Team Ineos announced on Thursday that the four-time Tour de France winner will ride stage 6 on the virtual Champs-Élysées this Sunday. Froome will be joined by Filippo Ganna, Chris Lawless, and Cameron Wurf.

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The start of the Tour de France was postponed till 29th August due to the coronavirus pandemic. The void in the calendar and the fans’ souls was filled by the launch of a virtual version of the race. Over three weekends, from 4th July to 19th July, a virtual Tour de France has been unfolding, offering six stages. Sunday will see the race’s finale.

See the current GC standings below.

Men’s general classification

1. NTT (RSA) – 263 points
2. Rally Cycling (USA) – 188 pts
3. Trek-Segafredo (USA) – 162 pts
4. Israel Start-Up Nation (Isr) – 161 pts
5. Mitchelton-Scott (Aus) – 110 pts
6. EF Pro Cycling (USA) – 109 pts
7. Alpecin-Fenix (Bel) – 99 pts
8. Ag2r La Mondiale (Fra) – 84 pts
9. Ineos (GBr) Ineos – 80 pts
10. Groupama-FDJ (Fra) – 75 pts

Virtual Tour de France
Stage 4 of the Virtual Tour de France

Women’s general classification

1. Tibco-Silicon Valley Bank (USA) – 277 points
2. Drops (GBr) – 219 points
3. Canyon-SRAM (Ger) – 206 points
4. Twenty20 (USA) – 189 points
5. CCC Liv (Pol) – 148 points
6. Sunweb (Ger) – 121 points
7. Ceratizit WNT (Ger) – 110 points
8. Boels Dolmans (Ned) – 82 points
9. FDJ Nouvelle – Aquitaine Futuroscope (Fra) – 82 points
10. Rally Cycling (USA) – 77 points

Thanks to the virtual L’Étape du Tour de France – you can join in and win our contest! Don’t hesitate and Ride2Unite.

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