Stage 21: Montgeron / Paris Champs-Élysées

Sunday, 23 July 2017

Overview

103km | Flat

It'll be time for facts and figures. First of all time to check the number of riders who will enter the world of Giants of the road. Time to count the seconds or minutes separating the best on the final podium. But the finish on the Champs-Élysées is also a territory for sprinters. The British and the Germans have reigned there without sharing these last few years. Will they finally meet a worthy enough rival?

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Stage Results

Riders who scored points on Stage 21

Stage position
  • 1.
    GROENEWEGEN Dylan 163 - Team LottoNL-Jumbo
    50
  • 2.
    GREIPEL André 131 - Lotto Soudal
    40
  • 3.
    BOASSON HAGEN Edvald 92 - Dimension Data
    32
  • 4.
    BOUHANNI Nacer 151 - Cofidis, Solutions Crédits
    24
  • 5.
    KRISTOFF Alexander 125 - Team Katusha - Alpecin
    20
  • 6.
    BOZIC Borut 194 - Bahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team
    18
  • 7.
    CIMOLAI Davide 72 - FDJ
    16
  • 8.
    PERICHON Pierre-Luc 216 - Fortuneo - Vital Concept
    14
  • 9.
    SELIG Rüdiger 119 - BORA - hansgrohe
    12
  • 10.
    BENNATI Daniele 23 - Movistar Team
    10
General classification
  • 1.
    FROOME Christopher 1 - Team Sky
    30
Sprinters
  • 1.
    MATTHEWS Michael 141 - Team Sunweb
    15
King of the Mountains
  • 1.
    BARGUIL Warren 143 - Team Sunweb
    15
Young rider
  • 1.
    YATES Simon 89 - ORICA - Scott
    15
Combative
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Top scoring riders on Stage 21

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