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Tour de Suisse - Individual time trial Men - Stage 1

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Tour de Suisse 2024 Stage 1: Start times ITT

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Jan Sommer is the first rider to start at 14:08 local time (CEST), while Jacopo Mosca is the last starter at 16:55.

Most important start times 14:08 – Jan Sommer 14:14 – João Almeida 14:15 – Cian Uijtdebroeks 14:19 – Enric Mas 14:21 – Egan Bernal 14:22 – Stefan Küng 14:23 – Alberto Bettiol 14:26 – Damiano Caruso

14:36 – Maxim Van Gils 14:38 – Adam Yates 14:39 – Wilco Kelderman 14:40 – Michael Matthews 14:41 – Oscar Onley 14:42 – Yves Lampaert 14:43 – Nelson Oliveira 14:45 – Ethan Hayter 14:46 – Lenny Martinez 14:47 – Stefan Bissegger 14:48 – Felix Gall 14:49 – Ion Izagirre 14:42 – Alexey Lutsenko 14:54 – Axel Laurance 14:55 – Mattias Skjelmose

15:00 – Arnaud De Lie 15:01 – Stephen Williams 15:02 – Isaac del Toro 15:04 – Mauro Schmid 15:07 – Einer Rubio 15:09 – Tom Pidcock 15:11 – Richard Carapaz 15:15 – Sergio Higuita 15:19 – Thibau Nys 15:26 – Finn Fisher-Black

15:31 – Nairo Quintana 15:51 – Attila Valter

16:14 – Jan Christen 16:16 – Lawson Craddock

16:50 – Johan Price Pejtersen 16:54 – Søren Kragh Andersen 16:55 – Jacopo Mosca

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Tour de Suisse 2024 : classement de l'étape Vaduz - Vaduz (5kms)

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For over 90 years, the Tour de Suisse, a pro cycling race held in Switzerland, has drawn elite cyclists from across the globe, and it’s easy to see why. Although it lacks the widespread name recognition of cycling’s pinnacle race, the Tour de France , this event features epic alpine climbs, adrenaline-soaked time trials, and lots of fierce competition. Thanks to its spot on the calendar (mid-June), many pros use the Tour de Suisse to test their legs before heading to the Tour de France in July, which makes this a must-watch event for cycling fans.

At a Glance: How to Watch Tour de Suisse Online

The 2024 Tour de Suisse takes across eight stages from June 9 to June 16. By the time the riders cross the finish line of stage eight, they’ll have covered 950 kilometers (about 1,211 miles) and climbed over 62,000 feet — enough to summit Mount Everest twice. Want to catch all the action? Here’s how to watch the 2024 Tour de Suisse online.

How to Watch the 2024 Tour de Suisse Online

If you live in the United States, the best way to watch the Tour de Suisse is to stream it online via FloBikes . You can choose either an annual subscription ($150/year) or a monthly subscription ($29.99/month) — either will allow you to watch every stage live. You can also rewatch past stages on FloBikes, and your subscription grants access to livestreams of other major cycling events, including the Tour de France.

How to Watch the 2024 Tour de Suisse for Free

Don’t want to sign up for a new streaming platform? You can also use a VPN (a virtual private network) to watch the Tour de Suisse livestream from the Swiss public broadcaster SRF. We recommend ExpressVPN — it’s a popular, reliable choice and it costs as little as $8.32 per month when you sign up for an annual plan. Better yet, every ExpressVPN plan has a 30-day money-back guarantee.

Tour de Suisse Route

The 2024 Tour de Suisse began with Stage 1 in Vaduz, which is technically in the neighboring country of Lichtenstein. The first stage is an individual time trial, where riders each race the course alone and compete to have the best time. From there, the Tour stages include a mix of terrain, including relatively flat stretches (especially Stage 3 from Steinmaur to Rüschlikon), rolling countryside, and dizzying climbs and descents through mountain passes (Stages 4 and 5 especially).

Stage 4 will take athletes through the famed Gotthard Pass, a legendary alpine route that crests at just over 2100 meters (6,909 feet) in altitude. The Tour wraps with Stage 8, a short but punchy time trial where riders will have to sprint 15.7 kilometers and ascend nearly 900 meters (2,900 feet) to the finish. While each stage presents unique challenges, the Tour de Suisse is a mountainous route, so the overall winner will need to be a talented climber. 

Tour de Suisse Schedule

The 2024 Tour de Suisse takes place in eight stages, starting on Sunday, June 9 and ending with the final stage on Sunday, June 16. The times below are the official start times for each stage, according to the race’s website, and they are converted to Eastern Standard Time.

Stage 1: Vaduz (time trial): June 9 at 8:08 a.m.

Stage 2: Vaduz to Regensdorf: June 10 at 6:45 a.m.

Stage 3: Steinmaur to Rüschlikon: June 11 at 7:10 a.m.

Stage 4: Rüschlikon to San Gottardo: June 12 at 6:30 a.m.

Stage 5: Ambri to Cari: June 13 at 7:05 a.m.

Stage 6: Nordic Centre Goms in Ulrichen to Blatten-Belalp: June 14 at 9 a.m.

Stage 7: Villars-sur-Ollon: June 15 at 8:20 a.m.

Stage 8: Aigle/Centre Mondial du Cyclisme UCI to Villars-sur-Ollon (time trial): June 16 at 7:38 a.m.

