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Tour de France organizers unveiled a 2017 course that’s light on mountain climbs, one that should boost reigning champion Chris Froome’s bid for a fourth title.

The visually spectacular 104th race over 3,516 kilometers (2,183 miles) starts in Dusseldorf, Germany, on July 1 with a traditional time trial. There are only five real mountain stages, fewer than 2016.

“This Tour de France route has been designed to be won by a true champion,” Tour director Christian Prudhomme insisted, without naming Froome — the Tour winner in 2013, 2015, and 2016 — or any other rider.

Puncheur Dan Martin said he felt the route brought him into the picture.

“There’s plenty of scope for damage every single day. You have to survive,” the Irishman and Etixx – Quick-Step rider said. “This route is better suited to my style than previous years.”

If the playing field has been leveled by cutting down on mountains, the alternative challenges opens the door to he who dares, Prudhomme promised.

The opening 13km time trial offers four-time world time trial champion Tony Martin the chance to clinch the yellow jersey on stage 1 as the Tour embarks from his native Germany for the first time in 30 years.

As the tour starts in the north, Prudhomme — the president of ASO — explained the route has to be “J” shaped, and this year it misses the north and west of France entirely as it enters France via Belgium.

With nine varied flat stages and five hilly ones designed to open up the challenge, the five real mountain stages are designed to have a visual backdrop which will amplify the exploits of the athletes who excel there.

The crucial stage 20 time trial starting at the Marseille Velodrome football stadium is only 23km long and will likely be contested in searing heat. A 1km stretch of the stage has an 18 percent gradient.

Contrary to nearly all the preceding Tours, there will never be more than two consecutive days of climbing.

Romain Bardet, the 25-year-old French hope who was second in 2016, sensed a chance for the coming year. “Last year’s race was won due the long stretches we spent in the mountains,” he said remembering the four minutes that eventually separated him and Froome. When I saw this route I was exultant. There’s never more than two consecutive days in the mountains.”

James Bond ties

The Tour’s toughest stage on paper is the 214km Pyrenean run from Pau to Peyragudes, which features the mountain where scenes from the James Bond movie “Tomorrow Never Dies” were filmed. The stage’s summit finish will be the fifth climb of the day.

In total contrast, the following day’s stage 13 is a short but spectacular 100km mountain run from Saint Girons culminating in a 27km hair-raising descent to Foix, featuring extreme climbs and descents along the way.

This is followed with a day for puncheurs and will evoke powerful memories for both the Olympic champion Greg Van Avermaet and world road race champion Peter Sagan. The 181km 14th stage culminates in Rodez where the Belgian out-paced Sagan for a stage win in 2015.

But even in the first week there will be stages for rouleurs and sprinters. Tough cross-winds could cause problems in the peloton. Day 5 will feature the Planches Des Belles Filles, where Bradley Wiggins took the yellow jersey in 2012 on a day Chris Froome won the stage.

“I was delighted to see it on the race again,” Froome said. There’s not enough to make a great deal of time there, but it makes me happy to see it there.”

There was more good news for Froome when it was announced that around 10km of mountain terrain, at crucial tactical climb points, would be stripped of roadside fans. The 2016 champion will never forget his accident caused by packed crowds on Mont Ventoux in 2016 that saw him run part of the way to the summit after his bike was broken in the crash.

Prudhomme says a daring and decisive rider will be encouraged to soar away rather than be suffocated by over-enthusiastic fans.

The two Alpine stages on day 17 and 18 finish at the summit of the Izoard, described in the presentation guide as the perfect frame for the potential champion.

“It looks pretty impressive,” Froome said. “I’ve never raced there, we’ll need to climb it in training.”

The most watched of all the stages by television audiences is the stage 21 jaunt to Paris and the 10 laps of the Champs-Élysées generally won by a top sprinter such as Mark Cavendish, Andre Greipel, or Marcel Kittel.

