Tour de France 2023 today, stage 21: schedule, profile and route

One step away from completing the 3,405 kilometers of the 2023 Tour de France, the one that will crown Jonas Vingegaard for the second time in a row, the one that will put an end to the effort of an intense month of July, because all those who cross the finish line in Paris will have reasons to, at least, be satisfied. Some, far from the result they expected, others, improving the forecasts but, in short, being in the best race in the world, and finish it, is not within everyone’s reach. Paris, the Champs Elysées, will serve to say goodbye to the 110th edition of the Tour, and it will be goodbye… until two years from now. In 2024, on the occasion of the Olympic Games, the race will finish in Nice, being the first time in history that it does not do so in the capital.

As history indicates, barring smaller and more unlikely surprises, a sprint will be the climax of the 21 stages. The day will start in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, in a nod to the 2024 Olympic event, whose events in all cycling disciplines will largely take place in the Yvelines. With a small dimension of fourth, the ‘survivors’ after more than three weeks of competition will do eight laps of the Champs-Élysées circuit. Jasper Philipsen, the great dominator of the volatas in this edition with four successes, starts as a great favorite. Just by crossing the finish line, he has secured the green jersey of regularity. They will surely have many rivals, because winning on the Tour is important, but doing it in Paris is, if possible, even more special. This is over.

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