2008 Tour de France, Stage 12 to Stage 21#Stage 13
The 13th stage of the 2008 Tour de France on July 18 was 182 km long and ran from Narbonne to Nimes. There were two intermediate sprints and three climbs of the fourth category on the program.
Shortly after the start attacked Niki Terpstra and Florent Brard and allowed to settle. The two reached a maximum lead of 9:55 minutes. Brard was able to secure all three climbs, the last point twice Sebastian Lang and once was able to secure Bernhard Kohl. The two intermediate sprints, which were extended until after the climbs, each was able to secure Terpstra. Juan Antonio Flecha attacked before the first sprint in from the field and secured the last two points, at the second sprint he attacked together with Stéphane Augé, who was able to secure the points. Augé now, however, continued the attack, to get to the top two. At the last sprint, meanwhile, grabbed Terpstra to his riders and managed to get away from him. Augé took his teammates Brard one eventually, but both were shortly afterwards swallowed by the field. This happened Terpstra 10 km before the finish eventually. Well Stef Clement attacked, but was again swallowed by the field. Sylvain Chavanel denied the next attack, but was 3 km before the finish also obtained again. The goal was achieved in Nimes on a 1100 meter long and 7.5 meter wide stretch. There, Mark Cavendish was able to secure his fourth stage victory. Behind Robbie McEwen, Romain Feillu and placed. In the overall standings, there were no changes.
- Second intermediate sprint in Villevieille ( km 155.5 ) ( 82 m above sea level. NN )
- Sprint in Nîmes ( km 182) (58 m above sea level. NN )
- Côte de la Resclauze, Category 4 ( 62 kilometers ) (. 236 m above sea level, 2.7 km à 4,4 %)
- Côte de Puéchabon, Category 4 ( 105.5 km ) ( 293 m above sea level, . 2.5 km à 5,2 %)
- Pic Saint -Loup, Category 4 ( km 126 ) (. 240 m above sea level, 1.2 km à 4,7 %)
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- Tour de France 2008