Tour de France Stage 11: Versus TV and Live Streaming Schedule

Adam Hirshfield@ahirshfieldFeatured ColumnistJuly 15, 2010

GAP, FRANCE - JULY 14: Andy Schleck of team Saxo Bank wears the yellow jersey while riding the 179km Stage 10 of the Tour de France on July 14, 2010 in Gap, France. The route from Chambery to Gap features a number of climbs including the category one Cote de Laffrey. Sergio Paulinho of Portugal and riding for team RadioShack won the stage while Luxembourg's Schleck continues to wear the yellow jersey with a slim lead of Alberto Contador of team Astana.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Spencer Platt/Getty Images

After a relatively uneventful Stage 10 on Wednesday, where the leaders remained more or less in place, the 2010 Tour de France resumes Thursday morning with a 184.5 km jaunt from Sisteron to Bourg-lès-Valence.

The route is largely flat lands, though there's a steep climb up the Col de Cabre about a quarter of the way into the day's course.

Luxembourg's Andy Schleck is still in the yellow jersey, thanks to a solid Team Saxo Bank effort yesterday, with defending champ Alberto Contador of Spain in second, 41 seconds back of Schleck.

Seven-time champion Lance Armstrong sits in 31st place, over 17 minutes behind the leader.

Stage 11 coverage runs from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.

You can catch all the action on Versus, available on channel 603 on DirecTV and channel 151 on Dish Network. Check your local cable listings for channel lineups.

You can also watch the live stream online on Versus.com. This isn't free though; Versus is now charging a reduced price of $23.95 for its live tracker. Check it out here.


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