News : Tour de France 2019 in Live Stream and TV + Results: Alaphilippe wins Stage 3 and takes over Yellow from Teunissen

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Tour de France 2019 in Live Stream and TV + Results: Alaphilippe wins Stage 3 and takes over Yellow from Teunissen

On July 6, 209, the starting shot for the first leg of the event will be given for the 106th time Tour de France, For the first time in a long time, cycling enthusiasts in Germany will be able to hope for a podium finish in the overall standings of the Tour de France after the years-long Sprinter Festival. Climbing specialist Emanuel Buchmann was already convincing at the Tour de France at a young age - and looks even stronger and more mature this year, as his most recent appearances at the Criterium du Dauphiné show. How you can be part of the great cycling event is revealed to you here.

Tour de France 2019 live on Free-TV at the ARD and One

The Tour de France 2019 will be covered by the ARD, The public service broadcaster will report live every day from 4:05 to 5:25 pm during the week. At the ARD the tour will be moderated by Michael Antwerpes, reporter is Florian Naß. In addition, there is the Radspektakel at Sender One to see. The TV station broadcasts from the start to the moment when the ARD takes over on its main channel. The transmission times of all stages can be found in the table below.

Watch Tour de France 2019 online in a live stream

If you want to see all the stages in one go, without having to switch, is in the free Live stream of the ARD online. As an alternative, an offer of euro Sport to the fans of cycling. However, there is the live stream only in the station's own, paid Eurosport Player, Also on ARD One you can see the Tour de France 2019 in the Live Stream Track - and completely free.

All stages, dates and winners of the Tour de France 2019 at a glance

stage date Etappenorte stage type kilometre TV dates stage winner
1st stage 07/06/2017 Brussels - Brussels flat stage 192

2.35 pm (ARD Sportschau)

11:55 am (One)

11:55 (Eurosport)

Mike Teunissen
2nd stage 07/07/2017 Brussels - Brussels Team Time Trial 27

15.05 clock (ARD sports show)

2.20 pm (Eurosport)

Tony Martin
3rd stage 08/07/2017 Binche - Épernay Hilly stage 214

16.05 clock (ARD sports show)

12.00 (ONE)

12.00 (Eurosport)

4th stage 09/07/2017 Reims - Nancy flat stage 215

16.05 clock (ARD sports show)

12.00 (One)

12.00 (Eurosport)

5th stage 07/10/2017 Saint-Dié-des-Vosges - Colmar Medium-heavy stage 169

16.05 clock (ARD sports show)

1:05 pm (One)

13:05 (Eurosport)

6th stage 07/11/2017 Mulhouse - Planche des Belles Filles High mountain stage 157

12:55 pm (One)

16:05 (ARD)

12:55 pm (Eurosport)

7th stage 07/12/2017 Belfort - Chalon-sur-Saône flat stage 230

16.05 clock (ARD sports show)

11.10 am (One)

11.10 am (Eurosport)

8th stage 07/13/2017 Mâcon - Saint-Étienne flat stage 199

2.30 pm (ARD sports show)

12.00 (One)

12.00 (Eurosport)

9th stage 07/14/2017 Saint-Etienne - Brioude Hilly stage 170

3:00 pm (ARD sports show)

12:55 pm (One)

12:55 pm (Eurosport)

10th stage 07/15/2017 Saint-Flour - Albi flat stage 218

16.05 clock (ARD sports show)

12.10 pm (Eurosport)

12.00 (One)

11th stage 07/17/2017 Albi - Toulouse flat stage 167

16.05 clock (ARD sports show)

13:25 (One)

13.34 (Eurosport)

12th stage 07/18/2017 Toulouse - Bagnères-de-Bigorre High mountain stage 202

3.10 pm (ARD sports show)

11:20 am (One)

13th stage 07/19/2017 Pau - Pau ITT 27

16.05 clock (ARD sports show)

11.50 am (One)

11.40 am (Eurosport)

14th stage 07/20/2017 Tarbes - Col du Tourmalet High mountain stage 117

1 pm (ARD Sportschau)

1.30 pm (Eurosport)

15th stage 07/21/2017 Limoux - Foix
High mountain stage

11:55 am (One)

