summary of the 11th stage and classification, Vingegaard bends Pogacar

TOUR DE FRANCE 2022. What a crazy 11th stage in this Tour de France 2022 on July 13, 2022 with the victory of Dane Jonas Vingegaard who took the yellow jersey ahead of Romain Bardet, while Tadej Pogacar completely cracked. Summary of the day’s stage, general classification… Follow the race live.

The essential

  • Today’s stage of the Tour de Francethis Wednesday, July 11, 2022, may have signed the fall of the untouchable Tadej Pogacar. In this very demanding high mountain course between Albertville and the summit of Granon, it was the Dane Jonas Vingegaard who won alone, winning the yellow jersey from the Slovenian, victim of a serious failure in the last ascent and finishing more than three minutes.
  • The general classification of this Tour de France 2022 is totally upset. Jonas Vingegaard takes first place ahead of Frenchman Romain Bardet at 2.16 minutes, Tadej Pogacar at 2.22, Geraint Thomas at 2.26 and Nairo Quintana at 2.37.
  • With the French, this 11th stage was really cruel for former French champion Warren Barguil. Present in the morning breakaway of 20 riders with in particular Wout van Aert, Pierre Latour or Mathieu van der Poel before the latter gave up, the Frenchman isolated himself in the Col du Galibier and believed in victory until the last kilometers of the ascent of the Granon. But faced with the pace of the yellow jersey group and Vingegaard’s attack, “Wawa” unfortunately did not go the distance. The very good operation of this stage of the Tour de France is on the other hand for Romain Bardet. On the hunt behind Jonas Vingegaard, the leader of the DSM team is now in 2nd place in the general classification.
  • Follow the entire Tour de France 2022 live with us until the finish in Paris and discover the stage classification and the general classification at the end of each day.

And immediately


18:10 – Van Aert consolidates his green jersey

Now 149 points ahead of Jakobsen thanks in particular to his victory in the intermediate sprint in this 11th stage of the Tour de France, Wout van Aert flies over the classification of the green jersey.

5:55 p.m. – Pogacar: “I had one less good shot in the Granon”

“The Jumbo-Visma was simply stronger. I had a worse shot in the Granon. It was not my day but I will continue to fight. It’s up to me to counter the attacks now “explained Tadej Pogacar after this 11th stage of the Tour de France.

17:40 – Vingegaard: “I don’t realize”

“I don’t realize. It’s hard to put words to it. I dreamed of this. Now I’m wearing the yellow jersey. We had made a plan with the team, it went well like you saw it. I have to thank all my teammates” analyzed after the stage, the brand new yellow jersey of the Tour de France.

17:25 – Vingegaard’s victory in video

The Dane Jonas Vingegaard therefore won alone at the top of the Granon, relive the last meters in video.

5:10 p.m. – Pogacar still on the podium

Despite the three minutes lost, Tadej Pogacar remains on the Tour de France podium 2’22” behind Jonas Vingegaard and 4 seconds ahead of Geraint Thomas.

16:59 – Romain Bardet 2nd overall!

Frenchman Romain Bardet, author of an incredible stage, is now in 2nd place in the general classification, 2’16” behind the brand new leader, Jonas Vingegaard.

16:55 – Pogacar arrives 3’02” late

Terrible failure of Tadej Pogacar who cracked in the final ascent of the 11th stage of the Tour de France 2022. The Slovenian concedes more than three minutes to Jonas Vingegaard, new yellow jersey of the Grande Boucle.

16:52 – Quintana 2e, Bardet 3e

Behind the untouchable Jonas Vingegaard, Nairo Quintana finished second in the 11th stage while Romain Bardet completed the podium and entered the podium of the general classification of the Tour de France 2022.

16:51 – Victory for Jonas Vingegaard!

The Tour de France 2022 is relaunched after the victory of Jonas Vingegaard this Wednesday July 13. The Dane won alone at the Col de Granon Serre-Chevalier during the 11th stage after a lightning attack leaving Tadej Pogacar on the spot. The rider from the Jumbo-Visma formation does a double blow by taking the yellow jersey.

16:48 – The Red Flame!

Jonas Vingegaard is flying towards stage victory this Wednesday 13 July. The Dane should win the 11th stage of the Tour de France 2022, his first on the Grande Boucle.

16:46 – Gaudu takes over Pogacar

Distanced since the start of the final ascent, David Gaudu returned to Tadej Pogacar.

16:45 – Two kilometers before the finish!

The work of the Jumbo-Visma in the Col du Galibier is paying off. Tadej Pogacar could not follow the attack of Jonas Vingegaard who is flying to victory and the yellow jersey. 1’30” ahead of the Slovenian for the Dane.

16:42 – Vingegaard flies away

Jonas Vingegaard takes off at the head of the 11th stage of the Tour de France 2022. The Dane is 1’01” ahead of Tadej Pogacar while Nairo Quintana is second in the stage for the moment. Behind, Romain Bardet approaches the Colombian.

16:39 – Vingegaard virtual yellow jersey of the Tour de France 2022

Third in the Tour de France 2022 39 seconds behind Tadej Pogacar before the 11th stage, Jonas Vingegaard is 41 seconds ahead of the yellow jersey 3.7 kilometers from the finish.

