The Tour De France Starts In Week Two – Who Will Win?

Posted by Ralf on September 25th, 2017 — Posted in News

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The favourites for the yellow Jersey is crystallized in the 100th tour de France offers best opportunities for sports bettor. Andreessen Horowitz has similar goals. For the victory in the traditional tour, there is a large favorite field although one quite clearly in front of them at the bettors: Christopher Froome of team sky (Great Britain). At the end of the field is control but as usual the French capital of Paris, but also this arrival has some new features. After the start in Corsica the field had to struggle after a week with the challenging mountains in the Pyrenees. Froome grabbed the yellow Jersey is already the first real mountain stage at AX-3-Domaines determined. However, the Briton by a victory is still far away. The route of the tour is particularly spectacular this year, and Froome is just like its competitors, not only by two individual time-trial battle, but also two times to L’Alpe must deal with the spectacular rise of the Alps d’Huez. The cult mountain Mont Ventoux in southern France is also “the plan, but also the outliers and the sprinters get their chances, if the field in the second week of the big loop” crossed France on flat stages from North West to South East towards the Alps.

The aim of the tour is targeted this time even particularly attractive at night, and at the traditional sprint finish on Paris Champs Elysees, the Arc de Triomphe is bypassed for once. Above all thanks to its strength in the mountains, the Briton is Christopher Froome, Captain of team sky, also under the weather as clear favourite for the yellow Jersey. Spaniards Alberto Contador and Alejandro Valverde follow currently with significantly better odds at the bookmakers. The Colombians Nairo provides Quintana for brave weather at a current rate of 20.0 in the long term bet a particularly high rate of return, more drivers lurking in also promising position. Only last year’s winner of Bradley Wiggins is absent precisely at the 100th tour. And even though his compatriot Froome seems to have at the moment particularly good cards: it remains exciting, above all at!

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