1982 Tour de France, Stage 11 to Stage 21

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Route of the 1982 Tour de France

The 1982 Tour de France was the 69th edition of Tour de France, one of cycling's Grand Tours. The Tour began in Basel, Switzerland with a prologue individual time trial on 2 July and Stage 11 occurred on 14 July with an individual time trial from Valence d'Agen. The race finished on the Champs-Élysées in Paris on 25 July.

Contents

Stage 11

14 July 1982 — Valence d'Agen, 57.3 km (35.6 mi) (individual time trial) [1]

Stage 11 result [2]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Gerrie Knetemann  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx 1h 17' 29"
2Flag of France.svg  Bernard Hinault  (FRA) Renault-Elf-Gitane + 18"
3Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Daniel Willems  (BEL) Sunair-Colnago-Campagnolo + 1' 36"
4Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Jan van Houwelingen  (NED) Vermeer-Thijs-Gios + 2' 29"
5Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Coop-Mercier-Mavic s.t.
6Flag of Germany.svg  Dietrich Thurau  (FRG) Hoonved-Botecchia + 2' 36"
7Flag of France.svg  Régis Clère  (FRA) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 2' 45"
8Flag of Switzerland.svg  Daniel Gisiger  (SUI) Hoonved-Botecchia + 2' 56"
9Flag of Spain.svg  Alberto Fernández  (ESP) Teka + 3' 02"
10Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Fons De Wolf  (BEL) Vermeer-Thijs-Gios + 3' 03"
General classification after stage 11 [3]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of France.svg  Bernard Hinault  (FRA) Jersey yellow.svg Renault-Elf-Gitane 45h 53' 32"
2Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Gerrie Knetemann  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 14"
3Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Phil Anderson  (AUS) Peugeot-Shell-Michelin + 2' 03"
4Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Daniel Willems  (BEL) Sunair-Colnago-Campagnolo + 2' 31"
5Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Ludo Peeters  (BEL) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 3' 38"
6Flag of France.svg  Régis Clère  (FRA) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 4' 20"
7Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 4' 26"
8Flag of France.svg  Bernard Vallet  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane + 5' 43"
9Flag of Ireland.svg  Sean Kelly  (IRL) SEM-France Loire-Campagnolo + 6' 10"
10Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Johan van der Velde  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 6' 34"

Stage 12

15 July 1982 — Fleurance to Pau, 249 km (154.7 mi) [4]

Stage 12 result [2]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Ireland.svg  Sean Kelly  (IRL) SEM-France Loire-Campagnolo 6h 55' 47"
2Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Phil Anderson  (AUS) Peugeot-Shell-Michelin s.t.
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Johan van der Velde  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx s.t.
4Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Guy Nulens  (BEL) DAF Trucks-Tévé Blad-Rossin s.t.
5Flag of France.svg  Bernard Vallet  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane s.t.
6Flag of Spain.svg  Marino Lejarreta  (ESP) Teka s.t.
7Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Winnen  (NED) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx s.t.
8Flag of Italy.svg  Mario Beccia  (ITA) Hoonved-Botecchia s.t.
9Flag of France.svg  Robert Alban  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane s.t.
10Flag of Norway.svg  Jostein Wilmann  (NOR) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx s.t.
General classification after stage 12 [5]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of France.svg  Bernard Hinault  (FRA) Jersey yellow.svg Renault-Elf-Gitane 52h 49' 19"
2Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Phil Anderson  (AUS) Peugeot-Shell-Michelin + 2' 03"
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 4' 26"
4Flag of France.svg  Bernard Vallet  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane + 5' 43"
5Flag of Ireland.svg  Sean Kelly  (IRL) SEM-France Loire-Campagnolo + 6' 10"
6Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Daniel Willems  (BEL) Sunair-Colnago-Campagnolo + 6' 24"
7Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Johan van der Velde  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 6' 34"
8Flag of Norway.svg  Jostein Wilmann  (NOR) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx + 7' 24"
9Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Hennie Kuiper  (NED) DAF Trucks-Tévé Blad-Rossin + 7' 26"
10Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Ludo Peeters  (BEL) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 7' 31"

