Annemiek van Vleuten fell… Follow the second stage

Belgian Lotte Kopecky is 45 seconds ahead of her pursuers on Sunday at the start of Clermont-Ferrand.



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The women's peloton of the Tour de France during stage one, July 23, 2023. (JEFF PACHOUD/AFP)

Will Belgian Lotte Kopecky keep her yellow tunic? The day after their solo victory around Clermont-Ferrand, the women’s Tour de France peloton left the city of tires to join Mauriac in Cantal. On the menu, a bumpy second stage of 151.7 kilometers with six fourth- and third-category climbs to swallow.

If the general’s favorites do not attempt a shot sooner, the coast of Trébiac (3.4 km at 5.8%), placed one kilometer from the line, should be this day’s justice of the peace. The GC leader may want to wear her jersey to double the bet but her teammate at SD Worx, Demi Vollering, and defending champion Annemiek van Vleuten (Movistar) they are also expected. Who will be able to get out of the game? Follow our live.

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