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Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) wins Stage 3.  Sagan post-stage: "I'm happy with this stage win, my 17th at the Tour de Suisse, and the leader's yellow jersey. I'd like to thank the whole team for their brilliant work, they controlled the race and placed me in a perfect spot for the victory. It was a very fast finale and quite hectic because everybody wanted to be in the front. When we crossed the finish line for the first time, it was clear to me that in order to have a chance at winning, I had to be in the first positions of the group before the last left turn. That's what we did and I was able to attack in the final stretch to get the victory."
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Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) leads the 2019 Tour de Suisse following his victory on Stage 3.
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2019 Tour de Suisse Route Map

2019 Tour de Suisse Stage 4 Profile

 Notes:  (latest notes always appear at the top)

 
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- Full route details here.

- Videos: Tour de Suisse Videos.

- This page will be updated throughout the race.


- Start List here.

- Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) won Stage 3 and took over the lead in the general classification.

- 2019 Tour de Suisse Stage Previews, Towns, Timetables, Profiles:

Stage details Stage profiles
Stage 1: Saturday, June 15
Langnau im Emmental (9.5 km ITT)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 2: Sunday, June 16
Langnau im Emmental/Langnau I.E. (159.6 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 3: Monday, June 17
Flamatt/Murten (162.3 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 4: Tuesday, June 18
Murten/Arlesheim (163.9 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
Stage 5: Wednesday, June 19
Münchenstein/Einsiedeln (177 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
 
Stage 6: Thursday, June 20
Einsiedeln/Flumserberg (120.2 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
 
Stage 7: Friday, June 21
Unterterzen/San Gottardo (216.6 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
 
Stage 8: Saturday, June 22
Goms/Goms (19.2 km ITT)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
 
Stage 9: Sunday, June 23
Ulrichen/Ulrichen (144.4 km)
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
 

 

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- Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) after Stage 2: "It was a very hard stage! Our strategy today was to go for the stage win and the yellow jersey. We knew all bonus seconds would be valuable, not only at the finish but also the intermediate sprints. The team did again an excellent job of pulling and controlling and in the finale I was in the smaller leading group, ready to contest the sprint."

- Luis Leon Sanchez (Astana Pro Team) won Stage 2.  Kasper Asgreen (Deceuninck-Quickstep) is new overall leader.

- Rohan Dennis (TBM) following his victory in the Stage 1 ITT: "Today it was a hard one.  It was quite a mental battle for me because in the last months my results they were very far away from what I expected.  Finally, today I made it and it's a great feeling to be back on that top step. Tomorrow I will be in yellow jersey and I will do my best to defend it. The penultimate stage will be another ITT and I feel confident to repeat today performance. And then there is the Tour de France I’m looking forward to it."

- Rohan Dennis (Team Bahrain-Merida) won the Stage 1 Individual Time Trial and is first leader in the general classification.

- Team Bahrain-Merida roster for the 2019 Tour de Suisse:

Rohan Dennis
Matej Mohoric
Valerio Agnoli
Antonio Nibali
Ivan Garcia Cortina
Domenico Pozzovivo
Andrea Garosio

- Paolo Artuso (Team Bahrain-Merida sports director): "We certainly have a good team for this Tour de Suisse, with Domenico Pozzovivo who will fight for the GC, with Rohan Dennis who will try to achieve results in ITT and Ivan Garcia Cortina and Matej Mohoric we could play for stage wins."

- Domenico Pozzovivo (Team Bahrain-Merida) ahead of the 2019 Tour de Suisse: "After the Giro d’Italia, I was training on the Etna volcano to prepare the Tour well. Two years ago, I won a stage and finished fourth overall. This year I would like to improve that result."

- Matej Mohoric (TBM): "The last Sunday podium confirmed to me that I worked in a good way during last month. I am very confident and I have seen that there are a couple of stages that adapt very well to my characteristics."

- Ivan Garcia Cortina (TBM): "After the “California” I trained in altitude for about a month and I go to Switzerland with good sensations. I like very much the wavy routes and I think I can do well in those stages with a little bunch sprint finish."

