How to watch stage 20 of the 2024 Tour de France

Tour de France leader Tadej Pogačar on the podium after stage 17
Tour de France leader Tadej Pogačar on the podium after stage 17 (Image credit: Getty Images)

The 2024 Tour de France nears its end with just five more stages to go before the finish in Nice. Friday's stage 19 brings the race nearly back to where the action started in the Alps.

The next two stages are short but packed with climbing as the Tour de France overall contenders fight to move up in the GC standings.

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Tour de France stage schedule
DateStageStart/Finish times (EDT)Start/Finish times (CEST)
19-JulStage 196:20 - 10:2812:20 - 16:28
20-JulStage 207:35 - 11:1813:35 - 17:18
21-JulStage 218:40 - 1:30pm14:40 - 19:30
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