Tour de Suisse 2023 : Etappen & Reglement im Überblick

Thomas Huber

 ·  09.06.2023

Die Etappen der Tour de Suisse 2023 der Männer: 1. Etappe

Tour de Suisse 2023: Härtetest für die Tour de France

Bei der Tour de Suisse treten auch in diesem Jahr vom 11. bis zum 18. Juni viele Stars des internationalen Radsports an, um sich den letzten Schliff für die Tour de France zu holen. Die achttägige Rundfahrt durch die Schweiz bildet traditionell das Pendant zum Criterium du Dauphine , das am 11. Juni zu Ende geht.

Tour de Suisse 2023: Die Etappen im Überblick

2023 startet die Schweiz-Rundfahrt am 11. Juni in Einsiedeln und endet am 18. Juni in Abtwil bei Sankt Gallen jeweils mit einem Einzelzeitfahren. Die Strecke im Überblick.

1. Etappe (Sonntag, 11. Juni): Einsiedeln - Einsiedeln (12,7 Kilometer, Einzelzeitfahren, 90 Höhenmeter)

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3. Etappe (Dienstag, 13. Juni): Tafers - Villars-sur-Ollon (143,8 Kilometer - 2677 Höhenmeter)

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4. Etappe (Mittwoch, 14. Juni): Monthey - Leukerbad (152,5 Kilometer - 2790 Höhenmeter)

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5. Etappe (Donnerstag, 15. Juni): Fiesch - La-Punt (211 Kilometer - 4710 Höhenmeter)

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6. Etappe (Freitag, 16. Juni): La-Punt - Oberwil-Lieli (215,3 Kilometer - 3295 Höhenmeter)

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8. Etappe (Sonntag, 18. Juni): St. Gallen - Abtwil (25,7 Kilometer, Einzelzeitfahren, 415 Höhenmeter)

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Reglement der Tour de Suisse Women 2023

Die gesamtwertung.

Ist ähnlich geregelt wie die der Herren. Genau wie bei den Männern trägt die führende Fahrerin in der Gesamtwertung ein Gelbes Trikot. Auch hier gilt: Bei Zeitgleichheit zählen zunächst die Hundertstelsekunden aus dem Zeitfahren, dann die Gesamtplatzierungen jeder Etappe und in letzter Instanz die Platzierung der letzten Etappe des Rennens.

Auch bei der Tour de Suisse Women 2023 gibt es Zeitbonifikationen: Im Ziel jeder Etappe 10, 6 und 4 Sekunden für die ersten drei Fahrerinnen und bei den Zwischensprints 3-2-1 Sekunde.

Die Punktewertung

Wie auch bei den Männern trägt die Führende in der Punktewertung ein Schwarzes Trikot. Zähler dafür gibt es im Ziel eines jeden Abschnitts sowie bei den Zwischensprints (4, 2, 1 Punkt).

Die Punktevergabe im Ziel auf den Etappen 1-4

Die bergwertung.

Bei der Tour de Suisse Women 2023 wird eine Bergkönigin gekrönt. Der Modus ist ähnlich dem des Männer-Reglements: Wer an den Bergwertungen die meisten Zähler sammelt, bekommt das Rote Trikot.

Der Punkteschlüssel in der Bergwertung

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Nachwuchswertung

Die bestplatzierte Nachwuchsfahrerin in der Gesamtwertung trägt bei der Tour de Suisse Women 2023 das Weiße Trikot. Mit dabei sind alle Athletinnen, die am oder nach dem 1. Januar 1998 zur Welt kamen.

Die bisherigen Siegerinnen der Tour de Suisse Women

  • 2021 Lizzie Deignan (Großbritannien)
  • 2022 Lucinda Brand (Niederlande)

Die bisherigen Sieger der Tour de Suisse

  • 1933 Max Bulla (Österreich)
  • 1934 Ludwig Geyer (Deutschland)
  • 1935 Gaspard Rinaldi (Frankreich)
  • 1936 Henri Garnier (Belgien)
  • 1937 Karl Litschi (Schweiz)
  • 1938 Giovanni Valetti (Italien)
  • 1939 Robert Zimmermann (Schweiz)
  • 1941 Josef Wagner (Schweiz)
  • 1942 Ferdinand Kübler (Schweiz)
  • 1946 Gino Bartali (Italien)
  • 1947 Gino Bartali (Italien)
  • 1948 Ferdinand Kübler (Schweiz)
  • 1949 Gottfried Weilenmann (Schweiz)
  • 1950 Hugo Koblet (Schweiz)
  • 1951 Ferdinand Kübler (Schweiz)
  • 1952 Pasquale Fornara (Italien)
  • 1953 Hugo Koblet (Schweiz)
  • 1954 Pasquale Fornara (Italien)
  • 1955 Hugo Koblet (Schweiz)
  • 1956 Rolf Graf (Schweiz)
  • 1957 Pasquale Fornara (Italien)
  • 1958 Pasquale Fornara (Italien)
  • 1959 Hennes Junkermann (Deutschland)
  • 1960 Alfred Rüegg (Schweiz)
  • 1961 Attilio Moresi (Schweiz)
  • 1962 Hennes Junkermann (Deutschland)
  • 1963 Giuseppe Fezzardi (Italien)
  • 1964 Rolf Maurer (Schweiz)
  • 1965 Franco Bitossi (Italien)
  • 1966 Ambrogio Portalupi (Italien)
  • 1967 Gianni Motta (Italien)
  • 1968 Louis Pfenninger (Schweiz)
  • 1969 Vittorio Adorni (Italien)
  • 1970 Roberto Poggiali (Italien)
  • 1971 Georges Pintens (Belgien)
  • 1972 Louis Pfenninger (Schweiz)
  • 1973 Jose-Manuel Fuente (Spanien)
  • 1974 Eddy Merckx (Belgien)
  • 1975 Roger De Vlaeminck (Belgien)
  • 1976 Hennie Kuiper (Niederlande)
  • 1977 Michel Pollentier (Belgien)
  • 1978 Paul Wellens (Belgien)
  • 1979 Wilfried Wesemael (Belgien)
  • 1980 Mario Beccia (Italien)
  • 1981 Beat Breu (Schweiz)
  • 1982 Giueseppe Saronni (Italien)
  • 1983 Sean Kelly (Irland)
  • 1984 Urs Zimmermann (Schweiz)
  • 1985 Phil Anderson (Australien)
  • 1986 Andrew Hampsten (USA)
  • 1987 Andrew Hampsten (USA)
  • 1988 Helmut Wechselberger (Österreich)
  • 1989 Beat Breu (Schweiz)
  • 1990 Sean Kelly (Irland)
  • 1991 Luc Roosen (Belgien)
  • 1992 Giorgio Furlan (Italien)
  • 1993 Marco Saligari (Italien)
  • 1994 Pascal Richard (Schweiz)
  • 1995 Pavel Tonkov (Russland)
  • 1996 Peter Luttenberger (Österreich)
  • 1997 Christophe Agnolutto (Frankreich)
  • 1998 Stefano Garzelli (Italien)
  • 1999 Francesco Casagrande (Italien)
  • 2000 Oscar Camenzind (Schweiz)
  • 2001 Lance Armstrong (USA) (disqualifiziert) Gilberto Simoni (Italien) (Sieger nach Disqualifikation von Lance Armstrong)
  • 2002 Alex Zülle (Schweiz)
  • 2003 Alexandre Vinokourov (Kasachstan)
  • 2004 Jan Ullrich (Deutschland)
  • 2005 Aitor Gonzalez (Spanien)
  • 2006 Jan Ullrich (Deutschland) (disqualifiziert)
  • 2007 Vladimir Karpets (Russland)
  • 2008 Roman Kreuziger (Tschechische Republik)
  • 2009 Fabian Cancellara (Schweiz)
  • 2010 Fränk Schleck (Luxemburg)
  • 2011 Levi Leipheimer (USA)
  • 2012 Rui Costa (Portugal)
  • 2013 Rui Costa (Portugal)
  • 2014 Rui Costa (Portugal)
  • 2015 Simon Spilak (Slowenien)
  • 2016 Miguel Angel Lopez (Kolumbien)
  • 2017 Simon Spilak (Slowenien)
  • 2018 Richie Porte (Australien)
  • 2019 Egan Bernal (Kolumbien)
  • 2021 Richard Carapaz (Ecuador)
  • 2022 Geraint Thomas (Großbritannien)

