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the nap guide or how not to miss any highlight

DecryptionsIN ONE GRAPH – The month of July is synonymous with holidays, the Tour de France and often a digestive siesta in front of the Grande Boucle. Thanks to our guide, reconcile rest and sporting interest.

Are you on vacation? Do you watch the Tour de France with one eye at the office? Are you only half interested in this legendary sporting event, which sometimes lacks rhythm? Our nap guide — picking out the predictable highlights — is for you.

From the “road book” of the Tour de France 2022, we have listed the climbs, the cobbled sections, the sprints and the moments of tension – approaching the end of a stage for example – to create a kind of provisional chronology of the moments to follow during the 21 steps, from 1er to July 24. And therefore plan for weaker times, those likely to be perfect for taking a nap, since it is also a virtuous practice if you are at the office.

Decoders are obviously not responsible if a breakaway, all-out attacks or fans came to complete a completely unbridled stage between Saint-Gaudens and Cahors.

The lines represent the difficulty of the climbs, and not the exact profile of the step.

Low time

Highligths

Ascent

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