Tour de Suisse Cyclists to Watch

Because it takes place right before the Tour de France, the Tour de Suisse is a fascinating showcase for cycling talent. Some major teams choose not to race their best riders in this event so they can save their strength for the Tour de France, and that gives lesser-known athletes a chance to shine. Even so, the competition is always fierce, and the 2024 Tour de Suisse has drawn some high-wattage talent.

Cyclists to watch this year include Danish athlete Mattias Skjelmose, who won the Tour de Suisse last year (a race that was marred by the tragic death of cyclist Gino Mäder) and returns this year as the defending champion.

As of June 13, British cyclist Adam Yates, riding for UAE Team Emirates, is the current leader of the 2024 Tour de Suisse. Working with teammate João Almeida, he was able to ride to a commanding victory on the mountainous stage 5. Almeida took second place in that stage, and is also currently holding second place in the general classification. You can view the full classification breakdown and more rider stats on the Tour de Suisse website .

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Remco Evenepoel and Wout van Aert complete podium on 12.7km course

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Hello and welcome to the Cycling News live coverage of the 2023 Tour de Suisse.

While the Critérium du Dauphiné reaches its conclusion in the Alps of France today, a second set of riders line up at the Tour de Suisse, many of whom will be testing their legs ahead of the Tour de France, which begins in 20 days.

Among the competitors vying for GC glory in Switzerland over the next 8 days are Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-QuickStep), Juan Ayuso and Jay Vine of UAE Team Emirates, Romain Bardet (Team DSM), Wilco Kelderman and Tobias Foss (Jumbo Visma), Rigoberto Uran (EF Education-EasyPost), Pello Bilbao (Bahrain Victorious) and Sergio Higuita (Bora-hansgrohe).

In addition to the GC contenders, there are a great many other top name riders lining up to take on the race, including Wout Van Aert (Jumbo-Visma), Tom Pidcock (Ineos Grenadiers), Biniam Girmay (Intermarché-Circus-Wanty), Arnaud Démare (Groupama-FDJ), and Peter Sagan (Team TotalEnergies).

But today is one for the time trial specialists. While it exceeds the distance traditionally denoting a Prologue, it’s still a very short, fast course, taking in a distance of 12.7km around the town of Einsiedeln.

The route is very slightly undulating but without any major obstacles. It travels in a loop, taking the riders across the Sihlsee lake, and back along the lake shore toward the finish line, not far from the start in Einsiedeln. It should not take the riders much more than around 15 minutes, and the margins will be narrow at the end of the day.

The first rider off the ramp will be Ineos Grenadiers’ Connor Swift, at 14.25 CET (13.25 BST).

There are a great many time trial specialists on the start list who will be looking to launch their Tour de Suisse with a victory. Perhaps the favourite for the day is Remco Evenepoel. The Belgian reaffirmed his enviable skill against the clock at the Giro d’Italia, where he won both of the time trial stages before he was forced to retire following a positive covid-19 test.

This is the rider’s first race since the illness, so he will be looking to test himself and set a strong time in a bid to win the race for the first time, on his second appearance.

He will face stiff competition today from other time trial specialists such as Wout Van Aert, Stefan Kung, and Tobias Foss. It's the first time the two Belgian time trialling giants will meet outside of a Championships.

Stage 1️⃣ of 🇨🇭Tour de Suisse marks the first time that 🇧🇪Remco Evenepoel and 🇧🇪Wout van Aert go head to head in a TT outside of championships. (Wout has never lost a TT H2H)It also marks the 1st time the Belgian superstars appear together for a stage race.#tourdesuisse2023 pic.twitter.com/9n9Nt6PXgx June 10, 2023

The first riders of the day are out on the course. They will set off at one minute intervals and, as this is the first stage of the race, the start times were pre-selected by the riders and teams, rather than being determined by the general classification.

As Connor Swift heads for the finish line, several other riders are behind him on the course looking to set the fastest early time and take a seat in the hot seat. Riders currently on course including Marco Haller (Team DSM), Romain Gregoire (Groupama-FDJ), Biniam Girmay (Intermarche-Circus-Wanty) and Koen Bouwman (Jumbo-Visma).

Other riders who will hope to challenge for the stage win today include the UAE Team Emirates pairing of Jay Vine and Juan Ayuso. The team have worked hard on their time trialling and this has paid off in recent months, with wins for Ayuso at the Tour de Romandie and just last week, Mikkel Bjerg at the Dauphiné.

The first rider of the day to start, Connor Swift of Ineos Grenadiers, maintains his position and stops the clock at 14.19, with an impressive average speed of 53.224km/h. Let's see how long he can remain in the hot seat.

With three riders having completed the course, Connor Swift retains the lead. Simone Velasco finished 14 seconds adrift in 14.33, and Clement Venturini 1.31 behind in 15.50.

Romain Gregoire (Groupama-FDJ) unseats Swift, taking 13 seconds of the Brit's time and setting a new fastest time of 14.06.

It's a day which looks set to see some very fast times.

Filip Maciejuk of Bahrain-Victorious moves into third spot with a time of 14.23. The fast, short nature of today's time trial means that GC riders who don't excel against the clock need not worry too much as the margins will be relatively narrow at the end of the day, and should not impact the GC standings too greatly.

