October 22, 2014

PARIS (AP) The 21 stages of the 2015 Tour de France announced Wednesday by Tour organizers:

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July 4 - Utrecht to Utrecht, 14 kilometers, individual time trial.

July 5 - Utrecht to Zelande, 166 kilometers, likely sprint finish.

July 6 - Anvers to Huy, 154 kilometers, sharp uphill finish.

July 7 - Seraing to Cambrai, 221 kilometers, longest stage, with cobbled sections.

July 8 - Arras to Amiens, 189 kilometers, likely sprint finish.

July 9 - Abbeville to Le Havre, 191 kilometers, likely sprint finish.

July 10 - Livarot to Fougeres, 190 kilometers, likely sprint finish.

July 11 - Rennes to Mur de Bretagne, 179 kilometers, sharp uphill finish.

July 12 - Vannes to Plumelec, 28 kilometers, team time trial.

July 13 - Rest day.

July 14 - Tarbes to La Pierre-Saint-Martin, 167 kilometers, mountains.

July 15 - Pau to Cauterets-Vallee de Saint-Savin, 188 kilometers, mountains.

July 16 - Lannemezan to Plateau de Beille, 195 kilometers, mountains.

July 17 - Muret to Rodez, 200 kilometers, possible sprint finish.

July 18 - Rodez to Mende, 178 kilometers, sharp uphill finish.

July 19 - Mende to Valence, 182 kilometers, likely sprint finish.

July 20 - Bourg-de-Peage to Gap, 201 kilometers, entrance into the Alps.

July 21 - Rest day.

July 22 - Digne-Les-Bains to Pra-Loup, 161 kilometers, mountains.

July 23 - Gap to Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne, 185 kilometers, mountains.

July 24 - Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to La Toussuire-Les Sybelles, 138 kilometers, mountains.

July 25 - Modane Valfrejus to Alpe-d'Huez, 110 kilometers, mountains.

July 26 - Sevres to Paris Champs-Elysees, 107 kilometers, early evening arrival in Paris with likely sprint finish.

Total of 26 climbs up hills and mountains and 3,344 kilometers of riding.

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