Tour de France 2022: Stage 18 | EXTENDED HIGHLIGHTS | 7/21/2022 | Cycling on NBC Sports

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From Lourdes to Hautacam, Stage 18 of the 2022 Tour de France challenges the riders with their last day in the mountains on a 143.2 km climb. #NBCSports #Cycling #TourdeFrance
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Tour de France 2022: Stage 18 | EXTENDED HIGHLIGHTS | 7/21/2022 | Cycling on NBC Sports


Whoareyou says:

When a sprinter attacks everyone on a HC climb, at the 18th stage…
I’m calling Shananigans.

But it is all good and well.


I'm a big Sepp Kuss fan, having spent time in Durango.
Still found myself rooting for Pogacar.
Epic tour de France


With all the drones, why does the tdf even need helicopters?


In my opinion Jack Bauer was pretty nice about that crash.
I would have been cursing and screaming at the guy.

lawman7117 says:

Who said WvA could only sprint? Poppycock! Give him the RED (most aggressive rider) jersey for that impressive effort!

Carl Guderian says:

enough about Cavendish

J. Pisansky says:

Why organizers don't stop those moronic fans, who yell (and worse) straight to racers' faces? And then wearing face masks at the podium?! Highly hypocritical.

Barret Fishner says:

Not in 52yrs? But Armstrong and Ulrich both took turns waiting for one another through the years.

Thaddeus Howe says:

I remember earlier in the Tour Phil saying he thought WvA could win the GC in the future and Bob literally laughing him out. Oh how things have changed.

Cool in the 80’s says:

The people ask for more aggressive racing and man the riders delivered amazing stage

Thaddeus Howe says:

If WvA drops a but of weight he could be a serious GC contender next year. Man is an absolute machine.

Leave a Good Legacy says:

Great Racing

Fred Howland says:

Love these extended highlights! Merci beacoup NBC!

Mr. D says:

This is really sick. If this isnt some new, awesome drugs its legendary.

slowlong says:

Time to get rid of half the motorcycles and cars in race. These accidents happen way to often.

Stephanie Fortney says:

An incredible race! Jonas showed such great character in waiting for Tadej… a gentleman… not to mention how well these guys rode, the decent was just as exciting to watch as their strength climbing….the whole race was Great so much going on, an now only a few days left, I don’t want it to be over, yet they have to be exhausted, they’re super humans in my book. Denmark has to be very proud of Jonas so cool
Thank you NBC for these Highlights, certainly enjoyed and appreciated by many.

WEVA111 says:

At 43:30 , did the Yellow Jersey get hit in the face with something?

forget_your_life says:

" Never in my 52 years" —Armstrong did it when Ulrich splashed down in the rain.

Zuke says:

Incredible win! Super classy for Jonas to wait after Tadej crashed and beat him fair and square. Wout was a beast riding Tadej off his wheel!! 2nd most exciting stage of the TdF!

jimbo boheem says:

Amazing! Great sportsmanship waiting for Pogacar

Stovar11 says:

Man, what a race.

Rick Anglada says:

Great racing by JV, TP, & WVA.
So much respect and class.

forget_your_life says:

Thank you NBC!!!

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