However, there is a second time trial on the final stage next Sunday which, at almost double the length of today's, will offer GC riders who are good time triallists the chance to redeem themselves.

Riders currently out on course include Arnaud Démare (Groupama-FDJ), Bryan Coquard (Cofidis) and Mikkel Honoré (EF Education-EasyPost). Romain Grégoire retains the fastest time currently but there are a great many riders still to take to the course in this fast, furious trial against the clock.

Some more fast times being set, with Trek-Segafredo's Quinn Simmons narrowly missing out on the hot seat with a time of 14.12, and UAE Team Emirates' Sjoerd Bax just behind him, at 14.18. Grégoire holds on for now.

Tobias Ludvigsson of Q36.5 Pro Cycling misses out by just one second. A strong time from the Swede.

Team Jumbo-Visma's Rohan Dennis has just started. The former Australian time trial champion could go well today.

Dries de Pooter of Intermarché-Circus-Wanty sets a new fastest time at the first time check, taking over 40 seconds off of Grégoire's time at that point, around halfway along the course. 

Rohan Dennis passes through the same time check just after and equals the time of Grégoire. 

Ineos Grenadiers' Tom Pidcock is out on course. After a strong opening to the season, winning Strade Bianche, Pidcock has had mixed fortunes since then, crashing out of Tirreno-Adriatico, before a strong campaign in the Ardennes Classics. He will be hoping to put together a good performance here ahead of this year's Tour de France.

Correction: Dries de Pooter's time was incorrect at the first time check. The rider finishes in 20th position.

Rohan Dennis finishes in 4th place, with a time of 14.15, and Arnaud Démare completes the course in 14.33. His team mate Grégoire remains in the hot seat.

Matteo Sobrero of Team Jayco-Alula sets the new fastest time at time check 1. The former Italian time trial champion looks set for a fast finish.

New fastest time! Matteo Sobrero (Team Jayco Alula) turfs Grégoire from his throne, taking 15 seconds off the best time to set a new high bar of 13.51. That's going to take some beating, but with some seriously strong specialists on their way, Sobrero is unlikely to be sitting all that comfortably.

Tom Pidcock has passed through the first time check and looks to be taking the course conservatively; he is unlikely to challenge for the win unless he picks up speed considerably in the second half of the time trial.

Pidcock wears the number 1 at the race, in lieu of last year's winner, his team mate Geraint Thomas.

Peter Sagan (TotalEnergies) has completed the course, in a time of 14.30, to put him in provisional 13th place. It's a good showing from the Slovak rider who is in his final year of competitive road racing.

EF Education-EasyPost's Neilson Powless is out on course now. The American has had a great season so far, and will hope to contend this week - whether he will target a high overall placement or aim for stage wins remains to be seen. With Rigoberto Uran also in the team, EF have options.

Cofidis' Alexis Renard sets a really strong time, equalling Romain Grégoire to go into provisional second place.

Neilson Powless finishes in 7th position.

A strong ride also for Groupama-FDJ's Miles Scotson, who sneaks in just under 14.09 to go into provisional 5th position.

Romain Grégoire in action during stage 1 of the 2023 Tour de Suisse.

EINSIEDELN SWITZERLAND JUNE 11 Romain Grgoire of France and Team GroupamaFDJ sprints during the 86th Tour de Suisse 2023 Stage 1 a 127km individual time trial stage from Einsiedeln to Einsiedeln UCIWT on June 11 2023 in Einsiedeln Switzerland Photo by Heinz ZwickyGetty Images

The conditions for today's time trial are dry and still, with a temperature of around 22 degrees celsius.

The last winner of a time trial at the Tour de Suisse was Remco Evenepoel himself. The Belgian was victorious in stage 8 last year, beating overall winner Geraint Thomas into second position just as he did a few weeks ago in the stage 9 time trial at the Giro d'Italia.

Matteo Sobrero continues to enjoy his time in the hot seat, retaining the provisional fastest time. His team mate Kelland O'Brien could challenge him as he approaches the finish line - he achieved the second fastest time so far at the first intermediate time check.

Nikias Arndt (Bahrain Victorious) sets the new fastest time at the first time check, taking four seconds off of the time of Sobrero. 

Shortly after, he catches and passes his minute man.

Hot on the heels of Arndt, Rigoberto Urán sets another new fastest time at the first intermediate time check, with a time of 7.38. The Colombian is flying.

Nikias Arndt arrives at the finish - despite a strong showing at the first intermediate split he fades in the latter half of the course and finishes in provisional 8th position.

Next to chip away time at the first intermediate is Alex Aranburu (Movistar). He takes 5 seconds off the time of Urán.

No sooner has Aranburu broken through the record at the first intermediate time check than Mattia Cattaneo (Soudal-QuickStep) takes another 7 seconds from the time. This time trial is really starting to heat up.

Mirroring the run of Nikias Arndt, so too Rigoberto Urán fades in the second half of the course, finishing in provisional 10th position despite a really strong start.

Mattia Cattaneo pushes his compatriot close but is not able to oust him from the hot seat. The Italian rider for Soudal QuickStep is only the second rider to go under 14.00.

Swiss rider Gino Mäder (Bahrain-Victorious) sets out on course - he will hope for a strong week in front of his home crowds.