STAGE DATE LOCATION DISTANCE REPORT
1 07/01/2017 Düsseldorf to Düsseldorf 14km REPORT / PHOTOS
2 07/02/2017 Düsseldorf to Liège 203.5km REPORT / PHOTOS
3 07/03/2017 Verviers to Longwy 212.5km REPORT / PHOTOS
4 07/04/2017 Mondorf-les-Bains to Vittel 207.5km REPORT / PHOTOS
5 07/05/2017 Vittel to La Planche des Belles Filles 160.5km REPORT / PHOTOS
6 07/06/2017 Vesoul to Troyes 216km REPORT / PHOTOS
7 07/07/2017 Troyes to Nuits-Saint-Georges 213.5km REPORT / PHOTOS
8 07/08/2017 Dole to Station des Rousses 187.5km REPORT / PHOTOS
9 07/09/2017 Nantua to Chambéry 181.5km REPORT / PHOTOS
10 07/11/2017 Périgueux to Bergerac 178km REPORT / PHOTOS
11 07/12/2017 Eymet to Pau 203.5km REPORT / PHOTOS
12 07/13/2017 Pau to Peyragudes 214.5km REPORT / PHOTOS
13 07/14/2017 Saint-Girons to Foix 101km REPORT / PHOTOS
14 07/15/2017 Blagnac to Rodez 181.5km REPORT / PHOTOS
15 07/16/2017 Laissac-Sévérac-l'Église to Le Puy-en-Velay 189.5km REPORT / PHOTOS
16 07/18/2017 Le Puy-en-Velay to Romans-sur-Isère 165km REPORT / PHOTOS
17 07/19/2017 La Mure to Serre-Chevalier 183km REPORT / PHOTOS
18 07/20/2017 Briançon to Izoard 179.5km REPORT / PHOTOS
19 07/21/2017 Embrun to Salon-de-Provence 222.5km REPORT / PHOTOS
20 01/01/1970 Marseille to Marseille 22.5km REPORT / PHOTOS
21 07/23/2017 Montgeron to Paris Champs-Élysées 103km REPORT / PHOTOS
RANK RIDER( TEAM ) OVERALL TIME
1 Chris Froome ( TEAM SKY ) 86:20:55
2 Rigoberto Uran ( CANNONDALE DRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAM ) +54
3 Romain Bardet ( AG2R LA MONDIALE ) +02:20
4 Mikel Landa Meana ( TEAM SKY ) +02:21
5 Fabio Aru ( ASTANA PRO TEAM ) +03:05
6 Daniel Martin ( QUICK - STEP FLOORS ) +04:42
7 Simon Yates ( ORICA - SCOTT ) +06:14
8 Louis Meintjes ( UAE TEAM EMIRATES ) +08:20
9 Alberto Contador Velasco ( TREK - SEGAFREDO ) +08:49
10 Warren Barguil ( TEAM SUNWEB ) +09:25
11 Damiano Caruso ( BMC RACING TEAM ) +14:48
12 Nairo Quintana ( MOVISTAR TEAM ) +15:28
13 Alexis Vuillermoz ( AG2R LA MONDIALE ) +24:38
14 Mikel Nieve Iturralde ( TEAM SKY ) +25:28
15 Emanuel Buchmann ( BORA - HANSGROHE ) +33:21
16 Brice Feillu ( FORTUNEO - OSCARO ) +36:46
17 Bauke Mollema ( TREK - SEGAFREDO ) +37:43
18 Carlos Betancur ( MOVISTAR TEAM ) +37:47
19 Serge Pauwels ( TEAM DIMENSION DATA ) +39:36
20 Tiesj Benoot ( LOTTO SOUDAL ) +42:04
21 Tony Gallopin ( LOTTO SOUDAL ) +42:39
22 Jan Bakelants ( AG2R LA MONDIALE ) +50:04
23 Guillaume Martin ( WANTY - GROUPE GOBERT ) +53:52
24 Roman Kreuziger ( ORICA - SCOTT ) +59:58
25 Sylvain Chavanel ( DIRECT ENERGIE ) +1:04:22
