2009 Tour De France - Stage 12 - Part 1.avi (Size: 2.54 GB) (Files: 5)
2009 Tour De France - Stage 12 - Part 1.avi
2009 Tour De France - Stage 12 - Part 2.avi
2009 Tour De France - Stage 12 - Part 3.avi
2009 Tour De France - Stage 12 Pre-Race Show.avi
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TV Show: Stage 12 of the 2009 Tour De France
Air Date: Thursday, July 16, 2009
Network: Versus (Live Coverage)
Announcers: Phil Liggett & Paul Sherwen
Files: Part 1 - AVI XviD (549MBs) Part 2 - AVI XviD (1.25GBs)
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TORRENT NOTE: This video has been edited with no commercials and covers the entire race live, no highlights. Part 1 & Part 2 are separate files so that you can download Part 1 first to watch the race while you are downloading Part 2. All coverage is live and none of the race was removed during the commercial removal process. Enjoy.
STAGE 12 DETAILS:
Date: Thursday 16 July
Weather Forecast: Sunny & Warm
Start And Finish: Tonnerre > Vittel
Distance: 211.5 km (131.42 Miles)
Stage Profile: Departing on their cross country ride towards the Alps the riders will encounter another day for the sprinters. At this point teams are looking ahead towards the Alps and they will have to be vigilant to prevent a break from escaping for the win.
As the riders depart Tonnerre they won’t want to know that they are arriving to one of the best known spa resorts in the country of France. The Vosges spa resort has attracted many of the nation’s top athletes that train there on a regular basis.
Vittel is a small, picturesque town located in the Vosges region. It also is where the Vittel mineral water basin is located. Vittel was honored with a stage finish, in 1990, that Jelle Nidham won and the following day held a time trial that Raul Alcala won with an average speed of 47.9km/hr. With Vittel as one of the major sponsors of the Tour it should be no surprise why the Tour is making another stop at this important city.