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Profiles & Route Tour de Suisse 2023

Profiles . From the 11th to the 18th of June the World Tour peloton races Switzerland's main race. It is the Tour de Suisse , which features eight stages that fits all types of riders and is the final main race before the Tour de France.

The 8 stages provides many different challenges. The race starts and ends with individual time-trials, features one day that is certain to be for the sprinters, two mixed days where breakaways and puncheurs also have their own chances, and three mountain stages where the climbers will be showing off their climbing abilities.

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Profiles & Route Tour de Suisse 2023

The Tour de Suisse starts off with a short time-trial with 12.7 kilometers in distance. It'll open up the overall classification, as well as providing a big opportunity for the specialists and an early opportunity to grab the race lead.

There isn't much to analyze from this day, it's a rather simple route fit for the powerhouse riders (the small gradients in the profile above feature an error at the start due to GPS data). 12 kilometers which are mostly without any corner that needs breaking, the final 3 kilometers do feature a few gradients which could see the riders saving up a bit, as the stage may be decided by mere seconds.

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Profiles & Route Tour de Suisse 2023

The Swiss race heads into a likely sprint on stage 2. Between Beromünster and Nottwil the riders will find some short climbs early in the day, and the finale isn't completely flat. However it should be one that is to be controlled.

A typical Tour de Suisse day, suiting the sprinters but finding an interesting variety of climbs throughout the day. The whole stage takes place within a small area but covers many roads. The first third of the stage will be decently hard, but unless a strong breakaway goes up the road there will be no real reason to stress for the fast men.

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The riders find a 3.3-kilometer climb at 4.8% which summits with 24 kilometers to go, but it shouldn't make a difference in the outcome of the day. The rolling roads that follow may motivate attacks however, but the finale will then be very straightforward.

If any rider arrives in the final kilometers off the front it'll be hard to survive. There isn't a single corner or gradient to mention for several kilometers before the finish line, it'll make for an interesting sprint where timing and planning into the sprint can be a make or break.

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Profiles & Route Tour de Suisse 2023

Villars-sur-Ollon has seen the likes of Chris Froome win atop it, and it returns for the 2023 edition. The 143-kilometer day is mostly flat and a lead-up to the final climb, but here the overall classification will be turned on it's head and the contenders for the victory will emerge.

In it's essence, it's a very simple and mostly calm day. Most of the stage is flat, until the Col des Mosses where the riders find 13.5 kilometers at 4.1%. Not the easiest of climbs with some harder gradients, but it won't be a burning effort. It ends with 35.5 kilometers to go and a long descent follows into Aigle where the UCI is based, shortly after to reach the final ascent.

This is one where massive watts are expected. A calm day, constant but steep climb, Villars-sur-Ollon will see fireworks. 10.7 kilometers at 7.8%, it's a constant ascent but one that does feature a few hairpins. Important gaps will be carved in this ascent, and those who need the climbs to make their bid for overall victory absolutely have to attack the race.

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Profiles & Route Tour de Suisse 2023

Stage 4 to Leukerbad is an explosive day. The Tour de Suisse has used this finale in recent years and it's a very difficult and unpredictable one. It feature a long climb, but the final ones are shorter and less consistent. It's an explosive finale which will provide another battle between the climbers. Pan-flat over it's entire first 80 kilometers, but then it changes.

The riders have seen the ascent to Crans-Montana recently at the Giro d'Italia, this is a different road up it however. It will pass by the Giro finish line but have it's summit a little above, it's 14.6 kilometers in total averaging 6.7%. It sends with 56 kilometers to go but should just be a warm-up, most likely the same as was the case over in May. A very technical descent follows, with a third category right after leaving Sierre. The riders will then have positioning fight into the bottom of the final set of climbs.

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Whilst not named, the true climb to mention in the day is the first part of the Höhenweg. It's 7.8 kilometers at 8.6% and features plenty hairpins. it's a climb that has attacking written all over, the following kilometers will be hard to chase and the decisive moves could come here. It summits with 14 kilometers to go, a short descent follows.

Then into the summit of the climb there are two small consecutive hilltops separated by a small plateau, they are 2.7Km at 7.6% and it's final 3 kilometers average around 6%, with a 12% ramp at it's summit with just under 4 kilometers to go. A very short but steep descent follows (*profile contains GPS error), and then the final rise to the line in Leukerbad is 1.2 kilometers long at 5.1%.

