Resumen de etapa – Etapa 13 – #TDF2022

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Descubra el resumen de la Etapa 13 !

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Clasificación de la etapa:

1 – PEDERSEN Mads (TREK – SEGAFREDO)

2 – WRIGHT Fred (BAHRAIN VICTORIOUS)

3 – HOULE Hugo (ISRAEL-PREMIER TECH)

Clasificación general:

1 – VINGEGAARD Jonas (JUMBO – VISMA)

2 – POGAČAR Tadej (UAE TEAM EMIRATES)

3 – THOMAS Geraint (INEOS GRENADIERS)

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