Ineos Grenadiers' 21-year-old Ben Tulett is out on course, and sets the second fastest intermediate time. The British rider recently won his first GC at the Tour of Norway and is clearly in good form. He will be hoping for a strong overall performance at the race this week.

The backdrop to today's stage is truly stunning. The riders cross the Sihlsee lake via a bridge, before riding along the lake shore to the north heading back to Einsiedeln, past rolling green fields with mountains in the background. An excellent advertisement for the area, which lies just south of Zürich.

Ben Tulett's puts in a solid performance, but it's not good enough to challenge the long-term leader Matteo Sobrero. The Brit finishes in a time of 14.15, to put him in provisional 13th place.

With all the strongest time triallists still to take to the start, the tension is building on stage 1 of the Tour de Suisse, as we enter the final hour of the day.

Magnus Sheffield (Ineos Grenadiers) heads down the start ramp. The American is a strong time triallist and has a chance to set a very good time here. 

The winner of today's stage will also be the first wearer of the yellow leader's jersey, meaning that their team will be expected to take control of the pace in tomorrow's stage.

On the cards tomorrow, a rolling stage that looks likely to end in a bunch sprint finish.

Young Belgian Cian Uijtdebroeks is also out on course now. The rider for Bora-hansgrohe could be in with a chance of a good GC finishing position this week. he most recently finished 6th at the Tour de Romandie.

UAE Team Emirates' Finn Fisher Black comes into the finish very close to the time of Matteo Sobrero. He finishing in 14.06 and goes into provisional third place.

Meanwhile Magnus Sheffield passes through the first time check and sets a new fastest time. However before Sheffield, the riders with the top 5 times at the intermediate time check all finished slower than Matteo Sobrero - can Sheffield maintain his speed to replace the Italian in the hot seat?

Magnus Sheffield of Ineos Grenadiers goes 9 seconds faster than Matteo Sobrero to set the new fastest time of 13.42. An excellent ride from the American.

If Sheffield were to hold on for the stage win today, it would be his first victory in almost 300 days. His most recent win prior to today was also in a time trial, at last year's Tour of Denmark.

Riders currently out on course include Team Jumbo-Visma's Wilco Kelderman, Soudal-QuickStep's Kasper Asgreen, and Alpecin-Deceuninck's Soren Kragh Andersen.

An excellent time set by former U23 World Champion Johan Price Petjersen of Bahrain-Victorious, but he just misses out on the hot seat. His time - 13.48. He moves into provisional second position.

Australian national time trial champion Jay Vine (UAE Team Emirates) is currently out on course. He will hope to challenge for the stage win today.

Tom Pidcock (Ineos Grenadiers) in full flow earlier on in today's individual time trial.

EINSIEDELN SWITZERLAND JUNE 11 Tom Pidcock of United Kingdom and Team INEOS Grenadiers sprints during the 86th Tour de Suisse 2023 Stage 1 a 127km individual time trial stage from Einsiedeln to Einsiedeln UCIWT on June 11 2023 in Einsiedeln Switzerland Photo by Heinz ZwickyGetty Images

Jay Vine goes through the first intermediate time check third fastest, 9 seconds down on the time of Sheffield.

Vine is one of 11 riders from Australia on the start list in Switzerland. There are 12 riders from the home nation present at the race this year.

Jay Vine approaches the finish line. How will the Australian champion fare?

It's very close at the finish, but Vine cannot better Sheffield's time. He completes the course in 13.58, and moves into provisional 5th position.

Two Swiss time trial specialists called Stefan are now both out on course. How have they stacked up against the clock so far this year?

EF Education-EasyPost's Stefan Bissegger has taken on two competitive individual time trials in 2023 so far, with his best result 12th at Etoiles-de-Besseges, a way shy of his best.

Stefan Küng (Groupama-FDJ) on the other hand has won one, at the Volta ao Algarve, and finished 4th and 5th in the recent time trials at the Giro d'Italia.

Who will go best today?

Next out on course, two Belgians  - Wout van Aert (Team Jumbo-Visma) and Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-QuickStep). Van Aert has only competed in one time trial so far this year, at Tirreno-Adratico, where he came 45th, ruling himself out of being competitive on the day.

With four big hitters out on course, we can expect to see the fastest time at the  intermediate time check to change hands a number of times over the next few minutes. Stay tuned and we'll bring you the most up-to-date information as it happens.

Van Aert is trialling a new racing position today, following new UCI rules applying to riders over 1.9m tall. 

Stefan Bissegger is off the pace at the first intermediate time check, going through in the just the 8th fastest time. 

Stefan Küng on the other hand is just a second down on Sheffield's time, and will pressure the American's time at the finish if he can maintain his speed.

Alexey Lutsenko of Astana-Qazaqstan sets a strong time, moving into provisional 7th position.

Wout van Aert sets the 3rd fastest time at the intermediate time check, 5 seconds down on Magnus Sheffield and 4 down on Küng. This is going to be very, very close.

Next, Remco Evenepoel will give us an indication of where he sits in relation to the rest, as he comes up to the intermediate time check.

He nestles between the times of Küng and Van Aert, 2.5 seconds down on Sheffield who has really impressed with his time today.

A good result for Bora-Hansgrohe's Maximilian Schachmann; he finishes in provisional 6th position to set himself up for a decent run on GC this week.

