Tour de France 2020 today, stage 21: profile and route

After three weeks of racing, the Champs-Élysées in Paris will host the final of the Tour de France that will crown Pogacar. Bennett, to confirm the green jersey.


The Tour de France comes to an end. Possibly the most atypical Tour in history, in September due to the pandemic, and with one of the most spectacular outcomes ever with the victory of Pogacar. The Slovenian will be crowned today in Paris, at just 21 years old, as the winner of the Tour de France on his debut in the event. He will be accompanied by his compatriot Roglic in the second drawer while Porte, after a long career pursuing being among the three chosen, will climb the podium at the age of 35 in a stage that will be for sprinters except for a historical surprise.

The moderation of the beginning will give way to the celebrations, the congratulations and even the occasional sip of champagne during the stage before reaching the streets of Paris and its characteristic circuit, in which the teams of sprinters will begin to take the reins. It only remains to decide the green jersey of regularity, although Sam Bennett has it very expensive. He leads Peter Sagan by 55 points, and there are 70: 20 left in the intermediate sprint and 50 at the finish line. He could close it before even reaching Paris, although Sagan will fight to the end. Ewan, Kristoff, Viviani, Van Aert ... they will all want to win on the Champs Elysees.

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