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Profiles & Route Tour de Suisse 2023

The final mountain stage. It's the third consecutive tough day in the race and possibly a decisive one. Three passes, but the attacks will come late on. The Albulapass' summit is over 2000 meters in altitude and it's a proper long and steep climb. At the end of a whole 211 kilometers the finale into La Punt should decide a lot in the race.

It's a real high-mountain day, although two of it's climbs are in the opening third of the stage. Nevertheless, at any point the Furkapass will cause damage, having it's summit at over 2400 meters of altitude with 16.5 kilometers at 6.4%.

The descent will then lead the riders into the Oberalpass which is 10.7 kilometers at 5.6%. It will set up some more fatigue, to be honest it won't likely have much of an impact on the racing itself throughout the day. The riders descent into a long valley run and then gradually build up towards the decisive climb of the day.

Another long one. This is a different finale to those of previous days, the Albulapass ends with just 9.5 kilometers to go before a straight finish into La Punt. The gaps at the top are most likely those at the finish line after a very fast descent.

The climb itself is 18.5 kilometers at 6.6%, it features two sections where the gradients are at a regular 9/10% in it's first half. It then gets more constant in it's final kilometers but at around 7% gaps can always be created. It's a difficult one, the altitude will be key as well with over 2300 meters at the summit, it's a matter of pacing and managing it very well.

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Profiles & Route Tour de Suisse 2023

From La Punt the riders depart, but away from the high mountains. A long day on the bike follows, the longest stage of the race with 215 kilometers in total. It's a tricky day and the finale is explosive, into Oberwil-Lieli the riders have a small hilltop finish.

The riders climb back up the Albulapass once again now in the opposite direction to start the day, 8.9 kilometers at 6.8%. After a fast descent comes a 7.5-kilometer ascent at 7.5%. These are roads where a strong breakaway can go up the road, and at this point of the race many will have freedom to try it. It's a classics-style day with a sharp, hilly and explosive finale.

With 53 kilometers to go the rider summit an ascent which is almost 2.5 kilometers at 10%, the final 55 kilometers are a constant up-and-down, without any major point of attack, but instead a constant grind ideal for attacks. Whether in the peloton or breakaway, riders are unlikely to wait for the final ascent. There will be a few hilltops in the final kilometers alone which are 700 meters at 8.8% and 1.4Km at 8.4% - the latter ending with only 8.5 kilometers to go.

Then it's a fast and downhill approach to the final hilltop, where the riders go up into the town of Oberwil-Lieli. It's 2.5 kilometers at 6.7%, an interesting finale where both puncheurs and GC riders stand their chances, but it's also hard enough to see attacks and not only the wait for a sprint.

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Profiles & Route Tour de Suisse 2023

Stage 7 is a hilly day, a very tricky one. The 162-kilometer route from Tübach to Weinfelden features several climbs, none too hard but they are not easy. This is the most Tour de Suisse-like day in the race (if such definition actually exists!), just a day packed up very different climbs throughout the middle of the day, where a breakaway can win, so can late attacks of anything up to a bunch sprint.

The GC riders should remain conservative with the time-trial on the final day, but they do have roads to try and surprise. The start of the day is flat which should help the sprinter teams keep everything under control, but into the mountainous section of the race that could prove to be harder. The riders start an 8.9-kilometer climb at 5.3% with 50 kilometers of racing.

Then they face a hard one, Eggerstanden features a section of 3.3 kilometers at 9.2%. This is hard, and part of a 6.2-kilometer ascent which ends with 77 kilometers to go. The riders plummet down and climb back up again, and that is how it goes until the end of the day. A third category follows ending with 52 kilometers to go, it's 2.4 kilometers at 5.4%, and from there on the riders descent 500 meters in altitude towards the finish line.

They do descend more however, but still have some climbing. Gentle, inconsistent rolling roads, all the way into the final 4.5 kilometers. It's a very hard day to control, but if there is enough firepower and intention, there is still time to take back some time on those final kilometers into Weinfelden, although they are a bit technical.

In case of a bunch sprint the riders find 90-degree turns with 1.7 and 1 kilometers to go, and then in very quick succession two with just under 500 meters to go. A short finishing straight coming from a loss of speed, it means a very long sprint is to happen.

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Profiles & Route Tour de Suisse 2023

The race ends, as usual, with a time-trial. A meaningful one, as the riders race from St.Gallen to Abtwil with over 25 kilometers in distance. The general classification could end up being decided against the clock as was the case last year, however this is far from a simple effort to pace.

The first 17 kilometers are quite rolling, with two small climbs, a false-flat descending section before the riders hit what may be the decisive section of the time-trial. It will be on a TT bike that the riders tackle a 1.7-kilometer climb at 7.8%, definitely a place where large seconds can be won or lost. After it's end there is no restbite, for 5 kilometers the road goes uphill, those final 3.3 mostly false-flat.

However when the riders reach the top of the hill with 4 kilometers to the finish they essentially hit the finish line. From there on the route is almost entirely downhill, very fast and without opportunity to make any serious differences. A very open TT, which will be hard to pace.

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Tour de Suisse 2023 – First Class Field

Now 90 years after its inception the Tour de Suisse is as popular as ever. In the men’s race, the exceptional Belgian cyclist Wout van Aert leads a first class field of riders. The women’s race – with season high-flyer Demi Vollering – is part of the UCI Women’s WorldTour for the first time. And thanks to a lot of time trialling and even more altitude metres, Switzerland is looking strong.

Ten days before the start of the Tour de Suisse, Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) points out as an absolute all-rounder on the start list. Tom Pidcock (Ineos Grenadiers), Biniam Girmay (Intermarché – Circus – Wanty) and the American Neilson Powless (EF Education – Easypost) would also be on the hunt for stage wins. Romain Bardet (Team DSM), Juan Ayuso (UAE Team Emirates) and Jakob Fuglsang (Isreal – Premier Tech) among others, also have their sights set on top results in the overall classification.

Two stages of the men’s Tour will be against the clock: the Tour de Suisse opens with a time trial in Einsiedeln and ends with one in St. Gallen. The two Thurgauer Stefans – Bissegger (EF Education – Easypost) and Küng (Groupama FDJ) – are specialists in this field and are keen to claim the Leader’s Jersey on June 11th. “The course in Einsiedeln suits me. My goal is to be on the top of the podium and to wear the yellow Leader’s Jersey after the race,” says Stefan Bissegger.

