Stage 20 from the Tour de France has arrived! Cycling fans can watch the Tour de France 2014 Live Stream from the US, the UK and all over the world. The Tour de France will be available on the Internet thanks to links to live streams provided below and on national TV channels. If you miss the live stream for any stage, you can also watch videos of the 2014 Tour de France with all the action from your smartphone, tablet or laptop, thanks to videos provided on this website.
Two days are all that remain in the 2014 Tour de France. The journey from Leeds to Paris is approaching its final destination, yet before the ultimate stage comes the time trial in stage 20. Stage 20 starts at around 4:00 AM ET on Saturday 26th of July 2014. All the action from stage 20 will be available in the Tour de France live stream.
From Leeds to Bergerac in yesterday’s stage, cyclists fought without rest for the yellow shirt and Nibali is reaping the fruits of his labor. With eight cyclists giving their all for the leader, Nibali is only the face of Astana Pro Team. Tomorrow’s time trial stage, however, will give each cyclist the opportunity to showcase his talent in a stage where cyclists ride on their own. All the action from the time trial will be available in the Tour de France live stream.
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Fans worldwide will be able to watch the Tour de France 2014 live stream thanks to links provided here. National TV channels will also be broadcasting each stage, including Eurosport France (France), RAI (Italy), ITV (UK), RDS (Canada) and NBC Sport (USA).
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Emotions and surprises are always expected, and yesterday’s stage was no exception. Peter Sagan fell victim to a late crash, whilst Navardauskas became the first Lithuanian to win a Tour de France stage. The Garmin-Sharp cyclist braved the road, avoided the final crash and ran out a deserving winner.
Vincenzo Nibali managed to extend his lead to over seven minutes, and if he ends up winning the Tour de France, he will have been in the lead for an incredible nineteen stages. The winner seems to be decided, yet the podium still remains up for grabs. All the action from today’s time trial stage will be available in the Tour de France live stream.
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Without any teammates giving them a hand, the cyclists will be tasked with recording the lowest time. As has been the case in past time trials, stage 20 could alter the standings, although it’s unlikely that Nibali will be dethroned. The time trial will be available live in the Tour de France live stream.
Stage 20 will cover 54km from Bergerac to Périgueux. Whilst the 2014 Tour de France time trial starts at 6:00AM, yet with cyclists setting off periodically, the time trial won’t finish before 11:00 AM ET. The last cyclist is expected to depart around four hours after the first one.
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The Tour de France nears its finale with the penultimate stage. Only two days separate Vincenzo Nibali from the crown in Paris, while Sagan seems set to finish wearing green. Will there be any surprises on Saturday? Cycling fans can watch stage 20 thanks to the Tour de France live stream!
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