1. Tour de France 2019 - Stage 6: Profile, prediction, crashes, winner, time and TV  The South African
  2. Sagan wins Tour fifth stage, Alaphilippe retains lead  SuperSport
  3. Top Banana: Tour de France stage 6 – Geraint Thomas - Journal  Rouleur
  4. Summary - Stage 6 - Tour de France 2019  Tour de France
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Here's everything you need to know about Stage 6 of the Tour de France. From predictions to live stream stream details.Here's everything you need to know about Stage 6 of the Tour de France. From predictions to live stream stream details.

Tour de France 2019 - Stage 6: Profile, prediction, crashes, winner, time and TV

They said he was playing second banana but his performance on La Planche Des Belles Filles proved Geraint Thomas is still topThey said he was playing second banana but his performance on La Planche Des Belles Filles proved Geraint Thomas is still top

Top Banana: Tour de France stage 6 – Geraint Thomas - Journal

Thursday's sixth stage of the Tour de France produced a classic battle, and helped further the mythology of the Tour's newest great climb: La Planche des Belles Filles

Commentary: An instant classic on La Planche des Belles Filles – VeloNews.com

“First real mountain stage and of course first serious gruppetto of this Tour de France. #TDF19 📸 @pocispix”

Elia Viviani on Twitter: "First real mountain stage and of course first serious gruppetto of this Tour de France. #TDF19 📸 @pocispix… "

“All three times that La Planche des Belles Filles has been used, the Yellow Jersey at the end of the stage has gone on to win the Tour de France. (I'm sure I'm like the 24th person to say this but I haven't been on twitter much).”

Daniel Lloyd on Twitter: "All three times that La Planche des Belles Filles has been used, the Yellow Jersey at the end of the stage has gone on to win the Tour de France. (I'm sure I'm like the 24th person to say this but I haven't been on twitter much)."

“20° slope is the finish of Stage 6 on the Tour de France on a gravel road! What a race! These guys were spent. Yellow jersey now on the shoulders of Ciccone.”

Brian Wesbury on Twitter: "20° slope is the finish of Stage 6 on the Tour de France on a gravel road! What a race! These guys were spent. Yellow jersey now on the shoulders of Ciccone.… https://t.co/41ABMu4Ium"

“Dylan Teuns (Bahrain-Merida) in his first Tour de France wins Stage 6. On the same day, Giulio Ciccone (Trek-Segafredo) takes the yellow jersey from Julian Alaphilippe in his race debut. Some day for the newcomers. #tdf19”

Sophie Smith on Twitter: "Dylan Teuns (Bahrain-Merida) in his first Tour de France wins Stage 6. On the same day, Giulio Ciccone (Trek-Segafredo) takes the yellow jersey from Julian Alaphilippe in his race debut. Some day for the newcomers. #tdf19"

Dylan Teuns won a slow-motion finish on the steep finishing ramp at the summit of La Planche des Belles Filles, finishing three seconds ahead of Giulio Ciccone.Dylan Teuns won a slow-motion finish on the steep finishing ramp at the summit of La Planche des Belles Filles, finishing three seconds ahead of Giulio Ciccone.

Tour de France 2019 news - Dylan Teuns wins brutal summit finish as Giulio Ciccone takes yellow - Tour de France 2019 - Cycling - Eurosport

Audaciousness is an asset, not a liability, in Julian Alaphilippe’s racing world. Can he apply that to the Tour?Audaciousness is an asset, not a liability, in Julian Alaphilippe’s racing world. Can he apply that to the Tour?

The audacity of Julian Alaphilippe | CyclingTips

Geraint Thomas took back control of the Tour de France on Thursday, with a surge of power taking him clear of his main rivals on the backbreaking finish to stage six in the Vosges mountains.Geraint Thomas took back control of the Tour de France on Thursday, with a surge of power taking him clear of his main rivals on the backbreaking finish to stage six in the Vosges mountains.

Britain's Thomas surges clear of main rivals on brutal finish to stage six of the Tour de France | Daily Mail Online

For the second year in a row, Patrick Bevin has been forced out of the Tour de France prematurely.For the second year in a row, Patrick Bevin has been forced out of the Tour de France prematurely.