European champion Stefan Bissegger arrives at the finish but he can't better Magnus Sheffield's time, finishing 8 seconds down in provisional 3rd.

Stefan Küng has absolutely smashed this. He will be the new fastest rider.

The Swiss goes through the finish 11 seconds faster than Magnus Sheffield, to take over the hot seat. A really impressive performance that the two Belgians are going to struggle to follow.

So often the nearly-man, it would be an incredible result for Küng should he hang on to take this stage win today.

Van Aert approaches the finish and he won't be able to beat Küng. He finishes strongly, and crosses the line 10 seconds down, moving into provisional 2nd place as we await the arrival of Evenepoel.

Evenepoel reaches the final kilometre - this is going to incredibly close.

Stefan Küng is going to hang on to the best time as Evenepoel arrives at the finish, 5 seconds down on his time.

There are still a few riders out on course, so Küng's win isn't guaranteed quite yet, though all his closest competitors on paper have now finished their rides.

Juan Ayuso (UAE Team Emirates) may challenge Küng's time - he is out on the course now.

Ayuso is about to arrive at the finish line, but he won't challenge Küng's time. He moves into provisional 10th position.

Joel Suter is about to complete the course - the Swiss time trial champion is unlikely to bother the time of the leader, so Stefan Küng can prepare to celebrate a deserved stage win.

Suter will not beat Küng, and as he arrives at the finish line just behind Daniel Oss of TotalEnergies, the win is confirmed for Stefan Küng of Groupama-FDJ. A brilliant victory for the home rider in his favoured discipline.

He will take the yellow leaders' jersey into stage 2 of the race tomorrow.

Evenepoel and Van Aert round out the podium.

It's Küng's third win at the Tour de Suisse. All three stage wins have been individual time trials - stage 9 in 2018, and stage 1 in 2021. He has an opportunity to make it four in next Sunday's time trial, which is just over double the length of today's test.

Stefan Küng (Groupama-FDJ), after today's stage win:

'I've gone so many times really close, so it's such a big relief to win here in front of the home crowd, my family is here, my wife and my son.

'From Giro to the Tour de Suisse was quite a short time, I did some altitude training and I was just working really, really hard, and then I felt really tired Wednesday and since then I was focusing recovery. So I was not 100% self-confident but I saw all my friends and family here and that for sure gave me some extra motivation.

'I knew I could do well but I also didn't want to set expectations too high, but I always go full gas and today it worked out once again.

'For sure I will honour the jersey and go as hard as I can. For sure I will fight for it.'

Tomorrow's stage 2 will see the riders hit the roads in Beromünster and head to Notwil, on a rolling stage that will feature a number of category 3 climbs, and could be one for the breakaway, but is more likely to end in a bunch sprint.

Today's stage winner Stefan Küng in action.

EINSIEDELN SWITZERLAND JUNE 11 Stefan Kng of Switzerland and Team GroupamaFDJ sprints during the 86th Tour de Suisse 2023 Stage 1 a 127km individual time trial stage from Einsiedeln to Einsiedeln UCIWT on June 11 2023 in Einsiedeln Switzerland Photo by Heinz ZwickyGetty Images

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Deux contre-la-montre, quatre arrivées au sommet, une étape vallonnée et une étape plate : c’est le programme du parcours du Tour de Suisse 2024 qui s’élance le 9 juin de Vaduz pour se terminer le 16 juin à Villars-sur-Ollon . La course helvétique, en concurrence avec le Critérium du Dauphiné , est l’une des dernières préparations pour quelques uns des futurs protagonistes du Tour de France . Ils trouveront un terrain de jeu idéal avec 948,7 kilomètres à parcourir à travers les montagnes suisses.

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Dimanche 9 juin –  Etape 1 (CLM ind.) :  VADUZ > VADUZ (4.8 km) – D+ : 25 m

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Le Tour de Suisse 2024 débute le dimanche 9 juin par un contre-la-montre individuel de 4,8 kilomètres à Vaduz . Sans grande difficulté technique, les meilleurs rouleurs auront de grandes chances d’aller chercher la première victoire, mais aussi le premier maillot de leader .

Lundi 10 juin –  Etape 2 :  VADUZ > REGENSDORF (177.9 km) – D+ : 2 411 m

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Après une entrée en la matière à haute intensité, les coureurs engagés du Tour de Suisse 2024 partiront de Vaduz pour rejoindre Regensdorf 177,9 kilomètres plus loin. A 10 kilomètres de l’arrivée, les puncheurs trouveront une côte à leur convenance avec 2,2 kilomètres à 7,7%.

Mardi 11 juin –  Etape 3 :  STEINMAUR > RÜSCHLIKON (161.9 km) – D+ : 1 974 m

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Le parcours se poursuit de Steinmaur à Rüschlikon le mardi 11 juin. Le final de l’étape du jour s’annonce plus qu’indécis avec un enchaînement difficile de deux bosses ainsi qu’une arrivée jugée en côte après 800 mètres à 7,7%. Ce sera la dernière chance pour les non-grimpeurs d’espérer remporter une étape…

Mercredi 12 juin –  Etape 4 :  RÜSCHLIKON > GOTTHARD PASS (170.5 km) – D+ : 3 551 m

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A l’occasion de la 4e étape du Tour de Suisse , les choses sérieuses commencent pour l’édition 2024. La première arrivée au sommet est jugée à Gotthard Pass après 21,1 kilomètres à 5,6%. La dernière partie de la montée finale est la plus difficile avec 10 kilomètres à 6,3%. Les grimpeurs trouveront un terrain de jeu à leur convenance à plus de 2 000 mètres d’altitude.

