Tour de France 2019: Stage 7 – Belfort to Chalon-sur-Saône

Bonjour!  Stage 7 saw the longest route in this year’s race, a quieter stage than yesterday’s, giving us all time to recover a bit. The Breakaway double-act of Stephane Rossetto and Yoann Offredo stayed in the front for 218 km, eventually giving way to the sprinters. The win went to Dylan Groenewegen, but by a hair’s breadth – and it was breathtaking! Great riding once again. The Yellow Jersey remained with Giulio Ciccone, proving that the winner of this year’s race is completely unpredictable; the only certainty at this point, is the man in Green, Peter Sagan, who added precious points to his tally.

Here are my pictures… click on an image to see it full size.

 

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All images copyright Maxine Dodd.

For in-depth race analysis, delivered with fun and wit, I highly recommend ‘Velovoices’ but don’t forget to come back to ‘Racing Lines’ for the pictures!

Have a great day! 🙂

 

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