Many other Swiss competitors will be putting their best foot forward: “From a Swiss point of view I think Gino Mäder (Bahrain Victorious) or Marc Hirschi (UAE Team Emirates) are capable of competing for the overall victory,” says David Loosli, Sports Director of the Tour de Suisse. Mauro Schmid (Soudal Quick-Step), Sébastien Reichenbach and Simon Pellaud (both Tudor Pro Cycling) are also possible candidates for Stage wins.

A Farewell for Peter Sagan and Michael Schär

In its 90th year (86th edition), the Tour de Suisse will bid farewell to two defining figures of the modern era. Peter Sagan (TotalEnergies) holds the record of stage wins with 18 to his name. The 33-year-old Slovakian has announced his retirement from road cycling at the end of this season. Michael Schär (37, AG2R Citroen Team) from Lucerne is also riding his last season. The unmissable (1.98m tall) and universally appreciated peloton workhorse is looking forward to his final Tour de Suisse: “As a child I followed the Tour de Suisse from the roadside. Now at the end of my career to be able to ride another stage in my home region around Nottwil is something I’m especially looking forward to.”

Tour de Suisse Women: SD Worx versus the rest

The women’s Tour de Suisse is for the first time in the highest category (UCI Women’s World Tour). So far this season the Dutch team SD Worx is a power to be reckoned with. They already have 32 (!) victories to their credit. Swiss cyclist Marlen Reusser is right in the midst of it all and can look back on a very successful Spring herself. She makes no secret of her ambitions at the Tour de Suisse. “With the long time trial in St. Gallen and no really big mountains in the programme, Marlen has every reason to believe she can do well at the Tour de Suisse Women”, says David Loosli. At the Tour of the Basque Country in mid-May, Reusser proved that she can also compete for the overall victory in a Tour. In addition, team-mate and season dominator Demi Vollering, who calls the Basel region home, is considered a frontrunner for the overall victory.

The remaining teams will do everything they can to break the dominance of SD Worx. Possible candidates for this challenge are Katarzyna Niewiadoma (Canyon//SRAM Racing), Liane Lippert (Movistar Team Women), Gaia Realini (Trek – Segafredo) oder Marta Bastianelli (UAE Team ADQ).

Swiss Cyclists with an Outside Chance

Of course other Swiss cyclists will also try to make the best of the home ground advantage, be it in a breakaway or perhaps a Stage win. Current Swiss Road Champion Caroline Baur (Israel Premier Tech Roland): “It will definitely be a special feeling to ride the Tour de Suisse Women in the Swiss Champion jersey, especially as it takes place in my training area. I’m looking forward to my home race and will certainly be on hand to support our climbers in their efforts to achieve a top result.”

Despite the absence of the National Team, other ambitious Swiss competitors, for example Elise Chabbey (Canyon//SRAM Racing), Lea Fuchs (Born to Win – Zhiraf – G20) and Petra Stiasny (Fenix-Deceuninck) will be lining up at the start.

The final start lists for both races will be posted at  https://www.tourdesuisse.ch/en/  the evening before the respective race begins.

A Competitive Route

In the men’s Tour de Suisse, the Queens Stage on June 15th from Fiesch to La Punt with the Furka, Oberalp and Albula passes will be a highlight. The Pros have to conquer more than 4,700 metres of altitude. In addition, they will already have two tough mountain finishes in Villars-sur-Ollon and Leukerbad in their legs. “As expected the Tour de Suisse features a lot of altitude gain. This year, with the two time trials on 11th June in Einsiedeln and 18th June in St. Gallen, the Rouleurs will also be in demand,” says the Sports Director, David Loosli.

In the women’s race, after the opening circuit stage, there will also be a battle against the clock on Stage Two. After that, the women will also sample Switzerland’s mountainous topography. David Loosli says: “During stages three and four, the climbing specialists are in their element. On the way to Ebnat-Kappel on the third day and on the circuit in the same region on the fourth day, there are many sharp climbs that are ideal for attacks”.

Each day, the last two hours of the men’s race and 90 minutes of the women’s race will be broadcast live on television both nationally (SRF, RTS, RSI) and internationally (Eurosport and others).

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Launched last year the  TdS FanZone  is levelling up. Together with the developers of LivXp and main partner Primeo Energie, the campaign has been refined and enhanced to give fans even more digital access to the Tour de Suisse.

In addition to the chance to wave the chequered flag at a Stage, there are many other exciting activities to discover before, during and after the Tour de Suisse:

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A Public Festival for Everyone

The Tour de Suisse provides more than sporting highlights along the route for people of all ages. In addition to the popular advertising caravan which travels approximately an hour in advance of the peloton there is a daily Kids Race to ride on the finishing straight, as well as the Partner Village to explore in the finish area.

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Die Streckenführung der 87. Tour de Suisse ist bekannt. Der Parcours ist auf die Kletterer zugeschnitten.

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Bergstrasse mit Radfahrern in den Alpen, grüne Landschaft mit Wasserfall.

Vier Bergankünfte und ein Bergzeitfahren prägen die Tour de Suisse 2024, die am 9. Juni mit einem knapp 5 Kilometer langen Zeitfahren in Vaduz beginnt und am 16. Juni endet. Die geplante Strecke ist 950 Kilometer lang und gespickt mit fast 19'000 Höhenmetern. «Nur die besten Bergfahrer werden um den Gesamtsieg mitreden können», erwartet Tour-Direktor Olivier Senn.

Ab der 4. Etappe folgen hintereinander vier Bergankünfte: auf dem Gotthardpass, im Tessiner Bergdorf Cari, in Blatten-Belalp und in Villars-sur-Ollon. Die 6. Etappe von Locarno nach Blatten-Belalp darf als Königsetappe bezeichnet werden – mit 3500 Höhenmetern, dem Nufenenpass und der Bergankunft. Enden wird die TdS mit einem Bergzeitfahren von Aigle nach Villars-sur-Ollon über 15 Kilometer mit fast 900 Höhenmetern.

Die 4. Ausgabe der Tour de Suisse der Frauen, die am 15. Juni beginnt, führt über 330 Kilometer und etwas mehr als 6600 Höhenmeter. Die Frauen werden auf der gleichen Strecke wie die Männer ebenfalls ein Bergzeitfahren nach Villars-sur-Ollon absolvieren.

