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1920 Tour de France, Stage 9 to Stage 15

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1920 Tour de France, Stage 9 to Stage 15

The 1920 Tour de France was the 14th edition of Tour de France, one of cycling's Grand Tours. The Tour began in Paris with a flat stage on 27 June, and Stage 9 occurred on 14 July with a mountainous stage from Aix-en-Provence. The race finished in Paris on 27 July.

Contents

Stage 9

14 July 1920 — Aix-en-Provence to Nice, 356 km (221 mi)

Stage 10

16 July 1920 — Nice to Grenoble, 333 km (207 mi)

Stage 11

18 July 1920 — Grenoble to Gex, Ain, 362 km (225 mi)

Stage 12

20 July 1920 — Gex to Strasbourg, 354 km (220 mi)

Stage 13

22 July 1920 — Strasbourg to Metz, 300 km (190 mi)

Stage 14

24 July 1920 — Metz to Dunkerque, 433 km (269 mi)

Stage 15

27 July 1920 — Dunkerque to Paris, 340 km (210 mi)

References

1920 Tour de France, Stage 9 to Stage 15 Wikipedia


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