- UAE Team Emirates roster for the 2019 Tour de Suisse:

Fabio Aru (Ita)
Tom Bohli (Sui)
Sven Erik Bystrøm (Nor)
Rui Costa (Por)
Sergio Henao (Col)
Alexander Kristoff (Nor)
Manuele Mori (Ita)
Ds: Simone Pedrazzini (Sui), Bruno Vicino (Ita)

- Fabio Aru (UAE Team Emirates) before the start of the 2019 Tour de Suisse: "The return to racing at the GP Lugano was very good, I was happy with how things went in the race, the sensations and how the legs responded.  It’s an important step to start racing now: the rhythm, intensity and dynamic is so different from training.  It will be my debut in this race, which will give me the opportunity to tackle nine stages and try to grow day after day, without any pressure other than to get back in good form."

- Gino Mader (Team Dimension Data) before the 2019 Tour de Suisse: "Of course I do look forward to race on home soil and it will be special to pass my last three "homes” as I lived in Burgdorf (20 km) away from Langnau where we pass the first few days.  Then we ride over Passwang and pass the town I lived for 16 years and stage 5 is where I live now, so actually the further we go the more my personal history moves along too.  But I am also quite nervous as it is one of the first races I watched on TV and basically I know all the roads from training and I am scared that I will never be able to ride these roads without the memory of suffering again."

- Greg Van Avermaet (CCC Team) before the 2019 Tour de Suisse: "The Tour de Suisse is always a really hard race so it is the best preparation for the Tour de France. This year, without a GC rider in the team, I think we will all be able to go for our own opportunities so I hope to make the most of that as there are a few stages that I like the look of."

- CCC Team lineup for the 2019 Tour de Suisse:

Patrick Bevin (NZ)
Simon Geschke (GER)
Szymon Sajnok (POL)
Michael Schär (SUI)
Greg Van Avermaet (BEL)
Guillaume Van Keirsbulck (BEL)
Łukasz Wiśniowski (POL)
Sports Directors: Valerio Piva (ITA), Piotr Wadecki (POL)

- Valerio Piva (CCC Team directeur sportif) ahead of the 2019 Tour de Suisse: "When you look at our Tour de Suisse roster, it is clear that we don’t have a rider for the mountains so we are not expecting to do anything on the General Classification. Instead, we will aim to win a stage and race aggressively, starting with the individual time trial which should be a good one for Patrick Bevin.  Michael Schär, who is our only Swiss rider, will, of course, be motivated racing on home soil and for the riders who are on the Tour de France long list, the Tour de Suisse is their last opportunity to show their form. If we win a stage at the race, I think we can say it was a successful week for CCC Team."

- 2019 Tour de Suisse TV broadcasters and times for Stage 1:

L'Équipe at 15:10 CET, 9:10am U.S. ET
SRF Zwei at 15:00 CET, 9:00am U.S. ET
Rts deux (French) at 15:45 CET, 9:45am U.S. ET
Rsi La1 (Italian) at 16:00 CET, 10:00am U.S. ET

- Deceuninck-Quickstep roster for the 2019 Tour de Suisse:

Kasper Asgreen (DEN)
Dries Devenyns (BEL)
Yves Lampaert (BEL)
Enric Mas (ESP)
Michael Mørkøv (DEN)
Maximiliano Richeze (ARG)
Elia Viviani (ITA)
Sports Director Tom Steels (BEL) Geert Van Bondt (BEL)

- Deceuninck-Quickstep sports director Geert Van Bondt before the start of the 2019 Tour de Suisse: "It’s going to be a very hard race, with limited opportunities for the sprinters. Their best shot will come on stage 3, when we’ll try to be in the mix with Elia. On the two stages against the clock, Kasper and Yves can put in a strong ride and get a good result, while the three mountain stages, last of which comes on the final day, will represent a very good test for Enric Mas, who has recently completed an altitude training camp. We expect a hard and exciting race, but we like a challenge and will go there confident that we can do some nice things."

- 2019 Tour de Suisse stage schedule/times:

Stage 1 ITT - Saturday, June 15
Start at 14:35 CET, 8:35am ET
Finish at 17:20 CET, 11:20am ET

Stage 2 - Sunday, June 16
Start at 13:20 CET, 7:20am ET
Finish at 17:20 CET, 11:20am ET

Stage 3 - Monday, June 17
Start at 13:20 CET, 7:20am ET
Finish at 17:20 CET, 11:20am ET

Stage 4 - Tuesday, June 18
Start at 13:15 CET, 7:15am ET
Finish at 17:20 CET, 11:20am ET

Stage 5 - Wednesday, June 19
Start at 12:25 CET, 6:25am ET
Finish at 17:20 CET, 11:20am ET

Stage 6 - Thursday, June 20
Start at 14:15 CET, 8:15am ET
Finish at 17:20 CET, 11:20am ET