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Tour de Suisse 2023 Route stage 6: Chur - Oberwil-Lieli

[Underneath you’ll find the original route. The first two paragraphs are taken out of the route and the new start is in Chur, at the beginning of paragraph 3]

The riders climb the Albula Pass from the start. The ascent from La Punt is 8.9 kilometres long and the average gradient sits at 6.8%.

A descent of over 30 kilometres takes the pilots to the second climb of the day. This is a 7.5 kilometres climb at 7.5%. After the KOM sprint in Lenz the route continues to climb at shallow gradients for approximately 6 kilometres.

The riders descend to Chur before entering the second part of the race. This section is 85 kilometres long and mostly flat. The Kerenzerberg is the only hurdle – 5.9 kilometres at 4.5% and with the summit 90 kilometres before the finish.

One could argue that the third part of the route is a hilly race. The first obstacle appears with 55 kilometres to go – it’s a 2.5 kilometres climb at 9.8%. The route continues to go up either up or down, while the finale opens with 15 kilometres left on a 700 metres ramp at 8.8%.

A downhill leads to the base of the climb to Islisberg – 1.4 kilometres at 8.4% – before another downhill ushers in the finish climb. The last 2.5 kilometres rise at 6.7% to the line.

Starting at kilometre 107.2, the Golden Kilometre serves two opportunities to gain time bonuses of 3, 2 and 1 seconds. The first three riders on the line take 10, 6 and 4 seconds.

Ride the route yourself? Download GPX stage 6 2023 Tour de Suisse.

The race is expected to finish around 16:20 local time (CEST).

Other interesting reads: – live race report – GC after stage 5 – entire route – start list – records & winners – 2022 Tour de Suisse – 2023 cycling calendar

Tour de Suisse 2023 stage 6: route, profile, more

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Tour de Romandie: 3e, Alaphilippe passe à quelques secondes d'un retour de blessure victorieux

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Julian Alaphilippe a terminé 3e du prologue du Tour de Romandie, remporté par Maikel Zijlaard.

Julian Alaphilippe est passé mardi à quelques secondes d'un retour de blessure victorieux en se glissant à la troisième place du prologue du Tour de Romandie, derrière le Néerlandais Maikel Zijlaard et l'Australien Cameron Scott.

Blessé début mars à la tête du péroné gauche lors des Strade Bianche , le Français de 31 ans n'avait plus couru depuis le Tour des Flandres et arrivait sans ambition au général de cette 77e édition de la course romande, reprise idéale avant d'attaquer le 4 mai son premier Giro.

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Mais sur les 2,28 km plats et très sinueux tracés à Payerne, le double champion du monde (Soudal-Quick Step) n'a cédé que 2 sec 31/100e à l'étonnant Néerlandais de l'équipe Tudor, qui décroche à 24 ans son premier succès sur le World Tour après 2 min 55 sec 43/100e d'effort, et s'empare du maillot jaune.

Le Tour de Romandie se poursuit mercredi avec la première étape, disputée sur 165,7 km et 2.617 m de dénivelé positif entre Château d'Oex, dans les Alpes vaudoises, et Fribourg. Il s'achèvera dimanche à Vernier, près de Genève.

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La 77e édition du Tour de Romandie démarre ce mardi 23 avril et se tiendra jusqu’au dimanche 28 avril. Blessé depuis le Tour des Flandres fin mars, Julian Alaphilippe fait son retour sur le circuit professionnel.

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Tour de Suisse united in mourning for Gino Mäder

Swiss rider dead at the age of 26 following crash on Albulapass

Gino Mäder

All thoughts at the Tour de Suisse today are for Gino Mäder, who remains in hospital after his crash on the descent of the Albulapass yesterday afternoon. His Bahrain Victorious team provided its most recent update on his condition yesterday evening, confirming that he had been resuscitated at the scene of the crash and then transported by helicopter to Chur Hospital. Magnus Sheffield was also a faller on the descent, and the Ineos rider spent last night in hospital after being diagnosed with a concussion.

Today’s stage, meanwhile, has been shortened to 141km due to a rock avalanche above Brienz, meaning that the early climbs of the Albulapass and Latsch have been stricken from the route of day that now gets underway at 12.30 CET. Simone Giuliani has more details here .

After yesterday's queen stage, today's 6th stage will start at 12.30 pm in Chur instead of La Punt. A big thank you to the entire staff for making this last-minute postponement possible! Of course, our thoughts are also with Gino Mäder and his family! Stay strong Gino!❤️ pic.twitter.com/gpYaY25nCv June 16, 2023

Mattias Skjelmose (Trek-Segafredo) regained yellow yesterday but it's still very tight atop the overall standings, with Felix Gall (AG2R Citroen) second at 8 seconds, and yesterday's winner, a resurgent Juan Ayuso (UAE Team Emirates), third at 18 seconds. Remco Evenepoel (Soudal-QuickStep), meanwhile, remains firmly in the hunt given the time trial on the final day. The top 10 is as follows:

Tour de Suisse 2023: GC standings after stage 5

Gino Mäder, 1997-2023

Bahrain Victorious have announced the death of Gino Mäder following his crash on yesterday's stage.

"It is with deep sadness and heavy hearts that we have to announce the passing of Gino Mäder. On Friday 16th June, following a very serious crash during stage 5 of the Tour de Suisse, Gino lost his battle to recover from the severe injuries he sustained. Our entire team is devastated by this tragic accident, and our thoughts and prayers are with Gino's family and loved ones during this incredibly difficult time.

"Following the high-speed incident which occurred on the final descent of Thursday’s stage, the 26 year old was resuscitated at the scene by medical staff who also performed CPR, before being airlifted to hospital.

"Despite the best efforts of the phenomenal staff at Chur hospital, Gino couldn’t make it through this, his final and biggest challenge, and at 11:30am we said goodbye to one of the shining lights of our team.

"Gino was an extraordinary athlete, an example of determination, a valued member of our team and the whole cycling community. His talent, dedication, and passion for the sport has inspired us all.

"Managing Director Milan Erzen commented this morning:” "We are devastated by the loss of our exceptional cyclist, Gino Mäder. His talent, dedication, and enthusiasm were an inspiration to us all. Not only was he an extremely talented cyclist, but a great person off the bike. We extend our deepest condolences to his family and loved ones, and our thoughts are with them during this difficult time. Bahrain Victorious will race in his honour, keeping his memory on every road we race. We are determined to show the spirit and passion Gino displayed, and he will always remain an integral part of our team.

