtrytterne i årets Tour de France
- 21. juli 2023Mohoric først til Poligny
- 20. juli 2023Jonas Abrahamsen nummer tre på etappe 18 av Tour de France
- 19. juli 2023Pogacar sprakk - Touren mer eller mindre avgjort
Startliste, etappeprofiler og resultater for Tour de France kvinner som arrangeres fra 23. til 30. juli 2023.
Tour de France kvinner 2024
Tour de France Femmes avec Swift, etapperitt over åtte etapper (2.WWT)
Løypa ble offentliggjort i Paris 25. oktober 2023.
12. – 18. august
Resultater Tour de France kvinner etappe for etappe
12. august, etappe 1: Rotterdam – La Haye, 124 km – Flat
13. august, etappe 2: Dordrecht – Rotterdam, 67 km – Flat
13. august, etappe 3: Rotterdam – Rotterdam, 6,3 km – Flat tempo
14. august, etappe 4: Valkenburg – Liege, 122 km – Kupert
15. august, etappe 5: Bastonge – Amneville, 150 km – Kupert
16. august, etappe 6: Remiremont – Morteau, 160 km – Kupert
17. august, etappe 7: Champagnole – Le Grand-Bornand, 167 km – Fjell
18. august, etappe 8: Le Grand Bornand – Alpe d’Huez, 150 km – Fjell (3900 meter stigning)
Om Tour de France kvinner
The Tour de France Femmes (French pronunciation: [tuʁ də fʁɑ̃s fam]) is an annual women’s cycle stage race around France. It is organised by Amaury Sport Organization (ASO), which also runs the Tour de France. It is part of the UCI Women’s World Tour.
Some teams and media have referred to the race as a ‘Grand Tour’, as it is one of the biggest events on the women’s calendar. However, the race does not meet the UCI definition of such an event.
After a one off event in 1955, an equivalent race to the Tour de France for women was held under different names between 1984 and 2009. Over the years, these races struggled with financial difficulties, limited media coverage and trademark issues with the organisers of the Tour de France. Following criticism by campaigners and the professional women’s peloton, a one/two day race (La Course by Le Tour de France) was held between 2014 and 2021, and Tour de France Femmes staged its first edition in 2022.
The 2022 edition of the race featured 8 stages, taking place in July in the week after the men’s tour. 24 teams took part, with six riders in each team.
All stages are timed to the finish; the riders’ times are compounded with their previous stage times. The rider with the lowest cumulative finishing times is the leader of the race and wears the yellow jersey (maillot jaune). While the general classification garners the most attention, there are other contests held within the Tour: the points classification for the sprinters, the mountains classification for the climbers, young rider classification for riders under the age of 23, and the team classification, based on the first three finishers from each team on each stage. Achieving a stage win also provides prestige, often accomplished by a team’s sprint specialist or a rider taking part in a breakaway.
Tidligere vinnere av Tour de France kvinner
|Since 1955, various professional women’s cycle stage races across France havehistorically been held as an equivalent to the Tour de France for women|
|2022||Annemiek van Vleuten (NED)||Movistar Team|