Stage 7 - Friday, June 21
Start at 11:20 CET, 5:20am ET
Finish at 16:20 CET, 10:20am ET

Stage 8 ITT - Saturday, June 22
Start at 14:23 CET, 8:23am ET
Finish at 17:20 CET, 11:20am ET

Stage 9 ITT - Sunday, June 23
Start at 11:55 CET, 5:55am ET
Finish at 16:20 CET, 10:20am ET

- Following his overall victory in the 2018 Tour de Suisse, Richie Porte (BMC Racing) was asked if it was the biggest win of his career.  He responded: "I'd say so. I've won at races like Paris-Nice, Volta Catalunya and Tour de Romandie but this race is so special and to come here after the passing of Andy Rihs earlier in the season and win his home Tour is a massive satisfaction. I dedicate this win to Andy."

- Richie Porte (BMC Racing) won the 2018 Tour de Suisse.

- Results: Tour de Suisse Results.

- Photos: Tour de Suisse Photos.

- The 2019 Tour de Suisse is being held June 15-23.

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Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) in action during 2019 Tour de Suisse Stage 2
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Luis Leon Sanchez (Astana Pro Team) wins Stage 2.
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Kasper Asgreen (Deceuninck-Quickstep) is new overall leader following Stage 2.  Said Asgreen post-stage: "This season has been incredible for me so far! I’ve made some big steps this year and this jersey is definitely another step in the right direction and that makes me happy. I wasn’t sure I would survive the climbs, but I tried to do my best and gave everything. Leading both the GC and the best young rider standings is great and it gives me great pleasure, but for now I’m focused on tomorrow’s stage, when we’ll try to keep the race together and go for a bunch sprint with Elia."
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2019 Tour de Suisse Stage 3 Profile

 


World time trial champion Rohan Dennis (Team Bahrain-Merida), on his way to winning the 2019 Tour de Suisse Stage 1 Individual Time Trial
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Race leader Rohan Dennis (Team Bahrain-Merida) shares the podium with retired great Fabian Cancellara following Tour de Suisse Stage 1.
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2019 Tour de Suisse Stage 2 Profile

 


Richie Porte (BMC Racing) won the 2018 Tour de Suisse.
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2019 Tour de Suisse Stage 1 Profile

 

Notes from the 2018 Tour de Suisse

- 2018 Tour de Suisse winner Richie Porte (BMC Racing) following the race: "This was a big goal. Let's not beat around the bush. It's a very important race and I think it's disrespectful to say it's a 'lead in' race for the Tour de France as it means a lot to win it. It's such a prestigious race. So, I think going forward into the Tour de France, it's a good sign to win here. It would have been nice to have won a stage here and maybe if the breakaway hadn't stayed away on Thursday's stage, I would have won one but, at the end of the day, to win the General Classification was the big goal and I'm still happy with the victory. I'm ready for the Tour de France. I did a good race here. I'm not at the top of my form just yet so I am excited for July."

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- Results: Demare wins stage 8 in Bellinzona. (Cyclingnews) - Richie Porte maintains overall lead with one stage remaining.

- Arnaud Démare (Groupama-FDJ) won Stage 8.  Richie Porte (BMC Racing) remains leader on G.C.

- Richie Porte (BMC Racing) following Stage 8: "That was such a nervous and stressful stage. It looked like today went without any problems but that's thanks to my fantastic team here. BMC Racing Team has been great all week and today was another impressive display from them to put me in a good position in the hectic finish. It was one of those days where you are just happy to get it over and done with.  The race has gone really well so far but it's not over until it's over. Nairo Quintana had a fantastic day yesterday and I think he could easily have another good day tomorrow, likewise with Wilco Kelderman."

- Results: Nairo Quintana wins stage 7. (Cyclingnews) - Porte loses time but keeps yellow jersey.

- Nairo Quintana (Movistar) won Stage 7.  Richie Porte (BMC Racing) retained the overall race lead.

- Nairo Quintana (Movistar Team) following his Stage 7 victory: "I wanted to see what my real form was, and fortunately, I'm feeling great at the moment! The team's work was really good, with everyone taking efforts from the very beginning of the stage and as far as they could. We put Bennati to push at the front of the bunch on the flat before the climb, trying to keep the breakaway close and taking advantage from Víctor's position to bridge back and get further. De la Parte was fundamental up there on the flat between the climbs, pushing as much as he could for as long as possible. And in the end, it was my task - Mikel was also trying to attack the GC group and destroy the pace by BMC, just like I asked him to do."

