2014 Tour de France stage to include Olympic Park

Tour de France to visit Olympic Park
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The 2014 Tour de France will visit the Olympic Park and finish on the Mall in the third stage of the race in the UK.

The 2014 Tour de France has included a stage that will visit the Olympic Park used to host the London 2012 Games.

The elite race will be held in Leeds on July 5 for two stages in Yorkshire before reaching London and ending on the Mall.

Stage one will begin in Leeds and finish in Harrogate, while the second will go ahead from York to Sheffield with the third visiting the Olympic Park in Stratford.

It will be the fourth time that the Tour has come to Britain, who hosted part of the race in 2007.

UK route of 2014 Tour de France

Stage one
Leeds - Harewood - Otley - Ilkley - Skipton - Kettlewell - Aysgarth - Hawes - Reeth - Leyburn - Ripon - Harrogate

Stage two
York - Knaresborough - Silsden - Keighley - Haworth - Hebden Bridge - Elland - Huddersfield - Holmfirth - Sheffield

Stage three
Cambridge - Epping Forest - the Olympic Park - the Mall

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