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Tour of Switzerland (Tour de Suisse) 2021 - Overall Winner

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Tour de Suisse 2021

The 2021 Tour de Suisse is an upcoming cycling stage race that will be begun with a super ITT and will continue from Sunday 6 and Sunday 13 June 2021 in Switzerland. This is a wonderful race that is about to organise 2 individual time trials for the racers. It will be the 84th edition of the Tour de Suisse and is expected to be the 22nd event on the 2021 UCI World Tour. This year the race is going to take a run as a 2.UWT on the UCI Worldtour.

The race was first held in 1933 and has evolved in timing, duration and sponsorship. Like the Tour de France and the Dauphiné, the Tour de Suisse has several stages with significant mountain climbs in the Swiss Alps and at least one individual time trial. Along with the Critérium du Dauphiné, it is considered a proving ground for the Tour de France, which is on the calendar two weeks after the end of the Tour de Suisse. Since 2011 the event is part of the UCI World Tour, cycling's highest level of professional races.

Owing to the outbreak of the coronavirus, the 2020 edition was cancelled.

The Route

The route consists of 8 extreme stages covering an overall 1,015.1 km race distance on the Swiss roads. The race is in essence a bunch of sprints that go flat, hilly and rocky pathways.

On Sunday, the 1st stage kicks off with a thundering individual time trial at Frauenfeld and concludes in the same location over a 10.9 km race distance. In the 2nd stage, riders can be seen heading to the steep roads and they can find some lower climbs to push them to be more confident on the ride. Stage 3 is also a little identical to stage 2, which will start from Lachen to finish at Pfaffnau with almost 185 km.

On the fourth stage, racers will face some medium mountainous tracks, while the 5th and 6th stages are expected to completely traverse high mountainous regions. Many climbers will improve their readiness for the upcoming larger clash during these stages.

The 7th stage will be a mountain time trial from Disentis-Sedrun to Andermatt. The Queen Stage on Sunday passes via Furka, Grimsel, and Susten before declining into Wassen. The route then climbs to Andermatt through the scenic Schöllenen Gorge, with the final fight on the Andermatt expected to be a mind-blowing action among the riders competing for first place on the tour.

Participating Teams

There are seen taking part in many riders in the race to put their best efforts so that they can win the first position. Not only seasoned riders compete in the race, but there are also seen some freshers giving hard labours to the ride in their parity. However, the following are the expected competing teams to race in full force:

Competing Teams: Deceuninck - Quick Step, Astana - Premier Tech, Rally Cycling, Team DSM, UAE-Team Emirates, AG2R Citroën Team, Cofidis–Solutions Crédits, BORA - hansgrohe, Bahrain - Victorious, EF Education - Nippo, Groupama - FDJ, Team Jumbo-Visma, INEOS Grenadiers, Lotto Soudal, Movistar Team, Team BikeExchange, Alpecin-Fenix, Trek - Segafredo, Switzerland and so on.

Recent Victorians

Colombian cyclist Egan Arley Bernal Gómez won the recently held Tour de Suisse in 2019 with great accomplishments. He took his victory by beating respectively Rohan Dennis (Bahrain–Merida) and Patrick Konrad (Bora–Hansgrohe).

Other contemporary victorians of this prestigious tour are including Richie Porte (BMC Racing Team) 2018, Simon Špilak (Team Katusha–Alpecin) 2017, Miguel Ángel López (Astana) 2016, Simon Špilak (Team Katusha) 2015.