The Tour de France is winding down now and with today’s race–Stage 20 out of 21–the Tour only has the grand finale of tomorrow’s run down the Champs Elysees and the 2017 edition of the world’s greatest bicycle race will be over.
Maciej Bodnar of Poland won Stage 20, and in the overall classifications, Chris Froome remains in 1st place, followed by Rigoberto Uran and Romain Bardet. Unless Froome has a disasterous outing tomorrow–and the odds say he will not–he will win his fourth Tour de France.
Catch up on all the news, photos, analysis and behind the scenes features of this years Tour de France using our direct link to the Official Tour De France website.
And…don’t forget the time difference for tomorrow’s finish. The time difference between the East Coast and Paris is 6 hours, so get up early tomorrow morning and tune into the finish if you want to see the closing stage live.
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