The 2016 Tour de Suisse was won by 22-year old Miguel Ángel López. From start to finish, the race was marked by bad weather. Big names Tejay van Garderen, Geraint Thomas and triple winner Rui Costa couldn’t live up to their reputation and on the podium López was flanked by Ion Izagirre and Warren Barguil. Peter Sagan was the master of the hilly stages, winning two, and bringing his total to 13 stage wins in the Tour de Suisse, which is a record. (Slideshow route/profile)
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Tour de Suisse 2016: Stages
Tour de Suisse 2016: Route maps, height profiles, etc.
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Tour de Suisse 2016
Tour de Suisse 2016 Stage 9: Colombian party - Pantano stage win, López takes the overallTour de Suisse 2016 Stage 8: Ion Izagirre wins ITT, Ángel López new leaderTour de Suisse 2016 Stage 7: Van Garderen wins Queen Stage, Barguil new leaderTour de Suisse 2016 Stage 6: Weening soloes to victory in horrible weather, Kelderman new leaderTour de Suisse 2016 Stage 5: Atapuma climbs to victory, Latour new leaderTour de Suisse 2016 Stage 4: Richeze sprints to victory, Sagan retains in overall leadTour de Suisse 2016 Stage 3: Stage win and leader's jersey Sagan after show of strengthTour de Suisse 2016 Stage 2: Sagan outsprints Richeze, Roelandts takes leader's jerseyTour de Suisse 2016 Stage 1: Cancellara wins ITT and takes leader's jerseyTour de Suisse 2016 Route stage 1: ITT in BaarTour de Suisse 2016 Route stage 2: Baar - BaarTour de Suisse 2016 Route stage 3: Grosswangen – RheinfeldenTour de Suisse 2016 Route stage 4: Rheinfelden – ChampagneTour de Suisse 2016 Route stage 5: Brig-Glis – CarìTour de Suisse 2016 Route stage 6: Weesen – AmdenTour de Suisse 2016 Route stage 7: Arbon – Rettenbachferner/SöldenTour de Suisse 2016 Route stage 8: Davos - DavosTour de Suisse 2016 Route stage 9: Davos - Davos