Tour de France 2017 Live Stream: Watch Stage 15 Online

stage 15

Tour de France 2017, Stage 15 begins on July 16th, 2017 at 7:30 AM EST from Laissac-Sévérac-l’Église and covers a distance of 189.5 km ending in Le Puy-en-Velay. This is the last Hilly stage of the event.

Australian Michael Matthews outpaced Olympic champion Greg Van Avermaet in the final meters in Rodez, winning the stage 14 of the 104th Tour de France.

Matthews seized second straight victory for Team Sunweb after teammate Warren Barguil took the stage 13 at Foix.

Britain’s Chris Froome managed to finish seventh but reclaimed the yellow jersey after a vigorous uphill sprint at the end. He now leads by18-second over Italy’s Fabio Aru.

Stage 15 features some breathtaking scenic beauty on its route in the Aubrac and also has the category 1 col de Peyra-Taillade, which is an unparalleled route of the Tour de France. The peloton will be going through some brutal muscle strains before the rest day as this course has gradients up to 14% and a summit above 1000m of altitude with 31km more to conquer.

How to watch Tour de France 2017 Online:

Date and Time: July 16th, 2017 7:30 AM EST

TV: NBCSN (US)

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