"Gino’s family has requested privacy as they mourn their loss, and we kindly ask that their wishes be respected. The team and family express our gratitude for the overwhelming support we have received from the whole cycling world.

"Gino, thank you for the light, the joy, and the laughs you brought us all, we will miss you as a rider and as a person.

"Today and every day, we ride for you, Gino."

Today's stage has been delayed until further notice following the tragic news. I don't see how the riders who raced alongside Gino Mäder yesterday can possibly be expected to climb on their bikes and compete this afternoon.  

We are heartbroken! Gino you've been an excellent rider but even more a wonderful person! Always smilling and making people happy arround you! Rest in peace! Our thoughts are with Gino's family!Below you can find the official statement of @BHRVictorious pic.twitter.com/hqLF8FF5nQ June 16, 2023

Marcel Sieberg of Tudor Cycling consoles Bahrain Victorious staff at the start of stage 6 of the Tour de Suisse.

In loving memory and deep gratitude for Gino Mäder. You touched our lives, and your presence will forever be cherished. Rest in peace. 🙏 June 16, 2023
🙏🏻 Gino, thank you for the light, the joy, and the laughs you brought us all, we will miss you as a rider and as a person.❤️ Today and every day, we ride for you, Gino.🔗 https://t.co/CSx5BsWfRz pic.twitter.com/caBmfmWwyg June 16, 2023

The race organisation has confirmed that today's stage of the Tour de Suisse has been neutralised. The peloton will ride the final 30km of the route together in memory of Gino Mäder, as per the wishes of his family. “The peloton will ride the final 30km," said the Tour de Suisse organisation. "The race will be neutralised today and all the riders will form a cortege in memory of Gino Mäder as they ride to the finish line.”

Tour de Suisse race director Olivier Senn: “We’re all devasted – the organisers, the teams, the riders, everybody. What happened is really terrible and it’s difficult for me to speak because Gino was a wonderful person who didn’t deserve to leave this world in this way. Everybody knew him and everybody loved him. We won’t race today but we want to remember him and pay tribute to him by riding the finale of the stage. We’ll all ride together as a group to the finish line in memory of Gino.”

This is how we will always remember you❤️ With a big smile on your face! The peloton will ride the last 20 kilometres of today's course neutralised in honour of Gino Mäder. Expected finish in Oberwil-Lieli is 16.40h..We ride for you Gino❤️ pic.twitter.com/B27VmMqpuz June 16, 2023

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The peloton is expected begin riding the neutralised final 20km of the stage at 16.00 CET, reaching the finish line in Oberwil-Lieli at 16.40

Gino Mäder was an undoubted talent on the bike, as his stage win at the 2021 Giro d’Italia and his fifth-place finish at that year’s Vuelta a España’s testified, but it was his immense human qualities that left the greatest impression on all who met him. His interviews, both in races and away from them, were testament to a range of interests that extended far beyond the bike, with a particular emphasis on environmental issues.

Professional cycling has a tendency to take itself very seriously – too seriously – at times, but Mäder’s freewheeling attitude always felt like an antidote to all that. A sense of fun pervaded his every act on a bike and his every utterance off it. His enthusiasm for cycling and, above all, for the people he met through the sport was obvious, and his death has sparked a sincere outpouring of grief from his peers and from all those who watched him race.

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The Tour de Suisse peloton is currently pedalling gently towards the finish line in Oberwil-Lieli, united in remembrance of the late Gino Mäder. The riders, many of whom are donning black armbands, are taking it in turns to pedal at the head of the bunch. We imagine that Mäder's Bahrain Victorious teammates will lead the peloton across the finish line. 

As well as the poignant, rolling eulogy to Gino Mäder currently unfolding on the road to Oberwil-Lieli, many more tributes have been paid from the peloton and from across cycling to the late rider in the hours since his tragic death at the age of 26.  

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Bahrain Victorious lead the peloton up a short climb, to hushed but heartfelt applause from the spectators gathered at the roadside. 

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We ride for you Gino!❤️.#tds2023 #tourdesuisse #rip @BHRVictorious pic.twitter.com/fyt3eF1LCf June 16, 2023

The Bahrain Victorious riders and team cars have moved to the very head of the peloton as they enter the final kilometre of this tribute to Gino Mäder.

The only sound at the finish is of gentle applause as first the Bahrain Victorious riders and then the rest of the peloton cross the finish line. Some of the Bahrain riders raise a hand to acknowledge the outpouring of sympathy from the roadside. Pello Bilbao points to the sky in memory of his friend and teammate.  

We have, sadly, witnessed other rolling memorials like this over the years. Motorola led the peloton over the line in Pau at the 1995 Tour de France in memory of Fabio Casartelli. Leopard Trek and Tyler Farrar paid a similar tribute to Wouter Weylandt in Livorno on the 2011 Giro d’Italia. Lotto Soudal led the Tour de Pologne peloton to the finish in Kocierz following Bjorg Lambrecht’s death in 2019. On each of these sorrowful occasions, the solidarity of the peloton has been deeply affecting and beyond the description of mere words.

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🇨🇭 #Tourdesuisse In honour of Gino! @tds #RideAsOne pic.twitter.com/3jX6WD4BFq June 16, 2023

In the saddest imaginable circumstances, yellow jersey Mattias Skjelmose put the peloton's day into words. "I’m sad. It was really weird to be on the bike today. It hit me really hard when I saw only six Bahrain riders going over the line together. That was something really pushing me to the limit emotionally," said Skjelmose. 

Like most at the Tour de Suisse, he hasn't had time to give any consideration to whether the race should proceed this weekend.

"For now, we only did 20k neutralised and I think that was right because Gino’s parents wanted it," he said. "I don’t know what’s happening in the next days. And I’m not sure how I really feel about it myself. Right now I just want to go home and sleep."

World champion Remco Evenepoel consoles Gino Mäder’s mother Heidi.

Gino Mäder’s mother Sandra followed today's memorial ride from a Bahrain Victorious team car, and she was consoled by many of the rider's colleagues and friends when they reached the finish line.  

Race director Olivier Senn has indicated that no decision has yet been taken over the continuation of the Tour de Suisse. "Today it's all about Gino," he said, according to Blick. "I spoke to his parents. They don't want us to be sad. We will conduct the discussions as to whether and how to proceed. But we won't push anything."