26 Romain Hardy ( FORTUNEO - OSCARO ) +1:12:51
27 Daniel Navarro Garcia ( COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS ) +1:15:26
28 Sergio Luis Henao Montoya ( TEAM SKY ) +1:16:32
29 Pierre Roger Latour ( AG2R LA MONDIALE ) +1:18:45
30 Mathias Frank ( AG2R LA MONDIALE ) +1:21:16
31 Robert Kiserlovski ( TEAM KATUSHA ALPECIN ) +1:25:25
32 Amaël Moinard ( BMC RACING TEAM ) +1:32:02
33 Nicolas Roche ( BMC RACING TEAM ) +1:32:35
34 Thomas Degand ( WANTY - GROUPE GOBERT ) +1:34:02
35 Lilian Calmejane ( DIRECT ENERGIE ) +1:35:16
36 Rudy Molard ( FDJ ) +1:35:55
37 Ben Gastauer ( AG2R LA MONDIALE ) +1:38:33
38 Primož Roglic ( TEAM LOTTO NL - JUMBO ) +1:44:41
39 Diego Ulissi ( UAE TEAM EMIRATES ) +1:45:23
40 Marco Minnaard ( WANTY - GROUPE GOBERT ) +1:48:11
41 Jhon Darwin Atapuma Hurtado ( UAE TEAM EMIRATES ) +1:50:31
42 Pierre Luc Perichon ( FORTUNEO - OSCARO ) +1:57:29
43 Nathan Brown ( CANNONDALE DRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAM ) +1:57:52
44 Andrey Zeits ( ASTANA PRO TEAM ) +1:59:09
45 Janez Brajkovic ( BAHRAIN - MERIDA ) +2:00:38
46 Jarlinson Pantano Gomez ( TREK - SEGAFREDO ) +2:01:30
47 Daryl Impey ( ORICA - SCOTT ) +2:01:59
48 Cyril Gautier ( AG2R LA MONDIALE ) +2:03:24
49 Andrew Talansky ( CANNONDALE DRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAM ) +2:03:27
50 Kristijan Đurasek ( UAE TEAM EMIRATES ) +2:04:53
51 Thomas De Gendt ( LOTTO SOUDAL ) +2:05:36
52 Haimar Zubeldia Agirre ( TREK - SEGAFREDO ) +2:06:30
53 Gianluca Brambilla ( QUICK - STEP FLOORS ) +2:06:57
54 Pierre Rolland ( CANNONDALE DRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAM ) +2:11:54
55 Maxime Bouet ( FORTUNEO - OSCARO ) +2:13:23
56 Luis Angel Mate Mardones ( COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS ) +2:15:28
57 Michal Kwiatkowski ( TEAM SKY ) +2:17:48
58 Greg Van Avermaet ( BMC RACING TEAM ) +2:19:14
59 Jens Keukeleire ( ORICA - SCOTT ) +2:22:26
60 Jonathan Castroviejo ( MOVISTAR TEAM ) +2:22:44
61 Michael Valgren Andersen ( ASTANA PRO TEAM ) +2:25:36
62 Jhoan Esteban Chaves Rubio ( ORICA - SCOTT ) +2:27:34
63 Oliver Naesen ( AG2R LA MONDIALE ) +2:28:02
64 Simon Geschke ( TEAM SUNWEB ) +2:28:57
65 Eduardo Sepulveda ( FORTUNEO - OSCARO ) +2:31:05
66 Romain Sicard ( DIRECT ENERGIE ) +2:33:24
67 Laurens Ten Dam ( TEAM SUNWEB ) +2:34:56
68 Axel Domont ( AG2R LA MONDIALE ) +2:35:33
69 Michael Matthews ( TEAM SUNWEB ) +2:36:36
70 Koen De Kort ( TREK - SEGAFREDO ) +2:38:33
71 Alexey Lutsenko ( ASTANA PRO TEAM ) +2:39:10
72 Michael SchÄr ( BMC RACING TEAM ) +2:41:54
73 Tsgabu Gebremaryam Grmay ( BAHRAIN - MERIDA ) +2:42:15