16:38 – Barguil taken over by Quintana

Author of a sublime race so far, Warren Barguil was taken over by Nairo Quintana in the final ascent. The Frenchman will not create the feat during this 11th stage of the Tour de France 2022.

16:37 – Vingegaard attacks!

Jonas Vingegaard has just attacked Tadej Pogacar. The Slovenian does not have the strength to react and lets the Dane slip away.

16:36 – Barguil suffers

Warren Barguil is suffering in this final ascent. The Frenchman is being picked up by teammate Nairo Quintana.

16:34 – Attack by Romain Bardet

Nobody expected it but Romain Bardet has just attacked the yellow jersey group. The French will try to take over Nairo Quintana and distance the yellow jersey group which is not moving for the moment.

16:32 – Quintana widens the gap and comes back to Barguil

While he left the yellow jersey group at the start of the Col du Granon Serre-Chevalier, Nairo Quintana is now 40 seconds ahead of Tadej Pogacar.

16:26 – Quintana hangs on

Nairo Quintana is 1’52” behind Warrin Barguil but 20” second ahead of the yellow jersey group where David Gaudu was dropped.

16:24 – Latour resumed in turn

Nairo Quintana cleans up the final ascent of the Col du Granon Serre-Chevalier. The Colombian passed all the runners between him and Warren Barguil. Two cyclists from the Arkéa-Samsic formation at the head of the 11th stage of the Tour de France 2022.

16:22 – Geschke repris

Nairo Quintana took over the polka dot jersey from Simon Geschke as the yellow jersey group found themselves a few meters away from the Colombian.

– Quintana attaque

Nairo Quintana attacks the yellow jersey group while his teammate Warren Barguil leads the race. 2’42” lead for the Frenchman over Tadej Pogacar.

16:17 – It’s over for Van Aert

After taking part in the breakaway, brought back Primoz Roglic in the yellow jersey group, Wout Van Aert gets up and will finish the 11th stage of the Tour de France 2022 at his own pace.

16:14 – The gap is melting

Warren Barguil loses a lot of time at the start of this climb. 3’30” ahead of the yellow jersey group for the Frenchman.



Learn more

Until the 21st and very last stage of the Tour de France scheduled on the Champs Elysées in Paris, find the entire general classification of the Grande Boucle after each stage, with the riders and all the gaps:

What is the classification of today’s stage of the Tour de France?

Until the last stage of the Tour de France scheduled for July 24 on the Champs Elysées in Paris, discover each evening the classification of the last day, with the winner and all the gaps on the finish line.

What are the dates of the Tour de France 2022?

The Tour de France traditionally takes place in the first three weeks of July. Only the 2020 edition deviated from the rule, the coronavirus epidemic having forced the organizers to postpone the race to September. For the 2022 edition, departure abroad obliges, the departure did not take place on a Saturday but on a Friday, the July 1, 2022. Arrival will be judged le Sunday July 24, 2022. It is on this date that the peloton will arrive as usual on the Champs-Elysées.

What is the map of the Tour de France 2022 route?

Unveiled last October by the director of the Tour de France Christian Prudhomme, the route of this 109th edition is particularly demanding with only a few opportunities for the sprinters to shine during the 21 stages planned. On the other hand, adventurers, punchers and climbers are in the mood with several beautiful stages to shine, such as a cobblestone stage, the Planche des Belles Filles and a finish in Alpe d’Huez. The Pyrenees are also celebrating before this Tour de France 2022 ends with a time trial in Rocamadour. Here is the map with the exact route of this 109th edition of the Tour de France cyclist, which, for this edition, sets aside the entire West of the Country, but also the South-East. On the other hand, the East, the Center and the South West are celebrating for this 2022 edition of the Tour de France.


What are the stages of the 2022 Tour?

Here is the list of the stages of this Tour de France 2022 of cycling, which connects Copenhagen to Paris. The peloton was invited this year to travel through Denmark for the first three stages, before a transfer to the north of France (Dunkirk, Calais, Lille), with a few tens of kilometers of cobblestones. After a detour via Belgium, the first big difficulty was scheduled with La Super Planche des Belles Filles, followed by a series of mountain stages overflowing into Switzerland, with in particular a finish in Alpe d’Huez on the 14th July. The route of the Tour was then traced towards Isère, Loire and Saint-Etienne, then towards the west, with a stage in Carcassonne before entering the Pyrenees for the final battle. A last detour via Rocamadour precedes the last stage between La Défense and Les Champs:

  • July 13: 11th stage Albertville-Col du Granon Serre Chevalier, 151.7 km
  • July 14: 12th stage Briançon – Alpe d’Huez, 166 km
  • July 15: 13th stage Bourg d’Oisans – Saint-Etienne, 193 km
  • July 16: 14th stage Saint-Etienne – Mende, 195 km
  • July 17: 15th stage Rodez – Carcassonne, 200 km
  • July 18: rest in Carcassonne
  • July 19: 16th stage Carcassonne – Foix, 179 km
  • July 20: 17th stage Saint-Gaudens – Peyragudes, 130 km
  • July 21: 18th stage Lourdes – Hautacam, 143 km
  • July 22: 19th stage Castelnau-Magnoac – Cahors, 189 km
  • July 23: 20th stage Lacapelle-Marival – Rocamadour, 40 km (individual time trial)
  • July 24: 21st stage Paris La Défense Arena – Paris Champs-Elysées, 112 km

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