2022 Tour de France


August 12, 2022

The 109th edition of the Tour de France was a staged road cycling race that took place between the 1st and 24th of July 2022 starting in Copenhagen, Denmark and ending in Paris, France. The race was the second and the most important of the so-called Grand Tours of the season and was part of the 2022 UCI WorldTour circuit within category 2.uwT, being the twenty-third competition on the top-class world calendar. The winner was the Danish Jonas Vingegaard of Jumbo-Visma, who managed to beat the champion of the two previous editions, the Slovenian Tadej Pogačar of the UAE Emirates, who finished in second place. The podium was completed by Briton Geraint Thomas from Ineos Grenadiers.

Participating teams

A total of 22 teams took part, of which the 18 teams of the UCI WorldTeam category attended, as well as Alpecin-Fenix ​​and Arkéa Samsic, being the two best UCI ProTeam teams from the previous season. The remaining 2 squares were destined to French teams UCI ProTeam by direct invitation of the organizers of the event. The initial peloton was made up of 176 cyclists of which 135 finished. The participating teams were:


Final rankings

The rankings ended as follows:

Overall Rating (Maillot Jaune)

Classification by points (Maillot Vert)

Mountain classification (Maillot à Pois Rouges)

Ranking of the best youngster (Maillot Blanc)

Classification by Team (Classement by Team)

Evolution of ratings

Participating cyclists and final positions

Conventions: AB-N: Abandonment in stage "N" FLT-N: Retreat on arrival outside the time limit in step "N" NTS-N: Did not take output to step "N" DES-N: Disqualified or expelled in stage "N"

UCI World Ranking

The Tour de France awarded UCI World Ranking points to riders from teams in the UCI WorldTeam, UCI ProTeam and Continental categories. The following tables are the score barometer and the ten runners who scored the most points: note:

See also

2022 Women's Tour de France 2022 Giro d'Italia Tour of Spain 2022


External links

2022 Tour de France on ProCyclingStats Official page