How to watch Tour de France Femmes: Live stream the final stage

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Demi Vollering claims victory on the seventh stage of the Tour de France Femmes
Demi Vollering wins stage seven. You can find out if she holds on to the yellow jersey if you watch a Tour de France Femmes live stream
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As the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift enters its final day, Demi Vollering (SD Worx) has put herself in pole position after a dominant ride on the Col du Tourmalet. To find out if Vollering can hang onto the yellow jersey, you'll want to watch a Tour de France Femmes live stream. You can follow this year's last stage as it happens on GCN+ and Discovery+ in the UK, Peacock in the US, and free-to-air on SBS On Demand in Australia, so make sure you know how to watch for free with a VPN from anywhere.

In misty conditions in the Pyrenees, Vollering powered to the top of the General Classification with a spectacular display of climbing. She finished 1'58" ahead of second-placed Katarzyna Niewiadoma (Canyon//SRAM) and 2'34" clear of big rival (and 2022 winner of the Tour de France Femmes) Annemiek Van Vleuten (Movistar). Vollering is now 1'50" ahead of Niewiadoma in the overall standings, as the riders head into the eighth and final stage, a 22.6km time trial around Pau.

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StageDateStartFinishDistance (km)Terrain
Stage 830 JulyPauPau22.6Individual time-trial

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