Tour de France 2017: Favourites

chris froome - Tour de France 2017 favouritesChris Froome, Richie Porte, Alberto Contador, Nairo Quintana, Esteban Chaves and Romain Bardet are pre-race favourites in the 2017 Tour de France, while Simon Yates, Alejandro Valverde, Rafal Majka and Ion Izagirre are dark horse contenders. Fast finishers on board are Peter Sagan, Mark Cavendish, Marcel Kittel, John Degenkolb, and Alexander Kristoff and Arnaud Démare. (Slideshow route/profile)

Read about the favourites to win the 2017 Tour de France or click on the links in underneath table for the favourites to win the respective stages.

Favourites 2017 Tour de France – per stage:

Date Favourites Length Type
1 Sa 1-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 1 favourites Chrono-specialists for the first yellow jersey 13.0 km flat ITT
2 Su 2-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 2 favourites Fast finishers fiesta 202.0 km flat
3 Mo 3-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 3 favourites Power to the punchers 212.5 km finish uphill
4 Tu 4-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 4 favourites Fast men in Vittel 207.5 km flat
5 We 5-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 5 favourites Climb to yellow 160.0 km mountain finish
6 Th 6-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 6 favourites Fast & furious in Troyes 216.0 km flat
7 Fr 7-7 214.0 km
8 Sa 8-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 8 favourites Breakaway day for climbers 187.0 km mountains
9 Su 9-7 181.0 km mountains
Mo 10-7 Rest day in Dordogne
10 Tu 11-7 178.0 km
11 We 12-7 202.0 km
12 Th 13-7 214.0 km mountains
13 Fr 14-7 100.0 km mountains
14 Sa 15-7 181.0 km
15 Su 16-7 189.0 km hilly
Mo 17-7 Rest day in Le Puy en Velay
16 Tu 18-7 165.0 km
17 We 19-7 183.0 km mountains
18 Th 20-7 178.0 km mountains
19 Fr 21-7 220.0 km flat
20 Sa 22-7 23.0 km ITT
21 Su 23-7 105.0 km flat

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