The oldest and the one of the Three Grand Tours is underway in Spain this season. The 22-team event kickstarted on July 1 and will run till July 23 with 175 bicycle racers eyeing for the prize money worth USD 2.5 Million.
While the 182km-long Stage 1 of the Tour de France saw Adam Yates of Great Britain clock 4:22:39, the Stage 2 will racers cover 209km from Victoria Gastiez to Saint Sebastian.
When will the Stage 3 take place?
The Stage 3 of the ongoing Tour de France will take place on July 3, 2023.
How much distance does the Stage 3 cover?
The Stage 3 of the Tour de France will see racers cover 187km from Amorebieta to Bayonne.
How does the Stage 3 terrain looks like?
The Stage 3 of the ongoing Tour de France will see racers mark a 70.9km sprint from Cote de Milloi to Col d'Itziar. Their day will see them climb four hills between Amorebieta to Bayonne.
Where to watch the broadcast of Tour de France 2023?
The Tour de France 2023 will be telecast live on EUROSPORT.
Where to watch the live streaming of Tour de France 2023?
The 23-day Tour de France can be live streamed on The Global Cycling Network, who have partnered with EUROSPORT for streaming rights in India.