74 Tiago Machado ( TEAM KATUSHA ALPECIN ) +2:43:36
75 Maurits Lammertink ( TEAM KATUSHA ALPECIN ) +2:44:01
76 Nicolas Edet ( COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS ) +2:45:11
77 Dylan Van Baarle ( CANNONDALE DRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAM ) +2:47:11
78 Edvald Boasson Hagen ( TEAM DIMENSION DATA ) +2:48:12
79 Stefan KÜng ( BMC RACING TEAM ) +2:49:17
80 Pawel Poljanski ( BORA - HANSGROHE ) +2:53:42
81 Danilo Wyss ( BMC RACING TEAM ) +2:53:51
82 Paul Martens ( TEAM LOTTO NL - JUMBO ) +2:54:14
83 Ben Swift ( UAE TEAM EMIRATES ) +2:54:48
84 Nikias Arndt ( TEAM SUNWEB ) +2:54:54
85 Elie Gesbert ( FORTUNEO - OSCARO ) +2:55:13
86 Simon Clarke ( CANNONDALE DRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAM ) +2:55:27
87 Andrey Amador ( MOVISTAR TEAM ) +2:56:43
88 Damien Howson ( ORICA - SCOTT ) +2:56:57
89 Angelo Tulik ( DIRECT ENERGIE ) +2:57:05
90 Alberto Bettiol ( CANNONDALE DRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAM ) +2:57:56
91 Thomas Voeckler ( DIRECT ENERGIE ) +2:58:51
92 Imanol Erviti ( MOVISTAR TEAM ) +3:00:21
93 Bakhtiyar Kozhatayev ( ASTANA PRO TEAM ) +3:04:11
94 Jay Mc Carthy ( BORA - HANSGROHE ) +3:05:13
95 Nils Politt ( TEAM KATUSHA ALPECIN ) +3:05:52
96 Marco Marcato ( UAE TEAM EMIRATES ) +3:05:53
97 Jesus Herrada ( MOVISTAR TEAM ) +3:06:05
98 Michael Albasini ( ORICA - SCOTT ) +3:06:55
99 Alessandro De Marchi ( BMC RACING TEAM ) +3:07:25
100 Pieter Vanspeybrouck ( WANTY - GROUPE GOBERT ) +3:09:38
101 Tony Martin ( TEAM KATUSHA ALPECIN ) +3:10:18
102 Zdenek Stybar ( QUICK - STEP FLOORS ) +3:12:12
103 Florian Vachon ( FORTUNEO - OSCARO ) +3:13:10
104 Daniele Bennati ( MOVISTAR TEAM ) +3:13:44
105 Jack Bauer ( QUICK - STEP FLOORS ) +3:15:13
106 Perrig Quemeneur ( DIRECT ENERGIE ) +3:15:40
107 Scott Thwaites ( TEAM DIMENSION DATA ) +3:16:28
108 Jasha SÜtterlin ( MOVISTAR TEAM ) +3:17:53
109 Yukiya Arashiro ( BAHRAIN - MERIDA ) +3:18:16
110 Yoann Offredo ( WANTY - GROUPE GOBERT ) +3:20:50
111 Matteo Bono ( UAE TEAM EMIRATES ) +3:20:59
112 Vasil Kiryienka ( TEAM SKY ) +3:21:15
113 Adam James Hansen ( LOTTO SOUDAL ) +3:22:31
114 Patrick Bevin ( CANNONDALE DRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAM ) +3:23:00
115 Dmitriy Gruzdev ( ASTANA PRO TEAM ) +3:24:42
116 Maciej Bodnar ( BORA - HANSGROHE ) +3:26:58
117 Julien Simon ( COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS ) +3:29:21
118 Reinardt Janse Van Rensburg ( TEAM DIMENSION DATA ) +3:30:54
119 Javier Moreno Bazan ( BAHRAIN - MERIDA ) +3:32:06