Jeudi 13 juin –  Etape 5 :  AMBRÌ > CARÌ (148.8 km) – D+ : 3 206 m

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Loin d’être une immense étape de montagne, la 5e étape arrive au sommet d’un col plus difficile que la veille encore. L’étape du jour se disputera entre Ambri et Cari . L’arrivée est tracée en haut d’un col de 11,5 kilomètres à 8%, et le Tour de Suisse 2024 sera à suivre en direct et en streaming !

Vendredi 14 juin –  Etape 6 :  LOCARNO > BLATTEN (151.2 km) – D+ : 3 575 m

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Lors de la 6e étape le vendredi 14 juin, les grimpeurs du Tour de Suisse ont une belle carte à jouer avec l’étape qui présente le plus de dénivelé de cette 87e édition. Après être passés au sommet de Nufenempass à près de 2 500 mètres d’altitude, les coureurs plongeront vers la montée finale de Batten-Belalp longue de 6,9 kilomètres à 9,3%.

Samedi 15 juin –  Etape 7 :  VILLARS-SUR-OLLON > VILLARS-SUR-OLLON (118.7 km) – D+ : 3 070 m

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Villars-sur-Ollon accueille le bouquet final du parcours du Tour de Suisse. Le samedi, une grande étape de montagne est tracée avec le Col de la Croix comme difficulté principale. Sur les 118,7 kilomètres de l’étape du jour, les coureurs graviront pas moins de 3 000 mètres de D+. De quoi faire de gros écarts avant le chrono final.

Dimanche 16 juin –  Etape 8 (CLM ind.) :  VILLARS-SUR-OLLON > VILLARS-SUR-OLLON (15.7 km) – D+ : 879 m

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Pas d’excuses pour les grimpeurs ! Le Tour de Suisse , 87e édition du nom se clôture par un contre-la-montre, certes, mais en bosse ! A Villars-sur-Ollon , les principaux coureurs concernés par le classement général devront fournir un dernier effort total sur les 15,7 kilomètres de l’étape du jour. Le col final est long de 10,2 kilomètres à 8%. Un effort difficile et ingrat pour finir.

Le palmarès du Tour de Suisse

Le Tour de Suisse est une course cycliste par étapes qui se déroule chaque année en juin, souvent considérée comme une préparation idéale pour le Tour de France. Créée en 1933, cette épreuve est l’une des plus prestigieuses du calendrier cycliste international. Le parcours du Tour de Suisse est réputé pour ses défis variés, incluant des étapes de montagne, des contre-la-montre et des étapes vallonnées, offrant aux coureurs une occasion parfaite pour tester leur forme avant la grande boucle.

Tout comme le Critérium du Dauphiné, le Tour de Suisse attire les meilleurs cyclistes du monde qui cherchent à affiner leur préparation pour le Tour de France. La course est un véritable terrain d’entraînement où les coureurs peuvent se mesurer les uns aux autres et peaufiner leurs stratégies. Chaque année, le Tour de Suisse offre des moments de compétition intense et des paysages spectaculaires, contribuant ainsi à son statut d’événement incontournable dans le monde du cyclisme.

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‘they know pogačar is number one’: uae emirates crushes question of teammate mutiny at tour de france, team director keeps superdomestiques on a leash after yates, almeida dominate in suisse: ‘we have a team of rock stars, but they believe in tadej as the leader'.

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Adam Yates and João Almedia will hit the Tour de France at 1,000W after they reigned supreme at the Tour de Suisse, but they won’t be getting ideas about usurping Tadej Pogačar .

That’s according to UAE Emirates director Joxean Fernández Matxin , who told Bici that Pogačar’s armada of world-beating Tour de France wingmen knows their place.

“They understand Tadej is number one in the world. Although we have a team of rock stars, they believe in him as the leader of this team for the Tour,” Fernández Matxin said Wednesday.

“When Almeida and [Juan] Ayuso asked me to come to the Tour, I told them that it was fine, but that we would ride with the idea of a single leader and that nothing different would be done from what we had decided,” Fernández Matxin told Bici.

UAE Team Emirates will unleash four leader-caliber climbers out of its bus next Saturday for the Tuscan grand départ with a mission to seal Pogačar’s Giro-Tour double.

Pogačar, Yates, and Almeida will be joined by Juan Ayuso for a team that could blow away a battered and bruised Jonas Vingegaard , Primož Roglič , and Remco Evenepoel .

Some pundits were so hyped watching UAE Emirates eviscerate Suisse last week there were even calls for a team lockout on the final Tour de France podium next month in Nice.

Well, well, well — is it time to start to think about a UAE TdF podium sweep? Yates, Almeida look scary strong, add a little Ayuso, and Pogačar might have friends in all the right places for this TdF — Andrew Hood (@EuroHoody) June 16, 2024

Fernández Matxin insisted there would be no leadership disputes like those that rattled Jumbo-Visma when Sepp Kuss rose above his teammates at last year’s Vuelta a España.

