2009 Tour De France - Stage 13 - Part 1.avi (Size: 2.47 GB) (Files: 5)
2009 Tour De France - Stage 13 - Part 1.avi
2009 Tour De France - Stage 13 - Part 2.avi
2009 Tour De France - Stage 13 - Part 3.avi
2009 Tour De France - Stage 13 Pre-Race Show.avi
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TV Show: Stage 13 of the 2009 Tour De France
Air Date: Friday, July 17, 2009
Network: Versus (Live Coverage)
Announcers: Phil Liggett & Paul Sherwen
Files: Pre-Race Show - AVI XviD (203MBs) Part 1 - AVI XviD (566MBs) Part 2 - AVI XviD (690MBs) Part 3 - AVI XviD (1.04GBs)
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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 13 DETAILS:
Type: Medium mountains
Date: Friday 17 July
Weather Forecast: Rain
Start And Finish: Vittel > Colmar
Distance: 200 km (124.27 Miles)
Stage Profile: It was Lawyer Louis Bouloumi’e who bought the G’er’moy Spring in 1854 and founded the Vittel Spa. Years later he decided to bottle the mineral water for use at home creating the Eaux Minerals de Vittel in 1882. Vittel still has one of their central laboratories located here in the city.
After a series of flat stages the Tour arrives to the Vosges mountains, three small but difficult passes. This medium mountain route could be a launching pad for an aggressive rider. At kilometer 105 the riders will take on the 8.9km Cold de la Schlucht. It was on this final climb, in 2005, where surprisingly Armstrong ended up isolated from his entire team, finishing 27 seconds behind the winner Peter Weening. With only a 4.1% grade the tenacity of the riders will determine what happens on this first climb.
After a quick descent the riders go straight into the 8.7km Col du Platzerwasel and then the final 8.4km Col du Firstplan. This last climb peaks only 20km from the finish line in Colmar. In 2001 on Bastille Day the French rider Laurant Jalabert took the win into Colmar and who can forget the winning salute of Neil Stephens pretending to cradle a baby in his arms as he crossed the finish in 1997.