July 18, 2012; Pau-Bagneres de Luchon, FRANCE; A general view of the peloton during stage sixteen of the 2012 Tour de France between Pau and Bagneres de Luchon. Mandatory Credit: Bernard Papon/Presse Sports via USA TODAY Sports

Tour de France 2014: Stage 7 route, schedule, standings and more


The 2014 Tour de France rolls on Friday morning, with Stage 7 of the cycling competition that begins in Epernay and ends in Nancy.

Entering today’s leg, Vincenzo Nibali of Italy is the proud owner of the yellow jacket as the overall classification leader. Nibali holds a two second lead over Jakob Fuglsang with a tough stage ahead.

The stage will span 234.5 km and it has a mix of flat terrain, climbs and downhill.

If you are unfamiliar with Stage 7 of the Tour de France, you can check out the course map below:

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Live coverage of the race will be available on the NBC Sports Live Extra app.

More information is available on the official Tour de France website.

Here is how the top 20 of the 2014 Tour de France looks entering today’s stage:

1 V. Nibali Astana 24:38:25
2 J. Fuglsang Astana +2
3 P. Sagan Cannondale +44
4 M. Kwiatkowski O.Ph.-Q-Step +50
5 F. Cancellara Trek +1:17
6 J. Van den Broeck Lotto +1:45
7 T. Gallopin Lotto +1:45
8 R. Porte Team Sky +1:54
9 A. Talansky Garmin +2:05
10 A. Valverde Movistar +2:11
11 T. van Garderen BMC Racing +2:11
12 R. Bardet AG2R +2:11
13 R. Costa Lampre +2:11
14 G. Thomas Team Sky +2:16
15 T. Dumoulin Giant +2:25
16 Y. Trofimov Katyusha +2:25
17 B. Mollema Belkin +2:27
18 A. Contador Tinkoff – Saxo +2:37
19 J. Bakelants O.Ph.-Q-Step +2:39
20 P. Velits BMC Racing +2:44

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