The Spanish staffer told Bici the division of labor had been blasted into the brains of every new addition to his supreme “super-team.”

“I was clear from the moment I spoke to new riders about joining the team,” Fernández Matxin said. “Guys like Adam Yates, like [Pavel] Sivakov, [Tim] Wellens and [Nils] Politt know they will have their space, but when Tadej is there, they will ride for him.

“Those were the conditions we set before we even signed the contract,” Fernández Matxin continued. “I’m not the one who makes them sign, but I have only the word and that must always be respected.”

Adam Yates and Joao Almeida are making it clear in this Tour de Suisse that they are in a better shape than Roglic and Evenepoel for the Tour de France. I appreciate Remco and Primoz but it is what it is ‍♂️ pic.twitter.com/taqjAUbpDm — Albert Cycling ‍♂️ (@AlbertCycl1ng) June 14, 2024

Yates rode himself onto the podium of last year’s Tour, “best of the rest” beneath two-time winners Vingegaard and Pogačar.

Fernández Matxin will be keeping faith in Yates that another top GC placing will purely be a side-effect of superdomestique-ing.

“Read Almeida’s and Yates’ interviews after the various victories in Switzerland,” Fernández Matxin said. “They know perfectly well that Tadej is number one in the world. I think that this is a very close-knit team.”

Pogačar on the rebound: ‘He didn’t come out of the Giro tired’

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Fernández Matxin piloted Pogačar his whole WorldTour career. He knows the athletic shades of his Slovenian sensation better than almost anyone else.

It seems six stage wins and a classification obliteration of the corsa rosa last month didn’t take much out of the 25-year-old.

“What I can say is that he didn’t come out of the Giro tired of legs or of mind,” Fernández Matxin said.

Fernández Matxin detailed how his number one had been busy this month putting the finishing touches on his yellow jersey form.

Workouts, stage recons, and geeking out over equipment have all been on the menu for Pogačar and his Tour teammates during a weeks-long altitude retreat atop Isola 2000.

“We’ve tested some new things on the bikes, mainly making them lighter, and we did time trial testing,” Fernández Matxin said. “Small things, but they make the difference.

“The bikes are the same as at the Giro, but we’ve tried to lighten them a bit.”

Pogačar returns to sea level Monday, five days before he straps in for the second installment of his grand tour joyride at the Italian grand départ .

“I see him motivated, I see him calm, I see him happy,” Fernández Matxin said. “I can’t say anything negative, because there’s nothing negative. He laughs and jokes with his comrades, they form a nice group.”

If Pogačar carries even 95 percent of his Giro d’Italia panache 31 days forward to the Tour de France, there won’t be any opportunity for team mutiny.

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    Als unter 25-jährige konnten sie sich während der diesjährigen Tour de Suisse das weisse @lend_ch Trikot überstreifen🤍👶⁣.⁣ These three guys are definitely a promise for the future! As under 25-year-olds, they were able to pull on the white @lend_ch jersey during this year`s Tour de Suisse🤍👶⁣.⁣

  9. Tour de Suisse 2022 Stage 1 results

    Stage 1 » Küsnacht › Küsnacht (177.6km) Stephen Williams is the winner of Tour de Suisse 2022 Stage 1, before Maximilian Schachmann and Andreas Kron. Stephen Williams was leader in GC.

  10. Tour de Suisse 1 Live

    Follow the Tour de Suisse Vaduz - Vaduz stage live with Eurosport. Vaduz - Vaduz starts at 12:08 PM on June 9th, 2024. Vaduz - Vaduz starts at 12:08 PM on June 9th, 2024.

  11. Tour de Suisse 2024: Results and news

    Yves Lampaert (Soudal-QuickStep) clocked a time of 5:05 on the flat 4.77 km course in Vaduz to win the opening stage and take the first yellow jersey of the 2024 Tour de Suisse. Stefan Bissegger ...

  12. Tour de Suisse 2024 Stage 1: Start times ITT

    foto: Cor Vos Home riders Stefan Küng and Stefan Bissegger, along with Ethan Hayter, are the hot favourites to win the ITT on the Tour de Suisse's first day of action. Cyclingstage.com brings you the most important start times. Jan Sommer is the first rider to start at 14:08 local time (CEST), while Jacopo Mosca is the last starter at 16:55.

  13. Tour de Suisse 2024 : classement de l'étape Vaduz

    20. Yannis Voisard. Tudor. à 0'14''. Tour de Suisse 2024 : retrouvez le classement général de l'étape Vaduz - Vaduz sur L'Équipe.

  14. UCI World Tour: Tour de Suisse Results

    UCI World Tour: Milano - Sanremo. UCI Women's World Tour: Ronde van Drenthe. UCI World Tour: Tirreno - Adriatico. UCI Women's World Tour: UAE Tour. UCI World Tour: Cadel Road Race. UCI Women's ...

  15. Tour de Suisse 2024

    Direct : Regarder la 1e étape du Tour de Suisse 2024. La 1e étape du Tour de Suisse 2024 est à regarder en direct à la télévision ce dimanche 9 juin. Voici les chaînes TV et les horaires pour regarder la course de l'étape du jour : La Chaîne L'Équipe : en live dès 15h00 (ou player ci-dessous) Eurosport 1 : en direct à partir de ...