- Results: Kragh Andersen wins stage 6. (Cyclingnews) - Richie Porte extends overall lead in Gommiswald.

- Søren Kragh Andersen (Team Sunweb) won Stage 6.  Richie Porte (BMC Racing) remains overall leader.

- Søren Kragh Andersen (Team Sunweb) following his Stage 6 victory: "Today was a really special day and I'm super happy with the win. To pay back my team for giving me the chance is a really nice feeling. Our coach from the car told me to do my thing and trust my instinct and when the last attack went I decided to go for it. This win is a relief, it was a really long sprint for me and I managed to stay in front. I've had a lot of opportunities in the past but it never really worked out so I'm super happy that I've finally taken a WorldTour win here."

- Results: Ulissi wins stage 5. (Cyclingnews) - Richie Porte moves into the overall lead in Leukerbad.

- Diego Ulissi (UAE Team Emirates) won Stage 5.  Richie Porte (BMC Racing) is new leader in the general classification.

- Richie Porte (BMC Racing) following Stage 5: "The team was absolutely superb. They were fantastic all day. It was a hectic start and we covered the first 100km super quick and I don't think it was an easy day for anyone. It may not have looked really hard in the final there but we went hard. All of the guys did their part today and I am so happy to have the jersey and keep it in the team. I think when you have such a hard start it's not easy to get going and it wasn't an easy day. So, let's see what the peloton has in store for us tomorrow."

- Diego Ulissi (UAE Team Emirates) following his Stage 5 victory: "Today’s win carries much weight, the Tour de Suisse is a prestigious race and it makes me proud to win here.  I was able to come out of the Giro d’Italia with good condition, I remained concentrated knowing that in Switzerland I’d have stages suited to my characteristics. The stage today was one of those, and I pulled it off.  The race was hard, in the end, I was worried about not catching Mikel Landa, who shot out quite early, but luckily, I closed in on him and kept my speed."

- Results: Juul Jensen wins stage 4. (Cyclingnews) - Küng keeps overall lead in rain-soaked Gstaad.

- Christopher Juul Jensen (Mitchelton-Scott) won Stage 4.  Stefan Kung (BMC) remains leader on G.C.

- Chris Juul-Jensen (Mitchelton-Scott) following his Stage 4 victory: "I'm super happy, we didn't expect to stay away on a day like today but when we had two minutes at the bottom of the climb, then suddenly the break started to believe it was actually possible. I am over the moon.  Coming out of a great Giro with Mitchelton-SCOTT, I felt I had good form and when he (Peters) attacked I kept him at a relatively close distance and I could see that he was maybe taking the corners slightly slower then I was. I was closing the gap and decided to make the most of it before it was too late.  It was a long three kilometres on the airfield here but it is a fantastic feeling. Especially here, being in Switzerland with the king of Switzerland on the team, I am happy to pull out a good result."

- News: Colbrelli takes morale-boosting win in Suisse with Tour de France on horizon. (Cyclingnews) - 'I'm happy because it shows I'm on the right track' says Italian sprinter.

- News: Sonny puts Sagan in the shade at Tour de Suisse. (Cyclingnews) - 'Every sprint is a different story' says world champion.

- Results: Colbrelli wins stage 3. (Cyclingnews) - Küng stays in the overall lead after bunch sprint in Gansingen.

- Sonny Colbrelli (Bahrain-Merida) won Stage 3.  Stefan Kung (BMC) retained the overall race lead.

- Race leader Stefan Küng (BMC Racing) following Stage 3: "I think some teams were caught behind yesterday and that resulted in a bit more nervousness in terms of positioning before the climbs so, it [the race] started as soon as we hit the local laps. But, our team was really up there and chapeau to Michi [Schär] and Dema [De Marchi], they did an amazing job again today. As soon as Dema pulled off just before the climb, we kind of lost track of each other but in the end, we were up there and present. In a nutshell, it was pretty slow, the last climb was pretty fast which made a selection. It was kind of the same story as yesterday."

- Sonny Colbrelli (Bahrain-Merida) following his Stage 3 victory: "It’s a fantastic day. It’s a very important victory for me and for the team. Thanks to my teammates, that did an amazing work in the final. Padun Gasparotto, the Izagirre brothers, everybody.  I went from a long way out in the sprint, a long, long way out so that I could anticipate strong sprinters like Gaviria and Sagan. As I did at Paris-Nice last year.  Yesterday I had a bad day and today I wanted to bounce back and I succeeded thanks to my teammates’ help too. I’m really happy."