Stage 13

16 July 1982 — Pau to Saint-Lary-Soulan Pla d'Adet, 121 km (75.2 mi) [6]

Stage 13 result [2]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Switzerland.svg  Beat Breu  (SUI) Cilo-Aufina 3h 40' 27"
2Flag of France.svg  Robert Alban  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane + 35"
3Flag of Spain.svg  Alberto Fernández  (ESP) Teka + 40"
4Flag of France.svg  Bernard Vallet  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane + 51"
5Flag of France.svg  Raymond Martin  (FRA) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 52"
6Flag of France.svg  Bernard Hinault  (FRA) Jersey yellow.svg Renault-Elf-Gitane + 54"
7Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 59"
8Flag of France.svg  Marc Madiot  (FRA) Renault-Elf-Gitane + 1' 45"
9Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Johan van der Velde  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 1' 46"
10Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Winnen  (NED) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx s.t.
General classification after stage 13 [7]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of France.svg  Bernard Hinault  (FRA) Jersey yellow.svg Renault-Elf-Gitane 56h 30' 40"
2Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Phil Anderson  (AUS) Peugeot-Shell-Michelin + 3' 12"
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 4' 31"
4Flag of France.svg  Bernard Vallet  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane + 5' 40"
5Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Johan van der Velde  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 7' 26"
6Flag of Norway.svg  Jostein Wilmann  (NOR) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx + 8' 18"
7Flag of Switzerland.svg  Beat Breu  (SUI) Cilo-Aufina + 8' 35"
8Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Hennie Kuiper  (NED) DAF Trucks-Tévé Blad-Rossin + 8' 55"
9Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Winnen  (NED) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx + 9' 13"
10Flag of France.svg  Raymond Martin  (FRA) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 9' 43"

Stage 14

18 July 1982 — Martigues, 32.5 km (20.2 mi) (individual time trial) [8]

Stage 14 result [2]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of France.svg  Bernard Hinault  (FRA) Jersey yellow.svg Renault-Elf-Gitane 45' 12"
2Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Jan van Houwelingen  (NED) Vermeer-Thijs-Gios + 49"
3Flag of Switzerland.svg  Daniel Gisiger  (SUI) Hoonved-Botecchia + 53"
4Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 55"
5Flag of France.svg  Bernard Vallet  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane + 59"
6Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Gerrie Knetemann  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 1' 10"
7Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Johan De Muynck  (BEL) La Redoute-Motobecane + 1' 11"
8Flag of Spain.svg  Alberto Fernández  (ESP) Teka + 1' 13"
9Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Gery Verlinden  (BEL) Sunair-Colnago-Campagnolo + 1' 15"
10Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Fons De Wolf  (BEL) Vermeer-Thijs-Gios + 1' 21"
General classification after stage 14 [9]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of France.svg  Bernard Hinault  (FRA) Jersey yellow.svg Renault-Elf-Gitane 57h 15' 52"
2Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Phil Anderson  (AUS) Peugeot-Shell-Michelin + 5' 17"
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 5' 26"
4Flag of France.svg  Bernard Vallet  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane + 6' 39"
5Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Johan van der Velde  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 9' 36"
6Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Hennie Kuiper  (NED) DAF Trucks-Tévé Blad-Rossin + 10' 36"
7Flag of Norway.svg  Jostein Wilmann  (NOR) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx + 10' 49"
8Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Winnen  (NED) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx + 11' 00"
9Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Daniel Willems  (BEL) Sunair-Colnago-Campagnolo + 11' 27"
10Flag of Switzerland.svg  Beat Breu  (SUI) Cilo-Aufina + 12' 01"