15.05 clock (ARD sports show)

12:05 pm (Eurosport)

16th stage 07/23/2017 Nimes - Nimes flat stage 177

16.05 clock (ARD sports show)

1:05 pm (One)

13.15 (Eurosport)

17th stage 07/24/2017 Pont du Gard - Gap Hilly stage 206

12.15 (Eurosport)

16.05 clock (ARD sports show)

18th stage 07/25/2017 Embrun - Valloire High mountain stage 207

11.00 am (One)

3.10 pm (ARD sports show)

11.10 am (Eurosport)

19th stage 07/26/2017 Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne - Tignes High mountain stage 123

1:35 pm (One)

3.10 pm (ARD)

1:40 pm (One)

20th stage 07/27/2017 Albertville - Val Thorens High mountain stage 131

1.30 pm (Eurosport)

14.05 clock (ARD sports show)

1.30 pm (One)

21st stage 07/28/2017 Rambouillet - Paris flat stage 127

5:55 pm (One)

6 pm (Eurosport)

These German cyclists are in the Tour de France 2019 here

Eleven German cyclists will start at the 106th Tour de France in Brussels on 6th July. A front ranking in the overall standings is most likely to trust Emanuel Buchmann. The most successful German driver this season is his Bora teammate Maximilian Schachmann with six wins.

The list of German tour drivers at a glance:

Roger Kluge (Lotto Soudal), Simon Geschke (Team CCC), Andre Greipel (Arkéa Samsic), Nikias Arndt (Sunweb), Lennard Kämna (Sunweb), Tony Martin (Jumbo-Visma), Rick Zabel (Katusha Alpecin), Nils Politt (Katusha Alpecin), Marcus Burghardt (Bora-hansgrohe), Emanuel Buchmann (Bora-hansgrohe), Maximilian Schachmann (Bora-hansgrohe)

Detailed results of the Tour de France and all current events can be read HERE

+++ 08.07.2019: Alaphilippe wins third stage and drives in yellow +++

The French professional cyclist Julian Alaphilippe has won the third leg of the 106th Tour de France and also conquered the yellow jersey as a successful outlier. The 27-year-old mountain king of last year prevailed Monday after 215 kilometers at the end of the hilly section of Binche to Épernay with 26 seconds ahead of the Australian Michael Matthews and Jasper Stuyven from Belgium. Best German on the first arrival in France this year's tour was Emanuel Buchmann of Team Bora-hansgrohe on rank 28.

Alaphilippe took over the yellow jersey from Dutchman Mike Teunissen, who reached the finish with a few minutes back. The Quick-Step pro Alaphilippe has 20 seconds ahead of Belgian Wout Van Aert in the overall standings of the Tour de France. On Tuesday, the fourth stage is 213.5 kilometers from Reims to Nancy. With only two small climbs of the fourth category and largely flat profile, the sprinters should make the day's victory among themselves.

+++ 08.07.2019: That brings the day at the Tour de France +++

After the convincing victory of the Tony Martin team Jumbo-Visma in the team time trial leaves the 106th Tour de France only Brussels - and then Belgium. On Monday (12.10 pm / One and Eurosport) the first hilly part of this year's tour is on the program with the third stage from Binche to Épernay. Can the Dutchman Mike Teunissen defend the yellow jersey on the 215 kilometers?

THE STAGE: First flat, then more demanding: on the first arrival in France, the versatile cycling pros are in demand. While there is still an intermediate sprint after 102 kilometers in Dizy-le-Gros, four hill climbs are waiting for the final 50 kilometers, three of them in the third category. The mountains are not long (each under two kilometers), but steep (up to 12.2 percent average). Pure sprinters should have no chances here, a mass arrival is virtually excluded.

THE FAVORITES: All-rounders and classic specialists should smell their chance at this stage. If the three-time world champion Peter Sagan can keep up the pace in the main draw, he should be the clear favorite for the day's victory in Épernay. Even classic specialists like the Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe, who conquered the mountain jersey with brave attacks last year, are considered to have good chances. The pros with ambitions on the overall ranking are unlikely to launch any major attacks here.