Olivier Senn has since spoken in a press conference at the finish. “It was a very intense last hour and really hard to take in the sitation," he said. "It was truly a beautiful celebration in memory of Gino, even though it was definitely the hardest day of my life and the hardest hour of my life. You never think of that when you run the race. It’s all adrenaline and full gas to the finish and now it was completely the opposite.

“I think it’s really important that we keep Gino in a positive memory. He was a happy rider and an open rider, an intelligent person who thought beyond cycling. This is what we should keep in memory. I certainly will and I hope the cycling world will as well.”

Senn confirmed that no decision has been taken over whether the race will continue. Discussion will take place in the next hours with the UCI, CPA and AIGCP, though a final decision might not arrive until tomorrow morning. 

"Regarding tomorrow and the next stages, we will start the discussions after this," Senn said. "It’s not a simple decision. There’s a lot of people involved who are very moved by the situation: riders, team members and our staff. Everybody knew him well. 

"We will have to discuss if it’s at all possible to organise a race, and if our staff is up for it. We will certainly not push it through just because we want to or have to. We will do it if everyone wants it, if everyone is fit and if the mindset is the right one to produce a safe race tomorrow and the day after. 

"We will also discuss with the UCI, the AIGCP and the UCI on what we’re going to do. It will be an open discussion. We will take a common decision. It’s not just our decision but a decision of all the parties. Those discussions will take place in the next hours and maybe the decision will only be tomorrow morning. We don’t know yet."

Gino Mader

Alasdair Fotheringham has written this obituary for the late Gino Mäder . He was a rider and a man apart. "The results were only ever a small part of the story," Alasdair writes. "As Friday's outpouring of grief and sadness has shown, it is Gino Mäder the person, the rider who always looked beyond himself and to the world beyond cycling, who will be missed the most." 

A full account of the Tour de Suisse peloton's tribute to Gino Mäder is available here .

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Stefan Küng paid this tribute to Gino Mäder in an interview with L’Équipe TV. The Swiss rider was among the first to seek out Heidi Mäder and offer his condolences at the finish line. “I knew him well, given that he was a Swiss pro rider and there aren’t so many of us,” Küng said. “I don’t really have any words, my thoughts are just with his family and his loved ones. Gino was just a marvellous guy, he was very courteous and very empathetic. He often thought of others and he know he was privileged to be able to do this sport. He was just a very good person.”

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Race information

route der tour de suisse 2023

  • Date: 18 June 2023
  • Start time: 14:27
  • Avg. speed winner: 47.568 km/h
  • Race category: ME - Men Elite
  • Distance: 25.7 km
  • Points scale: 2.WT.Stage
  • UCI scale: UCI.WR.C1.Stage
  • Parcours type:
  • ProfileScore: 37
  • Vert. meters: 363
  • Departure: St. Gallen
  • Arrival: Abtwil
  • Race ranking: 17
  • Startlist quality score: 855
  • Won how: Time Trial
  • Avg. temperature:

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  1. Tour de Suisse 2023: Etappenplan & Strecke der Männer & Frauen

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  2. Tour de Suisse 2023: 7. Etappe

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  3. Tour de Suisse 2023, Etappe 8: Profil und detaillierte Route

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  4. Tour de Suisse 2023, étape 2 : Profil et parcours détaillés

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  5. Tour De Suisse Etappen 2023

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  6. Tour de Suisse 2023: 3. Etappe

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COMMENTS

  1. Tour de Suisse 2023: The Route

    The 2023 Tour de Suisse kicked off on Sunday 11 June with an ITT and finishes on Sunday the 18th, also with an ITT. Three mountainous and three hilly stages rounded out the route. Stage 1 is an ITT around the Sihlsee, an artificial lake. The route is 12.7 kilometres long. And flat.

  2. Tour de Suisse 2023 route

    162.7km. Stage 8. St. Gallen - Abtwil (ITT) 2023-06-18. 25.7km. The 86th edition of the Tour de Suisse, June , begins in central Switzerland before heading westward to Fribourg, Vaud and Valais ...

  3. Tour de Suisse 2023

    The 2023 Tour de Suisse returns with an eight-day race, June 11-18, and once again delivers lots of climbing and two time trials. Like its counterpart held in France, Critérium du Dauphiné, the ...

  4. Overview map Tour de Suisse 2023

    Tour de Suisse » 2023 » Route; menu. 2023 » 86th Tour de Suisse (2.UWT) ... Mathieu van der Poel; Mads Pedersen; Primoz Roglic; Demi Vollering; Lotte Kopecky; Katarzyna Niewiadoma; Rankings. PCS ranking; UCI World Ranking; Alltime; Statistics.

  5. Tour de Suisse

    Discover the Tour de Suisse 2024! Spectacular stages for climbers, sprinters and time trialists with summits such as the Gotthard Pass and exciting finishes in Carì and Blatten. ... Die letztjährige Bergpreiskönigin @elise_chabbey sprach im Interview mit der @bankwir über die Tour de Suisse Women und die mögliche Teilnahme an den ...

  6. Tour de Suisse 2023: Etappenplan & Strecke der Männer & Frauen

    Tour de Suisse 2023: Die Etappen im Überblick. 2023 startet die Schweiz-Rundfahrt am 11. Juni in Einsiedeln und endet am 18. Juni in Abtwil bei Sankt Gallen jeweils mit einem Einzelzeitfahren. Die Strecke im Überblick. 1. Etappe (Sonntag, 11. Juni): Einsiedeln - Einsiedeln (12,7 Kilometer, Einzelzeitfahren, 90 Höhenmeter) Foto: Veranstalter.

  7. Profiles & Route Tour de Suisse 2023

    2023 Tour de Suisse. Race Center - TV, Startlist, Profile & Previews. The riders find a 3.3-kilometer climb at 4.8% which summits with 24 kilometers to go, but it shouldn't make a difference in the outcome of the day. The rolling roads that follow may motivate attacks however, but the finale will then be very straightforward.

  8. 2023 Tour de Suisse

    The 2023 Tour de Suisse was a road cycling stage race that took place between 11 and 18 June 2023 in Switzerland.It was the 86th edition of the Tour de Suisse and the 24th event of the 2023 UCI World Tour.. On 16 June 2023, Swiss rider Gino Mäder died in hospital in Chur after a heavy crash on the descent of the Albula Pass during stage 5. Stage 6 was neutralised and a short homage to Mäder ...