Stage 15

19 July 1982 — Manosque to Orcières-Merlette, 204 km (127 mi) [10]

Stage 15 result [2]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of France.svg  Pascal Simon  (FRA) Peugeot-Shell-Michelin 6h 34' 41"
2Flag of France.svg  Pierre-Henri Menthéour  (FRA) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 9"
3Flag of France.svg  Jean-René Bernaudeau  (FRA) Peugeot-Shell-Michelin + 1' 21"
4Flag of Italy.svg  Mario Beccia  (ITA) Hoonved-Botecchia + 1' 35"
5Flag of France.svg  Christian Seznec  (FRA) Wolber-Spidel + 1' 38"
6Flag of France.svg  Robert Alban  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane + 1' 42"
7Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Winnen  (NED) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx + 1' 47"
8Flag of Switzerland.svg  Beat Breu  (SUI) Cilo-Aufina + 1' 48"
9Flag of Spain.svg  Alberto Fernández  (ESP) Teka + 1' 49"
10Flag of France.svg  Raymond Martin  (FRA) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 2' 57"
General classification after stage 15 [11]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of France.svg  Bernard Hinault  (FRA) Jersey yellow.svg Renault-Elf-Gitane 63h 53' 40"
2Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 5' 26"
3Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Phil Anderson  (AUS) Peugeot-Shell-Michelin + 7' 57"
4Flag of France.svg  Bernard Vallet  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane + 9' 19"
5Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Johan van der Velde  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 9' 27"
6Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Winnen  (NED) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx + 9' 40"
7Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Hennie Kuiper  (NED) DAF Trucks-Tévé Blad-Rossin + 10' 36"
8Flag of Switzerland.svg  Beat Breu  (SUI) Cilo-Aufina + 10' 42"
9Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Daniel Willems  (BEL) Sunair-Colnago-Campagnolo + 12' 12"
10Flag of Norway.svg  Jostein Wilmann  (NOR) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx + 12' 51"

Stage 16

20 July 1982 — Orcières-Merlette to Alpe d'Huez, 121 km (75 mi) [12]

Stage 16 result [2]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Switzerland.svg  Beat Breu  (SUI) Cilo-Aufina 3h 24' 22"
2Flag of France.svg  Robert Alban  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane + 16"
3Flag of Spain.svg  Alberto Fernández  (ESP) Teka + 1' 18"
4Flag of France.svg  Raymond Martin  (FRA) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 1' 22"
5Flag of France.svg  Bernard Hinault  (FRA) Jersey yellow.svg Renault-Elf-Gitane + 1' 26"
6Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Coop-Mercier-Mavic s.t.
7Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Winnen  (NED) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx s.t.
8Flag of France.svg  Bernard Vallet  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane + 2' 12"
9Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Johan van der Velde  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx s.t.
10Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Paul Wellens  (BEL) Wickes-Bouwmarkt-Splendor + 2' 51"
General classification after stage 16 [13]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of France.svg  Bernard Hinault  (FRA) Jersey yellow.svg Renault-Elf-Gitane 67h 19' 28"
2Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 5' 26"
3Flag of Switzerland.svg  Beat Breu  (SUI) Cilo-Aufina + 9' 16"
4Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Winnen  (NED) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx + 9' 40"
5Flag of France.svg  Bernard Vallet  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane + 10' 05"
6Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Johan van der Velde  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 10' 13"
7Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Phil Anderson  (AUS) Peugeot-Shell-Michelin s.t.
8Flag of France.svg  Raymond Martin  (FRA) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 12' 50"
9Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Hennie Kuiper  (NED) DAF Trucks-Tévé Blad-Rossin + 12' 57"
10Flag of France.svg  Robert Alban  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane + 13' 13"

Stage 17

21 July 1982 — Le Bourg-d'Oisans to Morzine, 244 km (152 mi) [14]

Stage 17 result [2]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Winnen  (NED) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx 7h 34' 20"
2Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Johan van der Velde  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 32"
3Flag of France.svg  Jean-René Bernaudeau  (FRA) Peugeot-Shell-Michelin + 1' 24"
4Flag of France.svg  Robert Alban  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane + 1' 51"
5Flag of Sweden.svg  Sven-Åke Nilsson  (SWE) Wolber-Spidel + 1' 53"
6Flag of France.svg  Bernard Hinault  (FRA) Jersey yellow.svg Renault-Elf-Gitane + 2' 27"
7Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Phil Anderson  (AUS) Peugeot-Shell-Michelin s.t.
8Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 2' 28"
9Flag of Spain.svg  Alberto Fernández  (ESP) Teka s.t.
10Flag of France.svg  Raymond Martin  (FRA) Coop-Mercier-Mavic s.t.
General classification after stage 17 [15]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of France.svg  Bernard Hinault  (FRA) Jersey yellow.svg Renault-Elf-Gitane 74h 56' 15"
2Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 5' 27"
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Winnen  (NED) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx + 7' 13"
4Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Johan van der Velde  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 8' 18"
5Flag of Switzerland.svg  Beat Breu  (SUI) Cilo-Aufina + 9' 17"
6Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Phil Anderson  (AUS) Peugeot-Shell-Michelin + 10' 13"
7Flag of France.svg  Robert Alban  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane + 12' 37"
8Flag of France.svg  Raymond Martin  (FRA) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 12' 51"
9Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Hennie Kuiper  (NED) DAF Trucks-Tévé Blad-Rossin + 14' 30"
10Flag of Spain.svg  Alberto Fernández  (ESP) Teka + 15' 30"