120 Andrey Grivko ( ASTANA PRO TEAM ) +3:32:14
121 John Degenkolb ( TREK - SEGAFREDO ) +3:35:14
122 Sonny Colbrelli ( BAHRAIN - MERIDA ) +3:36:22
123 Lars Bak Ytting ( LOTTO SOUDAL ) +3:37:04
124 Dion Smith ( WANTY - GROUPE GOBERT ) +3:39:24
125 Laurent Pichon ( FORTUNEO - OSCARO ) +3:39:45
126 Adrien Petit ( DIRECT ENERGIE ) +3:41:34
127 Vegard Stake Laengen ( UAE TEAM EMIRATES ) +3:41:52
128 Cyril Lemoine ( COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS ) +3:43:45
129 Mike Teunissen ( TEAM SUNWEB ) +3:43:52
130 Alexander Kristoff ( TEAM KATUSHA ALPECIN ) +3:45:40
131 Marcus Burghardt ( BORA - HANSGROHE ) +3:45:57
132 Frederik Backaert ( WANTY - GROUPE GOBERT ) +3:46:36
133 Christophe Laporte ( COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS ) +3:46:47
134 Yohann Gene ( DIRECT ENERGIE ) +3:47:08
135 Markel Irizar Aramburu ( TREK - SEGAFREDO ) +3:47:10
136 Jurgen Roelandts ( LOTTO SOUDAL ) +3:47:20
137 Andrea Pasqualon ( WANTY - GROUPE GOBERT ) +3:51:18
138 Nacer Bouhanni ( COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS ) +3:51:29
139 Julien Vermote ( QUICK - STEP FLOORS ) +3:52:54
140 Thomas Boudat ( DIRECT ENERGIE ) +3:53:08
141 Stephen Cummings ( TEAM DIMENSION DATA ) +3:53:10
142 Roy Curvers ( TEAM SUNWEB ) +3:53:38
143 Grega Bole ( BAHRAIN - MERIDA ) +3:55:29
144 Christian Knees ( TEAM SKY ) +3:55:31
145 Rick Zabel ( TEAM KATUSHA ALPECIN ) +3:55:48
146 Michael Gogl ( TREK - SEGAFREDO ) +3:59:06
147 Guillaume Van Keirsbulck ( WANTY - GROUPE GOBERT ) +3:59:48
148 Ramon Sinkeldam ( TEAM SUNWEB ) +4:01:54
149 André Greipel ( LOTTO SOUDAL ) +4:02:54
150 Reto Hollenstein ( TEAM KATUSHA ALPECIN ) +4:03:45
151 Mathew Hayman ( ORICA - SCOTT ) +4:05:17
152 Davide Cimolai ( FDJ ) +4:06:15
153 Bernhard Eisel ( TEAM DIMENSION DATA ) +4:10:18
154 Fabio Sabatini ( QUICK - STEP FLOORS ) +4:10:25
155 Marco Haller ( TEAM KATUSHA ALPECIN ) +4:13:50
156 Dylan Groenewegen ( TEAM LOTTO NL - JUMBO ) +4:16:02
157 Albert Timmer ( TEAM SUNWEB ) +4:16:21
158 Olivier Le Gac ( FDJ ) +4:17:21
159 Taylor Phinney ( CANNONDALE DRAPAC PROFESSIONAL CYCLING TEAM ) +4:18:15
160 Borut Bozic ( BAHRAIN - MERIDA ) +4:18:41
161 Florian Senechal ( COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS ) +4:19:17
162 Jaco Venter ( TEAM DIMENSION DATA ) +4:20:16
163 Dimitri Claeys ( COFIDIS, SOLUTIONS CREDITS ) +4:25:01
164 Robert Thomas Wagner ( TEAM LOTTO NL - JUMBO ) +4:25:12
165 Rudiger Selig ( BORA - HANSGROHE ) +4:26:43
166 Thomas Leezer ( TEAM LOTTO NL - JUMBO ) +4:32:21
167 Luke Rowe ( TEAM SKY ) +4:35:52

