Rigoberto Uran’s power output for stage nine of the Tour de France analysed

Uran’s stage winning power data analysed by Training Peaks

Rigoberto Uran wins stage nine of the 2017 Tour de France (Sunada)

(Image credit: Yuzuru SUNADA)

Stage nine was the most dramatic of this year’s Tour de France. The descent off the Mont du Chat ended Richie Porte’s Tour, took down Dan Martin and broke Rigoberto Uran’s rear mech, leaving him with a single 53/11 gear on the run in to the finish.

Uran won the stage in a photo finish with Warren Barguil and, unusually for a GC rider, shared his power data on Training Peaks, which has published an analysis of the data.

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