Stage 18

22 July 1982 — Morzine to Saint-Priest, 230 km (140 mi) [16]

Stage 18 result [2]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Adri van Houwelingen  (NED) Vermeer-Thijs-Gios 6h 32' 51"
2Flag of Ireland.svg  Sean Kelly  (IRL) SEM-France Loire-Campagnolo + 10' 31"
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Leo van Vliet  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx s.t.
4Flag of Switzerland.svg  Stefan Mutter  (SUI) Puch-Eurotex-Campagnolo s.t.
5Flag of New Zealand.svg  Eric McKenzie  (NZL) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx s.t.
6Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Johan van der Velde  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx s.t.
7Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Ludo Peeters  (BEL) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx s.t.
8Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Fons De Wolf  (BEL) Vermeer-Thijs-Gios s.t.
9Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Adri van der Poel  (NED) DAF Trucks-Tévé Blad-Rossin s.t.
10Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Ludwig Wijnants  (BEL) Sunair-Colnago-Campagnolo s.t.
General classification after stage 18 [17]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of France.svg  Bernard Hinault  (FRA) Jersey yellow.svg Renault-Elf-Gitane 81h 39' 49"
2Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 5' 27"
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Winnen  (NED) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx + 7' 13"
4Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Johan van der Velde  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 8' 06"
5Flag of Switzerland.svg  Beat Breu  (SUI) Cilo-Aufina + 9' 05"
6Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Phil Anderson  (AUS) Peugeot-Shell-Michelin + 10' 01"
7Flag of France.svg  Robert Alban  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane + 12' 25"
8Flag of France.svg  Raymond Martin  (FRA) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 12' 39"
9Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Hennie Kuiper  (NED) DAF Trucks-Tévé Blad-Rossin + 14' 18"
10Flag of Spain.svg  Alberto Fernández  (ESP) Teka + 15' 18"

Stage 19

23 July 1982 — Saint-Priest, 48 km (30 mi) (individual time trial) [18]

Stage 19 result [2]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of France.svg  Bernard Hinault  (FRA) Jersey yellow.svg Renault-Elf-Gitane 1h 04' 29"
2Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Gerrie Knetemann  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 9"
3Flag of France.svg  Pascal Poisson  (FRA) Renault-Elf-Gitane + 19"
4Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Daniel Willems  (BEL) Sunair-Colnago-Campagnolo + 34"
5Flag of France.svg  Régis Clère  (FRA) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 47"
6Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 54"
7Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Johan van der Velde  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 1' 13"
8Flag of Ireland.svg  Sean Kelly  (IRL) SEM-France Loire-Campagnolo + 1' 39"
9Flag of Switzerland.svg  Serge Demierre  (SUI) Cilo-Aufina + 1' 44"
10Flag of Spain.svg  Alberto Fernández  (ESP) Teka + 1' 51"
General classification after stage 19 [19]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of France.svg  Bernard Hinault  (FRA) Jersey yellow.svg Renault-Elf-Gitane 82h 44' 18"
2Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 6' 21"
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Johan van der Velde  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 9' 19"
4Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Winnen  (NED) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx + 9' 24"
5Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Phil Anderson  (AUS) Peugeot-Shell-Michelin + 12' 16"
6Flag of Switzerland.svg  Beat Breu  (SUI) Cilo-Aufina + 13' 21"
7Flag of France.svg  Raymond Martin  (FRA) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 15' 35"
8Flag of Spain.svg  Alberto Fernández  (ESP) Teka + 11' 00"
9Flag of France.svg  Robert Alban  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane + 11' 27"
10Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Daniel Willems  (BEL) Sunair-Colnago-Campagnolo + 12' 01"

