All 21 stages and also the champions at a look

1. Stage (Friday 1 July): Copenhagen-Copenhagen (13km, ITT): Yves Lampaert (BEL).

2. Stage (Saturday 2 July): Roskilde-Nyborg (199 kilometres, level): Fabio Jakobsen (NED).

3. Stage (Sunday 3 July): Vejle-Sonderborg (182 kilometres, flat): Dylan Groenewegen (NED).

Transfer day (Monday 4 July):.

4. Stage (Tuesday 5 July): Dunkerque-Calais (172 km, hilly): Wout van Aert (BEL).

5. Stage (Wednesday 6 July): Lille-Arenberg/Porte du Hainaut (155 kilometres, hilly): Simon Clarke (AUS).

6. Stage (Thursday 7 July): Binche-Longwy (220 km, hilly): Tadej Pogacar (Slovenia).

7. Stage (Friday 8 July): Tomblaine-La Planche de Belles Filles (176 km, mountain finish): Tadej Pogacar (Slovenia).

8th. Stage (Saturday 9 July): Dole-Lausanne (184 kilometres, hilly): Wout van Aert (Belgium).

9. Stage, (Sunday 10 July): Aigle-Chatel (183 kilometres, hilly): Bob Jungels (Luxembourg).

1. Day off (Monday, July 11).

10. Stage (Tuesday 12 July): Morzine-Megeve (148 km, hilly).

11. Stage (Wednesday, July 13): Albertville-Col du Granon (149 km, mountain finish).

12. Stage (Thursday 14 July): Briancon-Alpe d’Huez (166 kilometres, mountain finish).

13. Stage (Friday 15 July): Bourg d’Osains-Saint-Etienne (193 km, flat).

14. Stage (Saturday 16 July): Saint-Etienne-Mende (195 kilometres, hilly).

15. Stage (Sunday 17 July): Rodez-Carcassonne (200 kilometres, flat).

2. Day off (Monday, July 18).

16. Stage (Tuesday 19 July): Carcassonne-Foix (179 kilometres, hilly).

17. Stage (Wednesday 20 July): Saint-Gaudens-Peyragudes (130 kilometres, mountain finish).

18. Stage (Thursday 21 July): Lourdes-Hautacam (143 kilometres, mountain finish).

19. Stage (Friday 22 July): Castelnau-Magnoac-Cahors (189 km, flat).

20. Stage (Saturday 23 July): Lacapelle-Marival-Rocamadour (40km, ITT).

21. Stage (Sunday 24 July): Paris/Nanterre-Paris/Champs Elysees (112 km, flat).

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