Tour de France Results – Who is leading the 2020 Tour de France


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Stage 2 – Julian Alaphilippe

Who wins the tour?As many expected, Julian Alaphilippe de Deceuninck – Quick-Step won stage 2 of the Tour de France 2020. The French attacked in the final climb of the day, then moved ahead of his two breakaway companions to take the stage and the yellow jersey as the new leader of the general classification of the Tour. Marc Hirschi, 21, was second on Team Sunweb and Adam Yates of Mitchelton-Scott was third. Alexander Kristoff of the United Arab Emirates, who started the day in the yellow jersey, finished well behind the leaders, so Alaphilippe now leads the Tour by 4 seconds on Yates and 7 seconds on Hirschi.

Who is Really Win the Tour?

Alaphilippe is one of the biggest question marks on the Tour. He won two stages and spent 14 days in yellow during last year’s Tour, eventually finishing fifth overall in Paris. But this year, it remains to be seen what he hopes to accomplish. If he does make it to the overall standings, then today he won time over his rivals by winning both the stage and the bonus sprint at the top of the last climb of the day. The biggest loser of the day was Daniel Martínez from EF Pro Cycling. Winner of the recent Critérium du Dauphiné, the Colombian crashed down the Col d’Èze. He was able to join the leading pack but was let go when the pace picked up again. In the end, he lost 3:38 and – quite possibly – his hopes of a nice finish in Paris.

Step 1 – Alexander Kristoff

Who wins the tour?

Alexander Kristoff of the United Arab Emirates is the first leader of the Tour de France 2020 after winning the first stage in Nice on Saturday. The 33-year-old Norwegian survived a chaotic day filled with accidents to secure the fourth stage victory of his career on the Tour de France, but his first yellow jersey as Tour leader. Mads Pederson of Trek-Segafredo was second and Cees Bol of Team Sunweb third.

Who is Really Win the Tour?

Stage 1 was one of the most chaotic in recent memory, as storms and nerves caused several crashes throughout the stage. Among the candidates for the general classification of the Tour, Miguel Ángel López d’Astana and Thibaut Pinot of Groupama-FDJ both crashed heavily, but fortunately wasted no time (so far). Unfortunately, stage 2 heads towards the Maritime Alps for one of the first mountain stages in the history of the Tour. It’s not a good day to heal sore muscles, and we saw a lot of runners on their backs due to injuries received in Stage 1.

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