Tour de France 2022 stage 19 preview: the penultimate chance for sprinters to shine

All you need to know about the route, timings, and what to expect from stage 19

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Stage 19 of the Tour de France 2022 starts in Castelnau-Magnoac and finishes in Cahors.

A typical transition stage away from the mountains and towards the race’s final time trial tomorrow gives the penultimate chance for the sprinters – those who survived the Pyrenees at least.

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RouteDistance to goAnticipated Time (BST)
Côte de Saint-Daunès35.7km13:43
Cahors 0km16:32

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Peter Cossins has been writing about professional cycling since 1993, with his reporting appearing in numerous publications and websites including Cycling WeeklyCycle Sport and Procycling - which he edited from 2006 to 2009. Peter is the author of several books on cycling - The Monuments, his history of cycling's five greatest one-day Classic races, was published in 2014, followed in 2015 by Alpe d’Huez, an appraisal of cycling’s greatest climb. Yellow Jersey - his celebration of the iconic Tour de France winner's jersey won the 2020 Telegraph Sports Book Awards Cycling Book of the Year Award.