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Stage 21 was one for the sprinters, with the celebrations and high jinks early on giving way to flat-out racing on the Champs Elysées...
The 31 kilometre individual test on stage 20 of the Tour de France was undulating and difficult, equally suited to the climbers and power riders of the peloton...
Starting in the pilgrimage town of Lourdes, stage 19 was a saw-toothed affair with six categorised climbs, arguably the most difficult of the race...
In contrast to other days this week, stage 18 of the Tour de France was a far flatter affair, with the 171 kilometre stage perfectly suited to the fast men...
Whilst it was the shortest "normal" stage of the Tour de France in over 30 years, the GC contenders went in with all-guns blazing on a dynamic stage seventeen ...
Stage 16 of the Tour de France was a very testing one, with five categorised climbs enlivening the 218 kilometre route from Carcassonne to Bagnères de Luchon...
Stage 15 of the 2018 Tour de France was another hilly one, with three categorised climbs rearing up along the 181.5 kilometres from Millau to Carcassonne...
After a relatively flat stage 13, stage 14 of the Tour de France returned to the theme of climbing and saw gaps between the GC contenders continue to grow...
After two tough days in the high mountains, a flat stage thirteen had the sprinters of the peloton vying for line honours...
Stage 12 saw the GC contenders battling out on hilliest stage of this years tour, with the finale taking place up the mighty Alpe d'Huez...
An explosive stage 11 of the 2018 Tour de France saw the GC contenders on the attack, with a new contender staking his claim on overall honours...
Stage 10 saw the 2018 Tour de France head to the high mountains for the first time, allowing the climbers to show their form...
Stage nine was battled out over 156 cobble filled kilometres from Arras Citadelle to Roubaix, with the Classics specialists dreaming of a prestigious stage win...
Stage eight of the Tour de France began in Dreux, ran to Amiens Métropole and covered 181 kilometres of undulating roads...
Following two hillier days, stage seven was one for the sprinters on what was the longest stage of the 2018 Tour de France...
Stage six of the 2018 Tour de France gave the climbers of the peloton the first chance to show their form on the finish atop the short, punchy Mur de Bretagne...
In what was like a mini-ardennes classic in July, stage five of the 2018 Tour de France was one for the puncheurs, with one notable rider missing the action...
The fourth stage of the 2018 Tour de France followed an undulating 195km coastal route, with the fast men of the peloton again fighting for line honours...
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