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The Dauphiné starts with a hilly opening stage in the Rhone valley, with enough climbing to spoil things for some of the sprinters.

Beware the early finish as today’s the only time the race overlaps with the tennis at Rolland Garros and the tennis gets scheduling priority.

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Critérium du Dauphiné Preview

The Critérium du Dauphiné starts this Sunday and it’s Primož Roglič versus the field, the next best challenger could even be teammate Jonas Vingegaard. However there’s a stack of other names and as good as Jumbo-Visma are, their seven man team can’t control everything.

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Tour de France Guide

With one month to go the 2022 Tour de France guide is online now, complete with stage profiles, a quick comment on each day’s course and reference material on all the useful rules like the points and mountains competition, time cuts and more.

Just go to inrng.com/tour

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The last climb of the last mountain stage and above the ski village of Malga Ciapela Jai Hindley and Richard Carapaz have dropped Mikel Landa. Hindley’s bridged across to his waiting team mate Lennard Kämna and now Carapaz is struggling, a gap is opening up between him and Hindley. Carapaz can’t manage his losses, he cracks and loses a minute and half on the Passo Fedaia. This was the moment Jai Hindley won the Giro d’Italia.

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Giro d’Italia Stage 20 Preview

The Giro rides on and yes it has the feel of a test of patience for the GC contenders and fans alike. We’ll see if the mythical passes of the Dolomites can discriminate between three riders who have proved inseparable for the last three weeks. Or will it all come down to the time trial in Verona tomorrow?

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