We’re just two days away from the exciting conclusion of the 2023 Tour de France. Riders are running out of time to set themselves up for success as the leaders separate themselves from the pack.
You can catch up on the latest details and find out where to watch the race live here. Stage 20 is set for Saturday. Riders arrive in Paris on Sunday for the final stage of the race.
Stage 14 is the second of three days in the most mountainous regions of the race.
35-year-old Dutch cyclist Wout Poels grabbed his first stage win in Stage 15.
This section changes things up for riders as they ditch the crowd and enjoy a solo time trial segment for the day. Racers focus on beating the clock instead of the athlete ahead of them.
The pack returns for Stage 17, and so does the up-and-down alpine riding.
Stage 18 gave riders a break from the mountains with a mostly flat ride across southeast France.
Jonas Vingegard remained the top rider going into Stage 19.