  16. How to Watch Tour de Suisse Online Live Stream Race

    The 2024 Tour de Suisse takes across eight stages from June 9 to June 16. By the time the riders cross the finish line of stage eight, they'll have covered 950 kilometers (about 1,211 miles) and ...

  17. Tour de Suisse 2024

    Retrouvez l'ordre et les horaires des départs de la 1e étape du Tour de Suisse 2024, un contre-la-montre de 4,8 kilomètres, ce dimanche 9 juin. Le premier coureur, Jan Sommer (Swiss Cycling) partira à 14h08 tandis que Jacopo Mosca (Lidl-Trek) fermera la marche en partant à 16h55. L'un des grands favoris du jour, Stefan Kung (Groupama ...

  18. La 1e étape du Tour de Suisse 2023 en détails

    Les favoris de la 1e étape du Tour de Suisse ne sont autre que Remco Evenepoel, Stefan Kung et Wout van Aert. Toutes les étapes et le tracé du Tour de Suisse : le parcours. Les participants du départ de l'épreuve suisse : les engagés. Tout savoir sur les chaînes et les horaires de diffusion TV : le programme.

  19. Tour de Suisse 2024

    La 87 e édition du Tour de Suisse a lieu du 9 au 16 juin 2024. La course cycliste se déroule au Liechtenstein et en Suisse entre Vaduz et Villars-sur-Ollon sur un format de huit étapes. L'épreuve fait partie du calendrier UCI World Tour 2024 en catégorie 1.UWT.

  20. As it happened: Küng victorious in Tour de Suisse opener

    With all the strongest time triallists still to take to the start, the tension is building on stage 1 of the Tour de Suisse, as we enter the final hour of the day. 2023-06-11T14:21:08.419Z.

  21. Etape 1 Resume

    Direkte Vaduz - Vaduz. Tour de Suisse - 9. juni 2024. Følg Tour de Suisse Vaduz - Vaduz direkte med Eurosport. Vaduz - Vaduz starter 14:08 9. juni 2024. Få siste nytt som sykkel og finn Tour de Suisse results, standings og løypeprofiler. Etter Vaduz - Vaduz er ferdig, sørg for å sjekke de neste etappene og får liveoppdateringer fra den etappen.

  22. Tour de Suisse

    Juin 2024. Tour de Suisse 9. - 18. Juin 2024. Le Tour de Suisse 2024 fait partie de l'histoire. Nouvelles. Une Demi Vollering triomphale jusqu'au bout. Nouvelles. Tour de Suisse 2025 - les premières villes étapes sont connues.

  23. Tour de Suisse. La victoire finale pour Yates, le contre-la-montre de

    Adam Yates (UAE Team Emirates) a remporté le Tour de Suisse à l'issue du contre-la-montre de la 8e et dernière étape entre Aigle et Villars-sur-Ollon, ce dimanche 16 juin. Le Britannique a ...

  24. Women's Tour de Suisse: Demi Vollering seals first title to extend

    Demi Vollering clinched her first Women's Tour de Suisse title in style to extend her winning streak in stage races. The Dutchwoman, 27, made it four race victories in less than two months by ...

  25. Tour de Suisse 1. etape 2024

    Tour de Suisse. Følg Feltet.dks Liveopdatering fra Tour de Suisse 1. etape 2024 her.

  26. Tour de Suisse Stage 7: Adam Yates and João Almeida in UAE 1-2

    Race leader Adam Yates went into the final mountain stage of the Tour de Suisse looking to extend his advantage prior to Sunday's time trial, but only did so by virtue of the time bonus for winning the stage.. He finished marginally ahead of teammate João Almeida (UAE Team Emirates), who eased back and waved the Briton onwards to the line. The highly promising American rider Matteo ...

  27. Tour de Suisse 2024

    A l'occasion de la 4e étape du Tour de Suisse, les choses sérieuses commencent pour l'édition 2024. La première arrivée au sommet est jugée à Gotthard Pass après 21,1 kilomètres à 5,6%. La dernière partie de la montée finale est la plus difficile avec 10 kilomètres à 6,3%. Les grimpeurs trouveront un terrain de jeu à leur ...

  28. Yates wins stage seven to keep Tour de Suisse lead

    Yates wins stage seven to keep Tour de Suisse lead. Image source, Getty Images. Image caption, Adam Yates will wear the yellow jersey for Sunday's final stage. Published. 15 June 2024.

  29. 'They Know Tadej Pogačar Is Number One'

    Adam Yates and João Almedia will hit the Tour de France at 1,000W after they reigned supreme at the Tour de Suisse, but they won't be getting ideas about usurping Tadej Pogačar.. That's according to UAE Emirates director Joxean Fernández Matxin, who told Bici that Pogačar's armada of world-beating Tour de France wingmen knows their place. ...

  30. TV Broadcast

    Broadcast times Tour de Suisse Men in Switzerland. Date. Time. Saturday, 15.06.2024. SRF 2 from 10.50 RTS 2 from 10.50 RSI 2 from 10.50. Sunday, 16.06.2024. SRF 2 from 10.30 RTS 2 from 11.00 RSI Livestream from 10.30. Monday, 17.06.2024. SRF 2 from 15.00 RTS 2 from 15.00 RSI Livestream from 15.00.