Tour de France 2013

Welcome to the Tour de France No. 100!

After the first 6 stages passed, I will start to log the results in the usual way as in 2005, 2006, 2007, 200820092010, 2011 and 2012 now:

Stage Results cumulative Time Ranks
Stage Total Rank
(click on the images to enlarge)

– each line corresponds to a rider
– smaller numbers are shorter times, i.e. better ranks
– all stages are on a common scale,
– stage-results and cum-times are aligned at the median, which corresponds to the peloton

STAGE 6: GREIPEL wins the stage, but he is still far behind
STAGE 7: Still a crowd of 56 riders very close at the top
STAGE 8: FROOME uses the first mountain arrival to grep the yellow jersey
STAGE 9: The last day in the Pyrenees caused 5 of the 16 drop outs so far
STAGE 10: KITTEL to win his second stage, but almost 2h behind FROOME
STAGE 11: Tony MARTIN recovered from the crash and escaped FROOME by 12”
STAGE 12: KITTEL wins his 3rd stage but is far behind FROOME’s yellow jersey
STAGE 13: Amazing what you can do with Clenbuterol … CONTADOR 3rd by now
STAGE 14: The top 10 stays together as the stages in the Alps will finalize the tour
STAGE 15: FROOME’S ride is a bit like that of LANDIS in the 2006 Tour … let’s see
STAGE 16: As there is no change at the top, let’s look at the compact group of last 7
STAGE 17: Can CONTADOR’s team push him over the Alps faster than FROOME’s
STAGE 18: FROOME now 5′ in front after the legendary Alpe-d’Huez stage
STAGE 19: Only a crash can stop FROOME – no change within the top 7
STAGE 20: Another stage with no significant change
STAGE 21: As usual – the trace of the winner (and hey, yet another Stage for KITTEL!)

And not to forget the big thanks to Sergej, who helped with the scripts!

Oh, I almost forgot to give you the data 🙂

One Comment

  1. Anett Wins says:

    Dear Martin,

    it would be greatful to receive the data from 2005 and 2007 to 2009, too! Could you send me a link or the data via E-mail?

    Kind regards,

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