Stage 2 | 203.5km | Start 12h30 (Local time)

Düsseldorf / Liège

  • Marcel Kittel makes it ten

    Germany's Marcel Kittel claimed his tenth stage victory at the Tour de France since 2013. He won the bunch sprint at quai des Ardennes in Liège ahead of French champion Arnaud Démare and André Greipel who remains ahead of his compatriot on the victory tally with eleven stage wins. Chris Froome and Romain Bardet crashed but finished in the peloton like Geraint Thomas who retained the yellow jersey.

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The stage in videos

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Onboard camera - Stage 2 - Tour de France 2017

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  • Taylor Phinney: "Now we're friends for life"
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  • Summary - Stage 2 - Tour de France 2017
  • Yoann Offredo: "It was not a publicity...
  • Geraint Thomas: "It was really nervous"
  • Marcel Kittel: "I'm super happy"
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  • Finish - Stage 2 - Tour de France 2017
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  • Magazine - Stage 2 - Tour de France 2017
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  • Presentation - Stage 2 - Tour de France 2017
  • Etape 2 : La vallée de Néander avec Tony...
  • Liège province and cities

The stage in pictures

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Tour de France 2017 - 02/07/2017 - Etape 2 - Düsseldorf / Liège (203,5 km) - Belgique - Marcel KITTEL (QUICK - STEP FLOORS) © ASO/Thomas MAHEUX

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Tourist attractions

On the road

 

Église à Erkrath © Jürgen Treiber

Pop: 44,000
This new town in the suburbs of Duesseldorf is the homeland of two German international footballers who started their career with Fortuna, Klaus and Thomas Allofs. Klaus, who had 56 caps for Germany, played in France for Olympique Marseille and Girondins Bordeaux while Thomas spent some time in Strasbourg.

 

Église à Erkrath © Jürgen Treiber

Pop: 44,000
This new town in the suburbs of Duesseldorf is the homeland of two German international footballers who started their career with Fortuna, Klaus and Thomas Allofs. Klaus, who had 56 caps for Germany, played in France for Olympique Marseille and Girondins Bordeaux while Thomas spent some time in Strasbourg.

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