The Tour de France rules: What do all the jerseys mean and just how do riders go to the toilet?

by:Chance     2020-10-28
There\'s some movement you can turn on and master what\'s going on in a few seconds.
They scored more goals, she had more points, he was in front of him, etc.
In fact, the fact that a tennis match plays against a serve, or an equation match has more pit stops than another, becomes complicated with the change of tactics.
This is not the case with the Tour de France.
For many, the most famous of the three grand trips by bike is that it\'s as easy to understand as winning in applause --
Rusty old Raleigh in the garden cabin.
How can a rider win without a stage?
What do all the jerseys of different colors mean?
How did they go to the toilet?
The term is introduced here in English, in order to impress, French.
The trip lasted three weeks, during which riders will travel 351 kilometers (about 2,082 miles) nationwide this year ).
The competition is divided into 21 days, with a duration of 5 and a half hours per day and a duration of 230 km kilometers.
Some stages are relatively flat, while others are mountainous.
Each stage has its own winner and provides bonus and points for the top 15 riders in the middle of the finish line and middle line.
The tour consists of five competitions: general classification, points classification, mountain classification, best young riders, and team classification.
Riders who have completed all stages in the shortest possible time-bonuses that have been credited again and again-have been ranked first in the general classification for more than three weeks and won the Tour.
Mountain classification is obtained on the peak of each classified climb and the points earned on the mountaintop finishes.
In the points classification competition, the driver gets a quick reward for the middle punch points during the race.
Therefore, more points can be obtained on a flat stage, while less points can be obtained on the mountain dance stage.
In general, the classification of young riders and teams is won by those who have the fastest time.
There will be more later.
A total of 176 riders participated in 22 teams of 8.
Each team has two support cars to follow around the stadium-one for the main fleet of support cars and the other for the situation where the rider or rider manages to enter the separation zone, director of sports (
Director lecock)
Instructions can be issued via the radio to update the water and supply and provide mechanical assistance and replacement of the bike during the race.
In the event of a puncture or other failure, the rider can also obtain mechanical assistance from the neutral service vehicle and receive treatment from the medical vehicle.
Each team of eight riders will have a team leader or a protected driver, and the rest-known as asdomesti, literally a \"servant\" driver-responsible for supporting him or whether it\'s winning the stage, accumulating points, or winning the overall victory.
As far as the Sky team is concerned, they have an overall competitor at Chris Flom, and the team\'s work includes protecting him, setting the rhythm for him, and chasing attacks from other competitors.
If the leader of the group is an excellent sprinter, for example, not to compete for the overall victory, the focus of the team is to get him close to the front of the group during the sprint phase.
Yellow Jersey (maillot jaune)
As we all know, this is the most important thing.
The famous yellow jerseys are worn by riders at the top of the general classification, which means that they have completed these stages in the shortest possible time.
Wearing only one or two days of yellow clothes on the tour can be the highlight of a cyclist\'s career.
Finally, it will give the winner.
Competitors in the yellow shirt are not worried about winning every stage, or even any stage.
As long as the drivers ahead of the road are behind them in the overall ranking, they will focus on the position of other yellow jersey competitors relative to them.
Green Jersey (maillot vert)
: The rider with the most overall points, the leader of the points classification.
Around half of the race and finish line, the top 15 riders earned points on the middle sprint line. All-
In the last five years Peter Sagan has won the green jersey. The polka-dot jersey (
maillotàpois)
This is a prestigious dress, also known as the King of mountaineering.
The red dot will go to the rider, who first reaches the top of the classified climb and wins the most points in the mountain area of the stage.
Like the Green Jersey system, but specially for climbers.
White Jersey (maillot blanc)
It\'s basically yellow.
In January of that year, riders under the age of 26 had the lowest total time.
These are the four main jerseys, the world champion, and currently Sagan\'s white jersey also has rainbow stripes, and individual national champions also wear national-colored jerseys. Last (
At least)
, Team classification, this is the fastest team.
The number of previous three riders is measured, and the team category rewards the yellow race number.
A red race number was awarded to the rider of the best fights on stage the day before-a man who launched a decent attack or two during the day.
Teams built around sprinter usually lead
In training to run to the end or intermediate sprint stage, guide them quickly
The man goes through the front of the backpack, where he can break through the back of the last lead --
Come out of the people and sprint for it.
Go alone with piggy
Baking on the wheels of other fleets is called \"freelancer \".
Most of the stages of the tour are long-distance road races, but there are also two or three test times.
Often called the contest of truth (
\"You can\'t hide the Wind \")
They saw the riders set out every once in a while, running alone against time along a shorter route than normal.
The time they took the course was then simply added to their total time.
Special time-racing bicycles are used for passengers to adopt flat stages in different positions, designed to be more aerodynamic at the expense of comfort and stability.
The tour is tactical.
Riders are not just trying to set off as fast as possible at any time.
They basically rode together in a major group called peloton, with small groups coming out of the front at almost every stage.
Normally a group of three to six or so riders will leave peloton early and then go out, usually just to reward their sponsor for a period of time with the camera, sometimes it is hoped that they will stick to the game all day and win a stage match.
Breakthroughs rarely include overall competitors, and peloton will be happy to let them wander for 5 to 10 minutes on the road, depending on who they are and swallow them again when they are tired.
Attacks often occur on the climb and will see a rider suddenly disengage from his team and accelerate forward in the hope that other riders will not be able to be with him.
When leaders attack, the territory may be crucial to get them to speed up the climb and hunt down other attacks that other leaders are trying to keep in control.
Crashes can destroy the hope of an overall competitor in a few seconds, which is why teams like Sky team and BMC Racing like to ride in front of peloton, there they are at least at risk of being taken away by a crash.
Riders who are hit or stuck by a crash at the last 3 km of the flat stage will receive the same reward as other peloton.
The trip is largely a gentleman thing, and riders often slow down and let others catch up after a crash or puncture.
It is offensive to attack after such incidents.
In such events, yellow jerseys are often considered to be the cause of peloton.
People do think that cyclists go out for up to five hours a day and how they eat, drink and go to the toilet.
There is a feeding station at each stage along the way, and the rider will grab the bag at this feeding station (musette)
People standing on the side of the road working for their team (a soigneur).
There are energy bars and gels in the bag, as well as sandwiches and drinks.
As for going to the toilet, the rider sometimes takes care of the business while riding the bike, and other riders will be careful not to overtake at the time.
Other times, peloton usually stops on the side of the road in a cautious place, with few viewers, and the camera will be cleverly cut off to show the audience the local architecture or geographical location and guide some historical reviews.
One of the most confusing elements for a novice audience is: why would they give the yellow jersey holder a plush lion at the end of the stage?
Unfortunately, this is not a symbol of riderly\'s strength, but a symbol of lyly, a Credit Bank of France, which has sponsored the jersey since 1987.
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