This is the complete start list for the 2017 Tour de France.

Ag2r La Mondiale

11. Romain Bardet (F)
12. Jan Bakelants (B)
13. Axel Domont (F)
14. Mathias Frank (Swi)
15. Ben Gastauer (Lux)
16. Cyril Gautier (F)
17. Pierre Latour (F)
18. Olivier Naesen (B)
19. Alexis Vuillermoz (F)

Astana

51. Fabio Aru (I)
52. Dario Cataldo (I)
53. Jakob Fuglsang (Dk)
54. Andrey Grivko (Ukr)
55. Dmitriy Gruzdev (Kaz)
56. Bakhtiyar Kozhatayev (Kaz)
57. Alexey Lutsenko (Kaz)
58. Michael Valgren (Dk)
59. Andrey Zeits (Kaz)

Bahrain-Merida

191. Ion Izagirre (Sp)
192. Yukiya Arashiro (Jpn)
193. Grega Bole (Slo)
194. Borut Bozic (Slo)
195. Janez Brajkovic (Slo)
196. Ondrej Cink (Cz)
197. Sonny Colbrelli (I)
198. Tsgabu Grmay (Eth)
199. Javier Moreno (Sp)

BMC Racing

41. Richie Porte (Aus)
42. Damiano Caruso (I)
43. Alessandro De Marchi (I)
44. Stefan Küng (Swi)
45. Amaël Moinard (F)
46. Nicolas Roche (Irl)
47. Michael Schär (Swi)
48. Greg Van Avermaet (B)
49. Danilo Wyss (Swi)

Bora-Hansgrohe

111. Peter Sagan (Svk)
112. Maciej Bodnar (P)
113. Emanuel Buchmann (G)
114. Marcus Burghardt (G)
115. Rafal Majka (P)
116. Jay McCarthy (Aus)
117. Pawel Poljanski (P)
118. Juraj Sagan (Svk)
119. Rüdiger Selig (G)

Cannondale-Drapac

181. Pierre Rolland (F)
182. Alberto Bettiol (I)
183. Patrick Bevin (NZ)
184. Nathan Brown (US)
185. Simon Clarke (Aus)
186. Taylor Phinney (US)
187. Andrew Talansky (US)
188. Rigoberto Uran (Col)
189. Dylan van Baarle (Nl)

Dimension Data

91. Mark Cavendish (GB)
92. Edvald Boasson Hagen (N)
93. Stephen Cummings (GB)
94. Bernhard Eisel (A)
95. Reinardt Janse van Rensburg (SA)
96. Serge Pauwels (B)
97. Mark Renshaw (Aus)
98. Scott Thwaites (GB)
99. Jaco Venter (SA)

FDJ

71. Arnaud Démare (F)
72. Davide Cimolai (I)
73. Mickaël Delage (F)
74. Jacopo Guarnieri (I)
75. Ignatas Konovalovas (Ltu)
76. Olivier Le Gac (F)
77. Rudy Molard (F)
78. Thibaut Pinot (F)
79. Arthur Vichot (F)

Katusha-Alpecin

121. Tony Martin (G)
122. Marco Haller (A)
123. Reto Hollenstein (Swi)
124. Robert Kiserlovski (Cro)
125. Alexander Kristoff (N)
126. Maurits Lammertink (Nl)
127. Tiago Machado (Por)
128. Nils Politt (G)
129. Rick Zabel (G)

Lotto-Soudal

131. André Greipel (G)
132. Lars Bak (Dk)
133. Tiesj Benoot (B)
134. Thomas De Gendt (B)
135. Tony Gallopin (F)
136. Adam Hansen (Aus)
137. Jürgen Roelandts (B)
138. Marcel Sieberg (G)
139. Tim Wellens (B)

LottoNL-Jumbo

161. Robert Gesink (Nl)
162. George Bennett (NZ)
163. Dylan Groenewegen (Nl)
164. Tom Leezer (Nl)
165. Paul Martens (G)
166. Primoz Roglic (Slo)
167. Timo Roosen (Nl)
168. Jos van Emden (Nl)
169. Robert Wagner (G)

