Tour de Suisse

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June 11
June 19

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Total distance:
1166.9 KMS
Tour de Suisse


Laurens ten Dam Johannes Fröhlinger Simon Geschke Sam Oomen

The 80th edition of the Tour of Suisse is a tough nine-day race which offers different opportunities for Team Giant-Alpecin. It features around 19,622 meters of climbing with a total distance of 1220.1km to cover, the Swiss route is made for the climbers. From the city of Baar to Davos, the course crosses all four language regions of Switzerland and will offer spectacular views of the Alps.

After a prologue in the city of Baar, the first stage will also take place in Baar and should benefit the puncheurs. The peloton will then head towards Rheinfelden on a long stage of 192.6km. The third stage will end in the French-speaking part of the country, in Champagne. Then they will be a tough day between Brig-Glis and Carì, with three categorize climbs including the steep uphill finish in Carì. The next two days should also be suitable for climbers with uphill finishes in Amden and in Sölden. The Tour de Suisse will end in Davos, after a time trial of 16.8km on Saturday, the final stage offers the last chance for the main contenders to fight out for the overall victory.

“The race profiles are varied and tough and it will be a great race for the team,” explained coach Morten Bennekou (DEN). “We have two main goals for the Tour de Suisse; to aim for a good result in the general classification with Warren and to focus on stage results. 

“Warren is currently at the team’s altitude training camp in Sierra Nevada to prepare himself for the upcoming races. He has already shown this season that he can compete well on the toughest of climbs and we have a strong team to support him. For stage results, there are no real flat stages and there are opportunities for the breakaways to stay until the finish so we will look to take our chances where we can with Simon and Laurens.”

June 11
Individual Time Trial
6.4 kms
Start: Baar
Finish: Baar

June 12
Stage 2
187.6 kms
Start: Baar
Finish: Baar

June 13
Stage 3
192.6 kms
Start: Grosswangen
Finish: Rheinfelden

June 14
Stage 4
193 kms
Start: Rheinfelden
Finish: Champagne

June 15
Stage 5
126.4 kms
Start: Brig/Glis
Finish: Carì

June 16
Stage 6
162.8 kms
Start: Weese
Finish: Amden

June 17
Stage 7
224.3 kms
Start: Arbon
Finish: Sölden

June 18
Stage 8 (ITT)
16.8 kms
Start: Davos
Finish: Davos

June 19
Stage 9
57 kms
Start: La Punt
Finish: Davos