We stood outside the Team Ineos bus at Saint-Dié in the early afternoon yesterday, like the seagulls following the trawler as Eric Cantona once described us. The sardine we awaited though was no ordinary sardine. From the bus he walked with a step that if not quite jaunty was elegant and without a tWe stood outside the Team Ineos bus at Saint-Dié in the early afternoon yesterday, like the seagulls following the trawler as Eric Cantona once described us. The sardine we awaited though was no...

Tour de France: Stage set for Egan Bernal to show his class | Sport | The Times

The 2019 Tour de France takes on its first real mountain test on Thursday's stage 6, which covers seven categorized climbs en route to a finish at La Planche des Belles Filles. Defending champion Geraint Thomas (Ineos) expects the GC battle to come into focus on the climb in France's Vosges mountains. It's easy toThe 2019 Tour de France takes on its first real mountain test on Thursday's stage 6, which covers seven categorized climbs en route to a finish at La Planche des Belles Filles. Defending champion Geraint Thomas (Ineos) expects the GC battle to come into focus on the climb in France's Vosges mountains. It's easy to

Thomas on Tour's stage 6 finishing climb: 'It's more than an appetizer' | CyclingTips

With four-time winner Chris Froome out, nursing broken bones, two of the big questions at this Tour de France have been whether other contenders who've long ridden in his shadow will now be more willing to attack and who, on his team, will fill the vacuum left by the British rider's absence.With four-time winner Chris Froome out, nursing broken bones, two of the big questions at this Tour de France have been whether other contenders who've long ridden in his shadow will now be more willing to attack and who, on his team, will fill the vacuum left by the British rider's absence.

Tour de France Stage 6 climb to rob also-rans of hidey holes

On a day that was slotted as the Tour’s first true GC battle, it was a pair of Tour debutants riding in the breakaway who enjoyed the greatest successOn a day that was slotted as the Tour’s first true GC battle, it was a pair of Tour debutants riding in the breakaway who enjoyed the greatest success

Today at the Tour: Dream scenario for a pair of Tour debutants | CyclingTips

Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here's what's happening today: Dylan Teuns wins stage 6 of the Tour de France from the breakaway, Giulio Ciccone takes over yellow, Patrick Bevin pulls out of the race, Marianne Vos nabs her third stage victory of the 2019 Giro Rosa. Those stories and more in today’s Daily NewsWelcome to your Daily News Digest. Here's what's happening today: Dylan Teuns wins stage 6 of the Tour de France from the breakaway, Giulio Ciccone takes over yellow, Patrick Bevin pulls out of the race, Marianne Vos nabs her third stage victory of the 2019 Giro Rosa. Those stories and more in today’s Daily News

Teuns soars to Tour stage 6 win from the break: Daily News Digest | CyclingTips

After five days of prodding and probing and watching each other, but mostly just trying to stay out of trouble, the battle for the maillot jaune at this year’s Tour de France will finally come alive on Thursday.After five days of prodding and probing and watching each other, but mostly just trying to stay out of trouble, the battle for the maillot jaune at this year’s Tour de France will finally come alive on Thursday.

Riders prepare for 'hardest day of the Tour de France' as stage six takes them up Vosges mountains

Kiwi favourite Patrick Bevin became the first rider to abandon this year's Tour de France when his CCC team announced that he would not be starting Thursday's sixth stage. Bevin fell in Monday's stage 3 and again in stage 4 on Tuesday when he fractured two ribs. He rode stage 5 but was in considerable pain. "I fellKiwi favourite Patrick Bevin became the first rider to abandon this year's Tour de France when his CCC team announced that he would not be starting Thursday's sixth stage. Bevin fell in Monday's stage 3 and again in stage 4 on Tuesday when he fractured two ribs. He rode stage 5 but was in considerable pain. "I fell

New Zealander Bevin first to abandon the Tour de France | CyclingTips

The Colombian is sharing Ineos leadership with defending champion Geraint Thomas

Egan Bernal not feeling pressure of leadership debut at Tour de France - Cycling Weekly