Movistar

21. Nairo Quintana (Col)
22. Andrey Amador (CR)
23. Daniele Bennati (I)
24. Carlos Betancur (Col)
25. Jonathan Castroviejo (Sp)
26. Imanol Erviti (Sp)
27. Jesus Herrada (Sp)
28. Jasha Sütterlin (G)
29. Alejandro Valverde (Sp)

Orica-Scott

81. Esteban Chaves (Col)
82. Michael Albasini (Swi)
83. Luke Durbridge (Aus)
84. Mathew Hayman (Aus)
85. Damien Howson (Aus)
86. Daryl Impey (SA)
87. Jens Keukeleire (B)
88. Roman Kreuziger (Cz)
89. Simon Yates (GB)

Quick-Step Floors

101. Marcel Kittel (G)
102. Jack Bauer (NZ)
103. Gianluca Brambilla (I)
104. Philippe Gilbert (B)
105. Dan Martin (Irl)
106. Fabio Sabatini (I)
107. Zdenek Stybar (Cz)
108. Matteo Trentin (I)
109. Julien Vermote (B)

Team Sky

1. Chris Froome (GB)
2. Sergio Henao (Col)
3. Vasil Kiryienka (BLR)
4. Christian Knees (G)
5. Michal Kwiatkowski (P)
6. Mikel Landa (Sp)
7. Mikel Nieve (Sp)
8. Luke Rowe (GB)
9. Geraint Thomas (GB)

Team Sunweb

141. Michael Matthews (Aus)
142. Niklas Arndt (G)
143. Warren Barguil (F)
144. Roy Curvers (Nl)
145. Simon Geschke (G)
146. Ramon Sinkeldam (Nl)
147. Laurens ten Dam (Nl)
148. Mike Teunissen (Nl)
149. Albert Timmer (Nl)

Trek-Segafredo

31. Alberto Contador (Sp)
32. Koen De Kort (Nl)
33. John Degenkolb (G)
34. Fabio Felline (I)
35. Michael Gogl (A)
36. Markel Irizar (Sp)
37. Bauke Mollema (Nl)
38. Jarlinson Pantano (Col)
39. Haimar Zubeldia (Sp)

UAE Team Emirates

61. Louis Meintjes (SA)
62. Darwin Atapuma (Col)
63. Matteo Bono (I)
64. Kristijan Durasek (Cro)
65. Vegard Stake Laengen (N)
66. Marco Marcato (I)
67. Manuele Mori (I)
68. Ben Swift (GB)
69. Diego Ulissi (I)

Cofidis

151. Nacer Bouhanni (F)
152. Dimitri Claeys (B)
153. Nicolas Edet (F)
154. Christophe Laporte (F)
155. Cyril Lemoine (F)
156. Luis Angel Maté (Sp)
157. Daniel Navarro (Sp)
158. Florian Sénéchal (F)
159. Julien Simon (F)

Direct Energie

171. Thomas Voeckler (F)
172. Thomas Boudat (F)
173. Lilian Calméjane (F)
174. Sylvain Chavanel (F)
175. Yohann Gène (F)
176. Adrien Petit (F)
177. Perrig Quémeneur (F)
178. Roland Sicard (F)
179. Angelo Tulik (F)

Fortuneo-Vital Concept

211. Dan McLay (GB)
212. Maxime Bouet (F)
213. Brice Feillu (F)
214. Elie Gesbert (F)
215. Romain Hardy (F)
216. Pierre-Luc Périchon (F)
217. Laurent Pichon (F)
218. Eduardo Sepulveda (Arg)
219. Florian Vachon (F)

Wanty-Groupe Gobert

201. Guillaume Martin (F)
202. Frederik Backaert (B)
203. Thomas Degand (B)
204. Marco Minaard (Nl)
205. Yoann Offredo (F)
206. Andrea Pasqualon (I)
207. Dion Smith (NZ)
208. Guillaume Van Keirlsbuck (B)
209. Pieter Vanspeybrouck (B)

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