Stage 20

24 July 1982 — Sens to Aulnay-sous-Bois, 159 km (99 mi) [20]

Stage 20 result [2]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Daniel Willems  (BEL) Sunair-Colnago-Campagnolo 4h 22' 21"
2Flag of Ireland.svg  Sean Kelly  (IRL) SEM-France Loire-Campagnolo s.t.
3Flag of France.svg  Didier Vanoverschelde  (FRA) La Redoute-Motobecane s.t.
4Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Dirk Wayenberg  (BEL) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx s.t.
5Flag of France.svg  Jean-Louis Gauthier  (FRA) Coop-Mercier-Mavic s.t.
6Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Hennie Kuiper  (NED) DAF Trucks-Tévé Blad-Rossin s.t.
7Flag of France.svg  Marcel Tinazzi  (FRA) SEM-France Loire-Campagnolo + 14"
8Flag of Switzerland.svg  Gilbert Glaus  (SUI) Cilo-Aufina + 43"
9Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Leo van Vliet  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx s.t.
10Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Ad Wijnands  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx s.t.
General classification after stage 20 [21]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of France.svg  Bernard Hinault  (FRA) Jersey yellow.svg Renault-Elf-Gitane 87h 07' 22"
2Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 6' 21"
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Johan van der Velde  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 8' 59"
4Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Winnen  (NED) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx + 9' 24"
5Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Phil Anderson  (AUS) Peugeot-Shell-Michelin + 12' 16"
6Flag of Switzerland.svg  Beat Breu  (SUI) Cilo-Aufina + 13' 21"
7Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Daniel Willems  (BEL) Sunair-Colnago-Campagnolo + 15' 33"
8Flag of France.svg  Raymond Martin  (FRA) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 15' 35"
9Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Hennie Kuiper  (NED) DAF Trucks-Tévé Blad-Rossin + 17' 01"
10Flag of Spain.svg  Alberto Fernández  (ESP) Teka + 17' 09"

Stage 21

25 July 1982 — Fontenay-sous-Bois to Paris Champs-Élysées, 186.8 km (116.1 mi) [22]

Stage 21 result [2]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of France.svg  Bernard Hinault  (FRA) Jersey yellow.svg Renault-Elf-Gitane 5h 01' 24"
2Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Adri van der Poel  (NED) DAF Trucks-Tévé Blad-Rossin s.t.
3Flag of France.svg  Yvon Bertin  (FRA) Coop-Mercier-Mavic s.t.
4Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Rudy Pevenage  (BEL) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx s.t.
5Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Fons De Wolf  (BEL) Vermeer-Thijs-Gios s.t.
6Flag of Switzerland.svg  Mike Gutmann  (SUI) Puch-Eurotex-Campagnolo s.t.
7Flag of New Zealand.svg  Eric McKenzie  (NZL) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx s.t.
8Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Paul Sherwen  (GBR) La Redoute-Motobecane s.t.
9Flag of Switzerland.svg  Stefan Mutter  (SUI) Puch-Eurotex-Campagnolo s.t.
10Flag of France.svg  Marc Gomez  (FRA) Wolber-Spidel s.t.
General classification after stage 21 [2]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of France.svg  Bernard Hinault  (FRA) Jersey yellow.svg Renault-Elf-Gitane 92h 08' 46"
2Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 6' 21"
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Johan van der Velde  (NED) Ti Raleigh-Campagnolo-Merckx + 8' 59"
4Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Winnen  (NED) Capri Sonne-Campagnolo-Merckx + 9' 24"
5Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Phil Anderson  (AUS) Peugeot-Shell-Michelin + 12' 16"
6Flag of Switzerland.svg  Beat Breu  (SUI) Cilo-Aufina + 13' 21"
7Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Daniel Willems  (BEL) Sunair-Colnago-Campagnolo + 15' 33"
8Flag of France.svg  Raymond Martin  (FRA) Coop-Mercier-Mavic + 15' 35"
9Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Hennie Kuiper  (NED) DAF Trucks-Tévé Blad-Rossin + 17' 01"
10Flag of Spain.svg  Alberto Fernández  (ESP) Teka + 17' 09"

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