Tour de France Odds, Results, Standings & Route 2023
In this post you can find Tour de France odds plus the results, standings and route for the world’s most famous cycling race.
The 110th edition of the Tour de France commenced in Bilbao, Spain, on the 1st of July and will finish with the final stage at Champs-Élysées, Paris, on the 23rd of July.
This year’s event started with 176 participants from 27 different nations.
Tour de France Info
Dates: 1–23 July 2023
Distance: 3,406 km
Channel?: ITV and Eurosport
Before the 2023 Tour de France commenced, many expected it to be a two-way battle between defending champion Jonas Vingegaard (Team Jumbo–Visma) and two-time winner Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates). Both riders have dominated the event these last two years, with them finishing first and second last year, with the positions, reversed in 2021.
However, with British Rider Adam Yates won the first stage in Bilbao for his team UAE Team Emirates, and Frenchman Victor Lafay won the second stage in the Vitoria-Gasteiz to San Sebastián leg of the event for his team UCI WorldTeam Cofidis. With neither of the two expected leading race contenders landing a victor in this year’s Tour de France just yet, has this changed the betting market any bit?
ICYMI: Here’s the brilliant attack by Victor Lafay from the back of the Peleton to win Stage 2 of the Tour de France. 🇫🇷🚲🍾
— Sanny Rudravajhala 📻📺📝 (@SannyR1985) July 3, 2023
Tour de France Odds
|Tour de France Odds 2023|
|M. Jensen Skjelmose||25/1||3.8%|
Tour de France Favourites
Tadej Pogacar – 10/11
The winner of the 2020 and 2021 Tour de France came into this event as the second favourite behind 2022 champion Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma). However, he is now the favourite for the competition after finishing in the same group and on the same real-time in the first two stages.
Pogačar still built an 11-second lead over the defending champion through time bonuses, coming third in both the first and second stage to be currently sat second behind Adam Yates in the General Classification +6 behind.
A Pogacar le seguirá doliendo la muñeca, fijo, pero la lectura de estos dos primeros días es que es un ganador. Su ambición contrasta con el conservadurismo de Vingegaard. Tadej bonifica arriba, se lanza bajando y se mete en sprints. Está loco. #TDF2023 pic.twitter.com/wDBNDQlOnM
— Alberto Marcos Gallego (@albermg) July 2, 2023
Jonas Vingegaard – 11/10
The defending 2022 Tour de France Champion finds himself in sixth place in the General Classification, which has seen him drift slightly in the betting from favourite to second favourite behind main rival Pogacar.
In the first stage at Bilbao, he finished in nineth place +12 off winner Adam Yates. However, during the second stage, he was the subject of “controversy” after he chose to follow Tadej Pogacar on the Jaizkibel climb instead of working in the final kilometres for his teammate Wout van Aert; he eventually finished sixteenth, with his teammate coming second.
Vingegaard will need to step it up in the next few stages or risk Tadej and the other riders building a gap on him on the General Classification Leaderboard.
— Eurosport (@eurosport) July 2, 2023
Jai Hindley – 14/1
Heading into the Tour de France, many tipped Jai to make a charge for a podium place at this year’s event, and he has quietly gone about his business in the opening two stages to be currently in eight-place and +22 in the overall standings behind Adam Yates.
At stage one in Bilbao, he finished in seventh place +12 behind winner Adam Yates and in the second stage, he finished in ninth place. Hindley has been very complimentary toward his teammates thus far, and the relationship could be the ace he has in the pack compared with other teams.
“They were all over me like bees over honey! 🐝🍯”@JaiHindley was full of praise for his @BORAhansgrohe teammates, who rallied behind him on the opening stage!#CouchPeloton #TDF2023 #SBSTDF pic.twitter.com/jmpmAAfaBX
— SBS Sport (@SBSSportau) July 2, 2023
Adam Yates – 20/1
The British rider has struck up an early storm to currently be wearing the famous Yellow Jersey as he leads the General Classification after the two opening stages of the event. Adam won the first stage, remarkably ousting his twin brother Simon to win the opening event, coming +4 ahead.
The second stage was less fruitful as he came in nineteenth place, this time one place behind his twin brother Simon in eighteenth. Yates wears the Yellow Jersey after two stages, but can he hold onto it for longer? The current betting odds would suggest not for too much longer but time will tell.
A delighted but exhausted Adam Yates reflects on his Tour de France stage win 🗣 pic.twitter.com/73S7Bkblq4
— Eurosport (@eurosport) July 1, 2023
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