- News: Peter Sagan reaches sweet 16 at Tour de Suisse. (Cyclingnews) - World champion extends his record with well-timed sprint in Frauenfeld.

- News: Gaviria goes too soon in sprint against Sagan. (Cyclingnews) - Quick-Step Floors rider admits mistake but promises to find winning formula.

- Results: Sagan wins stage 2. (Cyclingnews) - World champion beats Gaviria and Haas.

- Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) won Stage 2.  Stefan Kung (BMC) remains overall leader.

- Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) following his victory on Stage 2: "I’m very happy about this, and have to thank all my BORA-hansgrohe teammates for their support today. They trust me enough to work so hard through the day and it means I can go for the win. I was thinking about the team’s tactics and in the end it worked out exactly as we’d planned. I’m very happy to have won the stage. All my preparation has been good and I’m feeling a bit more relaxed about the rest of the race now. There’s a lot of hard work that goes into these wins behind the scenes. My legs aren’t at their best yet and I still have some work to do before the Tour de France, but I’m looking forward to the rest of the race."

- News: Kruijswijk balances form at Tour de Suisse with Tour de France on his horizon. (Cyclingnews) - 'I'll take the race in a relaxed way, and try and stay out of trouble' says LottoNL-Jumbo leader.

- News: Richie Porte puts BMC crunch time aside to celebrate Suisse TTT win. (Cyclingnews) - 'I'd love to be flying and I'd love to win this race' says Australian.

- Results: BMC Racing win opening team time trial in Frauenfeld. (Cyclingnews) - Küng takes first leader's jersey.

- BMC Racing won the Stage 1 Team Time Trial.  Stefan Kung (BMC) is first leader in the general classification.

- Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) following the Stage 1 Team Time Trial: "I think we had a good start to the Tour de Suisse and I'm happy with the result we achieved. This was my first race day after an intense training period at high altitude in the US and I feel in good shape. I'm not at 100% right now but it's just the beginning. We have another eight stages ahead."

- Race leader Stefan Kung (BMC Racing) following the team's victory in the Stage 1 TTT: "The guys were fantastic. We showed once more why we are one of the best, if not the best, team in this discipline in the world. We took it really seriously. We had a good look at the parcours two days ago and this morning and everyone was fully focussed. Everyone was ready for the challenge and with such a good team in the background it set the stage for us. It was set up to win today and we can be really proud of our performance today."

- News: Tour de Suisse: 10 riders to watch. (Cyclingnews) - From Porte to Sagan, change in calendar makes for bumper line-up.

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- Fabio Baldato (BMC Racing directeur sportif): "The Tour de Suisse is a very important race for BMC Racing Team and this year, we are lining up with one of the strongest teams we have ever taken to a stage race. The race serves as the final preparation before the Tour de France so we will naturally be supporting Richie Porte for the General Classification. Richie is motivated and has been training well since the Tour de Romandie so we are looking forward to seeing how he goes."

- Start/finish times for all stages of the 2018 Tour de Suisse:

Stage 1 TTT - Saturday, June 9
Start at 15:20 CET, 9:20am ET
Finish at 17:22 CET, 11:22am ET

Stage 2 - Sunday, June 10
Start at 13:35 CET, 7:35am ET
Finish at 17:20 CET, 11:20am ET

Stage 3 - Monday, June 11
Start at 12:45 CET, 6:45am ET
Finish at 17:20 CET, 11:20am ET

Stage 4 - Tuesday, June 12
Start at 12:40 CET, 6:40am ET
Finish at 17:20 CET, 11:20am ET

Stage 5 - Wednesday, June 13
Start at 13:15 CET, 7:15am ET
Finish at 17:20 CET, 11:20am ET

Stage 6 - Thursday, June 14
Start at 12:05 CET, 6:05am ET
Finish at 17:20 CET, 11:20am ET

Stage 7 - Friday, June 15
Start at 11:50 CET, 5:50am ET
Finish at 16:20 CET, 10:20am ET

Stage 8 - Saturday, June 16
Start at 14:15 CET, 8:15am ET
Finish at 17:20 CET, 11:20am ET

Stage 9 ITT - Sunday, June 17
Start at 13:17 CET, 7:17am ET
Finish at 16:20 CET, 10:20am ET

- Simon Spilak (Katusha-Alpecin) won the 2017 Tour de Suisse.

- The 2018 Tour de Suisse is being held June 9-17.