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1962 Tour de France, Stage 1 to Stage 10

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1962 Tour de France, Stage 1 to Stage 10

The 1962 Tour de France was the 49th edition of the Tour de France, one of cycling's Grand Tours. It took place between from 24 June and 15 July, with 22 stages covering a distance of 4,274 km (2,656 mi). After more than 30 years, the Tour was again contested by trade teams. Frenchman Jacques Anquetil defended his title, winning his third Tour de France.

Contents

Stage 1

24 June 1962 — Nancy to Spa (Belgium), 253 km (157 mi)

Stage 2a

25 June 1962 — Spa (Belgium) to Herentals (Belgium), 147 km (91 mi)

Stage 2b

25 June 1962 — Herentals (Belgium), 23 km (14 mi) (TTT)

Stage 3

26 June 1962 — Brussels to Amiens, 210 km (130 mi)

Stage 4

27 June 1962 — Amiens to Le Havre, 196.5 km (122.1 mi)

Stage 5

28 June 1962 — Pont l'Evêque to Saint-Malo, 215 km (134 mi)

Stage 6

29 June 1962 — Dinard to Brest, 235.5 km (146.3 mi)

Stage 7

30 June 1962 — Quimper to Saint-Nazaire, 201 km (125 mi)

Stage 8a

1 July 1962 — Saint-Nazaire to Luçon, 155 km (96 mi)

Stage 8b

1 July 1962 — Luçon to La Rochelle, 43 km (27 mi) (ITT)

Stage 9

2 July 1962 — La Rochelle to Bordeaux, 214 km (133 mi)

Stage 10

3 July 1962 — Bordeaux to Bayonne, 184.5 km (114.6 mi)

References

1962 Tour de France, Stage 1 to Stage 10 Wikipedia


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