  9. Tour de Suisse 2023

    Tour de Suisse 2023. Mattias Skjelmose won the 86th edition of the Tour de Suisse ahead of Juan Ayuso and Remco Evenepoel. The race, which started on Sunday 11 June and finished on the 18th, was overshadowed by Gino Mäder's passing. The Swiss rider crashed on the fifth day in the descent of the Albula Pass.(Slideshow route/profile)

  10. Startlist for Tour de Suisse 2023

    223 KAMP Alexander (DNS #7) 224 KLUCKERS Arthur * (DNS #7) 225 REICHENBACH Sébastien (DNS #7) 226 SUTER Joel * (DNS #7) 227 THALMANN Roland (DNS #7) DS BLANQUEFORT Sylvain, SIEBERG Marcel. team statistics in race. * = competes for youth GC. 6m Indicates the time the rider was added to the startlist. (e.g. 6m = 6 minutes ago, 11h = 11 hours ago)

  11. Tour de Suisse Men 2023 Route, Stages & Results

    Stage 8 / 25.7 KM J. Ayuso. Stay up to date with the full 2023 Tour de Suisse Men schedule. Eurosport brings you live updates, real-time results and breaking Cycling - Road news.

  12. Tour de Suisse 2023 stages

    Follow live coverage of the 2023 Tour de Suisse, including news, results, stage reports, photos, podcasts and expert analysis - stages Page - Cyclingnews

  13. Tour de Suisse 2023

    Tour de Suisse 2023 - The Tour de Suisse concludes with a nail biter of an ITT. Juan Aysuo storms to victory, while Mattias Skjelmose comes home in third to beat him on GC. ... Sprint triumph Girmay, Küng still leader Tour de Suisse 2023: The Route Tour de Suisse 2023: Riders Tour de Suisse 2023: GC Favourites Tour de Suisse 2023 Route stage 1 ...

  14. Stage profile Tour de Suisse 2023

    2023 » 86th Tour de Suisse (2.UWT) 2023 » 8 Stages » Einsiedeln › Abtwil (1043.8km). Profile type

  15. Route

    The Tour de Suisse 2024 promises yet again to be a challenging test. This year, the riders must complete 950 kilometres and almost 19,000 metres in altitude. Only the best climbers will have a shot at overall victory. Stage wins on the other hand will be up for grabs for different types of riders. In addition to the four mountain finishes on ...

  16. Tour de Suisse 2023

    31. May 2023. Tour de Suisse 2023 - First Class Field. Now 90 years after its inceptionthe Tour de Suisse is as popular as ever. In the men's race, the exceptional Belgian cyclist Wout van Aert leads a first class field of riders. The women's race - with season high-flyer Demi Vollering - is part of the UCI Women's WorldTour for the ...

  17. Tour de Suisse 2023 Route stage 8: Sankt Gallen

    Tour de Suisse 2023 Route stage 8: Sankt Gallen - Abtwil. Sunday 18 June - The Tour de Suisse concludes with an ITT of 25.7 kilometres. The route includes an elevation gain of 415 metres, while two short uphills stand out. The first 9 kilometres are flat. The riders then cross the Sitter River and while climbing out of the valley the route goes ...

  18. As it happened

    2023-06-14T09:25:13.493Z. Hello and welcome to our live coverage of stage 4 of the 2023 Tour de Suisse

  19. Tour de Suisse 2023 Stage 1 (ITT) results

    Stage 1 (ITT) » Einsiedeln › Einsiedeln (12.7km) Stefan Küng is the winner of Tour de Suisse 2023 Stage 1 (ITT), before Remco Evenepoel and Wout van Aert. Stefan Küng was leader in GC.

  20. Tour de Suisse 2023

    2023 » 86th Tour de Suisse (2.UWT) 2023 » 8 Stages » Einsiedeln › Abtwil (1043.8km). Winners and leaders

  21. Streckenplan veröffentlicht

    Die Streckenführung der 87. Tour de Suisse ist bekannt. Der Parcours ist auf die Kletterer zugeschnitten. ... Archiv: Skjelmose gewinnt die Tour de Suisse 2023. Aus Sport-Clip vom 18.06.2023.

  22. Tour de Suisse 2024 route

    Profile for stage 2 of Tour de Suisse 2023 (Image credit: Tour de Suisse). The second day of racing is a punchy course, leaving Vaduz and heading to Regensdorf. Although it's just 177.9 kilometres ...

  23. Tour de Suisse Route 2023

    The Tour de Suisse 2023 will once again be a fantastic challenge. Only the best climbers will have a say in the overall victory. However, different types of ...

  24. UCI World Tour 2024

    Le calendrier 2024 regroupe les trente-cinq compétitions phares du cyclisme sur route professionnel masculin, vingt ... Mathieu van der Poel: 20: 23 avril-28 avril (6) Tour de Romandie: Suisse: 4 21: 1 er mai: Eschborn-Francfort ... 2-9 juin (8) Critérium du Dauphiné: France: 4 24: 9-16 juin (8) Tour de Suisse: Suisse: 4 25 29 juin-21 ...

  25. Tour de Suisse 2023 Route stage 6: Chur

    Tour de Suisse 2023 Route stage 6: Chur - Oberwil-Lieli. Friday 16 June - The longest stage of the Tour de Suisse would have added up to 215.3 kilometres, but is has been shortened to 146 kilometres because of a rock avalanche. The finale remains the same. It's hilly and the finish is situated on a 2.5 kilometres climb at 6.7%.

  26. Tour de Romandie: 3e, Alaphilippe passe à quelques secondes d'un retour

    Tour de Romandie : 6 questions sur l'épreuve suisse où Julian Alaphilippe fait son retour La 77e édition du Tour de Romandie démarre ce mardi 23 avril et se tiendra jusqu'au dimanche 28 avril.

  27. Tour de Suisse united in mourning for Gino Mäder

    The riders of the Tour de Suisse are travelling by bus before riding the final 20km of stage 6 in memory of Gino Mäder. (Image credit: Getty) 2023-06-16T13:46:02.562Z. The peloton is expected ...

  28. Tour de Suisse 2023 Stage 8 (ITT) results

    Mattias Skjelmose is the winner of Tour de Suisse 2023, before Juan Ayuso and Remco Evenepoel. Juan Ayuso is the winner of the final stage.