Tour de France 2017 Live Stream: TDF Stage 3 tv channel schedule, preview, results

Tour de France Stage 3 will be tougher for the riders in comparison to Stage 2. With plenty of hills on the road, it is anticipated for numbers of riders to attempt a breakaway in which the contenders may be comfortable to stay near with them.

Stage 3 will kick off from the two of Verviers, the two of Philippe Gilbert. The cyclicts will hurdle about 212.5km long to the French two of Longway. Because of it’s hilly road going to the finish, the cyclists will have to topple five categorize d climbs. Thus, it is going to be harder for all the competitors.

Sprinters like Mark Cavendish, Andre Greipel and Marcel Kittel will absolute not take part in the sprint to the finish for this terrain is not fitted for them. Moreover, there’s the final climb which will bring difficulties to the aspiring stage 3 winner riders.

For this kind of terrain, Peter Sagan can launch an attack just within the 10km to the finish. Sagan can win this stage if he diligently employ his plan. Philippe Gilbert will also have a chance to dislodge himself inside the 20km to the finish.

For Team Sky, it is a chance to keep the yellow jersey in the hands of Geraint Thomas or the time might pull a surprise move to allow Chris Froome get some time against his rivals. Last year, Team Sky delivered a lot of surprises for Froome to get the maximum advantage. Because of what the crashed that involved Team Sky in Stage 2, they will probably be in front of the peloton to avoid such another situation.

Tour de France stage 3 will start at 6:25 AM ET and with the live television viewing in the United States by NBCSN which will begin the coverage at 8:00 AM ET.

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