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Tour de France 2012, Stage 14: TV Coverage, Route And More

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Andre Greipel grabbed a narrow win in Stage 13, but after nearly 60 hours of cycling, Bradley Wiggins of the United Kingdom remains in a strong, two-minute lead for the Yellow Jersey.

Stage 14 brings the first taste of the Pyrenees mountains, though it does not rank as the most bumpy of stages. Here is a look at the Stage 14 profile, which offers a taste of the hills and valleys the teams will encounter:


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The winding route will begin in Limoux and end in Foix, with one big curve in the middle. Here's a look at the map for Sunday's stage:


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Broadcast: NBC Sports Network (TV)

Time: 7:00 a.m. CDT

For additional details on the stage, including maps and route information, visit the Tour de France website. For more analysis, be sure to view the embedded video below from SB Nation Studios.

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