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104th Tour de France - Stage 20 Report and Video
 
By Mark Sharon
Date: 7/22/2017
104th Tour de France - Stage 20 Report and Video
 
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July 20, 2017

Tour de France 2017

Stage 20: Marseille - Marseille (time trial), 23km

Bodnar blasts Marseille to win ITT, Uran bounces off barriers to secure second on GC, Bardet hangs on to the podium by a second's worth of fingernails, while Froome is all smiles as leader.

Even Maciej Bodnar betrayed surprise when his tenure of the hotseat proved to be definitive. The 32 year old Polish rider for Bora Hansgrohe had a slew of fast men coming after him but none could assail the time of 28'15" he set to pass Taylor Phinney, fifth man to start.

“I can't believe it. Last year I was close to win a stage and this year I'm even closer. I'm really happy. I've spent 3 hours waiting in the stadium. The atmosphere was amazing. I was feeling good today in the race, then Kwiatkowski threatened me but didn't beat me. I was waiting for Froome, knowing that he's really good in TT. It's a huge victory for me.”

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Maciej Bodnar wins Stage 20 ITT

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Maciej Bodnar in the hot seat

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Chris Froome on track for fourth le Tour win


Summary - Stage 20 - Tour de France 2017 by tourdefrance_en

Stage 20 Results and GC


 

Route 104th Tour de France ASO

Stage List

Stage 1: 1 July - Dusseldorf - Dusseldorf (time trial), 13km

Stage 2: 2 July - Dusseldorf - Liege (Belgium), 202km

Stage 3: 3 July - Verviers (Belgium) - Longwy, 202km

Stage 4: 4 July - Mondorf-Les-Bains (Luxembourg) - Vittel, 203km

Stage 5: 5 July - Vittel - La Planche des Belles Filles, 160km

Stage 6: 6 July - Vesoul - Troyes, 216km

Stage 7: 7 July 7 - Troyes - Nuits-Saint-Georges, 214km

Stage 8: 8 July 8 - Dole - Station des Rousses, 187km

Stage 9: 9 July - Nantua - Chambery, 181km

First rest day: 10 July

Stage 10: 11 July - Perigueux - Bergerac, 178km

Stage 11: 12 July - Eymet - Pau, 202km

Stage 12: 13 July - Pau - Peyragudes, 214km

Stage 13: 14 July - Saint-Girons - Foix, 100km

Stage 14: 15 July - Blagnac - Rodez, 181km

Stage 15: 16 July - Laissac-Severac L'Eglise - Le-Puy-en-Velay, 189km

Second rest day: 17 July

Stage 16: 18 July - Le-Puy-en-Velay - Romans-sur-Isere, 165km

Stage 17: 19 July - La Mure - Serre-Chevalier, 183km

Stage 18: 20 July - Briancon - Izoard, 178km

Stage 19: 21 July - Embrun - Salon-de-Provence, 220km

Stage 20: 22 July - Marseille - Marseille (time trial), 23km

Stage 21: 23 July - Montgeron - Paris Champs-Elysees, 105km




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