GERMANS: The German classic specialists Maximilian Schachmann and Nils Politt could also seek their chance. "On Monday is the first hilly stage, I'll try it for the first time and then I'll see," said Politt from Katusha-Alpecin. Schachmann from Team Bora-hansgrohe proved his qualities on hilly courses in spring.

YELLOW JERSEY: The biggest danger for Mike Teunissen lurks probably in his own team. The Dutchman is ten seconds ahead of teammates Wout van Aert, Steven Kruijswijk, Tony Martin and George Bennett. The rest is already half a minute back after Jumbo-Visma dominated the team time trial.

+++ 08.07.2019: Time trial specialist Martin on his role: Am a man for rough +++

Time trial specialist Tony Martin has become a key component of his new Jumbo-Visma team the very first year. I'm a rough guy, I try to be the pillar of the team, and of course in the team time trial, it's totally okay for me, I can sacrifice 100 percent for the team, "said Martin on Sunday in Brussels after the day's success of Jumbo-Visma in the team time trial at the Tour de France. Martin drove the lead in the wind most of the time when his team was clearly successful.

Thus, both stages of the first tour weekend went to the team from the Netherlands. Team principal Grischa Niermann had praised Martin already in the highest tones. "Tony is there with his presence and is driving the team forward. If everything goes wrong, we still have Tony," said Niermann. On Saturday Mike Teunissen had decided the sprint finish for himself. He starts the 3rd leg on Monday from Binche to Épernay in the yellow jersey.

+++ 07.07.2019: Tony Martin wins the team time trial on the Tour +++ with Jumbo-Visma

Tony Martin and his Jumbo Visma team won the team time trial of the 106th Tour de France. The Dutch team won 27.6 kilometers on Sunday in Brussels with a time of 28:58 minutes, 20 seconds faster than the British Ineos team for defending champion Geraint Thomas. Third was the Belgian team Deceuninck-Quick Step.

Jumbo rider Mike Teunissen also defended the yellow jersey. The Dutchman surprisingly won on Saturday the opening stage in the sprint ahead of the Slovak former World Champion Peter Sagan. On Monday, the third stage is 215 kilometers from Binche to Épernay. In four smaller climbs on the last 42 kilometers, the sprinter but hardly come to the train.

+++ 07/06/2019: Tour de France: defending champion Thomas gives all-clear after falling +++

Defending champion Geraint Thomas has weathered the crash relatively smoothly on the first leg of the 106th Tour de France. "Fortunately no damage, I was slow at the time, I dodged and hit the barrier," the Welshman wrote on Twitter. Thomas had crashed 1.3 kilometers from the finish line in Brussels in the wake of the crash of Sprintstar Dylan Groenewegen as well as the German tour-hopeful Emanuel Buchmann to the ground. Buchmann wore a bloody lip and an open knee.

Co-favorite Jakob Fuglsang got worse. The Dane, who last won the Dauphiné Tour, had to be sewn with three stitches over the eye. He suffered bruises on his right knee and right rib.

+++ 06.07.2019: Teunissen wins opening stage of the 106th Tour de France and brings yellow +++

Professional cyclist Mike Teunissen has won the first leg of the 106th Tour de France and thus also taken the yellow jersey. The 26-year-old Dutchman from Team Jumbo-Visma won on Saturday after 194.5 kilometers around Brussels gossamer before Peter Sagan from Slovakia and the Australian Caleb Ewan. As expected, German riders played no part in the decision.

Already on Sunday, the overall ranking in the 27.6-kilometer team time trial in Brussels is likely to change again. Then it comes to the first determination of location of the favored rider to the Welsh title holder Geraint Thomas.

+++ 07/06/2019: First favorite test: That expects the drivers in the 2nd stage +++

On the second day of the Tour de France, the favorites for defending champion Geraint Thomas will have valuable time for the overall classification. The team time trial on Sunday (14.30 / One and Eurosport), the 22 teams are required on a 27.6-kilometer circuit around Brussels. The rather flat section of the Royal Palace is started, the destination is located at a real tourist magnet, the Brussels Atomium. Team Ineos for the British Thomas and the Colombian co-favorites Egan Bernal wants to make a first exclamation mark and take important seconds away from the competition before the first mountain stages in the Vosges come up next week.

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